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Serene Silverfawn

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An elf of the Azoth (The Realm), she was kidnapped and sold into slavery, but killed her owner and escaped. She encountered Michigan college students Alex Stonewall, Marjorie Duncan, Dominic Wagner, and Sandra Beech in her travels and decided to help them find a way to return home. Silverfawn fell in love with Wagner, but knew that their aging differences would mean that a relationship could not be sustainable.


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Issue Appearances:
Amazing Heroes Swimsuit Special (1990)
Saga Of The Realm (1992)
Silverfawn (1989)
The Realm (1986)

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