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"The black, silver-maned dragon emerged from the darkness overhead like a piece of night torn loose..."
―The arrival of Anomander Rake[src]

Anomander Rake [Ahno-man-der] was the Lord of Moon's Spawn, Son of Darkness, Knight of Darkness[5] and the leader of the Tiste Andii. He was said to be "seated on the Throne of Sorrow"; a reflection of the loss and apathy his people had suffered.[4]

He was described by Baruk as having jet-black skin and a mane which flowed silver. Rake's features were sharp as if cut from onyx and his eyes, described as multihued, had a slight upward tilt and large vertical pupils. Baruk perceived them as changing colour from a deep hue of amber to grey and banded - a rainbow of colours. At one point they were green, a short while later black. Rake was nearly seven feet tall and on that occasion was cloaked and wore boots. He carried the enormous two-handed sword Dragnipur on his back.[6]

As a mage he made use of the Elder Warren of Kurald Galain.[7] Baruk could feel the power emanating from Rake and judged him to be more powerful than Tayschrenn.[8]

By the time of Gardens of the Moon, Rake disliked the title "Son of Darkness", saying it was used "by those fools who think me worthy of worship."[9]

In Gardens of the MoonEdit

After a long absence, Moon's Spawn had reappeared over Genabackis a few years ago and Tiste Andii legions under Caladan Brood had descended to fight the Malazan Empire. The Lord of Moon's Spawn had remained behind however and instead went to Pale to make a pact with the wizards of the city. About two[10] years ago, Moon's Spawn had appeared in the skies over Pale, effectively bringing the ongoing siege by the Malazans to a standstill.[11]

When the Empire eventually decided to break the stalemate, Rake was forced to fight the Imperial High Mages Tayschrenn, Nightchill, Bellurdan and A'Karonys as well as Tattersail's mage cadre. The ensuing mage battle obliterated entire regiments, a cost of lives which Rake had hoped to avoid by his presence.[12] Despite three of the High Mages being taken out by what looked like an attack from their own side, Moon's Spawn in the end retreated.[13]

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Anomander Rake outside Darujhistan by Slaine69

Rake then went to Darujhistan, the next target of the Malazans, to form an alliance with the T'orrud Cabal of mages against the Empire. Their leader, the alchemist Baruk, mentioned that two of the Pale wizards were hiding in Darujhistan and Rake demanded their heads. He told Baruk that he had already chased down all the others as the desertion of those mages just prior to the last battle had led to the defenders defeat. When he demanded their heads and told Baruk that he would otherwise use his sword , the alchemist promised he should have them - an action described by Rake as mercy.[14]

Rake was not told all that the Great Raven Crone knew about the coinbearer nor did he know that Brood had arranged for him to be protected by the Crimson Guard against Rake's Tiste Andii mages.[15]

When Quick Ben released the Korvalah demon Pearl to defend himself against attackers, Rake came to the aid the of the Tiste Andii assassins he had sent and killed the demon with Dragnipur. He was not pleased to hear from their commander,Serrat, that the mission had not gone well.[16] That same night during a visit to Baruk, Rake explained that he had started the assassin war in order to prevent the Malazan Empire making contact with the local assassins guild. He also thanked the alchemist for sending him the heads of the two Pale wizards which he had requested.[17]

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Rake facing the Hounds of Shadow by Corporal Nobbs

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Rake and Paran by slaine69

Rake came to the aid of Paran when the Captain was about to be attacked by the Hounds of Shadow. When all seven beasts attacked Rake instead, he killed two of them before the others withdrew.[18] A few moments later, Rake confronted Shadowthrone and warned him to not interfere with Darujhistan else he would assail the realm of Shadow. His threat was enough to force Shadowthrone to recall Cotillion from possessing Sorry's body.[19]

Rake told Baruk that he would not entertain the idea of treachery against the Cabal as treachery could only backfire and result in him being on the receiving end of it himself by his four assassin mages, Brood and others, even Silanah. He told Baruk that the fight against the Jaghut Tyrant would diminish the Tiste and that the Cabal would need to take up the slack. Baruk then showed him Mammot who seemed to be in a very deep sleep and Rake surmised that the High Priest's spirit had likely travelled to the Jaghut barrow and might now be trapped, even be in danger of possession by the Tyrant.[20]

