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The tribe of Tora is one of the seven tribes in Deltora. Their gem is the Amethyst and they reside primarily in the city of Tora in Amethyst territory. The members of the tribe are known for their beauty, ancient folklore, and strong magic.
The sorcerer Malverlain landed on the Amethyst coast of the Land of Dragons. Detecting an evil presence in their land, the Torans banished him from their territory.
At some point early in Deltora's history, the Torans magically carved their famous city from a mountain of marble. The city is one piece, without any seams or cracks.
The time of Adin
The Torans were the last tribe to present their talisman to Adin for the construction of the Belt of Deltora. After the Battle for Deltora, the Torans swore an oath of loyalty to Adin and his heirs. If the oath should be broken, the Torans would be swept away from their city and live in dishonour.
The invasion of the Shadow Lord
As the centuries passed, the Torans grew haughty and complacent. When Jarred, pretending to be Endon, wrote to the Torans, pleading for sanctuary, they refused. The oath was broken, and the entire city's population was swept away to the Valley of the Lost. There they lived as subjects of the Guardian for almost seventeen years.
The Valley of the Lost
The Restoration of the Belt
After reclaiming Deltora, King Lief forgave the Torans in Adin's name, allowing them to return to the city of Tora.
Cavern of The Fear
Lief and Doom traveled to Tora to find Lief's heir.
Isle of the Dead
The Sister of the South
The Toran people are tall and slender, with black, silky hair that hangs to their waists. They have long smooth faces, with dark eyes and slanted eyebrows. They wear brightly coloured robes with long sleeves that reach the ground.