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The Elemenstor Cycle

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The Elemenstor Cycle


An index of the thirteen books of Tycho Brahe's Elemenstor Saga novella cycle, with a plot summary and links to each book's own page. These tales are the core canon tales of the Elemenstors and the land of Battal, and the touchstone for most other works related to the saga.


See the Availability page for information on hardback and paper back availability of each title.


Also, check out the Excerpts from the cycle that are recounted here.


There is an Elemenstor Cycle specific timeline which attempts to breakdown the core periods covered by the books. Since the books often jump around in time and include many digressions which take place in drastically different periods, only the major linear events are included.




Also of note is Book 13 and a Half: The Eternal Timesorc'ley of Middlemoon (Colloquially, I Can't Believe It's Not Canon!), which many believe to be written by Tycho Brahe, but is not generally accepted as canonical.


There are now also 3 re-written versions of Book 1, being Book 1: Epic, Book 1: Extreme and Book 1: Romance, all released for the 10th anniversary of the first book. There is also rumors of a Book 1: Crap, although they are not given much credence.


The controversial but earnest prequel tetralogy, The Harbinger Cycle is considered seperate, but still closely related.


* We're trying to be somewhat authoritative about this. While the penultimate three books of the cycle do indeed bring the epic narrative to a climax with the war of the hierarchs, the nicknames adopted for these episodes by some of the ELotH:TES fan community should not actually replace the real titles so carefully chosen by Mr. Brahe.

Comments (5)

Tim said

at 7:01 pm on Jun 28, 2006

So I now list all pages that refer to each of the books on those book pages... that should help someone get a feel for how the books are referenced on the wiki if they are reading the article...

Tim said

at 7:01 pm on Jun 28, 2006

what do we think? Good idea? Bad idea?

Anonymous said

at 7:22 pm on Jun 28, 2006

Probably a good idea, however its a long list so we should come up with a better way to present it than having it all in one line. Possibly separate it out in to People, Places, Things. I don't know how complicated it would be to do that automatically though.

Tim said

at 7:26 pm on Jun 28, 2006

not super complicated assuming that each of those links is categorized

Anonymous said

at 9:14 pm on Jun 28, 2006

Then lets try it and see how it looks, at least the ones that have been categorized.

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