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  • Only Huston could bring a white-cloaked mercenary with an Egyptian god sidekick into the 21st century.

    Five Easy Questions: Charlie Huston, Part Two

  • Behind the black-bearded man, Nylan felt the rising hordes of the dead, felt the purple-clad soldiers that marched toward an unseen black tower, felt the shadowy presence of white-cloaked chaos wizards.

    The Chaos Balance

  • Behind her, Justen could sense the rising hordes of the dead, could feel the white-cloaked figures.

    The Order War

  • A ripple of bows from white-cloaked Children followed him through the stone-walled corridors of the Fortress, all the way to his private audience chamber.

    Lord of Chaos

  • Some of the white-cloaked men had red shepherd's crooks behind the sunbursts on their cloaks.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • At the palace on the Verana he had commandeered for the Children's headquarters, he tossed his reins to one of the white-cloaked guards and stalked inside without returning their salutes.

    The Shadow Rising

  • A reminder of that was the tall, white-cloaked man, gray at the temples but hard-faced and hard-eyed, who passed Egeanin and was greeted by Selindrin.

    The Shadow Rising

  • The man who called himself Ordeith, even sometimes thought of himself as Ordeith, slunk through the tents of the Children of the Light, watching the white-cloaked men with a wary eye.

    The Shadow Rising

  • Villagers hung out of windows or waited on stoops to stare at the thirty white-cloaked riders sitting their horses in burnished plate-and-mail.

    The Shadow Rising

  • Out of sight of the river, white-cloaked horsemen clogged the spaces between leatherleafs and pines, lances held with casual familiarity or bows laid across their pommels.

    The Shadow Rising

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