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Once bonded, the brown ka'kari gives the user power over the earth. The user can become a thousand-pound brute with skin made of stone.
A much younger Durzo Blint gave it to the Wolf before deciding he needed to keep the artifacts safe from the Wolf.
Originally given to Irenaea Blochwei. Once bonded, the green ka'kari gives the user power over plant life. It is believed to be somewhere in Ladesh.
However, it is possible that this ka'kari was thrown into Ezra's wood, as Durzo states he threw two ka'kari into the wood, and all other ka'kari are accounted for.
Originally given to Shrad Marden. Once bonded, the blue ka'kari gives the user power over water. It also is said to allow the user to drain the liquid from a man's blood.
It was thrown into the ocean by Durzo Blint, which created the Tlaxini Maelstrom. Iures differs from Curoch in that it grants no additional power, but instead allows the wielder to focus his or her power to an extreme degree, allowing them to create or undo extremely complicated weaves with ease.
It also has the power to record any weaves created near it and it remembers those weaves forever. Like Curoch, the wielder can also change Iures' appearance and shape at will.
Durzo Blint and Kylar both use Iures disguised as the sword Retribution. The location of Iures is not explicitly stated at the end of the trilogy, but it is highly likely that the Dark Hunter has it in Ezra's Wood.
Ceur'caelestos, or Blade of Heaven, is the Ceuran's legendary sword. The sword is made of pure mistarille. There is a dragon on each side of the blade with a gap at the mouth, from which fire is produced whenever danger or magic is near.
On the hilt there is a mark of two crossed war hammers. The hilt also contains a very large and pure red ruby. It first appears when Feir is running from Lantano Garuwashi and he has to confront him with Curoch.
Curoch takes on the appearance of this blade and it is suggested that Curoch, through its inherent shapeshifting abilities, may very well be the original Ceur'caelestos , and Lantano Garuwashi subsequently takes it from Feir.
Kylar then steals the blade and throws it into Ezra's Wood. Feir enters the Wood to retrieve it, and receives instructions on how to recreate Ceur'caelestos.
He then travels to Black Barrow and forges a perfect replica of the sword; save for Feir hiding his own smithing symbol near the base of the blade, which he gives to Garuwashi.
However, the replica does not breathe fire like the original, as Feir cannot find a ruby to bind the necessary magic into.
Immediately before the inspection of the sword by a Ceuran mage, Solon brings a suitable ruby to Garuwashi, completing the sword in truth, and causing it to gain the ability to breathe fire.
The inspection reveals Feir's symbol, which according to the document is supposed to be on the blade.
Thus, Ceur'caelestos existed only as a legend before Feir forged it. However, while Iures gives the bearer greater control over magic allowing them to create or undo weaves with greater precision Curoch amplifies the bearer's power to an extreme degree.
With the vast majority of mages, this amplification exceeds what the bearer's body can handle, with only the strongest mages in the trilogy being capable of handling Curoch even at its lowest levels of power.
The two best examples of Curoch's power are when Solon Tofusin used it to kill all the meisters using their vir during Roth's coup in Cenaria, when Jorsin Alkestes used it to blow apart the magic that was giving the krul form in the Alkestian Cycle an era predating the time in which the Trilogy is set , and when Kylar uses Curoch to kill Neph Dada, euthanise Elene, and kill Khali, who was possessing her at the time.
Curoch is also responsible for the destruction of the vir as it destroyed Khali, the goddess who supplied the vir to the Khalidorians. Curoch is the blade that Lantano Garuwashi originally believed to be the Blade of Heaven.
Although the dark hunter appears to have taken Curoch at the end of the final book, it was prophesied by Dorian that there is one meant to wield Curoch, but this person has yet to come.
This could refer to a child of Kylar and Elene, as it is implied that Dorian magically transferred the child from Elene to Jenine before her death.
However, it could also refer to a child of Dorian and Jenine, as this would be a child of the only true Prophet, the most powerful Healer of the age, and the High Queen.
