The legendary dragon-queen who, according to legend, laid a miraculous two eggs at once: one with a black shell and one with a red shell. While she herself was diamond-scaled like Also known as Vesuvius, also known as the Starling Child, Suvi is the baby dragon prophesied ages ago to reunite the warring Black and Red dragons. As no one knows precisely how he's going to do this, when he hatched, the attempts to both kidnap and kill him both happened (and that conflict is what allowed his handler to get..., these two eggs hatched Dragons (not to be confused with "dargons") are among the most dangerous creatures among the Mythos and not just because of physical size and strength. [themedy_alertbox icon="info-circle" colour="theme" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""] When you see the info icon, it means information in a footnote at the bottom of the article. When you see a link WITHOUT the icon, it means it takes... in their respective colors of ebony and brick-red.
She prophesied over these two tiny dragons that one day, another would come with her diamond-hued form, and that one would reunite the dragon clans. She called that prophesied baby the Starling Child.
The two baby dragons grew up, became bitter rivals, and split off, forming the Red and Black dragon clans, respectively.
Before her death, Sharada came to know Myrddin. Katie Lin's uncle, and one of the most important members of the People of the Kin. Being Kin is always a crapshoot; there's really no way to predict what any particular combination will create, and Merlin is no exception. His particular ancestry is unknown. He's Asian - possibly ancient Chinese - and thousands of years old. He's also the... well. They spent a lot of time together – enough to engender all kinds of spicy gossip – and when she died, she wanted to give him a gift.
Somehow, she gave him her ability to see the future, which Merlin calls “Very Good Guessing.”