Time Line

About Edit

The linear line that time passes through normally without any interference. It's the Pythia's job to block any tampering with it. [1]

Characteristics / Traits / NatureEdit


  • The Pythia Power directs the Pythia to where someone is attempting to tamper with the Timeline.

Groups or Persons Devoted to Tampering with the TimelineEdit

Fey TimelineEdit

The Fey timeline isn't in sync with that on the mortal plane. A few centuries can be a few years. A day can be a week or a week can be a day... or the same day... or months. There is no set pattern to it. [2] [3]

Other DetailsEdit

Associated Characters, Groups, Places, etc. Edit

Events in the Series Edit

This section may have spoilers. Think of the book title as a "Spoiler Warning" if you haven’t read it yet.

1. Touch the DarkEdit

Mircea Basarab believes that the Pythia Power has been showing Cassie where the problem lies, where someone is attempting to alter the time line. And, that is why she keep going back to the same time and place. He deduces that Rasputin with Myra's help is going to try to prevent Louis-Cesare from being made a vampire by killing him before he is fully changed.[4]

2. Claimed by ShadowEdit

Marlowe explains to Cassie how the timeline between the mortal world and Faerie is totally skewed.[5]

3. Embrace the NightEdit

4. Curse the DawnEdit

5. Hunt the MoonEdit

6. Tempt the StarsEdit

7. Reap the WindEdit

8. Ride the StormEdit

See Also Edit

Book References Edit

  1. Touch the Dark, ch. 13
  2. Claimed by Shadow, ch. 10
  3. Embrace the Night, ch. 5
  4. Touch the Dark, ch. 13
  5. Claimed by Shadow, ch. 10

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