The Beast
General information

Isle of the Four Sisters




Possibly Alive

Chronological information
First appearance

The Sister of the South

Last appearance

Tales of Deltora

The Beast was giant monster that slept underneath the Isle of the Four Sisters. It was awoken by the Shadow Lord and destroyed the island in its rage.[1]


The Tale of the Four SistersEdit

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Malverlain narrowly escaped The Beast.

The Beast inhabited a large island off the coast of Deltora, where it was kept asleep through the singing of four sisters. One day the sorcerer Malverlain came upon the island after being banished from his home, and upon hearing the singing of the sister, imprisoned them each on a corner of the island. When the sisters continued to sing despite the distance between them, Malverlain struck each of them down in a rage. When he killed the last sister, the beast awoke in a rage and began to rip apart the entire island until it sank into the sea.[1]

It is unknown what happened to the Beast after the Isle had been destroyed. The Beast either dwells someone where in the deep sea near the Isle of the Four sisters or drowned after the destruction of the Isle.

Habitat Edit

The Beast lived underneath the Isle of the Four Sisters. It slept in the very rock the Isle rested on.[1]


The painting in Tales of Deltora depicts The Beast as a huge bipedal creature with extremely muscular arms and body. Its head is covered in horns and has multiple, blue eyes, and it has several large, sharp teeth.[1]

Behaviour Edit

The Beast mainly slept underneath the Isle because the singing of the Four Sisters soothed it and kept it asleep. When the Sisters were struck down by the Shadow Lord, the Beast awoke and it was furious. It immediately began destroying the complete island. The Beast could have a very violent nature, destroying anything when awake or it was simply enraged because it had been woken from its sleep. It is clear however that the behaviour of the Beast mainly consists of destruction and sleeping.[1]

Diet Edit

It is unknown what the Beast ate but it is likely that it would devour anything.[1]

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Rodda, Emily. Tales of Deltora. Scholastic Australia. 2005.

See also Edit

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