She was married to Prince Near. While her brother Kruin was killing all his heirs, believing it would secure his immortality, Amantine was pregnant with her son Prince Ton. Kruin wanted to cut the baby out of her, and kill it even before it was born. Torisen protected her, and Kruin died.
- ↑ The Sea of Time, "Chapter XIII: Dreams and Nightmares", I — " 'You would not dare,' Princess Amantine said, and this time her tone shook with more than anger. 'Would I not?' Kruin was panting now. He sounded ghastly. 'If your child is a son… what are heirs for… if not to prolong… the life of their king? If I must take him as he is… I shall.' "
- ↑ The Sea of Time, "Chapter XIII: Dreams and Nightmares", II — " 'It apparently isn’t poison: like most of the Council these days, the prince has a taster. I didn’t see him myself, but according to the servants he’s wasting away. The princess is beside herself.' […] Motherhood hadn’t softened Amantine’s militant nature. If her husband died, she was apt to declare war on Urakarn unilaterally."
- ↑ The Sea of Time, "Chapter XIII: Dreams and Nightmares", III — "That night, Prince Near died. At Princess Amantine’s insistence and on the basis of the Gnasher’s attack, Kothifir declared war on Urakarn."
- ↑ The Sea of Time, "Chapter XXII: The End of Many Things", III — " 'Lady Cella was waiting for her below,' he reported back. 'She tackled Princess Amantine and they both fell through the broken rail, off the tower.' "
- ↑ The Sea of Time, "Chapter XXIII: The Feast of Fools", I — "As it happened, Princess Amantine survived the fall, if with sundry broken bones. The unhappy Lady Cella did not."