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Sor
Family
Children Gret
Profession Dockmaster
Residence Diggen's Point
World Lumar
Universe Cosmere
Featured In Tress of the Emerald Sea
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Sor is a citizen and the Dockmaster of Diggen's Point on Lumar.[1]

Appearance and Personality[edit]

Sor is described as being the opposite of his employee Gremmy. Whereas Gremmy is squat and flat-faced, Sor sits tall and straight. He is, for all intents and purposes, Gremmy's boss, however; he rarely mentions this, on the off chance that he might have to pay for Gremmy's tab.[1]

Though he could afford the wine at Brick's Tavern, he sips beer, so he will not appear wealthy enough to be able purchase said wine.[1]

History[edit]

Diggen's Point and Tress' Escape[edit]

Sor lived on Diggen's Point with his daughter Gret for an unknown period of time. Though, like most residents of Diggen's Point, he lived on The Rock for most of her life. Unable to leave, per the Verdant King and The Duke's instructions.[2]

Lem knew that Tress would need the help of all three men. And so, Lem cashed in on silent favors tailed up by invisible ledgers. As a result of this, Sor; along with Gremmy and Brick arrived at Tress' house, and demanded to assist her in her escape of Diggen's Point. Sor was able to assist in accomplishing this by using his position as dockmaster, instructing Gremmy to roll a sixth keg alongside five other barrels of ale, which contained Gret, Sor's daughter, and feathers, to muffle her breathing. The "inspector" was able to hear Gret inside the barrel and kicked it over, revealing her inside. This caused Gremmy to break down and start crying. However, Gremmy, Sor, Brick and Gret all knew this was a ruse, as the Inspector, was in fact Tress in disguise.[1]

Tress' Return[edit]

Tress returned to Diggen's Point, as captain of the Two Cups but only for a short time, long enough to deliver the King's new instructions, along with several other letters, and retrieve her family. During her return, she took special care to thank Gremmy, Brick, Gret, and Sor for their assistance in helping her initially escape The Rock.[3]

Notes[edit]

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