Su'rinne Esaye Val'Sullisin'rune

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Appeared in chapters                                                          57

Su'rinne Esaye Val'Sullisin'rune
Moonless Age Cameo Character
Portrait of Su'rinne Esaye Val'Sullisin'rune
Race: Drowolath
Sponsored by: Sionyx
Current Status
Tiger Knight
Talents

Su'rinne is an elder Sullisin'rune Val and a veteran Tiger Knight.

Appearance & Personality

Su'rinne is an tall female drowolath with blue hair and mismatched blue and green eyes. Her hair is exceptionally long and bound into a prominent ponytail with multiple gold bands. She wears a blue robe over the traditional purple and gold armor of the Sullisin'rune. Her favoured weapon is a spear embedded with a sealing crystal.

She has an outwardly serene and optimistic outlook. She is possessed of a strongly maternal demeanor, using her empathy to nurture the Sullsin'rune tigers and wishing to see a great many more children borne into the clan. However, much of her positive attitude is a front she projects to reassure others, privately harboring significant doubts and deeply shaken by the current state of Chel'el'Sussoloth. In particular, she is outraged by the results of Snadhya'rune's actions, and holds the leading Vel'Sharen in deep contempt.

Biography - Arc III

Su'rinne was among the gathered soldiers who marched with Ariel Val'Sarghress towards the Imperial seat. During their march, she commented that none of the Sullussin'rune had expected to be marching into battle against the Empress and Snadhya'rune that day - perhaps their opposition would not expect their presence either.

Notable Quotes

"Let us march unopposed and depose the dragon sisters from their high thrones. Ah, it even rhymes! "[1] To Ariel Val'Sarghress as they marched to the Imperial seat to confront Snadhya'rune Vel'Sharen.

Character Concept



This article reflects events up to Chapter 57.

Sources:

  1. Chapter 57, page 05