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Revision as of 05:47, 6 September 2018

Appeared in chapters      5 6 7 8         17             30         39           50    54    

Myo'na Sarghress
Moonless Age Character
Portrait of Myo'na Sarghress
Race: Drowolath
Current Status
Val'Sarghress Fallen Legion
  • Stealth combat

Myo'na is a member of the Fallen Legion. She and Jiv'kyn were tasked with protecting Ariel Val'Sarghress until she came of age.

Appearance and Personality

Jiv'kyn and Myo'na introduce themselves to Ariel and inform Syphile that the Little Wolf is under their protection.

Myo'na is a cheerful and friendly member of the Fallen Legion. Despite the serious nature of her profession, she is happy to fulfill her duties with a smile. She is warm and helpful to Ariel during their time together.

Myo'na wears the typical dark, lightweight armor of the Fallen Legion. She has long white hair with short bangs that she ties back into a low pontytail with a large ribbon bow.

Biography - Arc I

When the young Ariel Val'Sarghress was made heir to the clan, Myo'na and Jiv'kyn were assigned to serve as her bodyguards. They immediately made their loyalty and caring for Ariel apparent as they fended off an angry Syphile and made jokes to the girl's amusement. The pair began to follow Ariel during her trips outside the fortress, and the three steadily became friends.

The Black Dragon

Myo'na encourages Ariel to overcome her mistakes instead of apologizing.

During one particular outing to The Black Dragon arena, Ariel hastily started a fight in defense of Rikshakar, a gladiator that she owed a favor. The fight quickly escalated, and while it was clear Ariel's choice to get involved was a mistake, Myo'na supported Ariel, telling her that when you make bad calls, you should be strong to overcome them. The three barely had a chance to begin defending themselves before Laele'aell took over, clearing the entire establishment of hostiles in one bloody push.

Serving the Heir

They returned to the fortress safely. Ariel later formed a plan to interrogate Chrys'tel Vel'Sharen about Faen's disappearance, so Myo'na and Jiv'kyn provided her the support she needed. They stood by her side until she left for the Overworld, letting the capable Highland Raiders serve as Ariel's protective detail on the surface. When she returned, they once again took up the mantle as her protectors.

Biography - Arc II

The District Wars

Myo'na escapes the Imperial Guard after assassinating the False Empress.

At the start of the assault on First Landing, Myo'na played an integral role in the assassination of the fake Diva'ratrika Val'Sharen that was being put on parade. While the Imperial Guard detail was distracted, Myo'na stuck onto the float and openly killed the fake Empress. She managed to escape from the Imperial Guards unharmed.

Sarghress Civil War

Myo'na was present after the death of Quain'tana, and acted as a part of Ariel's escort when the heir left Chel for safety reasons. As the group left the fortress, Ariel began to collapse after finally feeling the residual effects of a poison dart. Myo'na caught her as she fell, and the heir commented that it felt just like when she was a kid. After putting her on a wolf, Myo'na continued to travel with the group on the way to Machike.[1]

Notable Quotes

"Lady Syphile, please refrain from harassing the Little Wolf." - To Syphile, upon arriving at Ariel's side after being assigned to protect Quain'tana's new heir.

"You must not apologize, Ariel. You must not be weak. When something bad happens because of a bad decision, you must overcome it." - To Ariel Val'Sarghress, after entering a fight at the Black Dragon Tavern.

"You're still a kid to me." - To Ariel, after catching her during her collapse after Quain'tana's fall.

Character Concept

This article reflects events up to Chapter 52.


  1. Chapter 50, page 214