Special Sub-Topic: Feist's Characters and Places
|Which of these is not a nation?|
Jartuk. All of the other nations exist on the same continent.
|What is the continent across the great sea called?|
Novindus. This is the land which is discovered by Calis and his group when they search for Margaret and the other captives.
|Which one of these people does not survive the journey to the continent which is discovered by Calis and his mercenaries across the Great Sea? (on any journey)|
Bobby de Loungville. They all return after the first journey there but Bobby dies in a cave on another visit.
|Who is Macros's daughter?|
Miranda. She is his daughter and marries Pug, and she fights against her mother Jorna.
|Who was Jorna married to for the first time?|
Nakor. She married Nakor for his power so that she could look youthful, and then she married Macros (who was even more powerful) and she had a daughter, Miranda.
|What was Duke James's name when he was a mocker?|
Jimmy the Hand. He was Jimmy the Hand until he saved Arutha's life and became a Squire. He becomes the Duke of Krondor later and he dies when the city is destroyed.
|Who was the squire who was James's best friend but did not return from their journey to Kesh?|
Squire Locklear. Locklear was murdered while in Kesh. He had known James for a long time and had fought with him at Sethanon.
Squire Harry was a companion of Prince Nicholas in 'The King's Buccaneer'.
|Who is Tomas's son?|
Calis. Calis is half elf and half human and he led his Crimson Eagles to Novindus.
|Calis's band of mercenaries is called the Crimson Eagles.|
True. He led this band of men to infiltrate the Emerald Queen's army.
|What is Pug's name as a Great One?|
Milamber. He was called this as a Great One and was above the law. He then destoyed a games festival because he was angry at how Kingdom soldiers were treated and had to leave the world.
Did you find these entries particularly interesting, or do you have comments / corrections to make? Let the author know!
Send the author a thank you or
Submit a correction