Glendar was the son of Cethron Highlord by his consort Lorien. He was younger than his half-siblings Gerridon and Jamethiel Dream-Weaver. In "Hearts of Woven Shadow", Ganth recounts how Glendar, as the younger son in the family, had been overlooked and seen as useless until Gerridon fell.
- ↑ Dark of the Moon, "Appendix II: The Master's Generation"
- ↑ Blood and Ivory: A Tapestry, "Hearts of Woven Shadow" — " 'Rise up, High lord of the Kencyrath,' the Arrin-ken had said to Gerridon's younger brother on that terrible night—Glendar, whom his family had counted as worthless, who had been taught to think of himself as little better."
- ↑ Seeker's Mask, "Part III: The Riverland", VI — " 'But the first time the God-voice spoke was on this world, just after the Fall. The Arrin-ken had made Glendar Highlord in place of his brother Gerridon, Master of Knorth.' "
- ↑ Honor's Paradox, "Chapter I: Songs in the Night", I — "Moreover, there sat Glendar’s heir, the Knorth Lordan,"
- ↑ God Stalk, Book II: Crown of Nights, "Chapter 8: Voices of the Past" — " 'Ganth of Knorth? […] Who was he, anyway?' 'Why, Glendar's heir, Highlord of the Kencyrath.' "