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Appeared in chapters                                     36               51 52     

Moonless Age Cameo Character
Portrait of Ba'dal
Race: Naga
Sponsored by: Midnightbast
Current Status
Sullisin'rune Slave
  • Hemotoxic venom
  • Serves as a spy for Ash'waren

Ba'dal is a naga slave in the service of Ill'haress Ash'waren.

Appearance & Personality

Ba'dal is a lithe and buxom naga with fair speckled skin and blues eyes with slit pupils. She has shoulder-length red hair that fades to blue at the ends, and has blue tattoos running vertically from her lower eyelids to her chin. She dresses in elaborate harem-style servant clothing, complete with gold jewelry. Her tail is a dark crimson.

Despite her status as a slave, she is quite loyal to Ash'waren and appears to be genuinely concerned about her mistress' health.

Biography - Arc II

Ba'dal first appeared as Faen rentered the central tower of the Val'Sullisin'rune Dome. As the young Val approached her and requested to speak with Salan'dara, Ba'dal informed her that Salan'dara was not in the palace, pleading with her to meet with Ash'waren instead. She informed Faen that the Ill'haress had not been eating or drinking well, stating her hope that Faen would be able to help bring her back to good health.

Biography - Arc III

Following her mistress Ash'waren Val'Sullisin'rune who was on the run from the Sul lands, Ba'dal relocated to Machike three years following The District War. She attended to the Sul Illhar'ess, but did not miss the opportunity to play with Ariel's siblings once more, after Machike's colonists evacuated the surface[1]. Ba'dal enjoyed her jokes of eating the children despite Xy'tin's worried remarks.

Notable Quotes

"If you could please be so kind as to help us of the servant caste: encourage her to eat and drink. We do worry so about her."[2] - Imploring Faen to speak with her mother.

Character Concept

This article reflects events up to Chapter 52.


  2. Chapter 36, page 18