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Eefaw Potter is a potter of Cloud Mountain.

Biography

The Green Ember

Cloud Mountain

Eefaw is first seen in Great Hall working in his pottery booth. He humorously splashes his three apprentices with wet clay while working on a project and speaking to Heather and Emma.

Potter's War

Note: Because Potter's War has yet to be publicly released, Eefaw Potter's role in the story shall not be disclosed on this wiki. Should S. D. Smith ever choose to publish Potter's War, a complete summary shall be added. Thank you.

Ember Falls

Eefaw Potter is seen from a distance by Heather, who visits Cloud Mountain for the purpose of telling Emma of her royal heritage and the death of Smalls. As before, his wet clay pottery fly out of control, spinning onto some young rabbits who were unfortunate to be nearby.

The Last Archer

Eefaw, while carrying some pottery into the Savory Den, blunders without a care in the world, nearly making the cups stacked in the tray in his hands to tip. Gort, running to assist him with his cups, slips on some spilled soup and crashes into Eefaw, resulting in the demolition of all of the cups except one, which Gort was fortunate to save. Eefaw, a little surprised and unhappy with what he thought was Gort's fault, assisted in the cleaning of the mess, promising Gort that he wouldn't charge him for the broken pottery.

Physical appearance

Eefaw is described as old, fat, and bearded. He is clothed in a tunic and trousers, over which he wears a simple vest.

Personality and traits

Eefaw Potter is a busy, cheerful worker and a friendly rabbit who is often preoccupied with something pertaining to the making of pottery. More often than not, in his busy state, he is less than careful with his pottery, causing many a rabbit to be made distraught over where his clay flies (whether wet or dry).

Trivia

  • S. D. Smith has listed Eefaw as being one of his most amusing characters.[1]
  • The surname "Potter" is of English origin and refers to the occupation of making pottery.[2]

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