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Joanna
Joanna
Biographical information
Tribe

Mere

Status

Alive

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Female

Hair colour

Red

Personal information
Allies

Orwen (husband)

Chronological and political information
Profession

Rithmere Games Competitors

Position

Rithmere Games Champion

First appearance

The Shifting Sands

Last appearance

The Sister of the South

Joanna is Mere woman,[1] a Champion of the Rithmere Games, and the companion of Orwen.[2]

History

The Shifting Sands

Joanna and Orwen travelled to Rithmere to compete in the Rithmere Games. Lief, Barda, and Jasmine encountered them in their travels, and overheared a conversation about last years games. Joanna had been beaten by Brianne of Lees, but was sure this time she would be a finalist.

In the games, Joanna made it to the preliminary rounds alongside her husband. She was paired to fight with Glock. During their battle, Glock managed to grab Joanna by the neck and began to strangle her. Orwen witnessed this in his adjacent ring and rushed to her aid, disqualifying himself. Joanna survived her injuries.[2]

The Sister of the South

Both Joanna and Orwen were present at the wedding of Lief and Jasmine. By this time, they had both become Champions of the Rithmere Games, now run by Fardeep.[1]

Anime

Joanna's role in the anime was the same as the book. However, she and Orwen acted more aggressive and competitive towards the companions than their book counterparts.

Physical appearance

Joanna is described as being tall with red hair.[2]

Anime

In the anime, Joanna had violet eyes and short, spiky red hair.

Personality

Joanna is a very competitive and proud woman. She took her loss again Brianne to heart, and used it to become a better fighter. While she never was friends with the companions, she treated them with friendly sportsmanship.[2]

Abilities

Joanna is an impressive fighter, eventually becoming a champion of the games.[2]

Appearances

Deltora Quest

Deltora Quest 1

Deltora Quest 2

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Rodda, Emily. The Sister of the South. Scholastic Australia. 2004.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Rodda, Emily. The Shifting Sands. Scholastic Australia. 2001.

See also