Although Baruk voiced some misgivings, Rake insisted that he would attend Lady Simtal's Fete. He felt that it would be better to be on hand with such a convergence of power. A comment by Baruk caused Rake to reminisce upon Icarium having last visited him about eight hundred years ago.[21] Rake attended the fete wearing the mask of a black dragon, with silver-traced highlights and was introduced by his real name but neither Lady Simtal nor Turban Orr recognised it. At the fete he was introduced to Kruppe and the witch and cabal member Derudan. When Rallick Nom called Turban Orr out to a duel, Rake volunteered to act as Nom's second, quoting a dislike for a council debate to settle the issue as reason. [22]

Rake sent Silanah and four Andii soletaken Eleint to delay the Jaghut Tyrant, Raest.[23]

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Rake at the Gedderone Festival in Darujhistan, Interpretation by Artsed

Rake and Baruk had already left the fete when they felt the unfolding of events. Rake advised Baruk to return to his estate and expect the Empire's next move whilst he himself, seeking a high vantage-point would go to K'rul's Belfry. As he was not yet ready to unveil his Warren, he drew Dragnipur, which had the effect of clearing the street.[24]

Rake had behaved oddly upon meeting Mammot,[25] but only when the High Priest died, did Baruk realize that Rake had recognized Mammot as being possessed already.[26]

When Adjunct Lorn released a Galayn Demon lord in the streets of the city, Rake refused Silanah's offer of help in fighting him and sent her home. Rake then sensed the Elder God K'rul by his side who told him that due to his limited presence he would not be able to help Rake in the fight. As the approaching demon began to veer into a huge dun-coloured dragon, Rake also veered into his own dragon form and rose high to come upon the demon unawares from above.[27] Rake's unexpected attack crashed and injured the demon, forcing him to semble back to his man-shape. Crokus, who happened to be in the area between the two fighters, was advised by the now also man-shaped Rake that he should get out. Rake also told Crokus that he had been convinced by Brood to spare the Coinbearer i.e. Crokus. The demon told Rake that he thought that there was more of Tiam's than Tiste blood in him. Although the fight was close for a time, Rake eventually slew the demon with Dragnipur.[28]

In Deadhouse GatesEdit

Iskaral Pust assured Apsalar, Fiddler, and Crokus that Rake's threat still held and Cotillion would not be re-possessing Apsalar.[29]

In Memories of IceEdit

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Interpretation of Anomander Rake by Slaine69

Tool told Toc the Younger that Rake's sword Dragnipur had been forged by Draconus who had then been slain with that very sword by Rake.[30]

Anomander and his Tiste Andii followers participated in the Pannion War against the Pannion Domin. During the final battle, Anomander took most of the Tiste Andii with him in Moon's Spawn and hid it underneath the harbor of Coral in Ortnal's Cut, a very deep chasm. There they waited until the attack of Caladan Brood and his allied army began, and then unveiled Kurald Galain and engulfed the entire city. The city came to be known as Black Coral where the remaining Tiste Andii settled, after Moons Spawn was destroyed.

In Toll the HoundsEdit

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Interpretation of Anomander Rake and Spinnock Durav by Autumn Tavern

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'Attend' - Interpretation of Anomander Rake by Paradanmellow

Anomander Rake was killed during a duel with Traveller in Darujhistan. As Rake blocked Traveller's sword, he let Dragnipur split his own skull.[31] Once inside Dragnipur, he sacrificed himself to bring Mother Dark and the Gate of Darkness back to the Tiste Andii in Black Coral. The sacrifice dispersed Rake's soul into Kurald Galain, and earned Draconus's forgiveness and respect.[32]

After the duel, Caladan Brood arrived in Darujhistan and carried Anomander's body to a barrow outside the city prepared by Burn. Every Daru citizen followed Brood out to the barrow to honor the Tiste Andii Lord who had twice saved them from destruction. Brood sealed Rake's barrow with a Barghast glyph that means "Grief." Nimander Golit took Rake's place as Lord of the Tiste Andii in Black Coral.

