As a young girl, Shunasazi's village was attacked and she was left to die in a burning building. Nearly unconscious, she felt the presence of Urrem'tier who made a pact with her to become His soldier in exchange for allowing her to remain on the plane of the living. She sacrificed her left eye in solidarity to the God. While it became near useless physically, being clouded over as in death, it became her means of insight into the Void. After the incident, Shunasazi went to live in a monastery, sheltered until adulthood when she began to travel Elanthia doing Urrem'tier's bidding.
You are Soul Magus Shunasazi Syune, Consecrated Voice of Urrem'tier, a S'Kra Mur.
You have slitted eyes, one crystal green and the other milky blue, silver scales and a polished ebony tailband adorned with tiny sheets of mica accenting a slender tail.
Some gleaming crystalline ghouls float lazily around your right wrist, glowing with a lustrous sheen against your scales.
You are aged.
You have two tiny crystalline studs attached to each earlobe, linked with a cascade of silver chains that loop just underneath each eye to attach to the bridge of your nose.
Your left temple has a tattoo of a series of intricate celestial symbols inked in shimmering crimsons, azures and ebony.
A brilliant orb of rippling cerulean light hovers like a will-o-wisp, following you diligently.
You are in good shape.
You are wearing a wide-linked platinum aggahhpel (dream veil) set with three large black opals, a draping uaro's'sugi (head scarf) of lustrous aubergine shadesatin that is loosely wound around the head and neck, a deeply-cowled black samite mantle with a tenebrous crimson velvet lining, some fuligin liturgical mail shrouded in shadesatin and whisperlayne, some enameled lamellar gloves embellished with dragons, a fragile gown with eerie flora pressed betwixt darkly ethereal marquisette layers, a floor-length pale grey eolienne cassock clasped with a glaes Eylhaar wing orchid and a blackened ceremonial shield engraved with faded Eth'ral'khh inscriptions.
some fuligin liturgical mail shrouded in shadesatin and whisperlayne
Diminutive yet sturdy links provide flexibility to the armor, allowing it to gracefully drape down from the high collar and conform elegantly to the wearer's body. Silken ties bind together the black lamellar plates etched with faded Eth'ral'khh symbols accenting the shoulder and hips. Complementing the plates, long scarves of intertwined shadesatin and whisperlayne wind tightly along the limbs and hang loose across the torso.
Portrait of Shunasazi:
A sheet of translucent parchment paper - Suitable for quick sketches, tracing or transfer work, the off-white paper is incredibly thin.
The paper is drawn with: A female S'Kra Mur kneels before an austere black altar, her sinuous form garbed in a shadowy cassock, its skirt pooling on the ground around her. Revealed beneath the drape of her aubergine uaro's'sugi, slitted eyes, one green and the other a clouded, milky blue, shimmer with a dusting of pallid glitter. Celestial symbols have been inked at her temple, the intricate markings trailing over silvery scales outlined in a darker shade of grey. Bowed forward in supplication, a strand of blood-red prayer beads twine around her slender fingers, the glittering jewels united by a pitch-black sphere incised with the image of a scorpion. Diluted ink washes flow away from the figure, creating murky shadows filled with indistinct shapes that blend into the solid night-black ink framing the portrait. A small orb floats above the S'Kra Mur, its oily surface a mix of cerulean and cobalt ink. Signed at the bottom is the artist's name, Sesi Heart, dotted with a tiny heart.
Along the bottom of the paper, you notice, Author: Sesi