Cailan was sterile because Queen Rowan was tainted while she was pregnant with him. Rowan was tainted during her time in the Deep Roads (The Stolen Throne). She came back with the taint which eventually killed her (the wasting sickness she died from sounds eerily like succumbing to the taint). Cailan was born free from the taint, but it did sterilize him. There was/is nothing wrong with Anora’s fertility.

Cailan was sterile because Queen Rowan was tainted while she was pregnant with him. Rowan was tainted during her time in the Deep Roads (The Stolen Throne). She came back with the taint which eventually killed her (the wasting sickness she died from sounds eerily like succumbing to the taint). Cailan was born free from the taint, but it did sterilize him. There was/is nothing wrong with Anora’s fertility.

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  11. darktenshi17 said: It’s interesting to note that in The Calling, there is a part near the beginning of the book where King Maric wonders if it wasn’t the taint that killed Rowan.