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Teji'tsuke Kyorl'solenurn

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Appeared in chapters   2                                                         

Teji'tsuke is one of the eight headmasters of the male's section of Orthorbbae. As a drowussu and member of the Kyorl'solenurn clan, he oddly serves in Orthorbbae's main section despite the Kyorl'solenurn policy of teaching their children at a separate section of the school.[1]

Appearance & Personality

Teji'tsuke is a lean drowussu male with purple eyes and long brown hair. He dyes the front of his hair black and ties the remaining into a long ponytail. He is a focused individual, largely indifferent to matters he feels are not worth his time. He dresses in fine robes of black and purple.


He first appeared during the meeting of the male headmasters of Orthorbbae, asking the other headmasters to ignore Kel'noz's tardiness in favor of focusing on the matters at hand. When Kel'noz revealed Ariel's true gender and his desire to have her nature hidden from those outside of the tower's walls, Teji'tsuke remained silent. As the matter was put to the vote, Tegi'tsuke abstained, neither liking the matter nor especially caring how it was resolved. Ultimately, the vote passed and Ariel is allowed to remain in the male section of the school.

Notable Quotes

"I don't know what the best option is. Do whatever you want."[2] - Expressing his indifference to Ariel's presence in Davya tower.

Character Concept