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Key of Valor Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Portrait

The portrait, After the Spell, is the first item that connected the triad. Brad saw the portrait shortly before moving back to Pleasant Valley from New York. He was captivated by Kyna, whose counterpart is Zoe. A copy of that same portrait hangs in the castle at Warrior's Peak. The painting was created by Rowena.

The portraits show the three Daughters of Glass. Kyna, Zoe's counterpart, has inky black long hair and topaz-colored eyes. In the portrait, she holds a puppy in the crook of her arm, a sword at her side. Venora, Malory's counterpart, has vivid blue eyes. She holds a lap harp and smiles for the painter. Niniane, Dana's counterpart, has strong features and thick brown hair. She sits on a marble bench, holding a scroll and quill.

In the corner, the sky shows a storm brewing. In the forest there is a shadow of...

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