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New Nerra is in need of more information! New Nerra is lacking A complete synopsis with the city's History throughout the books and the changes made to it. Also describe the different locations in the city.

Oltan Nerra Sign
New Nerra
General information
Residents

Farr
Janna
Zak
Petronelle
Barron
Sigrid
Manx
Malverlain (formerly)
Peregrine (formerly)
Alenan (formerly)
Eldannen (formerly)
Annoltis (formerly)

Physical information
Location

Dorne's west

Island

Dorne

Government
Form of government

Chieftainship and councilers

Head of state

Chieftain

Currency

Coins

Ruler

Farr
Annoltis (formerly)
Peregrine (formerly)

Chronological information
First appearance

Tales of Deltora

Last appearance

The Third Door

New Nerra, originally named Nerra and once known as Oltan bay, is a harbour city in western Dorne. The city is ruled by Chieftain Farr and his group of councillors.

HistoryEdit

Tales of Deltora Edit

Humans began settling on the island of Dorne and formed a small village. This became known as Nerra and was the islands only town. After many years, Peregrine became the city's Chieftain and bore three sons; Eldannen, Annoltis and Malverlain.[1]

The Golden Door Edit

Nerra had become known as Oltan Bay and was ruled by Annoltis, son of Peregrine. Annoltis was later overthrown during the second "Gifting", a magical ritual which can extend someone's lifespan.[2]

The Silver Door Edit

New Nerra is not mentioned in The Silver Door, though the Harbour may be located in the same location.[3]

The Third Door Edit

Oltan Bay had become known as New Nerra. It along with Riverside and Fell End is ruled by Chieftain Farr. The library, before it collapsed, was located on the remains of Olt's fortress in New Nerra.[4]

Appearances Edit

The Three Doors Edit

Other Edit

TriviaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Rodda, Emily. Tales of Deltora. Scholastic Australia. 2013.
  2. Rodda, Emily. The Golden Door. Scholastic Australia. 2011.
  3. Rodda, Emily. The Silver Door. Scholastic Australia. 2012.
  4. Rodda, Emily. The Third Door. Scholastic Australia. 2013.

See alsoEdit

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