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Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. In Greenwitch , he is jealous of Will because Merriman brought him to Cornwall for "unnecessary" reasons, but eventually warms up to him. He loves sailing and anything to do with ships. Jane Drew: Jane is the middle Drew. In Greenwitch , Jane is allowed to attend the Greenwitch ceremony, which is traditionally for female locals only, and through her compassion develops a special bond with the entity which constitutes the magical aspect of the Greenwitch.
She subsequently receives from the entity the case containing the coded manuscript for deciphering the runes on the Grail.
She also develops a special bond with the Lady of the Light in Silver on the Tree. Barnabas Barney Drew: Barney is the youngest of the Drews. He loves King Arthur legends and, although he is quite wary of his talent at first, paints.
In Greenwitch , Barney sketches a picture of the bay, which is later stolen by an agent of the Dark, but Merriman recovers it and presents it to Tethys as a gift. Old Ones: Ancient and immortal, the Old Ones are mystical beings who possess great magical power. They are found in all parts of the world and are of many races and cultures. Capable of performing many seemingly impossible feats, including freezing time and controlling the elements, they serve the Light in the war against the Dark.
The two factions struggle to determine the destiny of mankind; while the Light fights for freedom and free will, the Dark fights for chaos, confusion and the subversion of man's agency. Will Stanton: The main character of the second novel, and a major character in the entire series, he is the seventh son of a seventh son , in a large, close human family. His eleventh birthday [b] marks the beginning of his magical awakening and rise to power as the last of the Old Ones.
The Dark Is Rising tells how he came to power, met Merriman Lyon, and accumulated the six "signs" to help fight the Dark. Will is the last of the Old Ones; no others will be born after him. In Greenwitch , he is invited to come to Cornwall by Merriman in order to help recover the Grail and cypher that reveals how to read the runes on the Grail. He later gives Jane a bracelet of gold engraved with the words, "power from the Greenwitch", which she throws into the sea as an offering to the Greenwitch in appreciation for its help.
Will is the only Old One to remain on Earth afterward, and the only one of the Light's allies who remembers the struggle against the Dark; in this, he is referred to as "the watchman", staying behind to keep watch for any attempt by the Dark to return.
Cooper named Will for William Shakespeare. He and Will Stanton have a special bond as each of them is one end of the long line of Old Ones. A friend of the Drew family for over a generation, he assisted Barney, Jane, and Simon in their quest for the Grail, in addition to protecting them until their task was completed; they occasionally refer to him as "Great Uncle Merry" or "Gumerry".
Throughout the series Merriman is portrayed in numerous historical periods, but particularly as King Arthur's chief adviser, the mythical Merlin , as Arthur calls him "Mer Lion", old English for "my lion", in Silver on the Tree.
Gentle, wise and enigmatic, she is a pivotal figure throughout the series, appearing usually at important moments to turn the tide in the Light's favor.
She is an especial friend and mentor to Will and Jane. Merriman tells Will that the Lady on her own is the only one of the Light able to overcome the full power of the Dark, although at a great cost. The sacrifice by the Lady is a critical point in the Story because she is a key element of the battle. At a later high ceremony of Old Ones, the Lady is missing and Merriman tells Will that her depleted power prevents her arrival, and she is beyond their magic to rescue but will return.
In Silver on the Tree, she initially can only communicate with Jane Drew, the one girl among the Six, telling Jane they share a special bond in being female, and calls her "Jane, Jana, Juno", referring to Jana in Roman mythology, a variant form of Diana or Juno , the queen of the gods. The Rider is the major nemesis of Will during his many trials.
He patronises John Wayland Smith's establishment, where he meets Will for the first time and attempts to bring Will over to the Dark. The White Rider is almost equal in power to the Black Rider, and despite being feminine in her true form, often affects a masculine guise while attacking agents of the Light.
She is revealed as disguising herself as Blodwen Rowlands, an "aunt" figure to Bran Davies. She acts kind and caring, to keep an eye on Bran while developing emotional bonds, while controlling events around Cader Idris, which means "chair of Arthur", and the Sleepers. Will Stanton hypothesized that the monochromatic 'colour' of the White Rider's robes, like those of the Black Rider, reflected the extremism of their evil—either darkened by their ignorance, or blinded by the brightness of their ideas.
The Walker: A human who betrayed the Light and was cursed to carry the Sign of Bronze, one of six Things of Power that repel the Dark, through the centuries until the last Old One claimed it from him. The Walker was once Hawkin, a liege man and foster son of Merriman during the 13th century.
His betrayal of the Light stemmed largely from Merriman's acceptance of Hawkin's willingness to sacrifice his life to protect the Book of Gramarye, the secrets of which the human Hawkin can neither possess nor partake of.
He presents Will with his second sign. The Sleepers: Ancient knights who served during the time of King Arthur.
In The Grey King they are awakened from a mystic slumber by the Harp of the Light, to ride against the Dark during the final battle in Silver on the Tree. Pendragon : This is a reference to two characters. First, it is the figurative title referring to status as a leader, of several traditional Kings of the Britons , notably King Arthur.
It is also his son in this series, Bran Davies, who is predestined to wield the Crystal Sword of Light that is vital to the final conflict with the Dark. Bran Davies is brought forward in time by Merriman at the request of his mother, Guinevere , who feared that Arthur would reject Bran as a true son because of Guinevere's affair with Lancelot. Bran is an albino , meaning he has very pale skin and white hair, eyebrows, and eyelashes, but his eyes are an unusual tawny colour.
The rooks : The majority of these birds are servants of the Dark and attract their forces wherever they are seen. Though he is affiliated with the Light, he aids all who pass in his smithy. It is suggested that he might be the legendary Saxon smith, Weyland , the Saxon equivalent of the legendary elf smith Volund.
Greenwitch is the story of the recovery of the stolen Grail. The Signs: A set of six circles quartered divided evenly in four sections by crosses. The six signs are each made of a different material and represent a different element : wood , bronze , iron , water , fire , and stone. Norton, Softcover.
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