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'''Silas Dengdamor''' is a character in ''[[Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency (BBC America)|Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency]]''.
 
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==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Revision as of 15:36, December 17, 2017


Silas Dengdamor is a character in Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency.

Biography

Silas is a member of the Dengdamor family, the eldest son[2] of Frija Dengdamor; he has a brother, Farson Dengdamor.

The Middle of Everywhere

Silas Dengdamor confronted Panto Trost, who promised the Trost family was not responsible for the disappearance of Silas's bother Farson. Silas believed him, and let Panto continue on his quest to find Dirk Gently.[3]

Returning home, Silas and Wygar reported to Frija Dengdamor. Silas attempted lying about Panto falling to his death while dueling him, but Frija questioned his story. Wygar then stood and told a different lie about Silas fighing Panto and needing to be aided by Wygar, during which Panto managed to flee. Disappointed and enraged, Frija ordered the Trost farmlands burned down. Silas pleaded to his mother for unity between the families in the face of their common enemy the Mage, and to think of the prophecy, but Frija dismissed it as fiction.[2]

...[4]

...[5]

...[6]

Silas was resurrected when the Boy, Francis, restored Wendimoor; he is shown on a bridge with his beloved Panto.[7]

Behind the scenes

Appearances

Notes

References

  1. The House Within the House
  2. 2.0 2.1 Fans of Wet Circles
  3. Space Rabbit
  4. That Is Not Miami
  5. Little Guy, Black Hair
  6. Trouble Is Bad
  7. Nice Jacket
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