Also, as mentioned by the author, there will be a series set seventeen years after the events of Beyond The Shadows.
Curoch is also the only weapon known that is able to truly kill the bearer of the Black Ka'kari. Black Ka'kari to Kylar " By the way, Jorsin Alkestes didn't like the idea of his enemies coming back to life.
If that sword kills you, you're really dead. The prophesied king to become ruler of all Midcryu. He was born on a special day and has the mark of a moon dragon on his arm what the mark is was ambiguous in the prophecy.
The other contender simply had a tattoo on his arm. The ruler of Khalidor from the Ursuul bloodline. Godkings are the only meisters capable of reaching the thirteenth shu'ra.
They have a high degree of control over the vir and are able to rip out the vir of other meisters. Most of Midcyru's countries are monarchies ruled by kings Cenaria, Friaku , queens Waeddryn , emperors Seth or regents Ceura.
Or the Godking in Khalidor. It is represented inconographically by an eye with a heavy lid drawn in one complete gesture. In Cenaria they control all of the crime in the city, including the prostitution, smuggling, assassinations, the guilds, etc.
In the first book Durzo Blint is also controlled by the Cenarian Sa'kage. They are also the reason that Khalidor didn't invade Cenaria straight away, the Sa'Kage controlled everything and the royalty controlled next to nothing, Khalidor wanted to control the Sa'Kage to allow them to take Cenaria in a single attack.
Originally part of an oath Acaelus Thorne gave to Jorsin Alkestes, who claimed that the oath was as old as the Night Angels themselves, the term Sa'Kage has been stolen by the criminals who run Cenaria and are in every other country apparently except for Ymmur although it has not been mentioned in a bid to tell people that they were the lords of the night and not the night angels.
Momma K was the Cenarian Shinga for over fifteen years, hiding behind various puppet Shingas to keep her identity a secret.
She gave up her title to Jarl, who declared himself Shinga and was supported by Momma K. Consequently, many of those who knew the identity of the real Shinga thought Jarl was only another puppet.
The Nine and the wetboys are the only people who know the true Shinga's identity. While it is intimated that each of the nine has an actual title, not all of the titles or positions they hold are put forth.
The Master of Coin a position held at one point by Count Drake and the Mistress of Pleasures Momma K are explicitly named, but some of the others are only mentioned in accordance with their duties.
A smuggling master is mentioned he was killed by Durzo , Corbin Fishill was said to be the head of the children's guilds also killed by Durzo , and another man was said to be the head of the bashers although no name was given.
Wetboys have deaders. Why do we call them deaders? Because when we take a contract, the rest of their short lives is a formality.
Wetboys are unparalleled killers, the elite of the elite when it comes to assassination in Cenaria. While assassins and assassination in general are commonplace in Cenaria, what distinguishes the true wetboys is not their improved skill at hiding, sneaking, killing, or any of these things.
They may be more talented at killing, but what actually makes the distinction is that the true wetboys Durzo Blint, Scarred Wrable, Hu Gibbet, Anders Gurka, and Jonus Severing are named have the Talent: magical ability that greatly enhances their prowess in different ways.
In general, the Talent enhances their physical abilities to an extreme degree, but it also allows them to do things like bend light to hide in the shadows, create phantom limbs for attack or defense, and cling to vertical surfaces, to name a few.
Durzo displays a far greater range of abilities than any of the others, but his Talent was correspondingly more powerful than nearly any of the other characters shown in the series, along with the nearly years of knowledge and experience he had to work with.
While the wetboys in the series tend to be loyal only to themselves and to the contracts they are paid to perform, their Talent allows them to swear a magically binding oath to the Shinga, something they are compelled to do early on.
This is a safety measure for the Shinga, for as Durzo puts it: "Shingas who aren't paranoid don't live very long. Thus, the extreme danger the wetboys present is somewhat balanced.
