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He is a hulking brute who is everyone's favorite to win. He comes from the White Fang Mountains and was in the king's army. He is discovered by Celaena to be conspiring with a creature called the ridderak. He is the current monarch of the Empire and Head of House Havilliard.
Background[ edit ] Sarah J. Maas has cited Disney 's Cinderella as an inspiration for writing Throne of Glass. While viewing the scene in which the heroine flees the ball, Maas found the soundtrack "way too dark and intense". This led her to re-imagine a number of details.
Who had sent her to kill the prince? Who might the prince's enemies be? A powerful, corrupt empire, perhaps?
Bloomsbury later hired de Groot to draw the map which appears in the opening novel. Regarding the tale's development, Maas stated, "In the 10 years that I've been working on the series, Throne of Glass has become more of an original epic fantasy than a Cinderella retelling, but you can still find a few nods to the legend here and there.
I started writing knowing I wanted to create books like that—mostly because that's what interests me and where my passion lies, but also because I'd love for some young woman to read [Throne of Glass] and feel empowered, too.
She is characterized as skilled, arrogant, and witty. While shaping her protagonist, Maas was inspired by the heroism of Eowyn from The Lord of the Rings , and by the characterization of Velma Kelly from Chicago. Maas has stated that the latter's "arrogance and fierceness made me want to write about a woman like her—about a woman who never once said sorry for being talented and determined and utterly in love with herself.
In interviews preceding the series' release, Maas noted her heroine's issues with "impatience" and "vanity". As the story begins, Chaol is introduced as a strict and ethical captain, while Celaena is presented as a morally ambiguous assassin.
According to the author, this contrast contributes to Chaol's character development as his bond with Celaena grows.