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Varden (newspaper)

Varden is a local newspaper published in Skien, Norway.

Usage examples of "varden".

 SUMMARY: After successfully evading an Urgal ambush, Eragon is adopted into the Ingeitum clan and sent to finish his training so he can further help the Varden in their struggle against the Empire.

Murtagh, who had not wanted to go to the Varden, is forced to tell Eragon that he is the son of Morzan.

 Just before they are overwhelmed by the Urgals, Eragon and his friends are rescued by the Varden, who seem to appear out of the very stone.

Once inside, Eragon is taken to Ajihad, leader of the Varden, while Murtagh is imprisoned because of his parentage.

Ajihad explains many things to Eragon, including that the Varden, elves, and dwarves had agreed that when a new Rider appeared, he or she would initially be trained by Brom and then sent to the elves to complete the instruction.

Murtagh because he was eager to continue proving that he bore the Varden no ill will.

Even though Murtagh despised his father and was loyal to Eragon, the Varden had not trusted him.

Still, if any one person in the Varden could handle the Urgals, it was she.

Already many of the Varden wept, tears flowing into beards, yet they did not disgrace their duty and allow Ajihad to fall.

Rider to make a public choice regarding the next head of the Varden, and perhaps even influence the selection.

Hrothgar favors the Varden, but if enough clans oppose him, he might be maneuvered into backing someone unsuited for the command.

Riders are so highly thought of, I could decide that my efforts would be best spent guiding the Varden myself.

We cannot anger the Varden, and if this council is to control it once Nasuada is in place, then we must appease them.

Before Ajihad died, he charged me, commanded me, to keep the Varden from falling into chaos.

Ajihad meant, nor exactly what he wanted, but I am certain of this: I will always defend the Varden with my powers.