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2. What happened to the Rise of Darkness & Shadow in the forest and lands of Arvon? Evil was spreading everywhere in The Jargoon Pard. Did it just disappear on its own? P.127, Kethan is able to sense that there were all sorts of Shadow creatures increasing, all of Arvon had prepared themselves for WAR. What happened??? AThe Shadow gathers strength. Those who have taken the Darker Way awake, prepare to fare forth once more.@ p.116. People lived in fear. After the Wererider delivers his message to Herrel, he says, AWe must hurry. The Shadow is on the move!@ P.108. AThere  were places that I avoided with inner shrinking. And it appeared to me that they grew more numerous every night, as if some seed of evil had been planted, sprouted, now grew outwarded, to encompass more and more about it.@P.128, APerhaps the inflow of Shadow that Pergin had spoken of now gain momentum.@ P.167, ATwice I edged by places wherein there was the stink of Shadow like pools of corruptions.@ P.168, AHowever, I dread the fact that such appeared to be spreading in the forest.@ AWe can only try that we not be caught utterly defenseless. Therefore, let us live each hour as those who must prepare against siege. p.58. AIt begins so always-- while in us there gathers an uneasiness of spirit  . . .  preparation for a siege.@ ASo the Shadow comes-- as the sea tides-- yet not so often--@ p.32. AOverseas those of our cousinhood . . . @ AThis war they won, but in the winning, they made such an effort with the Power that for generations they may not be able to summon much to their service.@ AWho know if such a draining has not weakened the safeguards of our world so that those beyond . . .  sense or know that this be the hour to move again.@ p.57. AWe were being hunted. Only the hound that coursed us was a thing of Dark the mere emanation of which was enough to start the stampede.@ p.99. He escapes one Shadow creature only to be caught in the Dark web of another evil creature, where he is rescue by Herrel. p.108. P.128, he finds that the lord of the keep is gone with many of his men to the Amustering of forces at the keep of our High Lord, the coming together of the Redmantle Clan.@ To fight in the coming battles with the Shadow (also see p.133). Coming wars and battles were how the Pard book ended. Gates had opened and Dark creatures had returned and hunted, even within the forest where Reeth, the Star Tower stood. Darkness spread over all of Arvon. There were rumors that a few Keeps had fallen to the Shadow ones, while some had thrown wide their gates to false promises of the Dark ones. There never was a follow up book. Please finish the story. Did the Light win or were they forced to retreat and hid for a 1000 years? P. 57, A...that there will be a muster of forces. We stand with the HIGH LORD AIDAN as does Bluemantle and Gold. But Silver?@ ANo man knows. There have been coming and going between the Keeps of the Western Marches and the Inner Lands. Silver ever had a liking for alliances with the Voices (adepts) of the Heights.@ ATheir blood is half of the Oldest Ones under the moon (Silvermantle).@ AEverwhere men are unease. They have taken to riding armed when abroad.@ So Red, Blue and Goldmantles joined into a huge army under Arvon=s High Ruler Aidan. Who is this High Lord Aidan? Is he the most powerful of the Seven Lords? Or just a Lord of Power, who happens to be the Guardian of Arvon? Clearly, Silvermantle joined up with the Voices of the Heights. How strange and different is Silvermantle, if 2 of their blood is nonhuman? The Dark forces and Shadow were increasing and running in the night, not only awake, but spreading, multiplying and growing. Don=t leave us hanging. Tell us what happened next. You told us that there was coming long seasons of war to balance out the many years of peace. Those at the Star Tower needed A . . . to stand firm in times to come . . . @, and had been tested and tried to forge them into a team to fight the Shadow menace. AAnd the last venture-- within this you four have woven well a pattern that will hold--@ p.194. AThere are new rulers in Arvon.@ AIn time the Riders will take service with some one of the Seven Lords.@ p.168, Year of the Unicorn. Who are the current Seven Lords and what are their powers? Is each an adept like his father? In Pard, p.18 AHowever those of Arvon had always had the talents in lesser and greater degrees, and our Lords and rulers were often also Masters of Powers.@ P.179, Year..Unicorn, A . . .  those who dwelt in Arvon, shared in some use of magic . . . @ AThere were adepts who dwelt apart, wrapt in their studies of other times and worlds which touched ours only momentarily at intervals, and who were now scarcely even of human seeming.@ And A... number of alien folk@ also lived in Arvon like the Wereriders. Please complete the story.
 

