Jethel

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Appeared in chapters                                             44        

Jethel
Moonless Age Cameo character
Portrait of Jethel
Race: Drowolath
Sponsored by: Enferen
Current Status
Felde Servant
Talents
  • Affinity - Light Sorcery
Trivia

Jethel is a former Tei'kaliath and surface colonist. Previously, he served in Felde as one of Snadhya'rune's many servants.

Appearance & Personality

Jethel is a relatively short and lean drowolath male with blue eyes. He wears simple grey robes and a metal hairband, befitting his status as a humble servant. Polite and professional, he believed Snadhya'rune to be a good employer, if nothing else.

Following his assault by Kharla, he left Snadhya'rune's service and became a surface colonist. The experience has left him rather embittered and with a much shorter temper than before. He makes a large effort to hide the signs of his dollification by Kharla.

Biography - Arc II

Serving Snadhya’rune

When Mel'arnach and Lu/Khaless arrived in Felde, Jethel greeted them and provided Mel with a fur coat gifted to her from Snadhya'rune. As Mel wistfully commented on Snadhya'rune's impressive holdings in Felde, Jethel noted her to be a good employer.[1] He then departed to attend to the carriage's Dawmeres.

Felde Peace Conference

When Kiel's group arrived, he was somewhat taken aback as Njack took some of the food he was serving off of his platter. Later, as he interrupted Kharla as she was gorging herself directly above a buffet, she stuffed one of the buns in his mouth and proceeded to use her high sorcery on him before Larvova and Khaless arrived to stop her. Despite this, one of his eyes had been dollified, marking him as a survivor of Kharla's power.

Biography - Arc III

Notable Quotes

"Lady Vel? Excuse me, Lady Vel? if you could please follow me--" - Unintentionally drawing Kharla's ire.[2]

Character Concept



This article reflects events up to chapter 44.

Sources:

  1. chapter 44 page 29
  2. chapter 44 page 60