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Jurian was a mortal general during the famed ancient war between immortals and mortals, which ended in the construction of the Wall, and was a prisoner of Amarantha. After her death, he is liberated and becomes a vassal of the King of Hybern.

AppearanceEdit

In A Court of Mist and Fury, Feyre describes Jurian as tall and handsome, with brown hair, brown eyes and tan skin.

PersonalityEdit

Little is actually known about the original Jurian. That is to say, before his resurrection. It can be speculated that he was extremely deceitful and heartless, having betrayed his Fae lover Clythia to a horrific death. He was a talented warrior, but unable to hold his ground against the powerful Fae Commander Amarantha.  It can be assumed that he was somewhat charismatic, but Mor once mentioned that he was extremely arrogant and odious, and that "all he liked to do was talk about himself"[1]. After his resurrection, he is observed as someone who is extremely unstable, and possibly psychotic. His horrific ordeal with Amarantha, his violent death and prolonged torture at her hands, has left him irreparably scarred, both physically and mentally.

HistoryEdit

A Court of Thorns and RosesEdit

It is revealed to Feyre by Alis near the end of A Court of Thorns and Roses that Jurian was a mortal general during the ancient war between immortal and mortal, who seduced Amarantha' s younger sister Clythia. Jurian later on betrayed Clythia after the war was won. Jurian weakened Clythia with Ash wood and is said to have burned her to death slowly after having tortured her. Having heard the devastating news of her sister's horrific death, Amarantha violently murders Jurian, and after doing so, takes ones of his fingers and eyes, and entraps his soul within his stolen body parts, which she wears at all times, the finger as a necklace and the eye inside her ring. Because of this, he may never die peacefully but is forever damned to live in a never-ending purgatory. When Amarantha is later on killed and her body is burned, it is mentioned that the bone and eye of Jurian was not discovered on her body, and it is later revealed that both artifacts were stolen by the Attor.

A Court of Mist and FuryEdit

Using the ring and bone harvested from Amarantha 's corpse in A Court of Thorns and Roses, the King of Hybern was able to use The Cauldron to resurrect Jurian, seeing as how his life force was embedded in both artifacts by Amarantha so that Jurian would not be able to pass into the afterlife after his violent death at Amarantha 's hands. His participation is crucial to the alliance formed between the King of Hybern and the mortal queens, who vastly prefer one of their own race to one of the Fae. Using Jurian, whom the queens mistakenly trust, the King is able to steal away their allegiances from the Night Court and claim them as his own allies. During the last chapters of A Court of Mist and Fury , Jurian subdues several members of the Night Court after arriving in Hybern, severely wounding Azriel with an Ash bolt, before they are taken into custody by the King of Hybern.

RelationshipsEdit

Jurian engaged in a romantic relationship with Amarantha's younger sister Clythia, before betraying her to her death. This was the cause of Amarantha's crazed obsession with Jurian and her utter hatred toward him. He is also known to have had another lover, Miryam, who left him for a Fae Lord, Drakon. It is said that after leaving Jurian, she mated and married Drakon, and is still living peacefully alongside him during the events of A Court of Mist and Fury. She is a subject of Jurian's obsession, and he seeks her relentlessly. Jurian's need to locate Miryam and punish her for having abandoned him is his driving motive for aligning himself with the King of Hybern.

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Page 179 of A Court of Mist and Fury.
Main characters
Amarantha · Amren · Azriel · Cassian · Elain Archeron · Feyre Archeron · King of Hybern · Lucien · Morrigan · Nesta Archeron · Rhysand · Tamlin
Minor and supporting characters
Alis · Andras · Beron · Bron · Cerridwen · Clare Beddor · Cresseida · Devlon · Eris · Graysen · Feyre's father · Hart · Helion · Ianthe · Isaac Hale · Isaac Hale's wife · Jurian · Kallias · Keir · Mercenary · Miryam · Mortal Queens · Mrs. Laurent · Naga · Nuala · Unnamed Summer Court Faerie · Tarquin · The Bogge · The Bone Carver · The Suriel · Thesan · Tomas Mandray · Varian · Weaver
Mentioned characters
Aunt Ripleigh · Dark Mother · Drakon · Feyre's mother · Ianthe's father · Ianthe's mother · Ianthe's sisters · Miryam's father · Miryam's mother · Mother · Rhysand's father · Rhysand's mother · Rhysand's sister · Nostrus · Queen of the Black Land · Tamlin's mother · Tamlin's father

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