3. In The Jargoon Pard, Garth Howell was a place of Light, for wise women only, nor were they of the Shadow. However, in your latest book, it has become a place for evil men, dark mages and Sarn Riders. What changed??? P. 31, AOf Thaney (Kethan=s cousin and his betrothal) I had seen little since she had gone early to Garth Howell , where the wise women gathered, there to learn such sorceries as those of healing and protection of house and home. It was reported that she showed something of a talent in such matters . . . @ You switched the facts back and forth, which is bewildering for the reader. P.4, Aylinn=s own mother A... had studied with the wise women of Garth Howell.@  And even the evil wise woman, Ursilla of Garth Howell was able to enter the Ashrine of Gunnora who A... has no priestesses nor shrine attendants.@ p.5 (Now Gunnora, suddenly has priestesses in your last book). No men were accepted at Garth Howell. Did the Shadow prevail and overthrow the wise women of Garth Howell? P.214, Warding, A . . .  Garth Howell. That nest of corpulent vipers....@ A... it was firmly believed that the major mages there followed the Dark road.@  Is all of Arvon under Dark rule?. This is inconsistent and bewildering.
 
4. What happened when the Exiled Ones returned? Some of the Exiles had returned as they were promised. AAs there was a treaty we were allowed our time of grace to apply at the Gate (into Arvon)-- and it was open to us.@ Year of the Unicorn, p.168. AThey cannot deny us Arvon for that is our birthright and the terms of the treaty have been fulfilled.@ The terms of the treaty require that all the other exiles be granted their birthright to enter Arvon. Some exiles had already returned, while others were still to arrive. P.19, Pard, AMany of the Great Ones who had used the Power to their own wills were thereafter either exiled beyond Gates that led to other dimension and times . . . @ (So you see that some of the gates were opened by the Light and the Seven Lords of Power). Being good, they promised a 2nd chance. P19, Jargoon Pard, AThen their followers also went out into exile under certain bonds of time.@ After the expiration of the exile, they were allowed to return by the law of the treaty. So what happened when they returned? The story is incomplete. You said that some would want revenge, while  some might be peaceful like the Wererider. P.168, Year.. Unicorn, Herrel says, AWe rode in exile because we had supported lords who went down to defeat in one of those ancient battles.@ After A . . .  there had been struggles for power fought with more fearsome weapons . . . @ He said it was not because they were Adeemed disturbing factors like to bring dissension into seeming peace.@ In Gryphon in Glory, p.184, AThere was some great warring here once. Those who chose the Dark were changed. Then there are the ones who made no choice, who withdrew. They changed in another way-- drawing further apart from either good or ill into a state where they acknowledge the power of neither and cannot be summoned to a quarrel.@
 

