- Wind sorcery
A brash Kavahini warrior and ally of Mikilu.
Appearance & Personality
Chakri is a tall and lithe Mimian drowolath with grey eyes, long white hair, and brown highlights. She is brash, belligerent, and mildly xenophobic; traits quite common among her people. She wears the brown owl-like robes and facepaint of her people and wields a metal-shod quarterstaff in combat.
Chakri first appears at Mimaneid, as the Kavahini prepare to mount an assault upon Snadhya'rune's holdings in Felde. Irritated by the presence of outsiders, she spits at Chess'riia and challengs her to a duel, prompting the Chelian to draw her blade. However, Diva soon informs Chess'riia that steel is not used in Mimian duels, as they use mana arts to resolve conflicts non-lethally. However, their match is quickly interrupted by Kadara, who punches Chakri in the stomach and issues a challenge of her own.
Assault on Felde
She next appears as part of the Mimaneid force striking against Snadhya'rune's forces in Felde. Upon entering the compound, she bypasses a surprised Ynda to continue further into the fortress. She soon encounters Ariel and company as they recover from traumatic events moments earlier at Kalki's hands, but is promptly driven away by Lulianne. Despite these obstacles, she is eventually able to link up with Mikilu and Myridil. The trio reach Snadhya'rune and manage to overpower her escort, with Chakri personally incapacitating Tanavya with a sharp blow the head.
As the trio engage the eldest daughter, her guardians soon recover. Myridil is brought down by an attack from Jiaan as Chakri struggles to destroy the rapidly growing swarm of summons. While the Kavahini warriors are unable to get past Snadhya'rune's defenses, the battle is enough of a distraction to allow Erelice to sneak up on the Sharen matriarch. Having been grievously wounded by the sneak-attack, Snadhya'rune enters a blind fury. Though Chakri and Mikilu manage to escape, Myridil is crushed to death by Snadhya'rune's powerful summons.
"<You stink and you look funny in those colors.>" -Allegedly to Chess'riia, as translated by Diva.
This article reflects events up to chapter 46.