The Bellmaker is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1994. It is chronologically the seventh book in the Redwall series; when the land is threatened by the evil Foxwolf Urgan Nagru, his mate Silvamord and their horde of savage grey rats, Mariel Gullwhacker, Joseph the Bellmaker, the rest of the inhabitants of Redwall join forces to free the land from Nagru's oppressive grasp. More than four seasons have passed since Mariel the Warriormouse and the rogue mouse, set off from Redwall in search of adventure, Joseph the Bellmaker is worried. Where is his beloved daughter? Joseph's answer comes to him in a dream, soon he's off, accompanied by the intrepid Finnbarr Galedeep and the brave crew of the good ship, Pearl Queen, to save a kingdom and rescue Mariel, but what's behind the riddle in the dream? Can Joseph guess its meaning and find his daughter before the dreaded Foxwolf, Urgan Nagru, plunders the kingdom of Southsward? Can this be the end of Mariel the Warriormouse? Far away, from the northern sea, the Foxwolf Urgan Nagru and his wife Silvamord arrive in Southsward, bringing two shiploads of rats, storms the Castle Floret.
Nagru, the Foxwolf, captures Gael Squirrelking, his wife Serena, their son Truffen and his nursemaid Muta, a mute badger. Entrance to the castle was gained through Silvamord's deceit in feigning weakness and ill fortune in both herself and Urgan Nagru, she took Truffen the squirrel babe hostage until the gate was opened to the hordes of awaiting rats. Meanwhile and Mariel Gullwhacker have set out from Redwall Abbey but have found themselves stuck in the southern dunes without food. After befriending a hedgehog named Bowly Pintips, they find themselves attempting to save a mole who happened to be under attack by Nagru's rat troops. Just as the trio of would-be rescuers realise their peril, Field Marshal Meldrum Fallowthorn the Magnificent bounds to their aid, accompanied by his four leveret nephews. Back in Southsward, Gael's otter allies have begun planning a rescue mission. Led by Rab Streambattle, the otters manage to rescue Serena and Truffen, but Gael and Muta encounter trouble. Unable to escape and Rab stand their ground against waves of Nagru's rat troops, fighting until they collapse under the innumerable odds, presumed dead.
Dandin and Meldrum survive long enough to fend off Nagru's last effort, two of his psychotic tracking ermine, called Dirgecallers, who were unleashed to track down the escape prisoners. Mariel and her companions manage to kill the trackers, allowing Serena and Truffen to escape to safety, but they are not able to avoid Nagru's rat troops, as they are captured and led back to Castle Floret. Back at Redwall Abbey, Joseph the Bellmaker, the father of Mariel, has a vision. Inspired by Martin the Warrior, the legendary Champion and protector of Redwall, Joseph recruits a hare, a hedgehog, a squirrel and the Foremole, the leader of moles. Accompanied by Log-a-Log and a band of Guosim shrews, the band reaches the coast. Intent on finding the place shown to him in his vision and his companions befriend Finnbarr Galedeep, a rusky wild sea otter, who helps them deceive searat brothers Slipp and Strapp, stealing the excellent Pearl Queen in the process. Strapp steals the crew of his brother and gives chase aboard his ship, the Shalloo, but they are all lost at sea when the ship sinks into a whirlpool called the'Green Maelstrom'.
As Joseph and company sail towards Castle Floret and Urgan Nagru and Blaggut, his good-natured first mate, head into Mossflower Woods. When they awaken, Mariel and Meldrum find themselves in the dungeons of Castle Floret, along with the battered Gael Squirrelking. With a bit of luck and the help of Glokkpod, a shrike, they manage to escape, but Mariel becomes separated from her friends; as she attempts to find safety, Mariel meets Egbert the Scholar, an old mole living beneath Castle Floret, who happened to find Rab and Muta and nursed them back to health. Psychologically damaged from their near-death battle, the two warriors are intense, but refuse to speak. With their help, Mariel lowers the drawbridge. At Redwall Abbey, the two rats have found refuge in the kind, peaceful Abbey. Slipp, after a failed plan to find treasure with a band of Dibbuns, has had enough. After Blaggut learns the truth, he kills his captain and returns to the Abbey with the chalice, seeking forgiveness, which he receives.
