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"Polypans are hairy, ape-like beings..."
Arrival in Deltora Edit
Polypans arrived in Deltora on ships from foreign ports and were either sold to Deltorans or abandoned their ships.
The Golden Door Edit
The Maze of the Beast Edit
The Captain of the River Queen owned a Polypan named Chett. He sent him from the River Queen to the shore of the River Tor in a rowboat to pick up Lief, Barda, and Dain when they asked for passage on the boat. Aboard the River Queen, Chett performed basic tasks like weighing anchor and lighting lanterns. When pirates raided the boat, they took Chett with them.
The Valley of the Lost Edit
Chett followed Dain when Lief, Barda and Jasmine rescued him from the burning pirate ship. Dain claimed Chett had gone mad and set the boat on fire. The Polypan took the oars from Lief and Barda and rowed the craft to the riverbank amid the raging waters, but abandoned the four companions as soon as the boat reached the shore, leaving them to be swept away by the current.
Shadows of the Master Edit
Polypans are small, furry creatures, not much taller than a 10-year-old child. They have large feet and hands and an ape-like face. Despite their small size, Polypans have great strength.
Polypans are sneaky, hard workers and are skilled pick-pockets. They are also dangerous, selfish, and will not hesitate to abandon their owners at the first sign of danger or if their supply of chewing toffee runs out. They cannot speak, but understand simple instructions. Polypans can be loving and loyal companions to people who treat them well. Polypans are strong and can handle oars expertly.
Whilst a Polypan's full diet is unknown, most Polypans become addicted to chewing toffee while young.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Rodda, Emily. Secrets of Deltora. Scholastic Australia. 2008.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Rodda, Emily. Tales of Deltora. Scholastic Australia. 2005.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Rodda, Emily. The Maze of the Beast. Scholastic Australia. 2001.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Rodda, Emily. The Valley of the Lost. Scholastic Australia. 2002.
- ↑ Rodda, Emily. Shadowgate. Scholastic Australia. 2004.
- ↑ Rodda, Emily. Shadows of the Master. Omnibus Books. 2015.