Other mistake: Throughout the book No. 1 thinks/talks about how he wants to eat a cooked meal. In Chapter 3, First Impression, the reader learns that No. 1 finds it repulsive that imps "delight in chomping their food down before it stopped wriggling". Later in the chapter Abbot challenges the class to see if anyone can get through his armored plates. He personally commands No. 1 to try and get through them so No. 1 reluctantly uses a meat skewer that he had pulled from the fire. It doesn't make sense for there to be a meat skewer if demons don't eat cooked meals.
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