The Ruins of Gorlan Setting & Symbolism

John Flanagan (author)
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Wargals

Wargals are stocky, misshapen beings with features that were halfway human, but with a long, brutish muzzle and fangs like a bear or a large dog. Mongarath uses them as soldiers to attempt to gain control of the kingdom from King Duncan.

Kalkara

Kalkara is a creature the looks like a cross between an ape and a bear. Kalkara walk upright and are obsessed with silver. Mongarath uses this obsession to get them to do his bidding. Once they are given a task, they will do anything to accomplish it. They can be incredibly cunning and stalk their prey. Mongarath uses them to exact revenge on the men who thwarted his first attempt to take the kingdom.

Ruins of Gorlan

The Ruins of Gorlan are the ruins of Lord Mongarath's castle, which was destroyed during the battle for control of the kingdom. Mongarath was driven into the...

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