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==Canim==
 
==Canim==
   
The Canim are a large wolf-like race. They stand upright to a height of at least 7 feet. Their armies are divided into at least two castes: warrior and ritualist. The social customs of the Canim are consistent with a race of predators: Any signs of weakness will lead them to attack. If a leader appears weak, he is replaced. They have excellent night vision. Not much is known about them to the Alerans. Most of their knowledge is learned during the Canim's raids on the western coast of Alera.
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The Canim are a large wolf-like race. They stand upright to a height of at least 7 feet. Their armies are divided into at least two castes: warrior and ritualist. The social customs of the Canim are consistent with a race of predators: Any signs of weakness will lead them to attack. If a leader appears weak, he is replaced. They have excellent night vision. Not much is known about them to the Alerans. Most of their knowledge is learned during the Canim's raids on the western coast of Alera.
 
==Castes==
 
==Castes==
 
====Warrior====
 
====Warrior====
The Warrior caste is the main bulk of the fighters for the Canim army. They carry traditional weapons and armor, though the armor is black which is consistent with a predatory race that hunts at night. Nasaug is a leader of this caste.
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The Warrior caste is the main bulk of the fighters for the Canim army. They carry traditional weapons and armor, though the armor is black which is consistent with a predatory race that hunts at night. [[Nasaug]] is a leader of this caste.
 
====Ritualist====
 
====Ritualist====
Those of the Ritualist caste are the spellcasters of the Canim. The Canim do not weild furies, but are still capable of using magic. Sarl is a leader of this caste.
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Those of the Ritualist caste are the spellcasters of the Canim. The Canim do not weild furies, but are still capable of using magic. [[Sarl]] is a leader of this caste.
 
==In ''Academ's Fury''==
 
==In ''Academ's Fury''==
The Canim are first presented in ''[[Academ's Fury]].'' [[Tavi]] meets Ambassador [[Varg]] in Varg's attempt to warn the First Lord about the guards he's had go missing. He later discovers and warns Tavi about the [[Vord]] nest in [[The Deeps]].
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The Canim are first presented in ''[[Academ's Fury]].'' [[Tavi]] meets Ambassador [[Varg]] in Varg's attempt to warn the First Lord about the guards he's had go missing. He later discovers and warns Tavi about the [[Vord]] nest in [[The Deeps]].
 
==In ''Cursor's Fury''==
 
==In ''Cursor's Fury''==
Ambassador [[Varg]] is being held prisoner in [[Alera Imperia]]. Early in the book, he is seen passing the time playing ''ludus'' with Tavi.
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Ambassador [[Varg]] is being held prisoner in [[Alera Imperia]]. Early in the book, he is seen passing the time playing ''ludus'' with Tavi.
   
A large fleet of Canim ships is seen approaching the western coast at the beginning of the book. A [[Cursori|Cursor]] notes it and attempts to report it. Along his way to Aleria Imperia, he finds the First Aleran, a group of ''legionnaires'' made up of soldiers from every realm in Alera, which Tavi has been put in charge of. The First Aleran is moved to a more strategic location and, in the process, run across several small groups of Canim attacking the local steadholts. Tavi discovers that the raiding parties are the Canim equivalent to farmers and that they have yet to encounter the main Canim force. He also discovers that the Canim have completely destroyed the fleet they sailed in on. The Canim attack isn't just a raid, it's an invasion.
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A large fleet of Canim ships is seen approaching the western coast at the beginning of the book. A [[Cursori|Cursor]] notes it and attempts to report it. Along his way to Aleria Imperia, he finds the First Aleran, a group of ''legionnaires'' made up of soldiers from every realm in Alera, which Tavi has been put in charge of. The First Aleran is moved to a more strategic location and, in the process, run across several small groups of Canim attacking the local steadholts. Tavi discovers that the raiding parties are the Canim equivalent to farmers and that they have yet to encounter the main Canim force. He also discovers that the Canim have completely destroyed the fleet they sailed in on. The Canim attack isn't just a raid, it's an invasion.

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Canim

The Canim are a large wolf-like race. They stand upright to a height of at least 7 feet. Their armies are divided into at least two castes: warrior and ritualist. The social customs of the Canim are consistent with a race of predators: Any signs of weakness will lead them to attack. If a leader appears weak, he is replaced. They have excellent night vision. Not much is known about them to the Alerans. Most of their knowledge is learned during the Canim's raids on the western coast of Alera.

Castes

Warrior

The Warrior caste is the main bulk of the fighters for the Canim army. They carry traditional weapons and armor, though the armor is black which is consistent with a predatory race that hunts at night. Nasaug is a leader of this caste.

Ritualist

Those of the Ritualist caste are the spellcasters of the Canim. The Canim do not weild furies, but are still capable of using magic. Sarl is a leader of this caste.

In Academ's Fury

The Canim are first presented in Academ's Fury. Tavi meets Ambassador Varg in Varg's attempt to warn the First Lord about the guards he's had go missing. He later discovers and warns Tavi about the Vord nest in The Deeps.

In Cursor's Fury

Ambassador Varg is being held prisoner in Alera Imperia. Early in the book, he is seen passing the time playing ludus with Tavi.

A large fleet of Canim ships is seen approaching the western coast at the beginning of the book. A Cursor notes it and attempts to report it. Along his way to Aleria Imperia, he finds the First Aleran, a group of legionnaires made up of soldiers from every realm in Alera, which Tavi has been put in charge of. The First Aleran is moved to a more strategic location and, in the process, run across several small groups of Canim attacking the local steadholts. Tavi discovers that the raiding parties are the Canim equivalent to farmers and that they have yet to encounter the main Canim force. He also discovers that the Canim have completely destroyed the fleet they sailed in on. The Canim attack isn't just a raid, it's an invasion.

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