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Ogden
Biographical information
Tribe

The Travellers

Home

None, leads nomadic lifestyle on Maris

Age

Old

Status

Alive

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Eye colour

Black

Personal information
Relatives

Unnamed wife
Zeel (adopted daughter)

Love interest(s)

Unnamed wife

Allies

Rowan, Zeel, Lann, Doss, Perlain, Allun, the Travellers, the Maris

Enemies

The Zebak, the Unrin trees, ice creepers

Chronological and political information
Profession

Storyteller

Position

Leader of the Travellers

Affiliation

The Travellers

First appearance

Rowan and the Travellers

Last appearance

Rowan of the Bukshah

Ogden is the leader of the Travellers and the adoptive father of Zeel. He is a talented storyteller.[1]

History[]

Rowan and the Travellers[]

Rowan and the Zebak[]

Rowan of the Bukshah[]

Physical appearance[]

Ogden is slender, has deep set black eyes and a beaky hawk-like nose.[nb 1][nb 2] He has slanted eyebrows and dark brown skin.[1][1][2][nb 3]

Personality[]

Abilities[]

Ogden is a talented storyteller. Traveller children never tire of listening to his tales. He remembers a lot of ancient tales that dates back hundreds of years, to the time when the people of Rin were the people of the Valley of Gold.[1] As part of the Travellers, he has the power to summon winds.[1]

Relatives[]

Appearances[]

Rowan of Rin[]

Trivia[]

Notes[]

  1. Rowan and the Travellers - Ch. 6 "The Valley of Gold": Ogden looked around at the wide eyes of the children sitting at his feet. The wood of his campfire popped and spat. Under his beaky nose his lips curved into a smile.
  2. Rowan of the Bukshah - Ch. 18 "Before Dawn": A picture of Ogden's dark, hawk-like face floated into his mind
  3. Rowan and the Travellers
    Ch. 8 "The Storyteller": “So, Rowan of the Bukshah,” said Ogden, putting out a thin brown hand to beckon him closer.
    Ch. 14 - "Shocks": Ogden said nothing. He rolled the stalk of the slip-daisy leaf around and around in his thin brown fingers.

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Rodda, Emily. Rowan and the Travellers. Scholastic Australia. 1994. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "RZ" defined multiple times with different content
  2. Rodda, Emily. Rowan of the Bukshah. Scholastic Australia. 2003.

See also[]

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