Alanna of Trebond
Character study from "In the Hands of the Goddess"
Alanna of Trebond is a noble girl who refuses to conform and instead switches places with her twin brother. She disguises herself as a boy and goes to the palace to pursue her desire to be a knight. She becomes a squire in "In the Hands of the Goddess" and is given more responsibilities and faces more dangers that threaten her disguise.
The following are a part of Alanna's daily responsibilities, delivering historical scrolls for her teacher and a love letter for her knight-master, Jonathan IV of Conté.
At the beginning of "In the Hands of the Goddess", Alanna is found delivering a 300-year-old scroll for her teacher, Sir Myles.
As her knight-master woos a new lady in waiting, Lady Delia of Eldorne, Alanna is tasked with secretly delivering love letters.