Miri remembered that the great wizard Aristas had claimed that she didn’t bother to comprehend things she didn’t value. But then again, Aristas hadn’t truly know Miri and it was foolish of him to make such an assumption about her. That Miri didn’t see worth in children’s stories, in the value of love, loyalty, and innocence. That she despised them and that the hero Aristas had trained could use them to defeat her. But they were fools.