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==Appearance & Personality==
 
==Appearance & Personality==
 
Sae'ryne was a lean female drowolath. She styled her hair into a long braided ponytail and wore a relatively plain headband adorned with a large gemstone. By the time of her death, the Nidraa'chal War had left her badly shaken and mournful of her family's numerous losses.
 
Sae'ryne was a lean female drowolath. She styled her hair into a long braided ponytail and wore a relatively plain headband adorned with a large gemstone. By the time of her death, the Nidraa'chal War had left her badly shaken and mournful of her family's numerous losses.
[[File:Sae'rynBattle.png|thumb|left|150px|Sae'ryn battles with her Nidraa'chal opponents.<ref>{{ChapterRef|19|9}}</ref>]]
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[[File:Sae'rynBattle.png|thumb|left|150px|Sae'ryne battles with her Nidraa'chal opponents.<ref>{{ChapterRef|19|9}}</ref>]]
 
==Biography- Arc I==
 
==Biography- Arc I==
 
Sae'ryne first appeared as [[Sil'lice]] recounted the story of her battle against [[Kalki]] to [[Kau]] and [[Shala]]. After pausing for a moment to mourn the death of [[Kau'shala|her brother]] to his [[Mahalek|own possessed dragon]], Sae'ryne took to the front line to challenge the advancing [[Nidraa'chal]] head-on. With the aid of others, she was able to lure away a volley of nether summons by throwing a sphere of her own condensed mana, greatly impressing her traitorous cousin.<ref>{{ChapterRef|19|8}}</ref> While she was able to dispatch another foe in the resulting melee, she soon drew the personal attention of [[Shodun]]. After a brief duel with sorcery, Sae'ryne was overpowered and beheaded by Shodun as [[Kyne Val'Sharen|her daughter]] could only scream her name in horror.<ref>{{ChapterRef|19|11}}</ref>
 
Sae'ryne first appeared as [[Sil'lice]] recounted the story of her battle against [[Kalki]] to [[Kau]] and [[Shala]]. After pausing for a moment to mourn the death of [[Kau'shala|her brother]] to his [[Mahalek|own possessed dragon]], Sae'ryne took to the front line to challenge the advancing [[Nidraa'chal]] head-on. With the aid of others, she was able to lure away a volley of nether summons by throwing a sphere of her own condensed mana, greatly impressing her traitorous cousin.<ref>{{ChapterRef|19|8}}</ref> While she was able to dispatch another foe in the resulting melee, she soon drew the personal attention of [[Shodun]]. After a brief duel with sorcery, Sae'ryne was overpowered and beheaded by Shodun as [[Kyne Val'Sharen|her daughter]] could only scream her name in horror.<ref>{{ChapterRef|19|11}}</ref>

Revision as of 20:31, 20 October 2018

Appeared in chapters                    19                                       

Sae'ryne Val'Sharen
Moonless Age Character
Portrait of Sae'ryne Val'Sharen
Race: Drowolath
Current Status
Deceased
Talents
Family

Sae'ryne was a daughter of Sil'lice, slain in battle during the Nidraa'chal War.

Appearance & Personality

Sae'ryne was a lean female drowolath. She styled her hair into a long braided ponytail and wore a relatively plain headband adorned with a large gemstone. By the time of her death, the Nidraa'chal War had left her badly shaken and mournful of her family's numerous losses.

Sae'ryne battles with her Nidraa'chal opponents.[1]

Biography- Arc I

Sae'ryne first appeared as Sil'lice recounted the story of her battle against Kalki to Kau and Shala. After pausing for a moment to mourn the death of her brother to his own possessed dragon, Sae'ryne took to the front line to challenge the advancing Nidraa'chal head-on. With the aid of others, she was able to lure away a volley of nether summons by throwing a sphere of her own condensed mana, greatly impressing her traitorous cousin.[2] While she was able to dispatch another foe in the resulting melee, she soon drew the personal attention of Shodun. After a brief duel with sorcery, Sae'ryne was overpowered and beheaded by Shodun as her daughter could only scream her name in horror.[3]

Notable Quotes

"Oh Kau'shala... How many brothers do I have to lose?"[4] - Mourning the loss of her brother to his own tainted dragon.



This article reflects events up to Chapter 53.

Sources:

  1. Chapter 19, page 9
  2. Chapter 19, page 8
  3. Chapter 19, page 11
  4. Chapter 19, page 5