Numair Salamin (Arram Draper) is said to have a great gift for healing while in Tempests and Slaughter, yet in Wild Magic it says he has no gift for healing, did some thing happen to his gift in between?
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Love the Circle of Magic books but it drives me bananas that there's no maps of so many of the countries mentioned or of what's in between all the far-flung places the characters visit! So I made my own based on what's said about each place in the books. Figured I'd share in case this bothers anyone else!
The page says that Rikash's feather is what changes Ozorne into an Immortal but in the book it's heavily implied that it's the Graveyard Hag (a goddess with a cup and dice) offers Rikash the feather which he then gives to Ozorn.
Hi! I'm not an editor and am not sure if this is the right way to contact people who are, but on Queen Lianne's page it says that Princess Shinkokami is her successor not Queen Thayet. Would have changed it myself but the editing process is different from normal Wikipedia and I didn't want to step on any toes. Thanks!
I am re-reading The Circle of Magic series. It’s been years since my last reading and I love it just as much as I ever have. However, I am feeling like I’m losing my mind.
I have a very prominent memory of a chapter or part of a chapter where the teachers (Niko, Lark, Rosethorn) find out about the thread circle that has part of their magic in it.
The scene I remember, I believe, is after the earthquake. Niko and everyone are grilling the kids on how they lived and all that and sandry shows them the circle and Niko touches it and drops it or is blinded by it or something and all the other teachers gasp that “it cannot be” “they are only children” and all the normal stuff that gets said about them. Niko calls the circle something very specific and says it is very dangerous and takes it from them.
I assumed it was in the first quartet, but I read them and never got to it. Then I hoped it was in the second and I knew that wasn’t right because they weren’t together. I am almost finished with The Will of the Empress and I know that they are going to absorb the circle into their palms by the end of it. So I don’t think it’s in this book.
If anyone knows what I’m talking about I’d be forever grateful for the knowledge. I feel like I slipped into an alternate dimension or something...
Okay. So my favorite characters are always the secondary characters, and Lady Sabine of Macayhill is one of my favorites, so this is a thread just to talk about her because she's such a badass person
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So I was searching my name online, just because, and came upon this......My name in a book........Who would have thought right???? However it could be anyone right? I do however assure you I did not commit treason anywhere, at any time, although it was good to see the high born title, at the very least. 420HE is a long time ago I believe...Then again, who really knows?
How do other countries test their squires? Do Tusain, Galla, Maren and Tyra have their own chambers of ordeals?
I have a question to the short story 'Nawat', from the book 'Tortall and other lands'. On page 108 Nawat is called lurah in crow language. Or I asume it is crow language.
Can anyone help me translate it into something in english, so that I can help a nine year old what it means?
Thank you in advance :-)
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Just realized that three of the books have "serial murders of 1039". Do I do "Serial murders in Chammur of 1039" and so on and so forth for each of the cities, or "Serial murders in Chammur" and then just add 1039 KF in the description?