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3-19
Biographical information
Age

Unknown (deceased)

Status

Deceased

Physical description
Species

Ol

Gender

None (disguised as male)

Personal information
Relatives

None

Allies

Grey Guards
Ols

Enemies

Lief
Barda
Jasmine
Emlis

Chronological and political information
Affiliation

The Shadow Lord, the Shadow Army

First appearance

The Shadowlands (only appearance)

3-19 was a Grade 3 Ol who had Prandine and Fallow's face.[1]

History

3-19 was possibly created after the Shadow Lord was banished from Deltora.[1]

The Shadowlands

3-19 and Tira observed the growing of Grey Guards inside the Shadow Factory. Tira took many opportunities to harass him, and openly mocked that, because of failures of his fellow Grade 3 Ols, the Shadow Lord intended for the Conversion Project to be their replacement. During the unveiling ceremony, 3-19 instructed the Grey Guards to leave the prisoner's waggon uncovered when they brought it into the Shadow Arena. They ignore him, however, and later used the unveiling to show their capture of LiefBarda and Jasmine.

Tira commanded 3-19 to begin the Conversion Project and administer the worms to the prisoners. Lief managed to convince him otherwise, however, by reminding him he would be releasing his replacement. 3-19 hesistated, and the Shadow Lord struck him down.[1]

Physical appearance

Like all Grade 3 Ols, 3-19 could take on any shape he wanted, be it living or non-living. His main form was the same as Prandine and Fallow.[1]

Personality

3-19 was very self-conscious, and constantly feared for his life due to the repeated failures of the Grade 3 Ols.[1]

Abilities

3-19, as a Grade 3 Ol, was capable of shapeshifting into any form he desired and retaining that form for as long as he wanted. Though mildly intelligent and observant, 3-19 was not clever enough to realise the impact of the Conversion Project on his kind.[1]

Appearances

Deltora Quest

Deltora Quest 2

Trivia

  • Looking at 3-19's name, it could be possible that 19 Grade 3 Ols had been created in total.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Rodda, Emily. The Shadowlands. Scholastic Australia. 2002.

See also