In Return of the Crimson GuardEdit

The Crimson Guardsman Kyle dreamed of a meeting between Anomandaris and Liossercal in Kurald Emurlahn. Liossercal had discovered a strange crystalline structure growing from the ground and was dismantling it in "research". Anomandaris questioned his methods as he labeled the entity a Shadow House and called it a child, something new and unformed. It was his "interpretation that this house is of Emurlahn and Emurlahn exists as proof of the accord between our Realms. Threaten one and you threaten all." Liossercal took his words to heart, and Anomandaris lightened the mood by discussing Resuthenal, a woman they both knew.[33]

In Assail Edit

See also: Who was Jethiss?

There is speculation that Jethiss, the Tiste Andii who traveled with Fisher Kel Tath on the continent of Assail, was Anomander Rake. However, a stronger candidate for Jethiss' true identity was Spinnock Durav. This could be inferred from the vague memories that Jethiss had of his previous life.

In Forge of DarknessEdit

Anomander Rake was part of House Purake at a time when his father Nimander (his son would be named after his father) had recently passed away. Mother Dark gave Anomander and his two brothers the title of Sons of Darkness with Anomander being named 'First Son of Darkness'.[34][35]

In anticipation of his brother Andarist's wedding to Enesdia, Anomander commissioned a traditional Azathanai hearthstone for their new home. But unlike other such stones, he commissioned the work to be done by Azathanai High Mason, Caladan Brood. Upon the laying of the stone Brood asked Anomander to seal his loyalty to his brother with a blood pact, in return Anomander asked the mason to do the same. Begrudgingly, Brood did so connecting the two men for both their lives.[36]

Anomander was present when the Azathanai, T'riss, arrived in Kharkanas to speak with Mother Dark and sanctify the temple with Vitr. Mother Dark's expanded power transformed Anomander, turning his pale gold skin black and his hair silver.[37][38]

Anomander also commissioned one of the legendary Hust swords from Hust Henarald. Uniquely, he requested that sword share its voice only with its bearer.[39] Upon delivery, Mother Dark refused to bless the sword, which angered Anomander.[40] When Andarist's betrothed was murdered shortly before their wedding Anomander was inspired by the crime to name his sword Vengeance. Andarist pleaded with him to instead name the sword Grief. Anomander's refusal created a rift between the brothers.[41]

In Fall of Light Edit

"If not in the name of love, then what cause suffices?"
―Anomander Rake, First Son of Darkness[src]

After the events of Forge of Darkness, Endest Silann was witness to an exchange between Caladan Brood and Anomander Rake, where Rake insisted that he would hold the first to his vow of promised-peace. The High Mason made it plain that the peace Anomander envisioned may not be the one that would come to be by his hands, since he was a maker of monuments to lost causes. Every monument he had ever raised adorned ruins and other forgotten places. Furthermore, he asked whether Anomander would have the strength to bear all the burdens he would ultimately place on him. The first being the name Rake, the Azathanai word for Strength. Anomander answered that he would.[42]

In search of Andarist, the two then headed north to the burned forest where they came upon a group of Deniers led by Glyph. When asked whether the Denier would welcome them to their camp, Glyph answered that it was Yedan Narad's place to welcome or refuse them. But for a moment the Watch, drowning in his guilt at the mention of Anomander's name and of his query, was unable to do either. When he finally managed to speak, he welcomed Brood, but not Anomander, saying that the time of their welcome was not yet upon them. He then promised the Son of Darkness that when he and the Deniers would be needed, they would answer his call. But Anomander argued that Kharkanas's civil war didn't belong to the Deniers, they did not have to sacrifice themselves since they had suffered enough. Narad agreed, but said he was talking about an other battle. A battle when the fires take the sea; a battle upon the shoreline. And on that day, they would answer Anomander's call. Brood sensed something more to it, and asked Narad in whose name the Deniers would stand. Twice Narad answered with Hers, leading Anomander and the by-then-outraged Deniers to believe it a reference to Mother Dark. Before anything more could be said, Brood grabbed hold of Anomander and dragged him away from the camp. When Glyph confronted Narad regarding his pledge in the name of the goddess, Narad revealed to him that they had misunderstood, since Mother Dark had not been in his dream. Glyph then realized that Anomander too had misunderstood him, to which Narad replied that the Azathanai had not. And since Brood had not misunderstood, Glyph also realized that he had purposely deceived the Son of Darkness. Abandoning the query, Glyph then asked whether the Deniers would answer Anomander's call. Narad replied that Anomander wouldn't have to call, since he feared they would already be there. He then asked Glyph whether he had a name for shoreline in his old language, to which the hunter nodded and answered Emurlahn.[43]