On the Pearl Queen, many calamities had befallen the Redwallers and their crew, including whirlpools, shipwrecked islands, crazy toads. Hon Rosie showed up in fine form later. Three young orphans are acquired as well: the squirrel Benjy, the mousemaid Wincey, the little ottermaid Figgs, they arrive at Southsward and, with the help of some clans they meet on the way, arrive at Castle Floret, ready for battle. A massive battle ensues in which Mariel, Meldrum, the otters, Finnbarr and the rest fight Nagru's horde of grey rats, most of which are slaughtered. However, the shrew Fatch, a good friend of Rufe and Durry, is slain by Silvamord, Urgan Nagru's mate. Rab Streambattle, who had reunited with his wife Iris and regained his sanity, kills Silvamord in the moat shortly afterward for although she is a mighty warrior, she is unable to swim. In the final battle, Finnbarr Galedeep engages Urgan Nagru and kills him by smashing the fangs of his wolf skull into the top of his head. However, Finnbarr sadly dies from the wounds inflicted during the fight.
With Urgan vanquished and his horde depleted, peace is restored upon Cast
The Angel's Command
The Angel's Command is a 2003 novel by Brian Jacques, author of the popular children's series Redwall, the sequel to Castaways of the Flying Dutchman. It follows the adventures of an immortal boy and his dog as they face pirates and other dangers from the high seas to the mountains; the Castaways of the Flying Dutchman trilogy is based on the legend of the Flying Dutchman. It tells of how a young boy and his dog managed to escape the fate that befell the ship and its crew. Instead, they were given eternal life, the ability to speak in any tongue, the ability to talk to each other with their thoughts. Ben, the boy, Ned, the dog, are sent on a mission to help those in need. In The Angel's Command, they meet up with a French buccaneer and try to help him fulfill his dream of returning home. Ben and Ned are beset by challenges, the last one causes the death of their dear friend. Afterwards, they meet up with two other young people and Karay, they help an old count find his lost nephew, captive to the Razan, a clan of robbers living in the Pyrenees, led by an old witch.
Ned, Ben and Dominic manage to rescue Adamo. The boy and his dog must move on, their story continues; the novel was followed by a sequel in 2006 titled Voyage of Slaves. Les Naufragés du Hollandais Volant, tome 2: Le Pirate et la sorcière
Mariel of Redwall
Mariel of Redwall is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1991. It is sixth chronologically in the Redwall series; when a young mousemaid loses her memory in a shipwreck, she takes the name "Storm Gullwhacker" after a successful encounter with a seagull. As she regains her memory while at Redwall Abbey, she swears vengeance against Gabool the Wild, the searat who had tried to slay her, had taken her father captive; the story opens by introducing Gabool the Wild, the nefarious King of Searats, who stands at the top of a cliff and watches as a small mousemaid frantically tries to survive in the seas at the bottom of the cliff. The pirate king returns to his fortress, Fort Bladegirt, where one of his captains named Bludrigg demands plunder. Gabool feigns an air of compliance, but beheads Bludrigg. After this short incident, he interrogates Joseph the Bellmaker and attempts to force him to build a bell tower for the enormous bell he captured. Failing in this, he persuades the Bellmaker to interpret the symbols on the bell in exchange for the latter's daughter.
He shoves the old mouse off of a cliff. In the meantime, the mousemaid is rendered unconscious when a piece of flotsam strikes her on the head, she washes up onto the shores, wakes up, unties the rope around her neck. Suffering from severe thirst, the mousemaid searches for water, finds a small pool of it, fends off another gull with her trusty rope. Cogitating on her forgotten identity, the amnesiac mouse names herself Storm Gullwhacker; when weary Storm awakens, she finds herself surrounded by trident-wielding toads, led by one disgruntled Oykamon. The mousemaid is stabbed, she is rescued by Colonel Clary, Brigadier Thyme, Hon Rosie, hares of the Long Patrol. They decide to bring her to Redwall. A reclusive, pedant squirrel, Pakatugg is concerned about secrecy to an extreme degree. At Terramort Isle, Saltar the corsair, brother of Bludrigg, arrives with the Darkqueen. Saltar duels is treacherously killed in a trap. Afterward, the report comes in that Captain Greypatch has stolen the Darkqueen, Gabool's flagship.
