Adin knew that he was the one who must fill the medallions in the belt.
Dorne is in need of more information! Dorne is lacking a detailed History that include events from Dorne's ancient history — see Tales of Deltora 2013 edition, as well as clues found in throughout the Three Doors trilogy, most noticeably The Golden Door and The Third Door. Also include info about the alternative future seen in The Silver Door. An interestion note is that Dorne was changed by the same seismic activty that changed the face of Deltora, or that "changed the world" according to Tales of Deltora 2013 edition.
Dorne is predominately covered in forests, originally home to the Fellan. Its coast became populated by humans and much of the island is farmland. In the centre of the island is a mountain, which was carved out to make Weld. Residents of Weld believed their city was much larger than it was, covering a large section of the island.
Humans live in the cities of New Nerra and in Weld. They had a fragile treaty with the Fellan agreeing not to attack one another.
They once lived everywhere in Dorne but retreated to the Fell Zone after the arrival of the humans and stayed there after making a treaty with the humans. They are magic-wielders and live for centuries. They are naturally suspicious of humans and do not welcome them into the Fell Zone. The Fellans are important for the survival of Dorne, although few realise it. They maintain a magical barrier around the island, hence protecting it from invasion by the Shadow Lord.
Trees and vines of the Fell Zone
Dorne is an elective chiefdom with the chieftain or chieftess being chosen by the people voting.
Colonization of Dorne
Nerra (now known as New Nerra)
The Fell Zone (was much bigger than current area)
Past (1,000 years ago)
Oltan Bay (now known as New Nerra)
Fleet (now known as Riverside)
The Fell Zone
The Fell Zone
The Saltings (used to be Weld and the Fell Zone)
The Scour (used to be Fell End and the surrounding farms)