- Empathy (poorly controlled)
- Cas'nilhus Kyorl'solenurn - Father
- Afraid of breasts
- Owns a dress
Tsuris'lok is a cameo character created by Tsuris.
BiographyTsuris'lok Vloz'ress is a scourge of Kiel'ndia Vel'Vloz'ress. He is shown to be an empath, but has lost his mind due to poor control of his powers. Originally a member of the Dutan'vir clan, Tsuris'lok was eventually expelled and joined the Sarghress.
During his time with the Sarghress, Tsuris'lok served in the Homeguard under his squad leader Maki. Their squad patrolled and defended the North Cliff territories until their supervisor, Syphile, was removed from her position in the Sarghress clan. Maki and her squad were expelled from the Sarghress and found refuge with the Vloz'ress.
Attack on the North Cliff
Tsuris'lok was one of many rogue scourges who followed Maki in her assault on the North Cliff. He used his empathy to probe Faen's mind and later showed up to defend Maki from the Sarghress heir, Ariel Val'Sarghress. Tsuris'lok, Cac'bolg and the other Vloz'ress scourges were ultimately forced to retreat when the Sarghress civilians took up arms to protect their homes.
Working for Kiel'ndia
Upon returning to the Vloz'ress fortress, Vloz'ress leader Kiel'ndia Vel'Vlozress displayed her disapproval of Maki's plan to take the North Cliff by use of uncontrolled nether gates. Some of the surviving scourges, including Tsuris'lok, were given the offer to work for Kiel'ndia personally rather than be stripped of their rank and exiled by the clan.
He took part in Kiel's attempts to assassinate the False Empress at the Val'Beldrobbaen Fortress. During the getaway after their success, he was injured enough that his seed took over. He was last seen taking on the pursuing soldiers with glee as a Vel'Akar demon. His decision to stay behind would later cause his friend Vicyl to mourn for him.
Outside of Moonless Age
In addition to his role in Moonless Age, Tsuris'lok first appeared in Relic Hunters as a Highland Raider in the Marauders' squad.
This article reflects events up to chapter 39.