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This article is about a song that tells the story of Tirandys' choice. For the concept in Kencyr ethics, see Honor's Paradox (concept). For the sixth novel in the series, see Honor's Paradox (book).


When Gerridon fell, Tirandys felt honor-bound to follow, even though he knew it would lead to his own damnation. Many others followed his example, including Keral. The story of that bitter choice was told in an ancient lay called "Honor's Paradox."
Jame's narration, Dark of the Moon,
"Chapter 3: Old Friends, Old Enemies"

"Honor's Paradox" is an ancient song, from the time of the Fall, that tells the story of Tirandys's struggle with Honor's Paradox and his choice to follow Gerridon.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Dark of the Moon, "Chapter 11: Into Shadows" — " 'But then my lord ordered me to do what was dishonorable. I decided the shame was his alone and did as he commanded. I was wrong. But that was my choice, and I must stand by it. That is my honor now, for as long as I live. May I die soon.' 'B-but that's "Honor's Paradox"!' Jame stammered."

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