by Ben McSweeney
In the Final Empire, Terris stewards traditionally wear a tinningdar in the three colors of the noble house that the steward serves. They are sometimes referred to as "steward's robes"; Jastes identifies Sazed as a steward by his robes. Other items of Terris clothing, such as the robes worn by Tindwyl, are colorful and identifiably Terris, but are not mentioned as having the distinctive V pattern of the tinningdar.
Sazed regularly wears a tinningdar, and owns at least one slightly more ornate version that he wears to formal events. He wears the robes even when performing menial tasks, such as digging a grave or stirring soup.
Sazed and other former stewards continue to wear the tinningdar after the fall of the Final Empire, although the colors no longer represent nobility. They are still worn by the Terris 300 years after the Catacendre.
Chaos2651 (talk) 18:53, 26 January 2019 (MST)
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