Sil'nua Val'Sharen

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Appeared in chapters                                                        55  

Sil'nua Val'Sharen
Moonless Age Cameo character
Portrait of Sil'nua Val'Sharen
Sponsored by: Makezu0
Current Status
Defending the Ninth Tower
Talents
Family


Sil'nua is one of Sil'lice's surviving sons and one of the few remaining Sharen loyal to her cause.

Appearance & Personality

Sil'nua is a short and thin male drowolath with tainted eyes. He has white hair drawn back into a number of braids, adorned with large blue beads. He wears relatively nondescript plate armor patterned after that worn by his mother, with an unusually large number of belts and straps fastened around his torso. He is fiercely loyal to and idolizes his mother, obsessively striving to ensure her interests and goals are met. While generally a brooding and calculating individual, his intense hatred of Snadhya'rune can invoke a far more openly-violent demeanor.

Biography - Arc III

Invaders in the Ninth Tower

Sil'nua first appeared as a pair of intruders made an attack upon the Ninth Tower of Orthorbbae, having distracted many of the ruined school's occupants with a demon on the levels below. As the invaders climbed the tower to extract Sharess' corpse, it was Sil'lice and her children who rose to intervene between Diva and the minions of Snadhya'rune. After his mother and sister ravaged the intruder with a painted mask, Sil'nua yanked out what appeared to be a foci gem from the neck stump--evidence that the intruders were merely flesh golems. The remaining intruder boasted that they would be "reborn" and return to try again, prompting Sil'nua disparagingly retort that his family had dealt with similar intruders in the past. He tossed the foci to Sil'lice who promptly overloaded the gem into shattering.

Notable Quotes

"Yeah... About that. Fuck your immortality. You're not the first abomination we've destroyed, nor will you be the last."[1] - Speaking in the Ninth Tower to the remaining intruder.

Character Concept



This article reflects events up to chapter 56.

Sources:

  1. Chapter 55, page 24