Fleur Hero's Journey

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Percival disappeared behind the privacy curtain, stripped down, and washed with cold water from his ewer. As he scrubbed, a sudden realization struck him out of nowhere – Caron must have somehow been involved with Fleur running off. How could he have been so blind? He’d allowed himself to wallow in self-pity for days instead of taking action. If he lost Fleur forever, it was his own damn fault. “Gwaine, I’ve been a total fool. I caught Caron arguing with Fleur in the corridor when I came home from Abertawe. She must be the reason Fleur’s gone.” "Well, in your defense, you’ve been exceptionally drunk and dispirited, which does not help a man think clearly.” “I’ll go to Caron, and –” Gwaine held up his hand and shook his head. “No. You must
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