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1* "Look Raist, bunnies!" * Given Raistlin's general behavior towards Caramon, ''any'' moment where Raistlin is actually nice to him ("nice" being a relative word) counts, once you factor out the ones that include Raistlin treating Caramon like a faithful dog and Raistlin doing something out of self-interest...* Raistlin and Bupu. Their whole dynamic is just made of heartwarming. The embittered, angry, anti-social Raistlin identifying with and even befriending a creature whom everyone else disregards and mistreats; what really cements it is him running back to get her as the companions are escaping the collapsing city.* During the companions' mission to Pax Tharkas, Tasslehoff and Fizban get separated from the rest and end up on a balcony overlooking the lair of the red dragon, Ember. They see the gully dwarf, Sestun, who had earlier helped the companions escape a slave caravan and had been given to Ember to eat (though the dragon scoffed at the thought of eating such a pathetic little meal). Then they see Ember meet with someone they had thought was an ally to the companions, but was now revealed as a traitor. Tasslehoff can't figure out what to do, because he wants to warn his friends but doesn't know where they are, and if he just goes blindly looking for them anything could happen.-->'''Tasslehoff:''' You know, I asked my father once why kenders were little, why we weren't big like humans and elves. I really wanted to be big.-->'''Fizban:''' What did your father say?-->'''Tasslehoff:''' He said kenders were small because we were meant to do small things. "If you look at all the big things in the world closely," he said, "you'll see that they're really made up of small things all joined together." That big dragon down there comes to nothing but tiny drops of blood, maybe. It's the small things that make the difference.-->'''Fizban:''' Very wise, your father.-->'''Tasslehoff:''' Yes. I haven't seen him in a long time... We'll leave the big things to the others. They've got Tanis and Sturm and Goldmoon. They'll manage. We'll do the small thing, even if it doesn't seem very important. We're going to rescue Sestun.


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