However, Kylar and Durzo are the only two wetboys never made to swear this oath. Most peoples of Midcyru believe in the Hundred Gods or at least in some of them.
Priests to the Hundred Gods are called hecatonarchs. Nysos is the deity of potent liquids, including blood, wine, and semen.
He is often worshipped by wetboys and is likely derived from the Greek Dionysos, who holds a similar position in the Greek pantheon. The One God is never referred to as being the god of any particular religion, and characters throughout the series that worship The One God are also never referred to as being part of any particular religion.
The One God's name affirms that it is a Monotheist religion. There are similarities that The One God shares with the God that is worshiped in many religions today.
Particularly the Christian God, as Elene once spoke from actual scripture that is located in the Holy Bible.
The One God is also referred to many times as just "God". In one section of the novel, Godking Wanhope appears to have a short argument with The One God, possibly validating his existence in the story.
However, this argument could simply be seen as a sign of Wanhope's decaying mental state. Worshipped by the people of Khalidor. Dorian believed that she was a fallen angel who roamed the earth.
It turns out that Khali is Trace, the bearer of the white ka'kari; however, the relation between Khali and the Strangers isn't totally clear.
Dorian said that Khali was just an ally of the strangers. Trace may have allied herself with one of the Strangers when Durzo used the black ka'kari's magic to kill her.
Khali uses the power of the Ka'kari's compulsion powers to control Khalidor and others. A Ferali is a fearsome and terrible creature created from the bodies and souls of tortured prisoners and controlled with diamonds thrust into its "back".
A ferali has the ability to absorb living creatures into its body and use the bones and tissue to become larger and more powerful. It is covered in mouths that will trap and consume a victim alive after even the slightest contact.
A ferali is not bound to one shape but can change to any shape it pleases as to use the bones more effectively.
When a ferali is created then the creator must host a stranger. Garoth Ursuul hosts two strangers, Lust and Pride.
They are fearsome in battle as most magic is simply deflected and any wound heals instantly. A ferali can be "ridden" or possessed by a powerful user of vir and used against his enemies.
If a ferali is not consuming others it will consume itself, and eventually die. Kylar Stern loses an arm to a ferali before it is killed.
Although the ferali is impervious to most magic, a powerful spell of a complicated weave is capable of destroying the negatory magic they seem to possess.
An example of this is when Dorian, a magi skilled with complicated weaves, destroyed a ferali with one spell that took only several seconds to create.
It is also susceptible to the powers of the Devourer—the Black Ka'kari—which if used to attack the Ferali will negate its ability to heal itself.
Krul are created by binding the spirit of demons known as Strangers into human bones. A krul is like a zombie in that it doesn't feel pain or fear and can be raised again after being killed, however, a krul needs to eat to sustain its energy.
The bones do not have to be in human shape, however, and many krul have been created by placing human bones into the shape of a horse or dog.
This is more difficult, however, because they wish to be in the form of a human, not an animal. Then, if they are given clay and water, they can form muscle, flesh, and ligaments around the bones.
Once they are formed, they become living beings. They eat, they sleep, and they defecate. They do not feel as other creatures do. Krul can speak, but not very well.
They can see better in the dark, but they cannot see as far, presumably because eyes are difficult to create. As such they are poor archers. While they can feel fear, they almost never do because they know that if their physical body dies that they will most likely be remade sometime in the future.
A krul is almost perfectly obedient. They have a powerful hate toward the living, powerful enough that it overrides their sense of self-preservation.
If a krul is locked in a room with a person, and are told that if they kill the person that they will die as well, the krul will always choose to kill and die in turn.
This was carried out with both men and women, even children. The krul cannot create anything, even weapons of war. They only exist to destroy.
They eat human flesh, and it seems to make them stronger. The Strangers use a base 13 number system and it confines the krul to a certain order.
A meister can lead 12 krul himself, but to lead 13, he must master a white krul called daemon.