Quentin IV and Quentin III
Shortly after the prologue, in which Minobu Tetsuhara unwittingly spares the life of Jaime Wolf on Dromini VI, the book "Wolves on the Border" tells the story of the Wolf's Dragoons employment under House Kurita, beginning with their raid on Quentin ("Wolves on the Border", pp. 9-81). This raid includes the seizure of materials from Independence Weaponry in the name of the Draconis Combine.
However, the book's description of Quentin does not match the material on this page. The book says that the raid occurs on Quentin IV, an industrial world with high surface temperatures, plains, and oscillating mix of turbulent storms and desiccating conditions. The book also describes Quentin III, a world rich in raw materials but poorly habitable, requiring its inhabitants to remain in mines or environmentally sealed buildings.
Neither or these quite match with the description of the planet written here. Is "Wolves on the Border" considered canon?--S.gage (talk) 14:42, 6 June 2013 (PDT)