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This is somewhat complicated, and as far as I know needs to be answered from the books. The Westland is controlled by the Elves, who are are ruled by King Eventine Elessedil. They are the only unified kingdom. The Southland is mostly ruled by the Federation, which is more of a council and does not have a king or any person on it that you ever hear. The ...


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In the books there's the King of the Elves, the King of the Dwarves, and the King of the Silver River. Only the Elf King could be said to be the King of the Westland. No other race or land has a unified leadership, though smaller tribes/countries may have a leader they consider a "king". The Four Lands should make it clear that these are geographic, not ...


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I'll be honest, I don't remember Allanon ever explicitly telling Wil he planned to make him a Druid, but for sake of argument I'll assume you're right and I just missed it. If so, I would have to chalk it up to some sloppy writing by the people who adapted Elfstones of Shannara for TV, because that plot element isn't anywhere in the source material, and it ...


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He has his body because it was Allanon's blood used in the ritual. The Warlock Lord was resurrected using the blood of Allanon, thus the Warlock Lord took his form. Here's the article that summarizes it nicely. In last week's double-header of The Shannara Chronicles, fans got to see Bandon (Marcus Vanco) finally resurrect the Warlock Lord after almost an ...


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According to this answer on scifi.stackexchange it states that due to the fact that Warlock Lord was resurrected using Allanon's blood he was having the same face as Allanon. Bandon managed to obtain the Warlock Sword from the Dagda Mor, and later, he found the heart of the Warlock Lord in Skull Mountain. By holding Flick ransom, he was also able to coerce ...


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