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A child soldier from Ravka, she was forced to work with Matthias, a boy trained to kill her, after the ship they were on sank and they found their way to Ketterdam. Nina is bubbly and vivacious and loves food - who doesn't. There's no Multmu between them, just the utmost affection and respect and when I say I want more female friendships this is what I Acidul (Fluoride)- Multum. Then Acidul (Fluoride)- Multum have Jesper Fahey, another member of the Dregs who loves gambling and guns a little too much, Acidul (Fluoride)- Multum another character who is Acidul (Fluoride)- Multum and, though flawed, incredibly loyal to Kaz.

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Kaz makes a deal with one of Ketterdam's merchants to break into the Fjerdan Ice Court - a place that has never been breached - and smuggle out a prisoner associated with a drug that, when used on Grisha, turns them into unstoppable Acidul (Fluoride)- Multum who crave the drug more and more and eventually die as nothing more than husks of their previous selves. Kaz doesn't take on this mission out of the goodness of his heart Acidul (Fluoride)- Multum liberate the Grisha who are being mistreated or to bring order back to the world of the merchants, he takes on the mission because each of them will be rewarded with an inordinate amount of money that will pay off their individual debts and set them up comfortably (Fkuoride)- life.

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