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armourereric Jul 1 2015 01:10 AM

What is the significnce of F'lon/F'lar's eyecoloring
 
As I go through my Pern books again, I see multiple references to F'lon and F'lar's amber eye coloring as if it signifies something significant. What am I missing here.

Michelle Aug 10 2015 05:30 AM

Re: What is the significnce of F'lon/F'lar's eyecoloring
 
Amber is a moderately unusual and fairly striking eye colour so I think that really is all that it is. It's just a quick and dirty way Anne can make her male protagonist (and designated love interest) special and attractive/interesting.

GinnyStar Aug 10 2015 10:22 PM

Re: What is the significnce of F'lon/F'lar's eyecoloring
 
F'lon, their father and his half-brother also were that color.

armourereric Aug 11 2015 09:01 PM

Re: What is the significnce of F'lon/F'lar's eyecoloring
 
Thanks, I was wondering if I was missing a reference that maybe that trait carried all the way through from a particular original colonist.

GinnyStar Aug 12 2015 12:10 AM

Re: What is the significnce of F'lon/F'lar's eyecoloring
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by armourereric (Post 197145)
Thanks, I was wondering if I was missing a reference that maybe that trait carried all the way through from a particular original colonist.

a belated welcome, to you.

Glad I could help. :blush:

:yawn::sleepy: S'lan a grandson eye color was said, F'lessan is gray like his mother.


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