Gabool tells his captains that whoever kills Greypatch will be made second-in-command of all searats. Storm and Pakatugg are obdurate and intransigent creatures, they soon part ways, none too peacefully, she attempts to find the way to Redwall by herself, meets an eccentric hare named Tarquin L. Woodsorrel; the two reach Redwall without further incident, Tarquin converses with the badger mother Mellus while Storm gets acquainted with Dandin and Saxtus, two mice. Despite the mousemaid's aversion of baths, Storm grows accustomed to life at Redwall; that night, Dandin and Storm enjoy themselves at the Abbot's Jubilee Feast until Saxtus recites a strange, prophetic poem. The mousemaid falls unconscious; the poem, told the story of Storm's life. The blind herbalist, convinces Storm to tell them her newly remembered life-story. Storm reveals that her real name is Mariel, recounts her peregrination aboard the Periwinkle with her father, Joseph the Bellmaker; the Periwinkle is bound on a course for Salamandastron to deliver a massive bell to the current badger lord, Rawnblade Widestripe.
They are overtaken and boarded by a pirate ship under Saltar, who kills the Periwinkle crew after a brief struggle. Joseph and Mariel are taken to Terramort, she is forced to serve at Gabool's table. One day, Gabool picks a fight with a pirate named Skullgor, Mariel unintentionally collides with the pirate king. Gabool comes after the hapless mousemaid. Mariel snatches up Skullgor's sword from the ground and manages to stun Gabool, but is knocked out herself by the villain's henchmen. Embarrassed by his unexpected loss to a mere mousemaid, Gabool ties a heavy rock to Mariel's leg and throws her into the sea; the rock is dashed to pieces on another rock during her fall, Mariel concludes her intriguing narrative. Northwest of Redwall, Greypatch lands in Mossflower Woods aboard the Darkqueen, is hotly pursued by Garrtail aboard the Greenfang. Greypatch massacres the crew of the Greenfang and burns the ship. Pakatugg follows the searat scouts, but is captured; when he is interrogated, the squirrel reveals the location of Redwall.
Back at Redwall, Mariel attempts to leave to slay Gabool. Dandin, Mother Mellus and Simeon convince her to search for information on the whereabouts of Terramort before starting. All the inhabitants of Redwall search the gatehouse for a helpful clue, a scroll by Fieldroan the Traveler is found. Mariel plans to leave the next day, alone. However, Martin the Warrior has other plans. During the night, his spirit visits Simeon and prompts the herbalist to give Dandin his deadly sword. Early the next morning, Mariel starts off on her quest and meets Tarquin L. Woodsorrel along the path, she adamantly insists that she must make the trip alone. About lunchtime, they walk into Dandin, waiting for them with a full picnic ready; as they continue down the road, they meet up with a Redwall hedgehog. Though furious Mariel resigns herself to the fact that the trio will come with her, no matter what she says; the travellers are abruptly confronted by a murderous heron named Iraktaan. The travellers' combined efforts are sufficient to subdue the vicious bird, Durry nearly loses his life crossing the pike-infested ford.
After a nerve-wracking encounter with an adder and long hours of walking, the four find the "otter and his wife," monolithic sculptures th
The Ribbajack & Other Curious Yarns is a fantasy book by Brian Jacques, published in 2004. It was published the same year as the Redwall book Rakkety Tam. There are six tales in this book, all of them like the tales in Seven Strange and Ghostly Tales, by the same author; the titles are: "The Ribbajack", "A Smile and a Wave", "The All Ireland Champion Versus the Nye Add", "The Mystery of Huma D'Este", "Miggy Mags and the Malabar Sailor", "Rosie's Pet." The "Ribba Jack" is an ancient term for a physical appearance of ones worst fear. The Ribbajack is a grotesque animal, summoned by a person's anger to kill another. Archibald Smifft, who lives at a boarding school, torments anyone he can find with insults and the like; the matron and headmaster discover his practices of dark magic, decide that something must be done. One day, when an old army veteran comes to lecture him about his horrible behavior, he is displeased and searches for something to take revenge. Just the two boys that share his dormitory come in and one accidentally lets slip that he possesses a letter containing information on the Ribbajack.
Archibald snatches the letter at once and attempts to conjure his own Ribbajack to destroy the man who lectured him - and succeeds. For the monster's intended victim, the medal that he is wearing at the time, gifted to him by an Indian fakir, is enchanted to drive away Ribbajacks and turn them on their creators - thus, Archibald Smifft is gone from the boarding school forever. Maggie would like to go to the ice-skating rink, but she must bring her coat with her if she is to go; the only problem is. Her mother orders her to go back to the school to retrieve the coat, despite Maggie's protests that the school is locked at night. Reluctantly, Maggie revisits the school and finds her coat but comes upon a ghost of a girl holding a rose; the girl's face frightens Maggie enough to flee the school. A school official finds some information in a book concerning the name of the school, the Leah Edwina Tranter School. Leah was a lonely girl with wealthy parents; when she was fourteen years old, she disappeared and turned up dead concealed behind a bookcase and holding a rose in one hand.
