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First off: We are really jealous/happy for you regarding your upcoming vacation!The Snail still continues to appear in each episode, and (when examined closely) appears to still have green eyes and an evil expression on its face.In the episode "The Lich," the Lich ends up changing bodies moving to that of the deceased Billy.The talents of these two come in handy, especially since Kahlan is a Confessor, a woman sworn to seek the truth and who can force those she touches to do her bidding.
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