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Tom is the main protagonist of the Beast Quest series, alongside his best friend Elenna

Tom is the main protagonist of Beast Quest, and is saved many lands as well as Avantia. He is the son of Taladon and Freya, both Masters of the Beasts in their respected kingdoms. He took over as Master of the Beasts in Avantia from Taladon in the end of The Golden Armour. Tom mainly travels with Elenna, his horse Storm, and her wolf Silver, but has sometimes gone with others, such as Seb when Elenna was kidnapped. He is described as kind hearted and determined, always wanti

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Where it All Began Edit

The Golden Armor Edit

The Dark Realm Edit

The Amulet Of Avantia Edit

The Shade Of Death Edit

The World Of Chaos Edit

The Lost World Edit

The Pirate King Edit

The Warlock's Staff Edit

Master Of The Beasts Edit

The New Age Edit

The Darkest Hour Edit

The Warrior's Road Edit

The Cursed Dragon Edit

Velmal's Revenge Edit

The Siege Of Gwildor Edit

The Broken Star Edit

The Trial Of Heroes Edit

The Kingdom Of Dragons Edit

The Isle Of Ghosts Edit

The Sorcerer's Revenge Edit

Kin Edit

At the beginning of the first book, Ferno the Fire Dragon, it is revealed that Taladon the Swift, the presumed dead Master of the Beasts in Avantia, is Tom's father, as well as having an Uncle Henry and Aunt Maria. In Trema the Earth Lord, Freya, the Mistress of the Beasts in Kayonia, is revealed to be Tom's mother. Tom is also rumoured to been a descendant of one the original Masters of the Beasts.

Quotes Edit

  • 'While there's blood in my veins, I won't let Malvel win.'

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • He is named after the fashion boutique brand Tom Ford.
  • In the U.S. adaptations, he wears long jeans as his pants.

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