Adin knew that he was the one who must fill the medallions in the belt.
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"There are three finalists, remember. Vashti will be one of them, of course, but who knows what might happen on the trial voyage? She might fall overboard and drown—or even worse! After all, life can be very dangerous at sea."
— Lenah to Sisely
After completing the preliminary test, the candidates in the Rosalyn Trust competition, amongst was Lenah, were lead by Trader Sorrel to the Traders' Hall luncheon room. On their way through a broad hallway lined with objects that were part of Del's trading history, Lenah asked her friend Sisely what she had chosen as a good trader's most important quality — she herself had circled "Determination" since her father believed this to be the most important one. Lenah had circled "Determination", but complained that she was likely wrong.
Sisely had found some of the word questions in the test hard, and was not sure if "currant" was the pull of the tide, and "current" the dried fruit or if it was the other way around. Another candidate, Vashti, walking in front of the pair, glanced back to correct Sisely, saying that the fruit ends in "ant", and that it was easy to remember, as long as you just think "that ants like currants, but don't like water." Lenah said that no doubt Vashti had had everything right' and Sisely could not even think of why the rest of the candidates even bothered to come, since all expected Vashti to win in the end. Lenah reminded Sisely there were to be three finalists, but agreed that Vashti would be one of them, but then mischievously added that no one knew what might happen to the girl on the trial voyage, suggesting that Vashti might fall overboard and drown, or even worse. She jerked her head towards a framed letter on the wall penned by the famous Mikah in his own blood, telling of the gruesome quest for the Staff of Tier that had ended in blood and horror, with him steering the Star of Deltora home from the Isle of Tier to Del harbour while mortally wounded. Sisely, spluttering with laughter, hushed Lenah. Smothering their giggles, the girls moved on.
Lenah is smartly dressed, as would be expected of a trader's daughter.
As she is a trader's daughter, Lenah can be assumed to have some sort of skill in trading.
Lenah appears to have a close friendship with Sisely.