Xann'dor Sullisin'rune

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Appeared in chapters                                                       54  

Xann'dor Sullisin'rune
Moonless Age Cameo character
Portrait of Xann'dor Sullisin'rune
Race: Dokkalfar
Sponsored by: Ratatoskr
Current Status
Tiger Guard
Talents
Family
Trivia
  • Pelt is a gift from his son.

Xann'dor is a dark elf of advanced age, and the father of both Raai'chinno and Araa'toskr.

Appearance & Personality

Xann'dor is a tale male dark elf with magenta eyes. He styles his blue hair into a long braided ponytail and has prominent striped tattoos on his cheeks. He wears simple blue clothing, and when outfitting for combat adorns his armor with the pelt of a brown bear. Despite his advanced age, he is shamelessly flirtatious, even to those centuries younger than he. His demeanor is somewhat embittered owing to the numerous losses the Sullisin'rune have endured in his lifetime. However, the presence of his much-beloved son brings out his warmer side, and he proudly attempts to place his son at the center of attention.

Biography - Arc III

Xann'dor first appeared in the aftermath of the battle between Ariel's Wolfpack a Sarghress legion under the command of Sang. With a string of recent losses and damaged morale fighting losing battles in their own territory, Ariel decided the best course of action was to lead the pursuing legion to a battleground of their choosing, where allies would not be at risk of collateral damage, choosing Felde as a suitable target. From within the airship's engineroom, Xann'dor bitterly derided the decision, owing to the great risk posed to his Araa'tosker's life in such an attack, though he followed his orders out of loyalty to Ash'waren.

Notable Quotes

"Plain stupid. They're risking the life of my son."[1] -Expressing his displeasure with the Wolfpack's decision to assault Felde.

Character Concept



This article reflects events up to chapter 54.

Sources:

  1. Chapter 54, page 44