Martin Valere wrote of the riots that “the events which transpired that week led up to a sudden surge in activity in anti-council protests.” The Kharvaine Riots were considered to be the most violent uprising in the history of the Northern Frontiers, further compounded due to the lack of any form of travel into or out of Nordvalen.
The results were equally as bloody as the instigating events leading up to them. It is estimated that over one fifth of the city was out in force that night, with casualties reported in the hundreds. Valere continues in his writings that, however, “the aftermath of what a few people undertook that day changed the face of the city forever. It is entirely possible that […] a worse fate was avoided, regardless of the morality of the decisions made that night.”