- "Pacing slowly after the others loomed the most enormous white ice bear Ingrey had ever seen. The thing was as tall as a pony, and as wide as two. Its narrow eyes were the color of frozen urine, and about as expressive."
- ―Fafa takes part in a funeral ceremony[src]
Fafa has several adventures during his time at the temple, including helping with the breaking up of a conspiracy to mis-identify which god has taken up what souls.
Behind the scenesEdit
Fafa was at least partly inspired by a tale from The Barbarian Conversion: from Paganism to Christianity (1997) by Richard Fletcher. In that tale, some Greenlanders sought a bishop in 1125, so they sent a bear to the King of Norway to encourage him to send one to them.
- ↑ Lois McMaster Bujold, post to the Bujold mailing list, 14 May 2015, http://lists.herald.co.uk/pipermail/lois-bujold/2015-May/170644.html