Key'sal is a Highland Raider who assisted Ariel during her journey on the surface, now serving in Machike.
Appearance & Personality
Keysal is a drowolath female of average build with light purple eyes. She is a straight-forward individual, easily confused by complicated orders and preferring a simple approach to problems. She has a soft spot for cute children. She formerly wore her hair short and dyed dark blue at the ends. She now wears it longer and bound into a loose ponytail by a red ribbon.
Biography - Arc I
Key'sal is the leader of a squad of Highland Raiders ordered by Commander Quill'yate to follow Ariel on her journey to fined Faen. They tracked Ariel's party from a distance until they found obvious signs of a struggle.
They quickly tracked Ariel's aura to a Halme castle. They attacked, unknowingly creating the opening Ariel needed to free Faen. They met up with the young heir, congratulated her on her victory, and escorted her party back home to the Sarghress Fortress.
Biography - Arc III
Snadhya'rune Vel'Sharen's airship arrived at Machike a day later, bringing Kyo'nne Val'Illhar'dro to negotiate with the Machike leadership. After being ordered to leave, Key'sal again took command of the defenders, who aimed cannons at the airship in a show of force. The airship made as if to leave, but returned to Machike and began bombarding the colonists with their mana cannons, destroying most of the colony.
Key'sal survived the assault, and was among the defenders left over as the airship continued to chase the Machike survivors deeper into the underworld. She waited at the rendezvous point with a handful of other defenders and colonists, waiting for Ariel to arrive before making a potential counter-attack.
"Ariel is our priority; we'll use the tracker to find her and get to the bottom of this. I know we were ordered to hang back, but Quill'yate won't be happy if we let something happen to her." - To Tebryn, during their search for Ariel after she was separated from her group on their surface mission.
This article reflects events up to chapter 52.