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This article is about Doom of the Hills. For Doom, the leader of the Resistance, see Jarred.
Doom
Alternative name(s)

Doom of the hills

Tribe

Unknown

Home

Kinrest

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Personal information
Weapon of choice

Duel swords (anime)

Chronological and political information
First appearance

Dread Mountain (only appearance)

Doom was a man who saved Jarred while the latter was escaping from the Shadowlands. He lived in a cave at Kinrest and was killed by a pod of Grey Guards.[1]

HistoryEdit

Doom found Jarred after he had lost the Grey Guards following him from Dread Mountain. He tended to Jarred's wounds and brought the injured man back to health. However, the Grey Guards found the trail again and came to Kinrest, looking for Jarred. Doom faced them alone, and was overwhelmed. He was then avenged by Jarred, who slew the remaining Grey Guards.

After his death, Jarred buried him, and erected a tombstone, swearing revenge. Then he took the name of Doom, since he had forgotten his own.[1]

Dread Mountain Edit

Main article: Dread Mountain (book)

Lief, Barda, and Jasmine rest in Kinrest on their way to Dread Mountain. While there, they discover Doom's gravestone, which leads them to wonder about the man who now uses his name.[2]

The Valley of the Lost Edit

Main article: The Valley of the Lost (book)

After being forced to walk into Tora to prove he was not an Ol, Jarred, still without his memories, tells the companions about his meeting with Doom, and why he took his name.[1]

AbilitiesEdit

Doom was skilled in the healing arts, as he was able to save Jarred, who was on the verge of death. He was not a fighter, and as such, had no chance against the Grey Guards who attacked him.

PersonalityEdit

Jarred called Doom 'a man of peace' who had 'no chance against' the Grey Guards who attacked him.

TriviaEdit

  • Doom's name could foreshadow his ill fate, for which he was 'doomed' to die.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Rodda, Emily. The Valley of the Lost. Scholastic Australia. 2002.
  2. Rodda, Emily. Dread Mountain. Scholastic Australia. 2001.

See alsoEdit

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