Eri'nyasa Sharen

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Appeared in chapters                                        39                   

Eri'nyasa Sharen
Moonless Age Cameo Character
Portrait of Eri'nyasa Sharen
Sponsored by: Pitdragon
Current Status
Vel'Sharen Imperial Overseer



Eri'nyasa Sharen is a cameo character appearing in Moonless Age that was created and designed by Pitdragon.

Appearance and Personality

Eri'nyasa wears a teal robe and battle dress of an Imperial Overseer. Her white hair is pulled back into several long teal braids. Her eyes are tainted red, and the bottom half of her face is covered by a white veil.

She is a professional in the battlefield and has faith in her superiors' decision to fake Empress Diva'ratrika's presence.[1] She is shaken, however, by the extent of the taint's influence on her comrades.[2]

Biography

Eri'nyasa Sharen is an Imperial Overseer charged with the protection of Empress Diva'ratrika Val'Sharen.

First Landing Attack

Eri'nyasa lead a squad of several Imperial Guards during a public parade of Diva'ratrika. Unbeknownst to those in her command, the procession was actually a ruse created by Sarv'swati to propagate the myth that Val'Sharess Diva'ratrika was alive and well. The woman her squad was protecting was actually a biogolem in the form of the Empress.

A squad consisting of Sarghress assassins and commoners attacked the parade procession. While the guards were distracted by the sloppy commoner attacks, Myo'na of the Fallen Legion was able to break their defenses and stealthily murder the biogolem, exposing the fake Diva'ratrika. While the Imperial Guards were clearly unaware of the biogolem's presence, Eri'nyasa appeared to know from the start that they were not truly protecting Empress Diva'ratrika. Whether or not she knows the full extent of Diva'ratrika's fate is unknown.



This article reflects events up to Chapter 39.

Sources:

  1. Chapter 39, page 13
  2. Chapter 39, page 14