A disenfranchised prince of the People of The Sun include any magical beings with a primary drive and ability to heal. They're great at parties. [themedy_alertbox icon="" colour="theme" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""]Note: this is a placeholder. There will be much more information in the future![/themedy_alertbox] World name: Zenith. People of the Sun live an average of three or four thousand years. As they grow older, they grow more powerful, but..., Ios was Notte’s first real friend and the great-great-grandfather of A prince of the People of the Sun. Amun is the great grandson of Ios, Notte's oldest friend. He ruled the magic-users in ancient Egypt for a long time - until he got bored, and moved on. He shows up in Hounds and Jackals, finally grown up and almost mature. Like Ios, he's playful, adventurous, and brave enough to come across....
A deserter in The first war the world ever knew was so great, so horrific, that nothing could ever compare. An entire history will be released after Notte is published. In the meantime, here are the salient facts: Before the first war, the Peoples were very loosely divided into groups. There was no seeming need for organization like the Wheel of the Mythos...., he was used and abused in One of the most important cities of Notte's youth and the last bastion of safety against the ravages of the First War. It was destroyed by the Guardians when the Balance became the Broken.... and married to Notte's oldest surviving child (not his first, however). The best possible advice I can give is do not approach. [themedy_alertbox icon="" colour="red" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""]Once NOTTE is published, this page will have all the spoilers. For now, you'll just have to wait.[/themedy_alertbox]... in a mad attempt to preserve peace. Obviously, that didn’t work, and after it all went so very wrong, he fled south.
Name meaning: Night (Italian - he picked that one) Other names: Naktam (sanskrit); Night-child; Nox Eterna; the Blood King. He's probably the oldest living creature among the Mythos. The father of all vampires (or Night Children, as they're called), he's a mystery; no one knows where the heck he came from, or who made him. It says a lot that... found his family again later in Egypt – Kemet – making a good living as a local god, far enough away from everybody to ruffle no feathers, and he seemed happy if a bit… singed.
A bitter god is a dangerous god, yes?