|Relatives||Augstawne Girene Dzirta|
- Member of the Augstawne Girene Dzirta, a Rakash pack.
- Moon Mage studying in the city of Riverhaven.
- Killed in an experiment.
He has an oval face, milky blue eyes and a freckled nose. His white hair is short and straight, and is worn slicked back away from his face. He has pale skin and a thin build.
He is tall for a Rakash.
He is clean shaven.
He is wearing a loosely folded head wrap of simple black linen, a grey twill longcoat fastened with simple leather-looped toggles, a grey and blue plaid flannel shirt buttoned down to his wrists, a hollow crystal armband filled with glittering gemstones, a detailed silver spear-shaped band with a crested ivory tip, a silver-banded ironwood toolkit clasped with an emerald paw-shaped lock, some finely tailored black linen trousers fastened with a silver wolf head, a pair of black leather boots studded with silvered black wolves along the cuff, a woven shoulder tote and an oilcloth rucksack.
Son of a common family in the Augstawne Girene Dzirta, Valthan's future was planned long before he was born. His mother and father, simple folk who lived a meager life, were deterimined to provide him with more than what was offered to them growing up. They approached the Alpha himself and asked for his favor in helping the boy make a name for himself.
Upon completion of his coming of age ceremony, Valthan was placed into Alexii's care. Finding the young man to have a talent for formula and a facination with the great moon, Alexii encouraged him to join the Moon Mages' Guild and persue his studies under their leadership.
Spending most of his time in the Therengian city of Riverhaven, Valthan has immersed himself in the ways of the mages. Stopping frequently to speak to the Alpha and provide an update on his progress. Seeking something to impress the Alpha, Valthan experimented with many dangerous magical rituals in an attempt to grant Rakash their Moonskin at all times. It was during the pursuit of this research he lost his life. The family opted for a quiet ceremony out in the village of Siksraja.