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Norrin
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Norrin was King of Maren in the third century HE, making him a likely contemporary of King Roger III of Tortall, Rebakah Cooper, and others. He co-ruled with Queen Anj'la, his wife.

He and his wife used the Dominion Jewel to bring prosperity to the kingdom. His symbol is a snow-capped mountain[1].

Legacy

His symbol of a snow-capped mountain and his wife's of a willow branch appear in quite a few major buildings in Berat, including the Marenite royal palace and the Great Temple of Mithros. He and his wife are revered by Marenites for the prosperity and bounty that they brought to the kingdom—which they still enjoy by the 5th century HE[1].

Maren is still reveling in that prosperity by the 5th century HE.

Appearances

Norrin never appeared in the books but was mentioned in Lioness Rampant.

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Lioness Rampant, Chapter 1 (pg. 35; Simon Pulse paperback)
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