5. Why can=t Kethan shape change without the belt anymore? P.114, Herrel tells Kethan after examining his palm:AIt is Not the BELT that wrought your change. That only provided a key to open the door. Unfortunately, because it was the key, your guess that this wise woman can use it to control you now is the truth.@. Herrel says, AThe answer lies within yourself and only you can find it (shapechanging without the belt) p.116. Aylinn says, AListen. But there is another key besides the belt. If you can learn it, then you shall be far greater than you believe. I only trust you shall find your key.@ p.119. AThus began my self-schooling.@ A...I would turn my key-- and the power to stand as Kethan grew each time (shapechange) I marshaled it to my service.@ p.127. It makes sense to say, Kethan, who has both Herrel=s Were blood and Gillan=s Witch blood, is a powerful adept/mage, since the combination of these varied powers multiplies and becomes greater in the child The mixture of different ancient bloods with various talents and abilities, resulting from the parents, makes the whole greater than the sum of the parts, creating a powerful adept. Kethan should be able to call upon more powers than his parents. Am I wrong? But instead in your last book, it seems he is weak and limited to being a Were and yet, he has only 1/4 of that Were blood. Moreover, he can=t even change without his pard belt anymore, which seems to be his crutch. What changed? Please explain. P.146, Kethan says, AI was told there was a key, if I could find it. I searched, and this was what I found-- Not by the belt but within myself.@ Gillan says, AWell done. In truth, you have walked a goodly way down a strange road but not Shadow.@ P.147, Kethan works Power: AGo from us, look to your candles. Use again the key you have found yourself--@ P.144, Kethan farsees from Car Do Prawn to the Star Tower, traveling the distance by mind. However, in your latest book, he now says, he can=t farsee. Huh? Why can=t Kethan change without the pard belt? I thought it was only suppose to be a key for a beginner and to escape Ursilla hold on him.AUrsilla had sensed some talent in me and thus made sure that be quenched or imprisoned by the spell they wove around me that night.@ p.121. Also see p.20-21 for the spell of binding on Kethan when he was a young child to prevent shapechange (Ursilla was wearing a moon pendant). Kethan breaks thru the Shadow spell of Ursilla (which prevents shapechanging) and he gradually learns how to shapechange, by practice, without the pard belt. p.124. The least of a Were=s talent is the ability to shapechange. Or will the full moon have no affect on him without the belt? I thought the belt had more magical powers, than to merely help change him (see #16 below). It would have the same affect on a nonwere too. He seems to have less talent than his father and very little of his mother witch abilities. All he can do is become an animal and even that he can=t do without the belt (He did it without the belt since it had been stolen). But now he has reversed himself in The Warding of Witch World and is unable to make the change without the belt. He has forgotten everything he had learned so painfully! Instead, he has become the weakest of Weres, in your recent book. AThis time the voice was sharp order so swift and powerful he could not help but obey.@ (an adept being forced to obey a lesser creature?). ABy himself he could never have touched such alien creatures with mind-send.@ p.343. AHe had never even thought of trying this before.@ A...Kethan gave a leap of mind, not body, into paths he had never trod before.@ p.342. AOnly with the belt did he have a chance against the birds and this Wasteborn monster.@ p.279. ASassfang little power....@ This Kethan seems to know less than a Were. The Weres don=t merely shapechange. While much of their pwere has to do with battle magic, they have other sorcery and spells. By the strength of will without his belt which had been stolen form Kethan, he does change from pard shape to man form and with each practice time he is able to make the transformation last longer. p.126 Ursilla, the evil wise woman recognizes that Herrel is a Were (p.5) and knowing that sets a spell to bind Kethan from ever shape changing, until he gets the belt which sets him free. Kethan was handicapped by Ursilla evil binding spell. In your last book he so inexperieced and unlearned. Kethan is not 1/3Were, he is 1/4Were. His father is 1/2Were and he gets 2 of 2, which equals 1/4 not 1/3 like you stated in your last book. He seems to be limited to the 1/4 Were blood, completely ignoring 3/4 of his other blood (1/4Were+1/4OldRaceArvon+1/2Witch Esctarp).  Even Trevor seems to have more talent than he does and he has far less talented blood. The Weres have their magical powers and his mother is a full witch. In The Jargood Pard he is forced to begin to learn to change shape without the belt, but in The Warding of Witch World he has forgotten every he learned and now cannot change without the belt (p.278, 279, 331). AHe could not make the change without the belt. No. ...Kethan proceeded to do what he had never done before.@ see p.278. Huh? What happened to him? The belt seemed to give him certain powers, but Herrel assures him the belt is only a key, that he can change without it because its in his Were blood. The simplest most basic first ability of a Were is to shapechange. It=s what makes a person a were. If he can=t change without the belt, then he is NO Were! What makes a person a Were anyway - a belt? He had the farsight ability in The Jargoon Pard, where he was able to penetrate the defenses of the stronghold of Reeth, several days distance thru their wards and see them working their power. But in The Warding of Witch World he has lost this ability. AHe did not have farsight.@ The evil wise woman Ursilla set spells to bind him and his Were abilities and the belt broke thru that spell. He doesn=t seem to have developed from a beginner, who knows the simple spells, rather he has regressed. He has falls into a glamorie Shadow trap: AHe had been caught, he knew now by glamorie.@ (p.276) of Sassfang, in your recent book. But even as a young child, Kethan was able to sense, AThere is always about the Towers a seeming of shadow. --Within the walls... there abides a chill that none save I seeemed to note. There I had often the sense that things moved along its shadowed rooms which had little in common with the ways of mankind.@ p.14-15. Kethan should have his mother=s talent to see thru illusion - Aillusion-breaking sight@ or Atrue sight@ p.177, Year of the Unicorn, but instead he fell into the the glamorie trap of the evil bird-female and Rus birds (p.277).  Kethan=s Were talents should be the key that unlocks his mother=s talents in him, causing the full extent of all her witch power to transfer to him, since its mergered together. If his father had no talent it=s very possible he would have no talent either. The inner ability to shapechange is the most basic part of being a Were. Since he is less Were and has his mother=s talents, perhaps he has more control over his wild Were nature and it has less control over him. He should be able to learn most of Gillan=s and Herrel=s spells and old knowledge. Plus, he should find some other school to learn. P.41, Ibycus asked Kethan to look into his ring=s stone surface and he sees  A... the head of a snow cat!@ Does this mean that=s Kethan=s true Were nature and not the pard? On p.287, Warding, when Aylinn removes his belt, when he is gravely injuried, he immediately regains his man form. However, in the Pard, when his belt is torn off  him he is struck in pard shape, until he learns to use his willpower to change. Why couldn=t he use that same willpower to bring his belt to him, instead of being forced to use  the cat, Uta, bring it to him? He was helpless without it and afterwards, was limited to claws and teeth as weapons. His mother previously had used her will to snatch the belt out of Ursilla=s hand, when she was tormenting him.
 

