Fidelyon: ‘F’ with Ethaniel

‘F’ with Ethaniel:

Ethaniel, the main character in my novel, Fidelyon, has taken it upon himself to introduce you to his world by going through an alphabet of terms and names.

This is the letter you’ve all been waiting for, isn’t it? Admit it, you want to know what Fidelyon means. And if you don’t, then I’m going to tell you anyway. Well, as much of it as I know anyway, which frankly isn’t as much as I’d like to know.

Fidelyon is the word emblazoned on the Shield of the Prince. Gold letters on green in the ancient language…it looks pretty cool. As for its meaning, as far as I can understand, it stands for ‘a faith that gives all’. That seems clear enough, but I’ve a feeling there’s something more, or that the word ‘fidelyon’ is part of a clue.

You see, in the prophecy about the shield and the spear and the clash, there’s a line that talks about discovering the riddle of the nameless shield. Since it bears the word ‘fidelyon’, I’m assuming that ‘fidelyon’ has something to do with the riddle…whatever the riddle exactly it. I guess that’s why it’s a riddle, because if I knew it then there wouldn’t be much glory in solving it. Still, the shield could give me some help.

For now I’m waiting, hoping that something will happen to reveal the meaning. Until then, let us all keep the faith with fidelyon.

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Fereleth, Carrier of Light

So helpful, Ethaniel. *smirks*

Cait @ Paper Fury

Is this from a book you’re writing? That’s really cool that you’ve made up a whole language!! I have trouble enough just writing one language haha. 😂

Yep, it is. Though Fidelyon is the only word of the ancient language that I know. The rest exists somewhere, I assume, but it’s not important to the story. 😀

Fereleth, Carrier of Light

Does anyone else love the way writers talk (and think) about their work like it’s already happened and they only have to find it?

And yet it is true. Once one reaches a certain point it’s more about discovering the story than making it up. 😉

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