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This list contains errors that still appear in the e-book versions of each book. Some of these issues may have been corrected in more recent reprintings.

Curse of the Mistwraith

XIII. Culmination

  • Traithe and Kharadmon arrive in Shand (should be Havish, since Eldir is hidden in Ghent)

Glossary

  • Castle Point - port city at the western terminus of the Great West Road (should be eastern terminus)
  • Edal - next youngest daughter, Steiven and Dania s'Valerient (should be youngest, based on text in Chapter XV.)
  • Karfael - Built by townsmen as a trade port after the fall of the High Kings (conflicts with Karfael being the setting of The Decoy)
  • Methlas Lake - large body of fresh water located in the principality of Radmoor, Melhalla (should be Orvandir, Shand)

Ships of Merior

While Ships of Merior was originally published covering the years 5643-5645, this resulted in a mistaken 1-year gap between it and Warhost of Vastmark. The author has confirmed that all events in Ships of Merior should be shifted 1 year later (5644-5646) to properly align with the rest of the Story Arc.

IX. Second Infamy

  • Or that interfering Mayor of Dirn? (should be Durn)

XII. Elaira

  • Asandir rides out from Althain Tower to seek the clan encampment along the Valenford River (should be Valendale)

Glossary

  • Al'duin - father of Halliron (should be Al'Duine)
  • Halliron - Son of Al'Duin (should be Al'Duine)
  • Castle Point - port city at the western terminus of the Great West Road (should be eastern terminus)
  • Methlas Lake - large body of fresh water located in the principality of Radmoor, Melhalla (should be Orvandir, Shand)

Warhost of Vastmark

Glossary

  • Al'duin - father of Halliron (should be Al'Duine)
  • Halliron - Son of Al'Duin (should be Al'Duine)
  • Methlas Lake - large body of fresh water located in the principality of Radmoor, Melhalla (should be Orvandir, Shand)

Fugitive Prince

XI. Fire and Sword

  • the ballad of Tal Quorin, as written by Halliron sen Al'duin (should be Al'Duine)

XIII. Reversals

  • accept my offer of escort as far as Middleton (should be Middlecross)

Glossary

  • Al'duin - father of Halliron (should be Al'Duine)
  • Ciladis the Lost - Fellowship sorcerer who least the continent in Third Age 3462 (should be 5462)
  • Halliron - Son of Al'Duin (should be Al'Duine)

Grand Conspiracy

IV. Reckoning

  • Parrien s'Brydion, next oldest brother to the Duke of Alestron (conflicts with Ships of Merior, where Keldmar is older than Parrien)

XIII. Passage

  • Asandir enters Eckracken's grimward at noon on Winter Solstice (conflicts with the timing in Peril's Gate)

Glossary

  • Halliron - Son of Al'Duin (should be Al'Duine)

Peril's Gate

I. Retribution

  • Asandir enters Eckracken's grimward at night on Winter Solstice (conflicts with the timing in Grand Conspiracy)

Glossary

  • Barach - oldest son of Jieret s'Valerient (conflicts with Traitor's Knot where he's second son)
  • Edal - next youngest daughter, Steiven and Dania s'Valerient (should be youngest)
  • Halliron - Son of Al'Duin (should be Al'Duine)
  • Karfael - Built by townsmen as a trade port after the fall of the High Kings (conflicts with Karfael being the setting of The Decoy)

Traitor's Knot

I. Wayfarers

  • Masterbard's lament for the widows of Dier Kenton Vale, Third Age Year 5652 (should be 5647)

XII. Halwythwood

  • appoints Lirenda to fetch the wrapped box from Highscarp containing Elaira's wrapped crystal (should be Forthmark)

Glossary

  • Barach - second son of Jieret s'Valerient (conflicts with Peril's Gate where he's oldest)

Stormed Fortress

Glossary

  • Halliron - Son of Al'Duin (should be Al'Duine)

Initiate's Trial

VI. Haunted Wood

  • even to spare the youngest survivor of Tal Quorin's desolate massacre (should be second youngest, since Deith is the youngest)

XII. Bind

  • the craft shops of Morvain, which fronted the wayside apothecary's shop where Lysaer s'Ilessid winced under the ministration of the bone-setter (Lysaer is on Mathorn Road and has not yet reached Narms at this point in the story)

Glossary

  • Erdane - until the uprising that followed Desh-thiere's conquest in Third Age 5015 (should be 5018)
  • Westlands - after the great uprising that threw down the high kings in Third Age Year 5015 (should be 5018)

Destiny's Conflict

VII. Sidesteps

  • On the hour Iyat-thos Tarens released the black stud at the gorge that rimmed the plateau (conflicts with next chapter where Tarens rleases the horse long after Arithon is captured by the Koriathain)

VIII. Fifth Upset

  • Tarens arrives on Asandir's horse and a clansman observes it leaving. This conflicts with the passage in the previous chapter.

Glossary

  • Erdane - until the uprising that followed Desh-thiere's conquest in Third Age 5015 (should be 5018)
  • Westlands - after the great uprising that threw down the high kings in Third Age Year 5015 (should be 5018)