Inigo And The Dragon: Chapter Summary

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Meanwhile, Westley lies on Buttercup's bed and hugs Buttercup as Prince Humperdinck comes into the room. Humperdinck grabs a sword and advances, challenging Westley to fight to the death. Westley answers by saying that if Humperdinck comes near him, he's in for a lifetime of pain and torture. We know he can't make good on this threat, but it works, and Humperdinck doesn't approach.
Inigo lies dying and apologizing to his dead father as Count Rugen approaches him with a sword. At the last second, though, Inigo pulls the dagger from his chest and pushes his fist into the open wound to keep it shut. Then he sword fights with the Count and totally murders him, all the while saying, “Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare
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