Her father sank into depression. His wife left him. Much he wrote in his will that a school was to be built on the site of his home, that it was to be named the Leah Edwina Tranter School. Roddy Mooney is good at fishing. One day, he crosses paths with young Mickey Hennessy, who declares that he intends to catch a Nye Add. Roddy finds out. Roddy pretends that he does not believe Mickey, but goes home to get his fishing supplies and catch the Nye Add that Mickey claims he saw earlier. Roddy hooks something large and attempts to reel it in, but the thing on the other end of the line pulls back and Roddy falls into the water - it's a Nye Add! Soon after, the Nye Add's mother shoves Roddy back up to the surface and scolds her daughter severely. Roddy is never the same again after his encounter with the Nye Add; the narrator reveals that Mickey goes down to the riverbank every midsummer night and that the Nye Add returns to the surface at the same time to look for Roddy. Mickey that she is a Kelpie, not a Nye Add.
It's revealed that the story is being narrated by Mickey himself. Jason Hunter is an handsome boy, a great sprinter...and a bully. When he finds out about a new student coming to the school, he attempts to make her his next target but he cannot do it, for some reason, he finds out her name is Huma D'Este and attempts to use it to make fun of her, but she retaliates by making fun of his name and drawing a rude picture on the blackboard. Much one morning Jason is drawn by a mysterious voice to a Greek temple where Huma D'Este is waiting for him, she shows him eleven marble statues and he deduces that one is missing. After trying to get him to tell her, the captain of the Argo in Greek mythology, she tells him that he was called Jason and that he was the final piece of her collection. Jason finds out that "Huma D'Este" is an anagram of "The Medusa"! She turns him to marble. Myriad years two of Jason's classmates and Mal Blake, have married and have children and grandchildren; the two go on a cruise and Carlene tours an exhibit of marble statues.
She notices. Kirkus Reviews praised the book for its "sly humor and suspenseful plotting"
The Pearls of Lutra
The Pearls of Lutra is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1996. It is eleventh chronologically in the Redwall series; the American edition of the novel was published as Pearls of Lutra. When Ublaz Mad-Eyes sets out on a mission to steal Tears of All Oceans, a set of six spherical rose-pink pearls, from the Lutra otter clan, Grath Longfletch must stand up to the evil pine marten while the Redwallers search for the missing treasures; the gruesome discovery of a skeleton in Mossflower woods heralds the start of both a mystery and a quest. Far away, on the tropical island of Sampetra, Emperor Ublaz known as Mad Eyes, sends his fearsome lizards and corsairs on a murderous mission to Redwall. Back at home, the Abbey dwellers race against time to unravel a fiendishly difficult series of riddles. At a northern shore, a young otter fashions a bow and arrows from a yew branch and vows to avenge the slaughter of her family. Why does Martin, son of Mattimeo, undertake a perilous voyage with his brave companions?
Who is Grath Longfletch and why do vermin fear her green-plumed arrows? And what are the fabulous Tears of all Oceans that inspire such passion and greed? When gathering herbs near the quarry in Mossflower Woods, the young Redwallers Tansy and Arven come across a mysterious skeleton among the rocks, they are disoriented in a rainstorm and after failing to return to the abbey before the breaking of the storm are rescued by Martin II. Tansy leads curious Redwallers back to the quarry to examine the mysterious skeleton, along the way, they meet two travellers: the irrepressible hare Cleckstarr Lepus Montisle and his owl friend Gerul. Meanwhile, far across the western sea on the tropical isle of Sampetra, trouble is brewing. Ublaz Mad-Eyes, a large, sinewy pine marten with a hypnotic stare, gathers an army of barbaric monitor lizards and trident-wielding searats; the stoat captain Conva is sent out to retrieve the Tears of All Oceans, six spherical rose-pink pearls, but after murdering the Holt Lutra who owned the pearls, the Tears are stolen by the weasel Graylunk, who flees into Mossflower Woods.
