Two-thirds of the People fell that night, Highborn and Kendar. "Rise up, Highlord of the Kencyrath," said the Arrin-ken to Glendar. "Your brother has forfeited all. Flee, man, flee, and we will follow." And so he fled, Cloak, Knife and Book abandoning, into the new world. Barriers he raised, and his people consecrated them.
– "Jamethiel's Lament", God Stalk, "Chapter 7: The Feast of Fools"
↑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.' "