In this article, the Ancient Language refers to the Ancient Language of Christopher Paolini's Inheritance Trilogy, comprising Eragon, Eldest, and the third book (which has yet to be published and may be called Empire) in the fictional world of Alagaësia. The Ancient Language originated from the Grey Folk, and is used by the elves for everything, and by elves, Dragon Riders, Shades, and other magic users to perform magic. Names in this language are true names, making it the language of magic. The knowledge of one's true name grants the ability to control them/it. The pronunciation, tenses, and other things about the Ancient Language can be found in the Language Guide in the Deluxe Edition of Eragon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ancient Language (Inheritance)"
Christopher Paolini (born November 17, 1983) is the author of the Inheritance trilogy. He currently lives with his family in Paradise Valley, Montana. ...more on Wikipedia about "Christopher Paolini"
Eldest is the title of the second book in the Inheritance Trilogy written by Christopher Paolini. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eldest"
Empire will be the third book of the Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher Paolini. It is expected to be published in 2007, following the release of Eldest in 2005 and Eragon in 2003. Empire will continue two patterns between the titles: they all begin with the letter 'e' and have six letters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Empire (Inheritance trilogy)"
Eragon is a novel written by Christopher Paolini and is the first book of the Inheritance trilogy. It was originally self-published by the author before being picked up by Alfred A. Knopf after which it became a publishing success. Eragons sequel is Eldest, and the third book in its series is likely to be called Empire. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eragon"
The Inheritance Trilogy is a three book series, soon to be a major motion picture trilogy, about a 15 year old teenager named Eragon and his dragon Saphira. It is Christopher Paolini's debut work, and takes place in the fantasy land of Alagaësia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Inheritance Trilogy"
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