Leona Kyorl'chath Suru Tei'kaliath

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Appeared in chapters                                        39                   

Leona Kyorl'chath Suru Tei'kaliath
Moonless Age Cameo Character
Portrait of Leona Kyorl'chath Suru Tei'kaliath
Race: Drowolath
Sponsored by: Meckruco
Current Status
  • Affinity - Fire Sorcery
  • Member of House Kyorl'chath Suru.

Leona is a Tei'kaliath serving in the Imperial Guard, officially charged with the protection of Empress Diva'ratrika Val'Sharen.

Appearance & Personality

Leona is a well-built female drowolath with lavender hair and grey eyes. She styles her her hair into a long braided ponytail with a pair prominent bangs. She wields a spear in battle riding atop a purple dragon mount. She is a dutiful individual, though has grown frustrated with the numerous attempts upon the life of her charge.

Biography - Arc II

First Landing Attack

Leona first appeared alongside several other Imperial Guards during a public parade of Diva'ratrika. Unbeknownst to her, 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 she was protecting was actually a biogolem in the form of the Empress.

Leona only discovered this when a squad consisting of Sarghress assassins and commoners attacked the parade procession, which Leona bitterly noted to be the third attack in that turn of the moon alone. While the Guard were distracted by the sloppy commoner attacks, Myo'na of the Fallen Legion was able to slip past their defenses and stealthily murder the biogolem, exposing the fake Diva'ratrika. Leona was one of the many Guard present to react to this revelation with a mix of both doubt and frustration.[1]

Notable Quotes

"The shield of the Empress did not hold!"[2] - Noting the breach in the biogolem's shield.

Character Concept

This article reflects events up to Chapter 39.


  1. Chapter 39, page 13
  2. Chapter 39, page 12