We Want MoR – Chapters 105 – 107


Descending the corridor of madness.


Next episode we’ll be covering chapter 108!


Original chapters, written by Eliezer Yudkowsky, can be read here and the audiobook chapters, recorded by Eneasz Brodski, can be found earlier in this podcast feed and on the website.


Album art courtesy of Lorec. Thank you!

Coy manages an RSS feed that compiles the relevant audiobook chapters with the WW MoR counterparts. Just copy and paste that link into your favorite podcast app in the “add by url” option. Thanks, Coy!

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  1. Could not stand the Quirrel discussion again. Dropped the episode.

    Brian, this is the final arc. It is called Truth. Please keep your attention up and do not miss critical information like how much time Harry has on his time turner. You always say not much plotwise happend and you are lazy for not sharpening your focus to the plot. You will not be able to predict further if you do not know the change value from one galleone to english pound.

    If you think that the chamber of secrets holds the philosophers stone you lose almost all credebility for knowing stuff about Harry Potter. Worse, even Steven does not know who commentates the Quiditch matches in cannon.

    Sure if you don’t know much about the stuff you skimmed through it is easy to ramble about something different again and again, in this case Quirrel and how someone could like him. That is okay if you bring each time a new argument on the table but Brian simply misses this step.

    We never saw Quirrel doing something so that he deserves his power? Neather did we see Dumbledore. Last episode we already covered that we do not have to see this part to understand it. Dumbledore is huge because he seeks power, also is Voldemord. Why do you make a case for one and not for the other? You cannot explain every behaivior from Dumbledore so why do you want to know everything about Quirrel? Even if it is present, that they will talk about this exact matter in the next episode for one hole hour.

    The tension is quite high in the book at this moment, I dont see how you have to much time working out on the dead horse “how could anyone like Quirrel” while we are on a rollercoaster hating on Quirrel and the number of people still holding him up drops lower every line of the book.

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