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Ulvakhi is the Illhar of the Kavahini, a clan of Mimaneid.
Appearance and Personality
Ulvakhi has brown eyes and her brown hair is braided into a single ponytail. She has markings on her face in addition to a yellow gem. She wears red clothes with yellow wing like features. She utilizes an earth summon shaped like a four-winged owl, one of the symbols of her clan. Ulvakhi would be considered crass and old-fashioned by the average Chelian, but she is known to show sharp intelligence and the desire to challenge others, in typical Mimian tradition.
At some point before meeting with Sil'lice and Nishi'kanta, she had met Mikilu. Mikilu earned Ulvakhi's respect after she fought many duels during her stay in Mimaneid. It is here that she is first approached by the plan to use Mimaneid's forces against the Vel'Sharen. When meeting with Sil'lice and Nishi'kanta, she greets Sil'lice and Nishi'kanta in her home and is intrigued by Sillice's talk of honor. Ulvakhi was also interested in the duel Sil'lice offered before Nishi'kanta reminds them they have to discuss the attack on Snad at Felde. When the Val'Sharen speaks of the plan to attack either Chel'el'Sussoloth or Felde, the Kavahini Illhar states that Felde is a mere flight away and that Snadhya'rune shall fall by the hands of the Kavahini.
"My warriors are swift. Take the path up the roots to the tree. Then your Felde is a mere flight away. Your beloved Snadya’rune will fall before the flying blades of the Kavahini! What say you, Vals of Sharen?"