|Mates||None. Was mated to Naris|
Siv'wilroz was a warrior who joined some time in between the Slaver Ambush and the first meeting with the Svart'elos. Was amongst those who brought An'jhali's armor to her for the first time. Afterwards he tried to gather the items found in the tomb below Ther'avare, but An'jhali ordered him to put them back and let the dead rest in peace. Eventually he was assigned to lead warrior Squad Eight. His current whereabouts are unknown.
Green cloths, green eyes, and silver green hair.
(Chapter 1, Day 24, 9/5/08) - EA panel three: Siv'wilroz joins the warriors.
(Chapter 1, Day 24, 9/5/08) - LA panel eight & nine: Tries to gather items from the tomb. He is told to put them back.
(Chapter 1, Day 38, 1/9/09) - EA panel one.
(Chapter 1, Day 38, 1/9/09) - LA panel two: Is chased by the clan for reasons of "morale."
(Chapter 1, Day 43, 3/13/09) - LA panel two.
(Chapter 1, Day 58, 7/1/09) - EA panel one: Is appointed head of the newly created eighth warrior squad.
(Chapter 2, Epilogue 17, 3/23/11) - EA panel six.
Advices Made by this Clan Member:Edit
"Gather valuable items in the tomb to be ready to sell them/use them." 8 votes. Chapter 1: Day 26.
"Welcome the refugees but give them a job to earn their bread." 6 votes. Chapter 1: Day 43.
Non-canon (roleplay) Character Background.Edit
Siv'Wilroz lived a average childhood as an energic and happy child . Both of his parents were soldiers and mastered the Dance of the Wind, which is a combat stance based on evasion and precise hit and mixing it with some wind magic. Siv'Wilroz followed their footsteps as becoming a soldier too but wanted more freedom and excitment, so instead, he decided to became a bodyguard. Even if his parents wasn't totally agree with this decision, they finally acept it and teatch him the basics of the Dance of the Wind. He liked this smooth and easy job pretty much.
When the Fall occured, Siv was with his primary client - a well-to-do merchant. Trying to get him to safety, Siv and his fellow bodyguards had their hands full fighting off attackers lured by his clients' wealth. In the interests of protecting the man, he accidentally killed two women trying to escape, not realizing what he had done until it was too late; an event which haunts him still. Just when he felt he was nearly to safety, a building collapsed on the group, his proximity to the wall sparing his life and letting him walk free with a minor head wound. Nothing left to do but flee the city, he saw and followed a gaggle of individuals fleeing the cavern, finding out later that they followed the last surviving daughter of the ruling clan.