Valla'drielle Val'Kyorl'solenurn

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Appeared in chapters            11                               42     47  49   

Valla'drielle Val'Kyorl'solenurn
Moonless Age character
Portrait of Valla'drielle Val'Kyorl'solenurn
Race: Drowussu
Current Status
  • Prescience

The former headmistress of the Kyorl school at the Orthorbbae, and briefly the 11th elected Ill'haress of the clan.

Appearance and Personality

Valla'drielle is a green-haried drowussu who sports a fiery rhetoric about exterminating tainted and corrupted when tasked with educating the clan's youth. The most unusual feature about her is that she is blind, but has a functional third eye on her forehead--some say it is a blessing from Sharess herself. Valla'drielle lost her purple cape and black and white robes in favor of wearing her new Ill'haress uniform of black cape and white robes.

Biography - Arc I


She is seen teaching Drowussu children a message heavily with propaganda against tainted and nether summoners, encouraging the Kyorl children to purge and kill the unworthy. When Chirinide comes to retrieve Shan'naal from her class, Valla'drielle offers her counsel about the girl's visions. She is aware of the importance of Chirinide's journey to the surface.

Biography - Arc II

Valla'drielle is chosen by the Judicators to become the next Ill'haress, but is met with resistance by Thral'lin Kyorl'solenurn and Belph'aegor Kyorl'solenurn who claim her ascension into the position is a farce, not knowing it is the Judicators who truly chose who is to be the next leader. They insist that the Judicators overstep their bounds when Shimi'lande had assigned a woman trained in the Order of Serenity's monastery to lead the clan. Valla'drielle is confused about the situation, but assures the Holy Lances that they may come to her to ease their fears whenever they wish.

Notable Quotes

"Blessed be your hearts, brave holy lances. I understand you. My door is forever opened to you. Come talk to me anytime to ease your fears." -

This article reflects events up to chapter 50.