San'dellora Dizen'ralith Val'Beldrobbaen
Appeared in chapters 48
- Air sorcery
A Beldrobbaen clan ambassador.
Appearance & Personality
San'dellora is a a slight drowolath with long black hair and light grey eyes. She wears her her in a loose ponytail and has a large number of facial piercings. She is somewhat lacking in confidence, and prone to hesitation.
Biography - Arc II
She is first seen as the Beldrobbaen recover from the aftermath of the Puppeteer Incident, as Waes'soloth calls a meeting of the clan heads. Unfortunately, as Ischa and San'dellora soon explain, only two of the clan's Dev'esses have responded to the summons. As San'dellora reports of erratic behavior from the other houses, Waes sends couriers to demand explanations, but is interrupted by a report from Verthandi regarding the flower poison and Snadhya'rune's offer of a cure. As arguments arise regarding the poison and methods of dealing with it, Waes'soloth retreats from the scene to seclude herself. Meanwhile, the other clan heads move to deal with the problem individually.
San'dellora herself follows Verthandi, suspecting she is infected and inquiring further as to Snadhya'rune's offer. However, others soon arrive, convinced of Verthandi's treachery. San'dellora can only watch as Verthandi is overwhelmed and pinned to the ground. Her attackers cut the hair from her head, and would have cut out her tongue, were it not for the timely intervention of Waes'soloth.
Having been convinced of the need for the clan to stand united, both Val and Commoner, Waes'soloth arrives with a servant that identifies the true poisoner, Laan's sixth born. With her treachery exposed, the young Val opens her robes to reveal numerous vials of the infectious poison. Realizing the danger, and having already been struck by one such vial, Waes'soloth orders the others to evacuate the room, including San'dellora.
Following Waes'soloth's decision to open the fortress to aid from Jaal'darya, who claim to have experimental treatments to the infection, San'dellora is seen having her blood tested for flower spores. As fortune would have it, she was never infected.
"I can feel my vision wavering. I don't know what to do!" -While beginning to suspect she is infected.
This article reflects events up to chapter 48.