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Trell
Biographical information
Status

Deceased

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Personal information
Allies

Shadow Lord

Enemies

Adin

Weapon of choice

Sword

Chronological and political information
Profession

Commander

Position

Commander of the Shadow Army

Affiliation

Shadow Army

First appearance

Tales of Deltora (only appearance)

Trell was the commanding officer of the Shadow Army. He led, alongside Sheela, during the Battle for Deltora. Trell was the descendant of Deltoran moutain bandits.[1]

History

Battle for Deltora

Trell was the commanding officer during the Battle for Deltora. He led the Shadow Army into battle and worked closely with Sheela. He was shocked when he saw Greers falling to their deaths and could not believe what he was seeing.[1]

Killing of Sheela

After Sheela had seen the downfall of her Greers, she realised she was no longer needed and prepared to gallop away. Commander Trell asked her what she was doing and ordered her to remain. When Sheela further angered Trell by mocking him, Trell stabbed her, piercing her heart.[1]

Physical appearance

Trell were a fine-looking man. He wore gold bands clasped around his wrists and gold hoops, hung from his ears. His eyes were "as cold as stones" — expressionless and showing little emotion. He rode a tall grey horse, which once belonged to a Rithmere chief, and the chief's bleached skull swung from the saddle of the horse.[1]

Personality

Trell often asserted his authority and saw himself above everyone, especially Sheela. His only loyalty was to himself, implying that he did not even care for the Shadow Lord, and only followed him because of what he might gain. He could be angered very easily and often did things out of rage.[1]

Abilities

Trell was a talented fighter and leader and had excellent sword skills.

Appearances

Deltora Quest

Other

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Rodda, Emily. Tales of Deltora. Scholastic Australia. 2005.

See also

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