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 Needles clattered in gnarled hands. A knobby scarf laddered with dropped stitches flew upward and tried to wrap itself around his neck. He fended it off impatiently. "Knit one, purl two… I already did my part in blowing away the weirdingstrom. Leave me alone. I have a kingdom to rule."
 "Tishooo, you're knitting your beard into your scarf."
 "Well, how do you catch a dragon? Go away, girl. I'm busy."
To Ride a Rathorn, "Chapter XIV: To Ride a Rathorn", I

The Falling Man is the elemental personification of air in the Four. He has the form of an old man with a long beard.[2]

The Four were all humans who died at the time when the Kencyr temples activated in Rathillien. The Tishooo was an ambitious old man who claimed to be a god, and to prove it, his followers threw him from a high tower.[3]

The Falling Man is a form of the Tishooo[1] and likely the Witch-King of Nekrien.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 To Ride a Rathorn, "Chapter XIV: To Ride a Rathorn", I — " 'Falling Man, South Wind, Tishooo!' "
  2. To Ride a Rathorn, "Chapter XIV: To Ride a Rathorn", I — "They fell from what surely was an impossible height. Stranger still, an old man fell with them, his dingy-white beard whipping up over his shoulder. He was almost but not quite seated on a throne that fell just beneath him."
  3. Seeker's Mask, "Part VIII: Kithorn" — " 'There was an old man,' it said, 'oh, so clever, so ambitious that he claimed to be a god. To prove it, his followers threw him from a high tower. Now he falls, forever and ever.' "
the Four
Burnt Man
Fire
Earth Wife
Earth
Falling Man
Air
Eaten One
Water

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