Brood and Rake later came upon the unconscious figure of Wreneck. They did everything they could to protect the child from the winter's bitter cold. And as they conversed, Wreneck listened to their exchange, which inevitably led to Urusander and the civil war. Rake wondered whether his sole service to Mother Dark consisted of standing between two self serving sides since in his opinion both sides were hypocrites, and whether it was enough of a reason to raise his army against Urusander's. He also wondered whether dividing the Tiste into the Andii and the Liosan, and thereby weakening them, had been something T'riss the Azathanai had done intentionally. And if so, with what purpose. Brood answered him by telling him to look at Draconus for an answer, since he had brought Dark to the Tiste. Anomander argued that T'riss had already done her damage before Draconus had brought the Terondai. Brood then explained that the Gate, which he then named Kurald Galain, was an iteration of control over a force in opposition to Chaos. When asked why Chaos and not Light, Caladan replied that Light was an absolution of Chaos. That in its purity it found order, with substance and hue, a reflection of how Chaos sought its own obliteration. He explained that by gifting Mother Dark with Elemental Dark, Draconus had imposed an impossible imbalance in the world, which in turn had made it impossible for T'riss to do anything but what she'd done. He asked Anomander whether anyone could blame Draconus for something he did out of love. Anomander answered this by stating that Draconus was his friend, and that he would seek to withhold judgment, even if he felt disappointed by his absence.

When Wreneck finally awakened fully, he revealed to them his story and that he was seeking vengeance upon the Legion soldiers who had burned down House Drukorlat, and had hurt Jinia. That afterward, he would go back, find Jinia and marry her. And even though she couldn't have children it did not matter to him, since he would protect her forever. Upon hearing this, and about the boy's past experiences, Anomander told Caladan that he had finally found a worthy reason; a future of love.[44]

As they journeyed toward Dracons Keep, Caladan insisted that Anomander had strayed too far from his path to find his brother, in affect counseling him to return to Kharkanas to take up his duties. Anomander feeling bitter countered by asking whether Mother Dark had taken up her responsibilities. He noted that he felt blinded by Mother Dark's indecision, to which Caladan countered that the blindness he spoke of was his own doing. He then asked Anomander what he would have Mother Dark do, to which the First Son asked whether that wasn't self evident. He further made it plain that he disliked the very notion of rule, since power does not confer wisdom or rightful authority. But if Mother Dark wanted them to worship her as their goddess, then she needed to rule.[45]

When they arrived at Dracons Keep, they were met by Ivis, Captain of Lord Draconus's Houseblades. In a private conversation with the Captain, Anomander revealed his doubts regarding the name he gave his sword, which had ultimately led to the estrangement between him and his brother. Ivis seeking to comfort him, told him that even so he had struck out to find his brother, and to make it right between them. Still skeptic, Anomander asked even if he found his brother what word would be shared between them? At last Anomander decided to abandon his query and to return to Kharkanas.[46]

Ivis then asked Anomander to have Caladan look into the matter of the daughters of Draconus. When told, Caladan warned Anomander that if he unleashed his power, not many would survive the night. What followed was a sorceress conflagration that blew up half of Dracons Keep and set fire to the rest, leaving Anomander helpless and frustrated at his inability to match any of it himself.[47]

Anomander then let Lord Draconus's Houseblades accompany him to Kharkanas.

On the journey to Kharkanas, Gripp Galas finally caught up with them. Speaking privately with Anomander, he revealed about the happenings in Kharkanas and the choices of his brother Silchas Ruin -- to which Anomander said he was well aware -- and of the whereabouts of Andarist.

Gripp informed Anomander that he was needed unless he would see Urusander occupy Kharkanas uncontested. Anomander told him that it was Mother Dark's wish not to unsheathe his sword. Yet if he did not, his friend, and Mother Dark's Consort, would be deposed, or even outlawed.[48]

Rake and the SegulehEdit

Blacksword Visits by Shadaan and Tinyshiloh

'Blacksword visits' Interpretation of Anomander Rake amongst the Seguleh
by Shadaan and Tinyshiloh

At some point before the creation of the Malazan Empire, Anomander visited the home island of the Seguleh. Rake's arrogant nature was perceived as a challenge by the non-verbal Seguleh, sparking duels with many of the inhabitants. By the time Anomander's incomprehension and frustration led him to leave the island, he had already advanced to the position of Seguleh Seventh.[3]

Other namesEdit

Anomander Rake bore a number of pseudonyms and titles.

