Apura Nal'sarkoth

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Appeared in chapters                                                   50 51

Apura Nal'sarkoth
Moonless Age Cameo character
Portrait of Apura Nal'sarkoth
Race: Drowolath
Sponsored by: Navian
Talents
  • Wood affinity

A tall Nal'sarkoth envoy and apparent bodyguard to Viri'sylvia.

Appearance & Personality

Apura is a tall and well-built drowolath with a short ponytail and teal eyes. Her hair is white with a faint blue tint. She is rather temperamental and prone to mood swings. She has made a hobby out of exercise, keeping a strict training regimen and training in wrestling. Despite her clan's affiliations, she has a great deal of respect for Quain'tana; though this can be tempered by her current mood.

Biography - Arc II

She is first seen attending the meeting of the clans following the Puppeteer Incident and the end of the District War. Physically imposing and attending the meeting in full armor, she appears to be serving as a bodyguard to Viri'sylvia. She is rather conflicted and undecided at the meeting, both agitated at the actions of the Sarghress military and yet also respecting Quain'tana's de facto authority over Chel.

Apura is also present when Nishi'kanta Vel'Sharen destroys a portion of the compound her sister snadhya'rune Vel'Sharen resided in. She led Nal'sarkoth forces to apprehend the Fourth Daughter, and check for signs of life inthe First. Apura was also assigned to watch the injured Nishi in the Nal'sarkoth forest.

Biography - Arc III

Hermionne Siege

Apura is among the Sarghress defenders during the Hermionne siege on Machike'Shikumo.[1]. She heard urgent news of the heavy bombard the goblins used against the wall alongside Ariel and Kel'noz.

Notable Quotes

"Don't you start, you twerp. She holds the empress' tower and everything under it. She could just go over there and sit on the big chair." -Angrily cutting off an objection from Viri'sylvia after suggesting Quain'tana simply take the throne.

Character Concept



This article reflects events up to chapter 52.

Sources:

  1. chapter 52 page 6