6. How is it possible to close all gates? Who is going to dare closing the gate on p.192, Jargoon Pard and risk awakening god-like, terrible ancient powers, before whom the most powerful adepts would be like a grasshopper? What about new gates, the mages of Garth Howell and other dark adepts could always create, within their own wards and borders? Wards set to seal gates can always be broken like any other barrier, by a stronger will and power. All spells strength fades with time. Plus, if it were possible to seal gates forever, don=t you think that those Ancient Powerful Ones of the Light, would have done so long ago with vaster knowledge and superior powers? Closing a gate even temporarily would require more power than all the surviving witches of Estcarp could possess. Their power would surely be destroyed without any success. What=s to prevent adepts or scientific geniuses like the Kolders to create and open new gates from their strange weird worlds like they did before? And why would you seal gates that are harmless or do good? Why waste the energy that can be used to fight the Dark or do other good? What about evil gates that lie inside ancient evil cities, castles or forests that to enter such a place would not only compromise your very soul, but change you into the dreaded Evil Dark? If the Horn Crowned Lord, Landsil, Gunnora and other Great Ones knew better to leave such places undistrubed, perhaps, they were not fools. For every action there is a reaction to keep the balance. Such meddling by the Light will awaken the Greater Dark to restore the balance. See p.246, Horn Crown, ABut you have opened gates in plenty, wearer of horns.@ AYes, the gates have opened, the Horned-Crown Lord said, AAs above, so below. Each Power must have its light side and the dark-- they were balanced. Save when that balance was distrubed and one grew the greater, then the fates-- the need for all things being equal-- took a hand. The righting of the balance might be bloody and dire, still it must come within all existing worlds.@ p.243. APower-- it rests upon the balance of Powers, Kurnous continued.@ ADo you not understand that whoevev gathers too much power, be it of the Light or the Dark, tips the scales and only chaos wil fill the Land? We learned that lesson long ago-- and found it hard learning. This land was once great and strong until the balance was upset.@ p.250. The sealing of gates will cause a major terrible backlash. (Does the Horn Crown Hunter live in Arvon or in some other dimension? The man-beast who was the Kurnous=s opposite seemed to live in Arvon, where he fought Kerovan, Landsil, Neevor, Gryphon and Joison and was defeated in Gryphon in Glory). There will also be hidden, secret gates for which there are no records, in places impossible to find. The specific gates mentioned that were closed make sense, but still nothing lasts forever. Some of the gates were opened by Great Ones of the pure Light, to let in a tribe or clan during a desperate crisis to save a people. It was the Light=s Horned Crown Lord, who let the Dales people in (see near the end of that book). The Kioga=s own Shaman created a gate from their side of the world to escape intoArvon. And what chance would the Sulcars have had, if a mage who created a gate from their world, hadn=t been the Good Samaritan, but turned his back on them? How can anyone be of the Light, yet still have no pity to take action, to help, if you can? Those persons who accidental come thru a gate and don=t want to remain, can be returned by those powerful enough to seal gates. But Simon Tregarth was hunted on his home world and had to flee thru a gate as a last resort to escape. Few will want to be returned. How can the loss of the Magestone, open all gates? It would take a god to create a magestone like that! One gate at a time is possible. But all gates? The magestone would have to have god-like powers to do that. No one is strong enough to create such a stone. If the loss of the magestone had opend all gates, then why was it necessary to shed blood at both sides of the blood gate to open it? And why was it required that the dark mage travel in person and call upon all his powers to open the Dark gate in the Waste/Arvon, if it was already open? That means both of these evil gates were not really open. Right? The crstal gryphon globe open gates and was A... more to the key... it is a very special key.@ p.142, Gryphon in Glory. AThat opens doors....@ p.136. When it was lost or destroyed, it didn=t open all gates like the loss of the magestone. How can any stone be that powerful?
 
