Strigg'dae Kavahini

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Appeared in chapters                                               46      

Strigg'dae Kavahini
Moonless Age Cameo character
Portrait of Strigg'dae Kavahini
Race: Drowolath
Sponsored by: Lordpanther
Current Status
Kavahini Soldier
Talents
  • Affinity - Metal Sorcery
  • Air Sorcery
Trivia
  • Has a pet owl, Flutter


A pint-sized Kavahini warrior.

Appearance & Personality

Strigg'dae is a short and wiry Mimaneidan, with a charcoal skin tone and yellow eyes. She has orange hair drawn into a ponytail. She is somewhat stubborn and prideful, insisting minor gaffes to be intentional. She is also touchy about her height. She wears a standard Kavahini battle-gown along with a white fur collar.

Biography

Strigg'dae was first seen as part of the Mimaneid force assaulting Snadhya'rune's forces in Felde. She participated in the attack upon the airship itself, fighting through the defenders to reach critical systems. Though severely injured, she was able to severely damage the ship's power system, ripping apart piping with metal sorcery.[1] While the Kavahini assault succeeded in disabling the craft, they were unable to hold their prize, as Snadhya'rune sent her most powerful empaths to retake the vessel. Strigg'dae fell back along with the surviving members of the Mimaneid force.

Biography - Arc III

Three years later, Strigg'dae served as part of a strike team that assaulted a Sharen convoy. The attack caught the convoy while it was distracted by refugees from Machike, and the Kavahini forces inflicted losses before the Alliance convoy was even aware of the attack. Strigg'dae herself targeted the Nal'sarkoth representatives, slitting the throat of one of their number before taking back to the skies. The attacks created an opening for her squadmate to abduct Zala'ess' youngest daughter.[2]

Notable Quotes

"...Flutter was supposed to do that." -Having been thrown up on by her pet owl.

Character Concept



This article reflects events up to chapter 52.

Sources:

  1. chapter 46 page 113
  2. chapter 52 page 55