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Pirran Islands
General information
Tribes

Plumes, Aurons, Kerons

Residents

The Pirrans

Physical information
Location

Underneath Deltora in the secret sea of the Pirran Caverns

Government
Ruler

The respective Piper of each Pirran tribe

Chronological information
First appearance

Cavern of The Fear

Last appearance

The Shadowlands

Location on map
map of the Underground sea
The Pirran Islands refer to the Isles of Plume, Auron and Keras located in the Pirran Caverns.[1]

History

After the Shadow Lord invaded the land of Pirra, the Pirrans were forced to use their magic to will the earth to swallow them whole to escape its evil. They settled onto three islands, which they named after the three candidates for Piper that they had tried to back.

Years later, two Deltorans, Alyss and Rosnan, fled into the Pirran Caverns and made their way to the island of Keras, where their children intermarried with the Kerons. Their story was later known as The Girl with the Golden Hair and became one of the Tenna Birdsong Tales.

Later still, the islands were visited by Doran the Dragonlover, who befriended each of the three Pirran tribes and drew a map of the Pirran Sea.[2]

Cavern of The Fear

Jasmine learned about the story of the Pirran Islands when she read The Girl with the Golden Hair in The Deltora Annals. She traveled to the Islands with Glock in order to find a way into the Shadowlands, and was followed by Lief and Barda.[1]

Locations

Isle of Plume

Main article: Plume

The Isle of Plume is home to the Plumes, who are the former inhabitants of Pirra.

Isle of Auron

Main article: Auron

The Isle of Auron was home to the dome-dwelling Aurons, who were the former inhabitants of Pirra.

Isle of Keras

Main article: Keras

The Isle of Keras is home to the Kerons, who are the former inhabitants of Pirra.

Trivia

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Rodda, Emily. Cavern of The Fear. Scholastic Australia. 2002.
  2. Rodda, Emily. Tales of Deltora. Scholastic Australia. 2005.

See also

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