7. Why does Trevor, the child of Elys and Jervon have any talent? He is only 2 blood of the Old Race of Estcarp? No Estcarp men have any real power only the Witches do. Elys= own brother had no talent. So why does Trevor? His blood is further diluted, since his father is of the Dales, who has no power or talent. This makes no sense based upon your previous stories. His sister, Eydrth is only 2 of witch blood (and 1/2 of Dales), yet she seems to be equal to her Witch mother, Elys, in talent. How can this be? Loyse=s mother was a full witch and her father of Alizon (by rape), yet she had only a small talent and is no witch. While her son, Simond has 1/4Tor+1/4Gorm from his father+1/4WitchEstcarp+ 1/4Alizon from his mother and he has no talent. If Eydrth has that much talent, then Herrel should be equal or greater than his WereRider father, yet he wasn=t. Plus, Herrel should have whatever small talent from his Redmantle clan mother. Neither Eydrth nor Alon have any blood relation to Landsil or his kin, furthermore they are not possessed by his spirit, so why are they considered part of the line of the Gryphon? Warding of Witch World P.555, AAlon and Eydrth of the Gryphon line....@ Only Kerovan and his family can have any possible claim that they are possessed by Landsil. The Lady Sylvya has the best claim, yet she is excluded? Why? Sylvya is blood kin to Landsil and is sister to a most powerful ancient adept on her human side of the family. With the blood of several adepts flowing in her veins, she should be far superior in power and talent to both Kerovan and Firdun and at least equal to Hilarion and Ibycus and perhaps far more than any living adept. It doesn=t make much sense that Kris Tregarth should have no talent. How is that possible? First, his grandmother is a Witch. His mother is the most powerful of those in the Green Valley, while his father has some talent too, so does his grandfather (otherworld talent). All his uncles are warlocks on both sides of the family. All his kin have talent. So why not him? Does Hilarion using Kris as a tool, cause the same result as in the Sulcar girl, Audha, who gains alien powers when her body was used as a tool?

8. Why is Firdun, the son of Kerovan and Joison, a powerful mage? His father only has a small part of the Spirit of the Gryphon inside of him; however, none of Landsil=s blood or genes. Firdun=s father and mother are both of Dale blood, perhaps with a little of old blood diluted by many generations. At the best if Kerovan is somehow able to pass on Landsil=s gift to his son won=t it be further diluted and weaker than he possessed. How does it become greater? I=m puzzled at how Firdun is equal to Ibycus/Neevor and becomes Guardian to Arvon. How does their small talent multiple 1000% in their son? Why does Firdun have violet power in your last book, when Landsil himself does not? See p.239, Gryphon in Glory, AThe point of the white light fell forward as if it were a swift sword.@ AA black stain..., dimming the glory of the white.@ P.240, AOnce more that white blade lifted.@ Landsil=s own power was white not violet power. So how did Firdun get violet power of the spirits. P.88, Jargoon Pard, AViolet is pure power among the spirits, and few, even of the Voices can claim to harass it.@ Is Firdun a spirit? Hilarion=s power use to be blue in the Sorceress of Witch World, but now it become violet in your last book too. What caused the change? Firdun cannot be greater than his father, because his blood is further diluted. How is it possible for Kerovan to pass on the spirit of Landsil to his children, it=s not in his genes or blood? How can that small portion of Landsil spirit reproduce itself if Firdun? Are you suggesting that Landsil meddled and created them to be his creatures for his own purposes, no matter how lofting and noble the ideal, when it=s without Firdun=s permission its evil and of the Dark. If Landsil tampers with such life forces, how is he any different than the most foul creature of the Dark. Firdun didn=t what to be Guardian of Arvon, he was given no choice in the matter.
   
