Something came up my mind, when I read "A Wise Mans Fear". Shehyn tells Kvothe the story of seven cities and one city, another variant of the creation war stories. This is under the condition that Kvothe does not ask question afterwards, and that he doesn't mention it until he has walked a thousand miles and slept a thousand nights. This is to avoid confrontation with the Chandrian, as mentioning their names works like a tracking device. (source)
But Kvothe does speak their names out load a couple of time, when he tells his story.
- Haliax and Cinder, when he encounters the Candrian after they murdered his family
- Cinder, when he has flashbacks about the mentioned event
- Cinder, when re recognizes, that it was him at the Bandit Camp
Those Names are written down in the book, which means he speaks them out loud while telling his because the Deevan is not allowed to change a single word.
So he isn't afraid of them anymore? My conclusion is, he killed or some kind of imprisoned the Chandrian by the time he tells his story.
So my question is: Could my conclusion be correct or am I missing something? Or could there be other reasons for what he is doing?
P.S. I will try to quote some passages, as soon as possible, but since I didn't read the book in English, I need to find the English text passages.