Although a good leader, his youth caused him to be underestimated sometimes, especially by Southern Hold's Lord Toric. K'van eventually went to F'lar, explaining that first Toric tried to bully him into helping him retake Big Island from the squatter Denol , in spite of the fact that the Weyrs are not supposed to involve themselves in Holder disputes. After being rebuked by the Weyrleader, Toric tried to undermine K'van's leadership by trying to bribe some of his riders to transport men to the island, but they remained loyal to K'van and Toric merely received the same response.
F'lar found Toric's actions outrageous and congratulated K'van on his stance. Later, K'van would be the one to report to F'lar and Lessa that Toric was illegally extending his hold. With them he coordinated a demonstration that put the mutinous lord holder in his place. Although Toric tried to pay him back for this by threatening to cut contacts with Southern Weyr, K'van informed him that the dragonfolk had already relocated to a place they liked better anyway. K'van and his Weyrwoman had a location they liked for their future weyrhold that K'van found on his first sweep.
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