AndreNorton wrote three ScienceFiction novels connected with the planet Warlock:
* ''Storm Over Warlock'': Shann Lantee is the sole survivor when Throgs attack. With Ragnar Thorvald, whose ship is shot down soon after, they must survive -- and discover the secret race living on Warlock
* ''Ordeal in Otherwhere'': Charis Nordholm is brought to Warlock to deal with the matriarchial Wyverns
* ''Forerunner Foray'': Ziantha's discovery of a Forerunner artifact leads to across planets to find more, and encounters a man who proves to be Shann and Charis's son.

''Foray'' also opens on Tikil, the same world as her ''Literature/{{Catseye}}''.

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!!Tropes included:

* AFriendInNeed: Thorvald comes to Shann's assistance when the Throg is attacking him.
* AfterActionPatchup: Thorvald treats Shann's injuries several times.
* AgonyBeam: Shann remembers one, used on him as a child.
* AllNaturalGemPolish: Underground crystals are clearly crystalline.
* ArtifactOfAttraction: The bone coin
* BackFromTheDead: Turan plays this for all it's worth
* BondCreatures: The animals develop into this.
* BringNewsBack: After Shann's capture in ''Ordeal'', Charis must
* CatFolk: Yasa in ''Foray'' is one.
* TheCavalry: At thend of ''Storm''
* TheCityNarrows: The Dipple; the Dumps of Tyr
* ChangingOfTheGuard: No two protagonists are alike.
* ColdBloodedTorture: The Throgs threaten Shan with this.
* DamselInDistress: When a Wyvern loses control of a forktail.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Shann tries to hide his.
* DayHurtsDarkAdjustedEyes: When they are caught in a cave.
* DescriptionInTheMirror: Ziantha in ''Forerunner Foray'':
-->She looked into the cruelly bright mirror, cruel because being so often used to check a disguising makeup, it revealed rather than softened every defect of complexion and feature. There was the real outward Ziantha. And with this hour and her great fatigue, that sight was a blow to any vanity.
-->She was very thin and her skin was pallid. Her hair, from the warm steam of her bath, curled tightly to her head, no lock of it longer than one of her fingers. In color it was silver fair, though in daylight it would show a little darker. Her eyes were gray, so pale as to seem silver too. The mouth below was large, her lips with little curve, but a clear red. As for the rest -- she scowled at the true Ziantha and shrugged on her night robe.
* DirtyBusiness: Leaving Lantee prisoner.
* DreamSpying: Speculated about in ''Storm''
* DudeInDistress: Shann in ''Storm'' and ''Ordeal''
* DueToTheDead: Turan was buried with a war captive.
* TheDulcineaEffect: Shann jumps to the rescue of a Wyvern.
* EmpathicWeapon: Empathic gems, actually. Definitely having influence.
* EnclosedSpace: The city where D'Eyree lives.
* TheExile: Puvult, in ''Foray'', had returned after Turan's death -- making Turan's revival dangerous.
* FallenPrincess: Charis fell to her enslaved position
* FeudalFuture: the Forerunner civilization
* FieldPromotion: Shann Lantee, to cadet
* TheFinalTemptation: The psychic return of a beloved but now deceased pet.
* FireForgedFriends: Thorvald and Shann in ''Storm''; Ziantha and Turan in ''Foray''
* FlawExploitation: Yasa leaves the planet under orders -- when she wants to go.
* ForScience: Ziantha's usefulness in discovering ancient civilization ensures her final safety.
* {{Gendercide}}: Briefly used to set up the opening
* GenderRestrictedAbility: Dreaming among Wyverns
* GetAHoldOfYourselfMan: Ziantha gets one while unable to contract the artifact
* GodGuise: Turan and Vintha claimed to have miracluously returned by the direct intervention of the god Vut.
* GrandTheftMe: For once, the heroes pull this off, albeit accidently
* GraveRobbing: Their object is the "tomb of Turan."
* HeadsOrTails: Or fly off through the air.
* HeroicSacrifice: Turan's, to protect Ziantha.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Inverted: Garth's malice is not the cause of his own death, but it does save Shan's life.
* HumanSacrifice: Practiced for the dead in ''Foray''
* IGaveMyWord: The soldier Turan recruits to help
* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: In ''Ordeal'', one set of bad shooting is lampshaded.
* InMediasRes: All three books.
* InevitableWaterfall: A waterfall, or rapids, send them off the river despite their lack of ways to carry water
* InsectoidAliens: The Throg, physically at least
* ItsAllAboutMe: Yasa is described as totally self-absorbed in ''Foray'', though she is more practical than most about it.
* IWorkAlone: D'Eyree's solitary approach to life means she's vulnerable
* KlingonPromotion: Practiced in the Thieves' Guild.
* LadyLand: The Wyvern cities are all female. The males appear, in ''Ordeal'', to live in the wilderness; they do not dream, and are held inferior for it.
* LeonineContract: Charis signs on as an effective slave, because the alternative is worse
* LossOfIdentity: The threat of "erasure" hangs over sensitives who work for the Guild.
* MadeASlave: Indefinite term labor contracts; Charis signs one to escape, and is traded for agricultural slaves
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Even Charis finds the white death's selectivity very odd.
* MentalFusion: In ''Ordeal''
* MentalTimeTravel: Ziantha and Turan in ''Foray''.
* MindControlDevice: The bone coin
* MindlinkMates: Shann and Charis will be this after ''Ordeal'', because their son talks of it in ''Foray''
* MindProbe: The Company men may use it on Lantee, after his capture.
* MonsterShapedMountain: In ''Storm Over Warlock'', Shann Lantee first dreams of, and then sees, a mountain like an enormous skull. Winged creatures fly into and out of its eyeholes.
* {{Necromancy}}: Ziantha thinks the artifact's effect is like this
* NiceToTheWaiter: Garth Thorvald is not.
* TheOathBreaker: Turan throws this at his widow.
* OurGiantsAreBigger: Thorvald dubs a place Utgard, after a habitation of giants, from his planet's folklore
* ParentalAbandonment:
** Shann's parents are never mentioned; he was an urchin on the streets very young.
** Charis's father died shortly before ''Ordeal'' began.
* PetTheDog: Jagan is clearly distressed by what the contact with the Wyverns did to Sheeha.
* PlanetLooters: The Throg live on raiding. They may have destroyed their native planet.
* PrimalFear: Being buried alive
* ThePromise: The Throg makes one to Shann
* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: In ''Foray'', Ziantha and "Turan" exploit the civilization they fell into for their purposes -- which amount to TombRobbing.
* PsychicLink: Shann and Charis develop one.
* PsychicPowers: All the protagonists. The Wyverns.
* PsychologicalTormentZone: The Wyverns' test
* TheReptilians: Unusually, a beneficient branch.
* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: One insane character holds strongly to this.
* SacredHospitality: The Wyverns welcome Charis.
* SchrodingersButterfly: How can you tell whether a meeting is real and not another Wyvern indcuced dream?
* SoleSurvivor: Shann, of the Throg attack.
* SoProudOfYou: Ragnar talking to Garth, trapped in the dream.
* SpacePirates: The Jacks, both in ''Ordeal'' and ''Foray''
* StarfishAliens: The Throgs. No communication is possibly
* TheStarscream: Ogan in ''Foray''
* StreetUrchin: Shann, thrown out on the street at quite a young age to survive.
* TalkingInYourDreams: The first scout on Warlock reported dreams.
* TeleportersAndTransporters: A major Wyvern power
* TheyHaveTheScent: The Throg "hound"
* ThievesGuild: Ziantha belongs to it
* TimeTravel: Mental time travel drives the plot of ''Foray''
* UpliftedAnimal: The wolverines are part of a program that produces specially intelligent and trained animals.
* VanityIsFeminine: Played with for Charis and Ziantha.
* WarRefugees: Ziantha's BackStory, though she's too young to remember it.
* WeaselCoWorker: Garth Thorvald could always sweettalk his way out of trouble, meaning Shann had to put up with his abuse.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Several events in ''Ordeal''
* YouShouldHaveDiedInstead: Or rather as well as -- and the man saying it was not in his right mind at the time
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