Character Glossary K
Author: Kyria d'Oreyn
Kadar: A fictional character; a king of Heape in the story 'Mara and the Three Follish Kings.'
Kainea: A Maiden of the Spear who was resent in Tear when Rand returned form telling Egwene he intended to break the Seals. Rand sends her to gather messengers.
Kairen Stang: An Aes Sedai of the Blue Ajah; she is aligned with the rebel Aes Sedai. She is killed by Aran'gar in 'Crossroads of Twilight.'
Kaisal Noramagu: The grandson of Queen Ethenielle of Kandor who joins Lan
Kaisea: A former sul'dam who accepted that she could see weaves and insisted that she be collared as a damane. She tells Gawyn about the Bloodknives
Kajin: A nobleman from Shienar.
Kalia Bent: One of the Queensguard
Kalia Karede: A woman from Seanchan; Furyk Karede's wife. She died in the Great Fires of Sohima.
Kamile Noallin: A woman from Kandor; a banker in Chachin.
Kanara: A Maiden of the Spear who guards Rand with Somma while he is in Tear
Kappre: A soldier with Rodel in Saldaea
Kara Defane: A Wise Woman from Toman Head. She is a wilder and made damane by the Seanchan. She is captured by Rand's armies and sent to the Royal Palace in Caemlyn.
Karale Sanghir: An Aes Sedai of the Gray Ajah; she is also Black Ajah. She is originally from Arad Doman.
Kareil: A noblewoman from Canluum, Kandor. She recruits soldiers during the Aiel War.
Karella Fanway: A historical Aes Sedai who lived shortly after the Breaking of the World. She took part in the decision of building Tar Valon and the White Tower.
Kari al'Thor: A merchant's daughter from Caemlyn and Tam al'Thor's wife. They both adopted Rand and raised him. She died when Rand was five.
Kari Thane: A girl from Emond's Field.
Karil: A fictional character.
Karile: One of Kerene Nagashi's Warders.
Karind Anshar: A high-ranking noblewoman from Andor. She opposed Morgase during the Succession. She later supports Arymilla for the Throne of Andor before switching to Elayne after Arymilla's defeat.
Karldin Manfor: A Soldier among the Asha'man. He is sent with Loial to visit the stedding and set guards on the Waygates. He is bonded to Beldeine Nyram of the Green Ajah.
Karm: Tylee Khirgan's quartermaster. She considers him a solid man who does not make mistakes.
Kash: A man of Taim's faction newly arrived at the Black Tower.
Kashgar: A man from Saldaea; an under-lieutenant of the Children of the Light.
Kasi: A cook in the Sun Palace, Cairhien.
Kateri Nepvue: A member of the White Ajah, killed by a Bloodknife assasin
Katerin: A Maiden of the Spear who guarded Rand's tent
Katerine Alruddin: An Aes Sedai of the Red Ajah, and therefore aligned with Elaida's Aes Sedai; she is also Black Ajah. She is named Elaida's Mistress of Novices but flees to avoid exposure and is killed in Tel'aran'rhiod shortly after
Kathana: An innkeeper in Ebou Dar that Mat meets.
Kati: A serving girl in Caemlyn
Katrine do Catalan a'Coralle: The first Queen of Murandy.
Kayen Yokata: A man from Shienar; the lord of Fal Eisen. He is currently with the rulers of the Borderlands.
Kaylin: A maid in the rebel Aes Sedai camp.
Kazin: A man from Saldaea; a stableman at The Gates of Heaven in Canluum, Kandor.
Keatlin: A novice in the rebel camp.
Keemlin Rai: A young soldier in Heeth Tower in Kandor
Keilar: A man from Altara; a gate guard in Maderin and armsman to Lord Nathin.
Kelwin Janevor: A nobleman from Andor. He helps in rescuing Elayne.
Kely Huldin: A weaver from Andor. He is married and has two children. He is tested for the ability to channel, but cannot learn.
Kema: A member of the Kin and one of the four who escorts Elayne to Cairhien when she travels to claim the Throne.
Kendral: The grandson of king Paitar of Arafel. He joined Lan at the Kandor and Arafel border and invited Kaisal to to the same.
Kenley Ahan: A young man from the Two Rivers. He is killed during a Trolloc ambush in 'The Shadow Rising.'
Kenly Maerin: A young man from the Two Rivers. He accompanies Perrin and his army to Ghealdan.
Kennar Miraj: A Captain-General from Seanchan. He is killed in the battles against Rand in 'The Path of Daggers.'
Kennit: Eldrith Jhondar's Warder. He is convinced that she is Black Ajah and wants to kill her.