  • Anomandaris Dragnipurake
  • Anomandaris Irake
  • Black-Winged Lord
  • Blacksword
  • First Son of Darkness[49]
  • Knight of Darkness[5]
  • Knight of High House Dark
  • Lord of Moon's Spawn[5]
  • The Mane of Chaos[50]
  • The Rake
  • Son of Darkness[5]

HistoryEdit

Spoiler warning: The following section contains significant plot details about Fall of Light and Toll the Hounds.

Anomander Purake, later named Anomander Rake by Caladan Brood, was given the title of the First Son of Darkness by Mother Dark, queen of Kharkanas and goddess of the Tiste Andii. He was a Soletaken — able to assume the form of a huge black dragon, larger even than Silanah (a true Eleint) — and a very powerful Ascendant, occupying the place of the Knight of High House Dark in the Deck of Dragons. He was also the wielder of (the sword) Vengeance/Grief, and of the dangerous and powerful Dragnipur, which was forged by his friend Draconus — on whom he ultimately turned his own creation[51], thereby fulfilling Kallor's curse.

He was widely recognized — by many Ascendants, gods and Elder Gods — as one of the most powerful, unpredictable and ruthless figures in the World, especially since he was the wielder of the sword that enslaved souls.[52][53][54][55][56]

In his early years — during the events of the Kharkanas Trilogy — he seemed somewhat arrogant and rash, but in his later years — during the events of the Book of the Fallen — he was portrayed as more compassionate and wise.[57][58]

He was the son of Nimander Purake — who in his younger years was granted, by K'rul, the Azathanai honorific Purake, which came from "Pur Rakess Calas ne A’nom", roughly translated to "Strength in Standing Still" — and had two brothers, Silchas Ruin and Andarist, both given the titles the Second Son of Darkness and the Third Son of Darkness, respectively. T'riss was a one-time companion,[59] as were Lady Envy and Caladan Brood.[60][61]

To ensure the return of Mother Dark and the Gate of Darkness, and the re-awaking of hope and purpose for his people, he sacrifices himself, first by causing his own death by Traveller's hand, and then by dispersing his own soul, with the help of the power of a newly born god, in the Gate so that it could finally be freed from the realm of Dragnipur and manifest in Black Coral.

The glyphs forming the word Grief were inscribed by Caladan Brood on his tomb, outside the city of Darujhistan; a city he defended in Gardens of the Moon.

QuotesEdit

"There is no struggle too vast, no odds too overwhelming, for even should we fail — should we fall — we will know that we have lived."
―Anomander Rake, Son of Darkness[src]
"Anomander Rake, lord of the black-skinned Tiste Andii, who has looked down on a hundred thousand winters, who has tasted the blood of dragons, who leads the last of his kind, seated in the throne of sorrow and a kingdom tragic and fey— a kingdom with no land to call its own."
―Tattersail, upon seeing Anomander Rake for the first time[src]
"All that he has ever asked of us, of me, and Spinnock Durav, and so many others, he has given us in return. Each and every time. This . . . this is his secret. Don't you understand, High Priestess? We served the one who served us."
―Endest Silan to the High Priestess of Darkness[src]
K'rul: "I am lost. In this world. In this time."
Anomander Rake: "You are not alone with those sentiments, Eldering One."
K'rul: "Do I follow in your steps, Lord? Do I seek out new battles, new games to play in the company of Ascendants? Are you rewarded in spirit for your efforts?"
Anomander Rake: "Sometimes. But mostly, no, I am not."
K'rul: "Then why?"
Anomander Rake: "I know no other way of living."
―K'rul and Anomander Rake[src]
Anomander Rake: "My friend is here in the name of love, captain. In the absence of anything else, is that not a worthy cause? No, let us take his side."
Kellaras: "Milord, the highborn will not be so sentimental—"
Anomander Rake: "Sentimental, am I? Is love so paltry a thing, to be plucked and dropped to the ground at the first breath of contempt? Man or woman, disparaging love is a crime of the soul, for which the future will turn away its face."
Kellaras: "I doubt they fear such a fate, milord."
Anomander Rake: "They will learn to, captain. This I swear."
―An exchange between Kellaras and Lord Anomander[src]
Anomander Rake: "And so I now raise my standard, Azathanai, to a deserved future, and a conscience scrubbed clean. If not in the name of love, then what cause suffices?"
Caladan Brood: "Draconus would stand with you, First Son, beneath such a standard. And thus the nobles are lost."
Anomander Rake: "Are we then past the age of shame, Caladan? No sting should I ridicule my fellow highborn?"
Caladan Brood: "Its power has diminished. Shame, my friend, is but a ghost now, haunting every city, every town and village. It has less substance than woodsmoke, and but rubs the throat with little more than an itch."
Anomander Rake: "I shall make it a wildfire."
―Lord Anomander Rake and High Mason Caladan Brood[src]

