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Abyte Kyorl'solenurn

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Appeared in chapters                                31                            

Abyte Kyorl'solenurn
Moonless Age Character
Portrait of Abyte Kyorl'solenurn
Current Status
Val'Sarghress soldier
Talents
  • Nether sealing

Abyte is an ex-Kyorl'solenurn warden who now serves the Val'Sarghress as a member of the Mae'yukir house.

Appearance and Personality

Abyte has a mixture of disciplined Kyorl'solenurn stoicism and carefree Sarghress gumption. She laughs and cracks crude jokes readily, but has her serious moments - especially when comforting a fellow Kyorl heretic.

Abyte has short white hair that is dyed a blue-gray color at the ends. She has the mark of a heretic engraved on her forehead and tainted red eyes.

Biography

Abyte was originally in training to be a warden of the Val'Kyorl'solenurn clan. During the Nidraa'chal War, she was a seal holder set to follow an unnamed warden into battle. She was doing well until her warden made a mistake, launching a particularly strong demon straight into Abyte's chest.

Abyte was tainted from the blow, and she was branded a heretic by her clan. They shaved her head, threw her in a dungeon, and prepared her for execution. Starving and close to death from infection, Abyte's brother broke the law of the clan to free Abyte and take her to the Val'Sarghress clan for asylum. She joined the Mae'yukir house as a sealer and was eventually partnered with Tir'ade when he escaped a similar fate.

Notable Quotes

"Give it time. We're all rejects in the Mae'yukir." - to Tir'ade [1]

Character Concept



This article reflects events up to Chapter 39.

Sources:

  1. Chapter 31, page 26