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It would be amazing if it was Argon, but it was said that his mother was a druid and his father a great warrior..so his father must be human.. the greatest warrior is Erec.. then there's Andronicus..but he's not human..i don't know I just want the next book to be out!
I was thinking the exact same thing.
I'm thinking Andronicus even though he's not human. I'm thinking Thor and Luanda are somewhat related. When is book 5 out? !?!
I'm thinking it's the Srog character that was briefly introduced since Erec is too young and Andronicus isn't human.
Gosh I hope that it isn't King MacGil considering the Thor/Gwen relationship. That was alluded to in one of the earlier books when MacGil and the Queen fought over Thor.
I can see it now...Andronicus: "Thor, I am your Father!"Thor: "Nooooooo!!!!"Then Thor cuts his hand off. Opposite of Star Wars and the battle between Luke and Darth Vader.but I am thinking it is probably going to be
I have no idea...LOL!!!
Originally I had the theory of it being King MacGill due to the fact that the queen was opposed to Thor's staying in the castle, also when the King and Argon were conversing privately regarding Thor, the king asked about his father, and knowing Argons personality his answer was quite vague as well " What about him?" whilst looking at the king. Dont forget that the only a King from the Macgill line can wield the Destiny Sword? so if we gather what we know of this it is quite likely that Thor maybe related to Gwen.If not for this hypothesis i presume his father might be an unknown character, the kingdoms greatest knight BEFORE Erec. I guess this is all i've managed to sort out. Also I doubt that Andronicus is the father because Thor's mother was inside the ring when leaving Thor with his non-biological father, so im sure we can rule that out.Please I am dying to know when the 5th book is due to be published!!!
One quick note, I am not sure that it expressly says that it has to be a MacGill king. Might be wrong
I read everyone's posts and thought the same thing everyone else did.
Erec is his father and the mysterious Alistair is his mother. Why? Because time has no meaning. But in case Druids don't have a spare police box hanging about.Being that Erec is 25 and Thor is about 14 or 15 it isn't possible that he's his father.
I don't think we know who either the mother or father is yet
Morgan.....it is never advisable to place sections of your plot into your blog as those who are yet to read your books will have events spoiled for them by the revelation of things as significant as Thor's father. Food for thought!
I'm probalby wrong but the book never says that it is not going to be Gwen who wields the sword
But if I am right that means they probalby are not related
Book 4 at the end Thor goes on a quest to retrieve the sword, which ,means he will have a chance to hold it
I think Alistair and Thor are brother and sister, and I'm pretty sure it was Alistair who stole the sword. only a great warrior could hold Andronicus at bay outside of the ring and apparently there is another human kingdom outside of the ring somewhere on their planet. Alistair used her druid power to lift the sword, but has yet to wield it. MacGill line could have forked a few generations ago, and this other human kingdom is ruled by a true MacGill king. At best Thor and Gwen are distant cousins.