Fan art galleryEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Memories of Ice, Chapter 5, UK MMPB, p.189
  2. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 21, UK MMPB p.609
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Gardens of the Moon, Glossary, UK MMPB p.706
  4. 4.0 4.1 Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 2, UK MMPB p.75
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Gardens of the Moon, Dramatis Personae, UK MMPB p.xv
  6. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 6, UK MMPB p.210-212
  7. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 2, UK MMPB p.75
  8. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 6, UK MMPB p.212
  9. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 17, US HC p.365
  10. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 6, UK MMPB p.212
  11. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 2, UK MMPB p.61/62
  12. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 6, UK MMPB p.212
  13. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 2, UK MMPB p.74-77
  14. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 6, UK MMPB p.210-214
  15. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 10, UK MMPB p.337-339
  16. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 13, UK MMPB p.422-424,427-429
  17. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 13, UK MMPB p.437-440
  18. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 15, UK MMPB p.470-472
  19. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 15, UK MMPB p.474-483
  20. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 17, UK MMPB p.518-522
  21. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 20, UK MMPB p.575-577
  22. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 21
  23. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 21, UK MMPB p.631
  24. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 22, UK MMPB p.650/651
  25. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 20, UK MMPB p.579
  26. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 23, UK MMPB p.669
  27. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 23, UK MMPB p.668/669,671-674,680
  28. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 24, UK MMPB p.682-685
  29. Deadhouse Gates, Chapter 8, UK MMPB p.347
  30. Memories of Ice, Chapter 1, UK MMPB p.65
  31. Toll the Hounds, Chapter 23, UK HB p.856/857
  32. Toll the Hounds, Chapter 24
  33. Return of the Crimson Guard, Book 2 Chapter 3, US HC p.356-358
  34. Forge of Darkness, Chapter 2, UK HC p.40-44
  35. Forge of Darkness, Chapter 3, UK HC p.78
  36. Forge of Darkness, Chapter 2, UK HC p.47-50
  37. Forge of Darkness, Chapter 2
  38. Forge of Darkness, Chapter 9, UK HC p.271
  39. Forge of Darkness, Chapter 6, UK HC p.151
  40. Forge of Darkness, Chapter 15, UK HC p.457
  41. Forge of Darkness, Chapter 15, UK HC p.481
  42. Fall of Light, Chapter 2
  43. Fall of Light, Chapter 4
  44. Fall of Light, Chapter 9
  45. Fall of Light, Chapter 9
  46. Fall of Light, Chapter 16
  47. Fall of Light, Chapter 16
  48. Fall of Light, Chapter 20
  49. Forge of Darkness, Chapter 3, UK HC p.78
  50. Gardens of the Moon, Chapter 2, US HC p.68
  51. Memories of Ice, Chapter 1
  52. Dust of Dreams, Chapter 19
  53. Deadhouse Gates, Chapter 8
  54. Memories of Ice, Chapter 3
  55. Memories of Ice, Chapter 4
  56. Memories of Ice, Chapter 5
  57. Memories of Ice, Chapter 5
  58. Memories of Ice, Chapter 8
  59. Blood and Bone, Chapter 5, UK MMPB, p.300
  60. Memories of Ice, Chapter 1, UM MMPB, p.71
  61. Memories of Ice, Chapter 5
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