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The Riftwar

This is a collection of my notes about the Riftwar Cycle by Raymond E. Feist. There are different worlds with many nations and races; the primary worlds being Midkemia and Kelewan. On these worlds are many races and gods. If some of this looks vaguely familiar, I started a lot of articles on Wikipedia that have since been deleted, so I am bringing the information here.

The Riftwar Cycle novels

The Riftwar Saga

  1. Magician: Apprentice (1982)
  2. Magician: Master (1982)
  3. Silverthorn (1985)
  4. A Darkness at Sethanon (1986)

The Empire Trilogy

with Janny Wurts

  1. Daughter of the Empire (1987)
  2. Servant of the Empire (1990)
  3. Mistress of the Empire (1992)

The Riftwar Legacy

  1. Krondor: The Betrayal (1998)
  2. Krondor: The Assasins (1999)
  3. Krondor: Tear of the Gods (2000)
  4. Jimmy and the Crawler (2013)

Legends of the Riftwar

  1. Honoured Enemy (2001) with William R. Forstchen
  2. Murder in LaMut (2002) with Joel Rosenberg
  3. Jimmy the Hand (2003) with S. M. Sterling

Krondor's Sons

  1. Prince of the Blood (1989)
  2. The King's Buccaneer (1992)

The SerpentWar Saga

  1. Shadow of a Dark Queen (1994)
  2. Rise of a Merchant Prince (1995)
  3. Rage of a Demon King (1997)
  4. Shards of a Broken Crown (1998)

Conclave of Shadows

  1. Talon of the Silver Hawk (2002)
  2. King of Foxes (2003)
  3. Exile's Return (2004)

The Darkwar Saga

  1. Flight of the Night Hawks (2005)
  2. Into the Dark Realm (2006)
  3. Wrath of a Mad God (2008)

The Demonwar Saga

  1. Rides a Dread Legion (2009)
  2. At the Gates of Darkness (2010)

The Chaoswar Saga

  1. A Kingdom Besieged (2011)
  2. A Crown Imperiled (2012)
  3. Magician's End (2013)

Common race

Humanity on Midkemia and Kelewan is as diverse as it is on Earth, with many clear analogues to real-world cultures, from Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas. Humans did not originate on these worlds, they fled to them through rifts in space-time when the Valharu rose up to challenge the gods. Since then, the humans have flourished into the dominant race on those planets.

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