|Ill'haress Rel'lumia Val'Nal'sarkoth|
|Mates||Anyone she wants.|
Rel'lumia is the Ill'haress of the Nal'sarkoth and therefore one of the single most powerful individuals in Chel'el'Sussoloth. She is a shrewd business woman and uses strong trade connections to factions both above and below the surface to maintain her clan's position as a dominant power. Her past and rise to power has not been discussed by any cannon texts. Her clan has had many set back, and every time the weight of Ada has overcome.
A tall mimian female noted for her beauty, elegance and enticing ways. Being a noble of the highest order, Rel'lumia has a vast wardrobe and unlike many characters in Path to Power she rarely wears the same outfit twice. Her thigh length wavy hair is usually kept unbound and she dyes the lower half and the bangs a light green.
(Chapter 2, Black sun siege END, 11/10/10) - LA: makes her physical depute in Path to Power.
Critical Actions and Relationship to the Clan:Edit
For most of Path to Power she was mentioned but never seen until after the Tei'kaliath fled from Ther'avare following the Black Sun Siege. Once the Tei'kaliath safely arrived in the Nal gardens, Rel'lumia summoned An'jhali for a private discussion. Once the two met, Rel'lumia put forward a proposition: that the Tei'kaliath recolonize the surface with Nal'Sarkoth aide and in return allow Chelians and Mimians to become part of the colony. Since the Nal'sarkoth had been meaning to recolonize the surface for years but were unable to divert large numbers of their own personnel away from Chel'el'sussoloth due to the unstable political climate, this deal worked in both parties' favor.
Non-cannon sources indicate a far older history in Mimaneid then the Nal'Sarkoth being recognized in Chel'el'Sussoloth during the early 800s of the Moonless Age.
"Our clans have many things in common. We too were exiled from our homeland."
(To An'jhali) "The plan remains the same. They will go, of course. But you must stay until the colony is well established. Do not take it personally, An'jhali, but this is standard procedure to ensure that your clan's people complete the colony and don't go rogue. You will be able to join them once everything is considered safe."