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* Fire sorcery
* Fire sorcery

Revision as of 14:01, 19 January 2013

Appeared in chapters   2 3  5                                                     

Mir'kiin Vel'Vloz'ress
Moonless Age Character
Portrait of Mir'kiin Vel'Vloz'ress
Current Status
  • Fire sorcery

Mir'kiin was a classmate of Ariel Val'Sarghress at Orthorbbae. He bullied her through school and stabbed her upon discovering her true gender. Ariel killed him at Quain'tana's feet to prove herself worthy of being the Val'Sarghress heir.

Appearance and Personality

Mir'kiin is crude, disrespectful, and impatient. He was unused to authority during his childhood with the Vloz'ress, and he feels a sense of entilement that comes with his Val position. Though he is unimportant to the clan as a whole, he assumes that his clan's Ill'haress, Kharla'ggen, is at his beck and call.

He hates women and girly men, and is prone to violence and bullying against them. Mir'kiin has white hair, with a red tattoo underneath his left eye and is missing a portion of his left ear.


Davya Tower

Mirkiin arrived at school alongside his sister, Kiel'ndia Vel'Vlozress. He immediately started complaining about how girl his classmates looked, and quickly gained a reputation as a loudmouth and a bully.

During his first day of classes, he was rude to several of his teachers. Master Soleam'ji, the boys' mana arts teacher, made an example of Mirkiin after his repeated interruptions. He used the air in Mirkiin's lungs to fling him across the room, and used a combination of arts to change Mirkiin's hair and clothes a loud shade of pink. Mir'kiin refused to learn his lesson, and continued his disrespectful behavior throughout the days to come.

During his first combat training, Mir'kiin was paired up with Ariel and tried to disable her by grabbing her nuts. Ariel was unaffected by his attack and choked Mir'kiin out. Mir'kiin realized that Ariel was pretending to be a boy and as soon as class was out he revealed this secret in front of Yafein, Nau'kheol, and Khal'harror.

Attack on Ariel

Realizing that a fight was about to happen, Yafein grew scared and abandoned Ariel to face the other three by her self. Ariel knew she couldn't defeat them on her own, but managed to hold them off until Khal'harror gave Mir'kiin a knife to stab her with. Mir'kiin gladly wounded Ariel with the blade, but was unable to finish her off before she was able to reach her floater in one of the elevation tubes. Mir'kiin soon caught up to Ariel on his own floater and removed her keystone, causing her floater to lose power. Ecstatic in causing Ariel to plummet to her presumed death, Mir'kiin went back to teach Khal'harror that he was no ones lackey.

Ariel managed to survive the fall, and Mir'kiin continued to bully her. During the fourth year combat test before graduation, Mir'kiin wanted to knock Ariel out himself, despite the two of them being on the same team. When that idea was shot down by his other team mates, Mir'kiin instead left Ariel stranded and alone in the arena. Mir'kiin tried to ambush Ariel later but he was stopped by Sar'nel Tions Sarghress.

A few days later, when Mir'kiin was leaving Orthorbbae after having been expelled, Ariel laid in wait to get her revenge. THe mercenary she hired to take care of Mir'kiin;s escort made quick work of the job, and Ariel soon overpowered and disarmed Mir'kiin himself. She brought him before Quain'tana as proof of her strength, where Mir'kiin began to panic severely. Quain'tana was pleased but she had one final test for Ariel and ordered her to execute Mir'kiin. After some initial hesitation, Ariel was given a mace and with one final yell that his Ill'haress would avenge him, Mir'kiin was beaten to death.

Notable Quotes

"Get fucked by a drider, old man!" - to a teacher on the first day of school

This article reflects events up to Chapter 39.