Conva tracks him before returning to Sampetra. Ublaz is not pleased and murders Conva, he sends out an elite force of monitor lizards, headed by their general Lask Frildur, to Mossflower to retrieve the pearls. They are escorted by her crew. However, the daughter of the Lutra chieftain is not dead. Far away on the western shores, Grath Longfletch, a strong female otter, was at the gates of the Dark Forest before being found by a pair of bankvoles, who nurse her back to health; the otter fashions a powerful bow and a quiver of green-fletched arrows, with which she planned on wreaking her revenge. She eliminates a longboat-crew of searats and takes their boat southward into Mossflower, where she hopes to find the corsairs that slew her family. Presently, Conva's brother Barranca discovers that Ublaz has killed his brother, he begins hatching a plan to overthrow the pine marten and take the island for himself. With the fearsome Lask and his lizards gone to Mossflower, Barranca decides to seize his chance.
Back at Redwall, the old bankvole recorder Rollo determines that the skeleton in the quarry was Graylunk. He had become gravely injured in a fight with the weasel Flairnose, whom he killed, over the pearls before seeking safety at Redwall. There he befriended. Fermald, a clever, though senile old beast, had expertly hidden the pearls throughout the abbey before passing away several seasons ago. Tansy and Martin II, along with the hedgehog maid's friends Craklyn the squirrel and Piknim the mouse, begin a search for the six exquisite pearls; the Dibbun Arven and his two partners in crime, the moles Diggum and Gurrbowl help in the search. When Abbot Durral takes young Viola Bankvole for a stroll in Mossflower Woods, they are captured by Lask and his troops. Lask attempts to ransom them for the pearls at Redwall. However, the pearls have not yet been found, Lask and his lizards take the two Redwallers back to their ship to be captives at Sampetra. Martin, Clecky and the Skipper of Otters pursue the lizards through Mossflower, slaying several but failing to rescue the captives.
Gerul and Skipper become wounded and are sent back to the Abbey, but the others chase the lizards to the western shore. There, they meet up with the GUOSSSIM and Grath Longfletch, who had caught sight of Romsca's ship, the Waveworm, attempted to pick off some of the vermin. Durral manages to help Viola get to safety on the shore. Viola is sent back to Redwall with two shrews to guide her, Grath, Clecky and the Log-a-Log's two sons use discarded vermin boats to form the Freebeast, a double-outrigger vessel in which they pursue Lask to Sampetra. Viola, who has sneaked aboard ends up coming along. On Sampetra, Barranca has been slain by Rasconza, a clever fox corsair who takes over the rebellion against Ublaz. Initial attempts at negotiation fail, due to the double-dealing of the pair, when Ublaz tries to have Rasconza assassinated, Sampetra is plunged into all-out war. Ublaz's trident-rats, led by his general Sagitar, desert him and switch to Rasconza's side, but they are unable to take Ublaz's fortress, still held by his monitor lizards.
Under siege, Ublaz decides to hold out. In the search for the six pearls, the Redwaller friends but find them all, though not without paying the price; the young mouse Piknim ends up being slain by the cruel
Tribes of Redwall Otters
Tribes of Redwall Otters was published in 2002 as an accessory to the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. This booklet about otters features trivia questions, a giant poster, profiles of many of the otter characters that are featured in the series, the much anticipated recipe for Shrimp and Hotroot Soup; the book offers insight into the culture and history of otters, listing important otter characters and customs from the series. It was illustrated by Jonathan Walker
Doomwyte is the 20th novel in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. It was released on 2 October 2008 on 16 October 2008 in the United States. Book 1: The Raven Book 2: A Prince's Descendants Book 3: Baliss The magpie Griv, resting from a storm just outside a window, listens to the story the young mouse Bisky is telling, about how his ancestor Gonff the Mousethief stole four great jewels from the Great Doomwyte Idol. However, the listeners, all fellow youngsters and Dibbuns, disbelieve the story; the young Redwallers have a pillowfight. Griv leaves for the lair of the Doomwytes, of which she is a member, tells the Wytes' leader, Korvus Skurr, about the jewels. Bisky and Dwink are caught in their fight by the infirmary keeper Brother Torilis, who reports them to Abbot Glisam. While reporting to Abbot Glisam, Bisky tells him of his story. Samolus Fixa, a relative of Bisky's, overhears them and confirms to Glisam that there is truth in Bisky's story. Samolus and Dwink dig through the Abbey records in the gatehouse, coming upon the journal of Lady Columbine and Gonff himself.
