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Where Waters Meet
General information
Tribes

Tora

Physical information
Location

West

Territory

Amethyst territory

Island

Deltora

Chronological information
First appearance

The Maze of the Beast

Last appearance

Secrets of Deltora

Location on map
Map of Amethyst territory
Marker
Where Waters Meet is a small village in Amethyst territory which lies near the River Tor and north of Tora. The town was deserted for some time during the reign of the Shadow Lord in Deltora, but at the time of the quest to destroy the Four Sisters, it was being rebuilt.[1][2]

History

Secrets of Deltora

Doran stopped at Where Water's Meet on his journey writing Secrets of Deltora.[1]

Deltora Book of Monsters

Ranesh told Josef that he grew up in Where Waters Meet, but was captured by a band of pirates and taken to the Maze of the Beast until he eventually escaped.[3]

The Maze of the Beast

A band of pirates came to Where Waters Meet and demanded the people pay them tribute. When they refused, the pirates attacked the town. Some of them carved their names into the ruined buildings.

Lief, Barda, Jasmine, and Dain all came to the ruins after they had split up. Jasmine came first and left a coded message for the others to tell them how far ahead she was.[2]

Isle of the Dead

After the Shadow Lord's defeat and the rescue of the slaves from the Shadowlands, the people of Where Waters Meet had begun to rebuild their town, with Ranesh's help. By the time the Sister of the East and of the North was destroyed by Lief, Barda and Jasmine with help from Deltora's dragons, the work had been completed. Ranesh mentioned this when he met the king and his companions in the Dreaming Dunes, a good way into their journey towards the Sister of the West.[4]

Trivia

  • The town is built on the delta where the River Tor joins the Broad River.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Rodda, Emily. Secrets of Deltora. Scholastic Australia. 2008.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Rodda, Emily. The Maze of the Beast. Scholastic Australia. 2001.
  3. Rodda, Emily. The Deltora Book of Monsters. Scholastic Australia. 2001.
  4. Rodda, Emily. Dragon's Nest. Scholastic Australia. 2004.

See also