Sabrror Vel'Sharen

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Appeared in chapters   2      8 9  11     16         25                      47        

Sabrror Vel'Sharen
Moonless Age character
Portrait of Sabrror Vel'Sharen
Current Status
Zala'ess' Mate
Talents
  • Physical combat
Family

Sabrror is the preferred mate of Zala'ess Vel'Sharen. He is heavily tainted, and it is likely that he is the father of most of her children.

Appearance and Personality

Sabrror is quiet and stoic in his demeanor, partially due to the nature of his taint. He, like many men in the Vel'Sharen clan, was seeded with a particularly powerful demon to dull his personality, numb him to pain, and enhance his strength in combat. He is often seen wearing a special suit of armor designed to seal the taint within him and help him keep his seed under control. His armor is dark grey with teal stones and accents. He has messy grey hair, tainted red eyes, and his face is marked by advanced levels of tainting sickness.

Biography - Arc I

Sabrror first appears as Ariel's class gathers at the entrance to Orthorbbae, dropping off his youngest son, Nau'kheol. Kel'noz makes a cheerfully half-hearted attempt to greet the grim warrior, to which Sabrror responds with a dismissive grunt. He then departs atop his dragon mount.[1]

Biography - DEPRECATED WIP

Sabrror is a dedicated and loyal mate to Zala'ess Vel'Sharen. He rarely speaks and he always follows her orders as he protects her wherever she goes. He is known to be the father of Nau'kheol Vel'Sharen, and it is very likely that he is the father of the majority of Zala'ess' other children as well.

He stood by Zala'ess' side whenever she left the Vel'Sharen palace. When Chrys'tel became concerned about the true fate of Val'Sharess Diva'ratrika, Sabrror assisted Zala'ess in comforting her, claiming that Diva'ratirka has simply become very, very tired with the matters of the clans.

Character Concept



This article reflects events up to chapter 39.

Sources:

  1. chapter 2 page 28