Kera: An Aes Sedai of the Green Ajah; she is aligned with Elaida's Aes Sedai. She is originally from Tear.
Keraille Surtovni: A woman from Saldaea and one of the Kin.
Kerb: An apprentice chandler, who, acting under Graendal's compulsion poisoned the messenger she had sent claiming to be from Alsalam. He dies when Nynaeve removed it.
Kerene Nagashi: An Aes Sedai of the Green Ajah. She is bonded to Karile and Stepin. She is one of the searchers for the Dragon Reborn. She is killed by the Black Ajah in 'New Spring.'
Kert Wagoner: Kert Wagoner is a man from the Two Rivers in Perrin's camp.
Kev Barstere: A young man from the Two Rivers.
Kevlyn Torr: Kevlyn Torr is a woodsman with Perrin's group.
Kevrim al'Azar: A very old man from the Two Rivers.
Kiam Lopiang: A historical Aes Sedai who lived shortly after the Breaking of the World. She took part in the decision of building Tar Valon and the White Tower.
Kiem Lewin: A girl Mat didn't save from drowning
Kimry Lewin: A young woman from the Two Rivers. She is Mistress Lewin's daughter.
Kimtin: The person who taught Tam the Flame and the Void
Kin Tovere: A member of the School of Cairhien and a lensmaker. He invents the telescope.
Kin: A juggler in Valan Luca's menagerie. His brother is Bari.
Kindlin: A man from Andor; the officer of the Queen's Guards in charge of the garrison in Aringill.
Kinhuin: An Aiel warrior; one of the Mera'din, the Brotherless. He is killed in 'Knife of Dreams.'
Kireyin: A commander from Ghealdan under Captain Gerard Arganda.
Kiril Drapaneos: A nobleman from Illian.
Kirin Melway: A historical character; an Amyrlin Seat raised from the Brown Ajah.
Kirin: A child of the Jenn Aiel who lived shortly after the Breaking; Morin's daughter. She is kidnapped during a raid.
Kirkun: A soldier from Saldaea. He died during the Trolloc attack in 'Knife of Dreams.'
Kirstian Chalwin: A runaway novice. She is one of the Kin Elders; when Adeleas Namelle discovers her to be a runaway novice, she is put in white again and supervised by Vandene Namelle.
Kirukan: A historical character; a fabled warrior queen of Aramaelle. Her sword is supposed to be in the possession of the rulers of Kandor.
Kiruna Nachiman: An Aes Sedai of the Green Ajah; she is aligned with the rebel Aes Sedai. She is King Paitar of Arafel's sister. She is bonded to four Warders. She and Bera Harkin are sent to the Waste to see if Rand is there, but they take over the lead of the embassy from the rebel Aes Sedai. She swears an oath of fealty to Rand.
Kitan: A palace maid in Mayene.
Kiyosa Natomo: A historical character; an Amyrlin Seat raised from the Green Ajah.
Kiyoshi: An Aes Sedai of the Gray Ajah; she is aligned with Elaida's Aes Sedai.
Kline: A warder whose Aes Sedai was killed during the Last Battle
Kodam: A male Aes Sedai during the Breaking of the World. He takes part in creating the Eye of the World.
Koimal: An Ogier man.
Kolom: A Ogier man.
Kongsidi: A Sharan man, likely historical, known for his proverbs.
Kostelle: A man from Altara; a merchant from Maderin.
Kragil: A man who fights with Lan's forces at Tarwin's Gap.
Kralle: A soldier in Heeth Tower in Kandor
Kuan Murasaka: An acrobat in Sillia Cerano's show. She is one of the six "sisters" of the same surname. She is later hired by Valan Luca.
Kuehn: A Shienaran who joins Lan
Kumiko: A Kinswoman.
Kumira: An Aes Sedai of the Brown Ajah; she is neither aligned with the rebels nor with Elaida's Aes Sedai, but instead is a follower of Cadsune. She is originally from Shienar. She is killed during the cleansing of the taint in 'Winter's Heart.'
Kurin: A Windfinder of the Atha'an Miere.
Kwamesa: An Aes Sedai of the Gray Ajah; she is aligned with the rebels. She is the youngest Sitter among the rebel Aes Sedai. She is originally from Arafel. She steps down after re-unification.
Kyera Termendal: A poet from Shiota who wrote a translation of the Prophecies of the Dragon.
Kymer: Kymer is a Wise One of the Tomanelle Aiel and Han's niece.
Kyril Shianri: A man from Arafel; the councilor to King Paitar Nachiman.