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|gear = Uses a backpack to carry important messages
 
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'''Conall''' is a black male beetle and companion of [[Roibin]]. He helps out around [[Lockhaven]] by delivering messages.
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'''Conall''' is a male [[Beetles|beetle]] and companion of [[Roibin]]. He helps out around [[Lockhaven]] by delivering messages.
 
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==Biography==
 
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*In the first issue of [[Winter 1152]], Conall is called "Cornall" by Roibin. However, from then on in, he is referred to as Conall, suggesting this was merely a spelling error on [[David Petersen]]'s behalf.
 
*In the first issue of [[Winter 1152]], Conall is called "Cornall" by Roibin. However, from then on in, he is referred to as Conall, suggesting this was merely a spelling error on [[David Petersen]]'s behalf.
   
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==Source==
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*[[Winter 1152]]
 
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Revision as of 02:56, March 27, 2012


Conall
Conall
Affiliations
Current: Lockhaven
Past: N/A
Biographical
Gender: Male
Species: Beetle
Gear: Uses a backpack to carry important messages
Profession: Messenger
Relations
Allies: Roibin
Enemies: Unknown
Book Appearances
Living: Winter 1152
Dead: None

Conall is a male beetle and companion of Roibin. He helps out around Lockhaven by delivering messages.

Biography

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Trivia

  • In the first issue of Winter 1152, Conall is called "Cornall" by Roibin. However, from then on in, he is referred to as Conall, suggesting this was merely a spelling error on David Petersen's behalf.

Source

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