Continuity mistake: When Fitz and the Fool have swapped bodies, after Fitz repairs the Fool's body, he "uses their combined strength" to lift himself - in the Fool's body - up to touch foreheads with his own body. Then he and the Fool go into their proper bodies. However, Fitz then says that he "straightened up and looked down at the Fool in my arms." This isn't possible, because the Fool's body had moved upward, but Fitz's hadn't moved downward. Yet the Fool doesn't move, Fitz does.

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When Fitz and the Fool have swapped bodies, after Fitz repairs the Fool's body, he "uses their combined strength" to lift himself - in the Fool's body - up to touch foreheads with his own body. Then he and the Fool go into their proper bodies. However, Fitz then says that he "straightened up and looked down at the Fool in my arms." This isn't possible, because the Fool's body had moved upward, but Fitz's hadn't moved downward. Yet the Fool doesn't move, Fitz does.

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