Hhrsaraa was a Dragon Priest Empress.
You see Empress Hhrsaraa of the Dragon Priest Empire, a S'Kra Mur.
She has darkly glinting emerald-green eyes set amidst angular features, the lines of her face beautiful and severe. Pale silver scales cover a body that is slim yet muscular, and her stance proud and unyielding.
She is slightly above average height for a S'Kra Mur.
She is a young adult for a S'Kra Mur.
She is wearing an elaborate gryphon feather headdress and a matching tribal necklace set with a massive Ilithi emerald that sparkles at her throat. Heavy gold bracelets grace her wrists, and her long white robes fall to floor-length, hiding all but the very tip of her tail. Golden sandals set with spiraling emerald designs peek from beneath her elegant robes with every step.
- Empress of Dragon Priest Empire
- Hhrsaraa appeared on Aesry Surlaenis'a at the coming out of the Ru'atin Peri'el and promptly began a bloodbath.
- It is said that Hhrsaraa was the daughter of Dzree, but her father was unknown.
It has been 400 years, 257 days since the Victory of Lanival the Redeemer. (2/2/2011 9:34 PM EST)
* A meteor streaks across the sky as Hhrsaraa's soul departs forever to walk the Starry Road.
Moon Mage Vision
This vision appeared at approximately the same time, and is assumed to be her:
Anxiety seizes up your muscles, taking the form of a terror without rational cause. You see a S'kra Mur woman in your mind's eye, though from an unusual angle. Your point of view is at least a dozen feet above her, staring down at her shadowed form. Her silver scales are marred with blood and what was once an elegant white robe now rags. She spits on the ground and then stares... not at you, but past you, her eyes sharpened with hatred. She hisses out, "Esu shh'oi'pejek." As though in response, a great burst of fire erupts in the air! The wave moves effortless through you, though the injured woman is not so lucky. As she lies burning and shrieking on the blackened flagstones, you can just make out over her agony the sound of cheering.
Note: "Esu shh'oi'pejek." means "Go and be in great pain," spoken as a formal curse.