The Blue Sword Setting & Symbolism

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Home

Home is the country where Harry and her brother originate from. Home is different than Daria, the peninsula continent, in that it is lush with forests and growth.

Daria

Daria is the peninsular continent where Harry is sent after her father's death. Daria is a desert, with very little green growth.

Damarians

The Damarians, or Hillfolk, are the native population of the country the Homelanders call Daria.

Outlander

Outlander is the term the Hillfolk use in reference to the people of Home.

Laprun Trials

The Laprun trials are trials of horse riding, and sword fighting, that are held to choose King's Rider's, or the individuals who ride with and help protect the King.

Laprun-minta

The Laprun minta is the first of the Laprun trials, or the winner of the trials. Harry, because of her win, is called the laprun-minta.

Damalur-sol

Damalur-sol is a term that indicates a...

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