Octarya Val'Sarghress

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Appeared in chapters                                            43     48*  50       
Appeared in side stories Babytastic Interlude

Octarya Val'Sarghress
Moonless Age Character
Portrait of Octarya Val'Sarghress
Race: Drowolath
Current Status
Machike Resident
Family

Octarya is a drowolath baby and Mel'arnach's youngest child and daughter.

Appearance & Personality

Octarya is a young baby drowolath with purple eyes. She is in all respects a normal baby, and has not yet developed a distinct personality.

Biography - Arc II

Birth

She first appeared shortly after she was born, under the care of Xy'tin. The naga nursemaid asked Mel'arnach if she wished to hold hew newborn child. Keenly aware the child would be taken away like the others and not wanting to repeat her earlier mistake of growing attached to the child, Mel'arnach refused to hold her or even grant her a name. Mel'arnach then left the child for good, though asking Xy'tin to take good care of her.

Family Reunion

She next appeared as Ariel and Faen went to meet Ariel's younger siblings. Alongside Vene and Pup, the as-yet-unnamed Octarya was under the protection of an exhausted Jiv'kyn. While Faen greeted Vene and Pup, Ariel picked up her baby sister. However, the baby soon relieved itself and began to cry. Ariel, completely at a loss of what to do, began trying to call out for Faen to take her. However, it was Quain'tana who appeared to accept the child. After investigating the ruckus, Quain'tana handed her granddaughter to Faen to be changed and departed. After she left, Ariel and Faen fawned over the child, asking the two brothers what she was was named. Pup christened her "Poopy Baby"[1], while Vene explained that she, like Pup, did not yet have an actual name.

Notable Quotes

"Puh."[2] - Babytalking at Ariel.



This article reflects events up to Chapter 48.

Sources:

  1. Babytastic Interlude, page 10
  2. Chapter 51, page 21