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Kloew

aka Kaye Lorraine Ewing

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  • Hey, I saw you took out the bit about T’bor hitting Kylara. It’s said in Dragonquest that T’bor has hit Kylara when he’s drunk and upset, and then he doesn’t remember doing it afterwards. That’s why Kylara hides the fact that she’s been sleeping with Meron from him. Also, the statement “a dragon would never let its rider be beaten” seems like a personal opinion rather than a fact, unless there’s something in the books that specifically says otherwise. F’lar regularly shook Lessa in the first few books, and while the dragons were obviously upset, they never physically interfered with things like duels. What the books DO say is that dragons never harm humans, making them intervening in an altercation between two humans even more unlikely.

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    • Sorry about my earlier message, shambala. I didn't notice that it was you that posted the last message until after I posted my message. Thanks for your two cents.

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    • I will agree with Shambala108. The text does not say that it is Tbor who is beating Kilara. The fact that is that there are bruises, and Kilara hides them from Tbor.

      In my opinion, the phrase is constructed in such a way as to say that the bruises were left by passionate Meron and Kilara hides them as a sign of treason, but if Tbor tries to accuse her of treason, then she can say that he himself beats her when he drinks ... Thus, they maintain mutual parity. Tbor does ignore the treason, Kilara does not spoil Tbor's reputation.

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  • Hi, first of all, it's not necessary to leave me a new message whenever you find a character who is not in a book. They were added by an admin, User:AMCAlmaron, several years ago, not by me. So if you don't want to remove them yourself, you can ask another admin, either User:Natalya-ru or User:Stephenaug.

    Also, Pei Pei Ting is in Dragonsdawn, in the extended version of the book. That's why I was able to create the page. I didn't just make it up out of my head. She's the one who gives Zi Ongola hangover medicine after the gather.

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    • Thanks for the info. The reason why I contacted you first is because, when I previously contacted Natalya-ru about a problem, she didn't understand what I was asking, then referred my question to you. Since I do remember your telling me earlier that you are not an administrator here, I guess it would make more sense for me to contact Stephenaug.

      As to Pei Pei Ting, I have to wonder why her named is not listed in the Dragonsdawn list but is listed in The Ford of Red Hanrahan, where she doesn't appear.

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    • As you will see, I was wrong when I said that Pei Pei's name is not in the Dragonsdawn list. I must have been looking at the wrong page ;-( .

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  • Hi, I know it's confusing, but there are two "Dragon Harpers", one is the novel featuring Kindan, Dragon Harper, and the other is a video game, Dragonharper (Crossroads). I think there aren't too many people who have played the game, which is why so many character names are red linked, and I'm not sure this wiki even considers the game canon.

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    • Thanks for the update.  Looks like I'll not have to worry about that "List of characters in Dragonharper" link any longer.  Even though I have experience with formatting requirements for several editing languages, I find that, even though my Fandom edits look right until I Save or Publish them, they don't always look the same after they are saved or published - which often requires multiple edits.  So, it took me so long to figure out how to successfully add a "Dragonharper (Crossroads)" disclaimer to that page that somebody must have taken notice of the multiple edits that I was doing.   Now, I'm not seeing that "List of characters in Dragonharper" link anymore ;-/ .

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  • Hi, I'm not an admin here but I suggest you read Pern Wiki:For Beginners, particularly the section titled "Link sanity". It states that you should "Only link a name or word the first time it's used on a page."

    The word Pellar is already linked on the Carissa page, so the second appearance of the word doesn't need linking thanks.

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    • While I was making a list of characters in Dragonsdawn - from "List of characters in Dragonsdawn" - I discovered that when I compared many of the names in that list with a word search of Dragonsdawn, many of those names do not appear in my Kindle version of Dragonsdawn. I am aware that Red Star Rising and Dragonseye are 2 versions of the same book. But, I was not aware of there being 2 versions of any of the other Dragonriders book. So, is there a simple explanation as to why my Kindle version of Dragonsdawn does not contain many of the names in the "List of characters in Dragonsdawn"?

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  • Hi, I'm an admin for the Pern Wiki community. Welcome and thank you for your edit to Britell!

    If you need help getting started, check out our help pages or contact me or another admin here.

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