The Queen's Poisoner Symbols & Objects

Jeff Wheeler
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The Fountain

The Fountain is the symbol of power and mysticism. It is the source of the supernatural power of those people who are Fountain-blessed.

Evie's Braid

Evie's braid is a symbol of her courage and loyalty because she cuts it off to give it to Owen when they are being separated. It serves that purpose because Owen often touches the braid in the days after their separation in order to find the courage to do what he has to do.

The White Spot in Owen's Hair

Owen's white spot is symbolic of the fact that he is special. He was stillborn but woke while his mother and father were holding him shortly after his birth. He is the only member of his family with this spot, which may be a symbol of his special birth or may be the sign that he is Fountain-blessed.

Lord Jorganon

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