Why not say Puc instead of a powerfull sorcerer? In time (if you continue to read the books) Puc will become the most powerfull sorcerer ever. Not only will he have Greater magic at his command, but also Lesser and so much more. He would be a perfect mentor, considering the fact that he is befriended with Thomas, the poweful Valheru Warlord of Elvandar. Puc has learned many powers of the Valheru and could easily teach it to her.
PS: a great character
I am glad to see that I am not the only one who loves RE Feist. I too have created a few books based on them. Four times Puc (he is really awesome), two times Thomas (but the DM was a pain in the ass when it came to 'special and ancient powers'. He didn't let me do anything), once Robbie the Hand (he was actually quite enjoyable, even though I generally dislike rogues) and once Prince Arutha (but being a prince was very troublesome, as I had 'obligations to the Kingdom', as I sead: my DM can be quite a pain in the ass). Go to Comment
It is said by the village gray beards Of Breen, that the band of human exiles who founded their prosperous farming settelment almost a century ago,had to fight a long,savage struggle with the original inhabitants of the fertile valley;monstrous trolls that saw the new arrivals as meals, rather than as potential neighbours.After 5 long years, the humans with their superior steel weapons, drove the troll tribe into the bleak highlands and hills sourounding the valley.But as time passed, the old tale begun to become legend, rather than history and is regarded by most, as a mere story used by parents to frighten disobediant children.And yet the village leaders have always forbidden their people from wandering the hills....