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Cutter #2: The Lost Child is the second issue in a collection of five comic issues centering on Tos'un and Doum'wielle Armgo and the sentient sword Khazid'hea; it takes place just prior to Night of the Hunter. The story was written by R.A. Salvatore and his son Geno Salvatore. The majority of the art was done by David Baldeon, with David Garcia Cruz (colors) and Neil Uyetake (letters). Steve Ellis contributed cover art.[2]

SynopsisEdit

Sinnafain returns to the village with her hunting party, finding her son dead at her daughter's hand. Tos'un tells her that Doum'wielle stole the sword and fled with it. Sinnafain says they must find her immediately before the sword destroys her.

Meanwhile, in the forest, Khazid'hea convinces Doum'wielle that the elves will be hunting her because they would not understand if she told them that Teirflin attacked her.

The elven search party, including Sinnafain and Tos'un, follow a trail of blood in their search for Doum'wielle. Sinnafain thinks they are moving too slowly, so Tos'un volunteers to stay behind.

As the sun rises, Doum'wielle crosses into land belonging to Many-Arrows. She briefly doubts her course, wanting to turn back, before the sword convinces her that the elves would never understand and that is better to chance the orcs than return to the elves. Suddenly, she is ambushed by orcs. She fights well but is saved by Sinnafain and the other elves, who have pursued her. Khazid'hea tells her that Sinnafain is there to punish her and take her sword. Khazid'hea wants her to slay the elves, but instead she runs off during the battle.

IndexEdit

Characters
Doum'wielle ArmgoTos'un ArmgoSinnafainTeirflin ArmgoBerellip Xorlarrin (unnamed)
Locations
Realms
Kingdom of Many-ArrowsUnderdark
Settlements
Q'Xorlarrin
Geography
Moonwood
Referenced only
Menzoberranzan
Creatures
DeerDrowMoon elvesOrcs
Organizations
House Barrison Del'ArmgoHouse Xorlarrin
Artifacts
Khazid'hea ("Cutter") • Scourge of fangs

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AppendixEdit

NotesEdit

This collection was published as an omnibus, a hardcover edition in 2013 and a paperback edition in 2014, by IDW Publishing.

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