Tartary was near Muscovy and Western Siberia. The Tartars of His Dark Materials are great warriors, making them fearsome foes most people would not enjoy fighting. The article, His Dark Materials terminology, details the various terminology used in the His Dark Materials trilogy written by Philip Pullman. Here, Lyra finds Roger and also discovers the sinister secret of the Gobblers: they cut daemons and children apart in a process known as intercision. Alternate naming and other words. His Dark Materials is a fantasy 2019 - 2020 TV series that runs on BBC One in the UK, and on HBO in the rest of the world.

The Tartars are antagonists in His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman. Tartars were rumoured to eat children. The Tartars steal Lyra and bring her to Bolvanger, where the Gobblers keep the children they have kidnapped.

Tartary was a country in Lyra's world which could be divided in Central and Eastern Tartary. To enhance the feeling of being in a parallel universe, Pullman renames various common objects of our world with historic terms or new words of his own, often reflecting the power of the Church in Lyra's world.

A person from Tartary was called a Tartar.

The Tartars are reputed and feared by even intellectuals, all the scholars of Jordan College fear them.

The Tartars are a warmongering race of xenophobic genocidal humans who want to conquer the whole of the Earth that Lyra comes from.

Armored Bears His Dark Materials (2019– ) A young girl is destined to liberate her world from the grip of the Magisterium which represses people's ties to magic and their animal spirits known as daemons. It is based on the trilogy of … Tropes Media Browse Indexes Forums Videos

The Tartars are based on the real world race from Eastern Europe and Asia.