All three tell a similar account of Gonff stealing the jewels and offering them to Columbine, who refuses to have them because they have seen too much evil. Gonff composes riddles to the location of the jewels. Korvus Skurr and his smoothsnake adviser Sicariss believe Griv's story. Thinking that the jewels are within Redwall, Korvus sends crows to kidnap a Redwaller to verify the story. However, a crow is killed by the hare Laird Bosie McScutta of Bowlaynee, the others subsequently retreat; the Redwallers, having seen this, offer Bosie the position of Abbey Warrior. Korvus, not giving up, now sends the Ravenwytes. Led by the crow Veeku, the Ravenwytes are much more skilled than their crow counterparts, manage to capture a squirrel Dibbun. Bosie comes to the rescue again, killing a Ravenwyte. All the Ravenwytes, except one named Tarul, flee in panic. Korvus makes a pact with the giant adder Baliss. Although Baliss is blind, his extraordinary sense of smell and touch compensate for this handicap. Korvus offers all his reptiles to Baliss to eat, in exchange for Baliss's services, which the adder agrees.
Luck, was not on Korvus's side as Sicariss overhears and begins to distrust him. The party searching for the jewels, which included Bisky, Samolus, Skipper Rorgus, Foremole Gullub Gurrpaw and Gatekeeper Umfry Spikkle, attempt to solve Gonff's riddle, which leads them to the cellar and, from there, to an underground tunnel; the tunnel splits, so does the party. Bisky and Umfry go down one, Samolus and Dwink go down another, Foremole Gullub stays behind to guard the rations. Tarul, having been starved and nearly deafened due to his hiding place near the belltower sees his chance when two Dibbuns come and ring the bells. However, just as Tarul goes between the bells, Sister Violet comes to help and the bells squash Tarul, resulting in his death. Bisky and Umfry encounter Painted Ones at the end of their tunnel, while Samolus and Dwink encounter the owl Aluco down theirs. Aluco uses a green jewel to scare away the Painted Ones, upon close inspection the jewel is revealed to be an eye to the Doomwyte Idol.
Aluco agrees to help them, the company eludes the Painted Ones and re-enter Redwall. However, Bisky is captured by the Painted Ones. After Tarul's death, Cellerhog Corksnout Spikkle is ordered to dispose of his body. Baliss arrives. Sensing a quick meal, Baliss attempts to eat Tarul, but instead headbutts Corksnout. Corksnout's spikes are trapped in Baliss's head and infected. Bisky, in captivity, is irritated by Jeg, the son of Chief Chigid, he is joined by a Guosim shrew, escaping from his bully father, Log-a-Log Tugga Bruster. Dubble and Bisky escape but are captured immediately by a tribe of bickering mice called the Gonfelins, who are descendents of Gonff and therefore Bisky's distant relatives; the two meet Pikehead Nokko, head of the Gonfelins, he reveals that they have a Doomwyte jewel. Bisky meets Nokko's daughter Spingo, they become great friends. Tugga Bruster and the Guosim arrive at Redwall and are from there guided to the Painted Ones' lair to rescue Bisky and Dubble. Unbeknownst to them and Dubble are leading the Gonfelins to the Painted Ones' lair anyway.
The Redwallers and the Guosim see Baliss thrashing around in madness due to Corksnout's spikes, are soon ambushed by the Painted Ones. However, the Gonfelins arrive just and the Painted Ones are outnumbered. This, coupled with the death of their chief, prompts many Painted Ones to surrender. Tala, wife of Chigid, swears revenge to Tugga Bruster. Dubble, upon seeing that Jeg was not with the Painted Ones, chases after him in Mossflower. Jeg is preparing a fire to burn him when Dubble arrives. After freeing Dwink, Dubble chases after Jeg, they fight. Before Dubble kills him, Jeg is eaten by Baliss; the Redwallers and Gonfelins return to Redwall, unbeknownst that Dubble is not with them. Tugga Bruster gets humiliated by Nokko, and, to get his own, he attempts to steal Aluco's emerald and make it look like Nokko did it. For him he is caught by Dwink, whose footpaw he breaks. However, by that time most of the Abbey had arrived and the Guosim banish Tugga Bruster. After leaving the Abbey, Tugga Bruster is killed by Tala, who was