Sindas

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Appeared in chapters                                        39    43       50

Sindas
Moonless Age Cameo character
Portrait of Sindas
Race: Demon
Sponsored by: Sindas
Current Status
Summoned Demon Prince


Trivia
  • His crown like structure on his head splutters when he laughs.
Sindas is a tangible demonic summon of Kiel'ndia Vel'Vloz'ress.

Appearance & Personality

Sindas, like his fellows Bast and Njack, is a Friend Demon summon of Kiel's. He is black all over with white horns and two white worms surrounding him.

Biography

He appears when Khaless Sharen appears and Kiel attacks her. Sindas, alongside Bast, helps Kiel but Khaless successfully holds her own.

Later, he took part in Kiel's attempts to assassinate the False Empress, first coming out of dolls to take on Nemea'tari. After Kiel stabbed the false empress, he arrives to take on Kail'odian, who beheaded him, but this doesn't get rid of Sindas.

Afterwards, he was present when Kiel and Chrys talk about recent major events where it is shown his beheadment hasn't inconvenienced him at all. Later he was seen at the gathering where the stone containing the turtle summon was present. Later, he is seen on the turtle summon heading to Felde.

Travelling to Felde

On the way to Felde, he eavesdrops on Chrys' and Shinae's conversation with Njack, Bast and Kiel before getting interrupted by Fame'nidea's announcement that they have company. When the Jaals greeted, he said that he didn't know the Jaals dealt with demons. The group on the summon decided to follow the Jaals after it turns out they were going in the wrong direction because Kharla fell asleep.

When they arrived in Felde, they gained the attention of Larvova, Finol and Labran'che. After Kiel made a vulgar joke regarding Zala'ess, he and Njack joined in on the punchline. Sindas later follows Kiel to go after Kharla where he liked the sight of Kharla and Khaless in their outfits. After Ran'diirk’s failed attempt to kill Snad, he carries Kiel upstairs with Njack tagging along with them. During Snadyarune's speech, he witnesses Snad choose Chrys'tel as part of her demonstration. When Shodun gave the command, he kneeled.

Assault on Orthorbbae

After the Puppeteer Incident, Kiel enters Orthorbbae with Nau and several Vloz'ress associates in an attempt to locate the rumoured 9th Tower. In the chaos of Sil'lice's assault, Kiel and Nau are able to find the hidden lift into the tower. After dispatching several golems, Kiel summons Sindas, Njack, and Inten to assist her in scouting. Eventually, the three demons encounter the tower's sole living resident: Sha'sana herself.

Irritated by the presence of "wild" demons, Sha'sana captures Kiel's summons and traps them into a rough ball in her hand, causing an argument to erupt between the ancient summoner and the energetic Kiel. An argument that quickly turns into an altercation as Sha'sana insists the duo leave. Moving to throw them from the tower's elevator, Sha'sana stays her hand when the manifestation of Naal's demon catches her interest. Intrigued, she demands the three to stay so that she might study the strange occurance, even promising to make certain allowances for Kiel's demonic summons.

However, this peace is ultimately short-lived. Having tracked Kiel to the elevator, Sil'lice arrives with a force of Sarghress soldiers. Accompanying the force is Diva, the reborn form of Diva'ratrika. Recognizing her old friend despite her new body, Sha'sana is caught entirely off-guard as Sil'lice strides forward and brutally impales the ancient summoner. Horrified, Nau attempts to intervene, distracting Sil'lice momentarily. This allows Sha'sana to counter by shoving the captured mass of Kiel's demons, including Sindas, directly into the vengeful Sharen's face. This both knocks Sil'lice out and taints her. With Sil'lice disabled, more moderate minds prevail the hostilities cease.

Sindas can later be seen curiously inspecting the body of Sharess, alongside Njack and Inten.


Character Concept

Official concept art of Sindas



This article reflects events up to chapter 50.