Battles have been fought and won — and sometimes lost — in Alagaesia using mystical and unique weapons for centuries. Rhunon, the renowned elf responsible for the creation of the Riders’ blades, is a prime example of the type of individual it takes to craft these exotic weapons of death, destruction, and occasionally salvation. Similarly,
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Grimrr Halfpaw — “King of the Werecats, Lord of the Lonely Places, Ruler of the Night Reaches and He Who Walks Alone” — was first introduced to readers in Inheritance. His character is as mysterious as readers have come to expect from the elusive race of werecats, offering up little information about himself other than
Arya Dröttning, Queen of the Elves, Shadeslayer, Dragonkiller, and Rider of Fírnen: “After her! She is the one I want!” […] A cry tore from the elf’s lips as she saw her dead companions. She took a step toward them, then cursed her enemies and bounded into the forest. […] The band of fire thickened,
Some fans are dedicated… many have read the series multiple times, and some show their dedication creating fan art or writing fan fiction. Other fans may choose to congregate on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and message boards to talk everything from their favorite characters to their wildest theories about life after Inheritance. And some get tattoos!
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Christopher Paolini’s Eragon, Random House (the Inheritance Cycle‘s publisher) is announcing a new contest for Inheritance Cycle fan artists! Random House and Christopher are looking to see fan interpretations of Christopher Paolini’s classic characters. Specifically, Random House is asking for fans to choose a character from the following list,
Fan art and fan fiction are where some of the most interesting off-the-page stories are born, as is the case with a magnificent piece of art we’re about to show you. Some artists let their imaginations run wild, dreaming up scenes and scenarios which take place in the pages an author chose not to share