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A Knight of the [[Balance]]. Brother of [[Orland Fank]]. A servant of the [[Runestaff]]. Encountered by [[Dorian Hawkmoon|Hawkmoon]] at various stages throughout his search for [[Malagigi]], but first glimpsed by him as he rode to [[Castle Brass]] on his mission for [[Meliadus]].
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A Knight of the [[Balance]]. Brother of [[Orland Fank]]. A servant of [[The Runestaff (artefact)|the Runestaff]]. Encountered by [[Dorian Hawkmoon|Hawkmoon]] at various stages throughout his search for [[Malagigi]], but first glimpsed by him as he rode to [[Castle Brass]] on his mission for [[Meliadus]], the Warrior helped in the fight at [[Hamadan]]. Waiting for him in the [[Crimia]] when Hawkmoon crossed the [[Black Sea]], the Warrior told him that [[Yisselda]] had been kidnapped and was at the Mad God's castle, along with the [[Red Amulet]], which was rightfully his to bear. Appeared at [[Castle Brass]] after the Dark Empire had destroyed the towers surrounding the [[Kamarg]] and after the appearance of [[Elvereza Tozer]]. Also met Hawkmoon and [[d'Averc]] in [[Amarehk]], telling them to travel to [[Dnark]] in search of the Runestaff, where he was apparently killed by [[Shenegar Trott]]'s men.
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Seen by Hawkmoon during the [[Battle of Londra]] as the [[Time Wind]] blew. Was among the Gathering of the Wise who waited for Hawkmoon and [[Jhary]] after Hawkmoon fell from the [[Silver Bridge]].
 
==Appeared in==
 
==Appeared in==
 
* [[The Jewel in the Skull]]
 
* [[The Jewel in the Skull]]
 
* [[The Mad God's Amulet]]
 
* [[The Mad God's Amulet]]
 
* [[The Sword of the Dawn]]
 
* [[The Sword of the Dawn]]
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* [[The Runestaff (novel)|The Runestaff]]
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*[[Count Brass (novel)|Count Brass]]
 
* [[The Quest for Tanelorn]]
 
* [[The Quest for Tanelorn]]
 
* [[The White Wolf's Son]]
 
* [[The White Wolf's Son]]
 
 
==Mentioned in==
 
==Mentioned in==
* [[Count Brass (novel)|Count Brass]]
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*[[The Champion of Garathorm]]
==Notes==
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==The Warrior in Jet and Gold & The Knight in Black and Yellow==
*In [[The Dragon in the Sword]] it is revealed that [[The Knight in Black and Yellow]] is [[Sepiriz]]. This would suggest that [[The Knight in Black and Yellow]] is not [[The Warrior in Jet and Gold]] as both were at the gathering of the wise in [[The Quest for Tanelorn]].
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In [[The Dragon in the Sword]] it is revealed that The Knight in Black and Yellow is [[Sepiriz]]. This might suggest that The Knight in Black and Yellow is not [[The Warrior in Jet and Gold]] as both Sepiriz and The Warrior were at the gathering of the wise in [[The Quest for Tanelorn]]. However, in the Multiverse anything is possible.
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[[Category:Characters|Warrior in Jet and Gold]]

Latest revision as of 13:25, 18 April 2017

A Knight of the Balance. Brother of Orland Fank. A servant of the Runestaff. Encountered by Hawkmoon at various stages throughout his search for Malagigi, but first glimpsed by him as he rode to Castle Brass on his mission for Meliadus, the Warrior helped in the fight at Hamadan. Waiting for him in the Crimia when Hawkmoon crossed the Black Sea, the Warrior told him that Yisselda had been kidnapped and was at the Mad God's castle, along with the Red Amulet, which was rightfully his to bear. Appeared at Castle Brass after the Dark Empire had destroyed the towers surrounding the Kamarg and after the appearance of Elvereza Tozer. Also met Hawkmoon and d'Averc in Amarehk, telling them to travel to Dnark in search of the Runestaff, where he was apparently killed by Shenegar Trott's men.

Seen by Hawkmoon during the Battle of Londra as the Time Wind blew. Was among the Gathering of the Wise who waited for Hawkmoon and Jhary after Hawkmoon fell from the Silver Bridge.

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Mentioned in

The Warrior in Jet and Gold & The Knight in Black and Yellow

In The Dragon in the Sword it is revealed that The Knight in Black and Yellow is Sepiriz. This might suggest that The Knight in Black and Yellow is not The Warrior in Jet and Gold as both Sepiriz and The Warrior were at the gathering of the wise in The Quest for Tanelorn. However, in the Multiverse anything is possible.