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The '''''Do-Kando''''' is the ancient holy book of [[Shu-Keseg]], written by [[Keshu]]. It is a very early piece of [[Sel]]ish literature, though not as early as ''[[Wyrn the King]]''.{{book ref|Elantris|43}} Despite the fact that [[Dereth]] and [[Korath]] wrote their own holy books, the [[Shu-Dereth|Derethi]] at least still use the Do-Kando alongside the Do-Dereth.{{book ref|Elantris|3}}
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The '''''Do-Kando''''' is the ancient holy book of [[Shu-Keseg]], written by [[Dereth]] and [[Korath]], the disciples of [[Keseg]]. It is a very early piece of [[Sel]]ish literature, though not as early as ''[[Wyrn the King]]''.{{book ref|Elantris|43}} Despite the fact that [[Dereth]] and [[Korath]] wrote their own holy books, the [[Shu-Dereth|Derethi]] at least still use the Do-Kando alongside the Do-Dereth.{{book ref|Elantris|3}}
   
 
While explaining his conversion to [[Shu-Dereth]] to [[Hrathen]], [[Dilaf]] claimed that a Derethi arteth gave him a copy of the Do-Kando and the Do-Dereth, which he read in one night.{{book ref|Elantris|3}}
 
While explaining his conversion to [[Shu-Dereth]] to [[Hrathen]], [[Dilaf]] claimed that a Derethi arteth gave him a copy of the Do-Kando and the Do-Dereth, which he read in one night.{{book ref|Elantris|3}}

Revision as of 05:43, 25 August 2019

Do-Kando
World Sel
Universe Cosmere
Featured In Elantris

The Do-Kando is the ancient holy book of Shu-Keseg, written by Dereth and Korath, the disciples of Keseg. It is a very early piece of Selish literature, though not as early as Wyrn the King.[1] Despite the fact that Dereth and Korath wrote their own holy books, the Derethi at least still use the Do-Kando alongside the Do-Dereth.[2]

While explaining his conversion to Shu-Dereth to Hrathen, Dilaf claimed that a Derethi arteth gave him a copy of the Do-Kando and the Do-Dereth, which he read in one night.[2]

Trivia

In the original printings of Elantris, this book was once referred to as Do-Keseg.[2] This was changed to Do-Kando in the Tenth Anniversary Edition of Elantris.


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