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|Species:||Dinaelurus illumina sapiens (song-hearer)|
|Pelt Color:||dusty brown|
at least one litter including New Singer (from True-of-voice)
|Book Appearances:||Ratha's Challenge, Ratha's Courage|
|Status:||Deceased (killed by bushfire)|
Tooth-broke-on-a-bone has the same light, dusty brown coat like most of her people with her characteristic of her fractured fang she broke while chewing on a bone.
She appears for the first time in Ratha's Challenge
In Bonechewer's Legacy she's said to have sired a litter from True-of-voice: one of the cubs is New Singer, thus providing the Tribe an heir. She's said to be old for having cubs, but New Singer is growing strong.
In Ratha's Courage she's one of the many females of the Hunters to be killed by the fire. Her body is disposed according the Tribe traditions and mourned.
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In Ratha's Challenge, she's briefly referred as "his" and "him". Considering that in Ratha's Courage she's said to be a female, and this is confirmed in Bonechewer's Legacy, the correct gender is female.