7. If Trevor and Firdun are each equal or more powerful than Kethan. Than that would mean the less talent your parents had, the greater your chances of being a powerful mage. Right? That=s why I am so confused. I am not saying that Trevor, Firdun, Aylinn, Joison and Kerovan can=t have power. Instead, I am stating since each of these had one parent with little or no talent, how much greater must be Kethan=s, who has two parents with strange and unusual powers.
 
8. Why is Reeth, the Star Tower an important place? What=s makes it so important? AReeth has a place, so our forseings show, an important place in Arvon.@ (Jargoon Pard, p.175)  Even in Warding, p.228, it says Herrel and Gillan A...they had been led tp Reeth....@ and A... a purpose which they did not yet understand.@ So when did they ever find out? It=s years later. Does the Star Tower become a refuge for the forest folk and wonderful animals, who have some talent for power, when the Dark Power strikes and destroys their homes? Its=s seems a small tower to shelter so many. Plus, A... feeling of secretiveness and withdrawal.... ... as if those sheltered there had, by choice, little to do with the ways of men.@ p.87, Pard. AWe are those who dwell apart, asking naught of any man save that we be left to follow our own ways.@ p.111.
 
9. Who is Uta? Why was she exiled and cursed to cat shape for so long? I thought Kethan was madly in love with Aylinn, his Moon Maid and that they were bonded together being born the same day? AMy Moon Witch!@ p.112. A... how I longed to know her name.@ p.120. A... I was all inwardly a man, and a man drawn by the fairest that lies in women.@ p.84. AWithin me another magic worked, one that bore no kinship with power.@ p.113. AMy feelings for her recoiled a little, ....@ p.114. Later, he demanded he be killed rather than turn Aylinn over to Ursilla for her evil plans, because he was in love with her. Finally, it was Aylinn who drew him forward as a couple at the end of the book. AWhy did I long above all else, to stand well in her sight?@ P.118. The pard belt was a betrothal from Thaney, his cousin and his betrothed, but there was no love between them. He loved his Mood Maid instead. Is Aylinn=s unknown father, the moon=s Horn Crowned Hunter? How did the Old One Elysha know Uta so well? In your last book, purple power is used by Elysha of the Light, but Ursilla, evil wise woman used A... the purple of the Shadow@ too. Jargoon Pard, p.88, APurple is a force that is drawn upon warily for it carries the seeds of lust, hate, fear, power-- and it is too easily misused.@ On p.174 of Jargoon Pard, Aylinn was discovered by the Fane of Neave to be a Moon Drawer and so went to Linark and later also learned from her foster parents since Moon Magic had been practiced at Reeth in the past. However, on p.271 of Warding..., you now say that Aylinn went to Linard of the healers and there later on learned of her moon power and went to that school too.
 
10. Do any of the other half-breed WereRiders of the Dale brides join their kin at Reeth? Are they mistreated, harassed and discriminated like Herrel for being a half-breed?
 
11. Is there no school of old knowledge that Kethan can go to and learn spells? Is Garth Howell the only place of learning, old wisdom and magic for males? How is he to learn fully his magical heritage? Gillan is a Witch of the Green Way, while witches of Estcarp are of the Blue Silences with their crystal gems, they are on different paths with different knowledge and wisdom enen there might be a few similarities. Does Gillan ever return to Estcarp, to learn her Estcarpian witch heritage
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Are we supposed to answer these? They seem like something only Andre could have answered.
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I agree that going through questions 2 through 11 is only something that Andre could do.  I propose to just hold these questions for now, and look at the first question.  If the discussion gets lively, and then slows down, I will re-open the other questions.
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