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85 in Iron Flame
Violet Sorrengail (notable patient)
Jack Barlowe (notable patient)
Nolon has bright white teeth and a brown skin.
Nolon has openly expressed his disagreement with the conscription of rebellion leaders’ children. He firmly believes that these young individuals shouldn’t bear the burden of their parents’ actions. It’s a well-established fact that the Basgiath War College has never enforced conscription for the Riders Quadrant. Nolon insists that these children should not have been treated differently.
Relationship with Violet Sorrengail
The relationship between Nolon and the protagonist, Violet is complicated. Nolon has mended Violet for many years and has expressed he is fond of her. With almost every interaction, Nolon shows kindness towards Violet.
During the squad challenge, Nolon aids Violet in her and her squad mates escape. He leaves a window open for her so she can find a way out of the cell. However, he does betray Violet, just after she manages to steal the two journals related to raising wards from the archives.
“I never like to see you hurt […] But I can’t protect you from the consequences of your own actions when you risk the safety of every civilian in this kingdom.”
Relationship with Jack Barlowe
Nolon spends months trying to mend Jack Barlowe’s soul. It is implied within the book that Nolon is aware of Jack’s condition and the fact that he is venin. It is assumed that the elixir to sever the bonds between riders and dragons was created specifically to keep Jack at bay, while Nolon uses his signet to try and mend his soul.