I didn't make myself fully clear, sorry. What I meant to say, if you're trying to prove that a Chandrian makes animals go mad by supporting it with this quote: "He[Dagon]'s my mad dog on a leash", then Dagon is driven mad by this Chandrian, which only makes sense if he's an animal... Anyway, basically, what I'm trying to say is that I don't find this quote any conclusive for Dagon to be that particular chandrian...It's a little "grasping at straws", if you see what I mean. Of course, it may be a clever hint from PR and you might have discovered it, but I guess we'll have to wait for the third book to come out to check
Two_by_two, I really like the idea dreaming/naming!
And that can actually make some sense(or make it even more mysterious, that remains to be seen) to the Lackless door poem:
"That which comes with sleeping" would be naming? Seems kinda weird but it does make sense in a very far-streched way. So, the Lackless door is a way to learn "the names of all things, like Taborlin"? Personally, I would find that really cool, but also a little childish perhaps... But didn't Kvothe say something about meeting his "own hermit in the woods"? Anyone finds a quote? I thought he spoke about Elodin but it could be someone/something else entirely