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Tata (died 873), also known as The Dart, was a ranking member of the Order of the Ancients' Wardens of Law sect, holding the title Palatinus. He used to frequent around Quatford's stables in eastern Sciropescire. Apart from the Order, Tata was known under another alias, Defender of Otta's Wyrd.
Speaking his own tales, Tata claimed that he rose from the grounds of Mercia, insinuating his devotion for the land. As a young boy, he rode across the lands of Sciropescire, Ledecestrescire, and Oxenefordscire. His continuance of a legacy started when his grandfather fought for old King Offa of Mercia. Being intelligent and considerate, Tata learned everything about the old King, including his membership towards the Order. Thus, Tata wanted the same path, joined the Order, and rapidly rose towards the rank of Palatinus. His alias, The Dart, came to be as a note to his experience and stability.
The Viking shieldmaiden Eivor Varinsdottir first learned of a clue, which gave the title, The Dart, when she assassinated Eanbhert in his home in Glowecestre, Glowecestrescire. This clue led Eivor to investigate the ruined tower east of Caustow Castle near the southwestern border of Sciropescire, as The Dart's business was mentioned to be in its vicinity. Within her investigation, Eivor discovered a note on top of a counter in the abandoned tower. This clue divulged the location and true identity of The Dart: Tata, Defender of Otta's Wyrd. The location was around Quatford's stables in eastern Sciropescire. Arriving to the stables, she caught sight of Tata and assassinated him, ending his presence among the region.
After his death, Eivor found another clue from his personal effects, leading her to the identity of another Order member, The Adze. The first of three clues led Eivor needing to defeat the drinking champion in Ledecestre.
- The clue that Eivor received from Tata's personal effects is the same clue Eivor received when she hunted down and killed the Zealot Cola. Nevertheless, either clue leads to the first clue of The Adze.