Appeared in chapters 48
- Metal affinity
- Had a pet spider, Floofy.
- Really wants Waes to have more children.
A well-meaning, if somewhat overbearing, attendant of Waes'soloth.
Appearance & Personality
Ischa is a lean drowolath with matching violet hair and eyes. She wears her hair long, with a series of braids at the top. For a Beldrobbaen, she is usually cheerful and excitable. Especially regarding children. She adores Waes'soloth and is rather vocal in her desire to see her Ill'haress have more children, much to Waes' consternation.
The Flower Plague
She is first seen as the Beldrobbaen recover from the aftermath of the Puppeteer Incident, discussing the temporary banishment of the servant caste with Manoj. Noting that many of the servants to remain waiting at the base of the elevator, she resolves to report the matter to Waes'soloth. Waes'soloth remains resolute that the noble caste come first, and so Ischa moves on quickly to the subject of children. Cheerfully noting 24 births in the past year alone, she suggests that Waes might not be the 25th, even offering up the names of potential mates. Exasperated, Waes'soloth lightly brushes the matter aside and moves to summon the house heads to a meeting.
Unfortunately, as Ischa and San'dellora soon explain, only two of the clan's Dev'esses have responded to the summons. As San'dellora reports of erratic behavior from the other houses, Waes sends couriers to demand explanations, but is interrupted by a report from Verthandi regarding the flower poison and Snadhya'rune's offer of a cure. As arguments arise regarding the poison and methods of dealing with it, Ischa can only watch as her overwhelmed Ill'haress retreats from sight to seclude herself.
Following Waes'soloth's decision to open the fortress to aid from Jaal'darya, who claim to have experimental treatments to the infection, Ischa greets the healers of their fellow clan as they arrive by boat.
"But Naubol is back. He is strong and nice looking. He'd make the cutest of babies with you!" -While speaking with her Ill'haress.
This article reflects events up to Chapter 48.