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Kathtairr used to have [[grimwards]], and the [[Paravians]] who sealed them paid a terrible price.
 
Kathtairr used to have [[grimwards]], and the [[Paravians]] who sealed them paid a terrible price.
  
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==Role in the Story==
 
{{Spoiler|[[Fugitive Prince]]}}
 
{{Spoiler|[[Fugitive Prince]]}}
 
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* ''[[Third Age]] 5648 - 5652'': [[Arithon]], [[Dakar]], and clansmen search Kathtairr for three years, hoping to find the hidden [[Paravian]] presence. [[Dakar]] finally reveals that the [[Fellowship of Seven]] always knew that Kathtairr was lifeless, but needed to buy time for some larger crisis.
In [[Fugitive Prince]], [[Arithon]], [[Dakar]], and clansmen search Kathtairr for three years, hoping to find the hidden [[Paravian]] presence. [[Dakar]] finally reveals that the [[Fellowship of Seven]] always knew that Kathtairr was lifeless, but needed to buy time for some larger crisis.
 
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 12:38, 21 January 2019

Kathtairr is a landmass in the southern ocean on Athera, across the world from the continent of Paravia. The land is described as empty and lifeless, with endless vistas of ochre and gray, and poisoned, alkaline rivers. It was scorched by drakefire long before Ath Creator sent the Paravians to Athera.[1]

According to the author, what happened on Kathtairr was an extreme event and the "reason" underpinning the first dreaming of the drakes that generated the response of the Paravian arrival as Ath's gift. There are sections of the planet still "wounded" and this area is one of them, and there is a reason why it cannot be healed.

Kathtairr used to have grimwards, and the Paravians who sealed them paid a terrible price.

Role in the Story

Spoiler warning: Contains plot elements from Fugitive Prince.
  • Third Age 5648 - 5652: Arithon, Dakar, and clansmen search Kathtairr for three years, hoping to find the hidden Paravian presence. Dakar finally reveals that the Fellowship of Seven always knew that Kathtairr was lifeless, but needed to buy time for some larger crisis.

References

  1. © Janny Wurts, Fugitive Prince, p. 132 (US-Hardback)