I also didn't get all the plot points added in that I'd intended. I notice that a lot. When the words are flowing, sometimes they don't flow the direction I intended. They need to be 'nudged' back so the proper foreshadowing and story hooks are added.
The dwarves showed up and dropped the age bomb on Jacob, unintentionally. Now Jacob just had it hammered home that the 'girl' he's pining after is two hundred years old. That's got to put a damper on things.
I'm looking forward to tonight. I really want to get the Sorcerer confrontation in. Should be a good scene. However, one thing that hasn't happened (and might need to be nudged in, as I mentioned above) is that Jacob is supposed to be starting on this trip WITH his best friend. His friend is going to loose heart and turn back while Jacob continues on. All well and good but the friend hasn't shown up. When I sit down to write, other things happen instead of him being introduced. I thing the contrast between Jacob and his best friend is useful, so I don't want to cut him out. But I'm having a devil of a time fitting him in.
Oh well, I'll keep charging forward but the second draft is going to be a bear, I fear.