BORN: 25/7 480 FA in Tornix

RACE: Moss'ari

REALM: Channelling

AURA: Yellow

HEIGHT: 192cm




King of Dawn Reborn


“At first, the rebirth was a long-awaited thing; now it’s an overdue curse for many of their kin.”

Skjald Vinotis



Fourth Age

It’s said that when his father was at the peak of his might, the Gods arranged for a nearby mountain, not expected to be a volcano, to erupt. Thus, eradicating their entire Horde and wiping their culture from this world. Some claim that it infuriated him so much that he argued with the gods, so they allowed them all to be reborn, and their entire culture was raised again. An act said to have calmed them for a while, until they realised the trick the gods had played on them—to be reborn over and over and…

Skjald Yell'a'Beard


After their rebirth, they were a ghastly sight, but slowly they recovered, and in 476 FA, a Moss'Ari Druid joined their ranks and married Zizu’s father. In 480, so long ago that it fades into the mists of time, Zisu was born. Well, to be honest, I’m not sure if he’s ever actually been born—naturally, that is. But it’s certain he’s been around for a while; he’s the oldest king I know and has studied ancient lore, just like Kanziganthir.

Born the eldest son of the Moss'Ari king Ukkave Goltroll He became king at only 12, when his father and a few others were found lifeless and slain by Kinoblin raiders.

After he became King of Dawn Reborn, a name they had for ages, the dawn mists at sea somehow allowed one to see the silhouette of the lost realm of Mt. Vula. He quickly grew with the task of governing; things went smoothly and fast for the young clever Lord, and he wanted more for Dawn Reborn than they had. So he came up with the idea to unite all Tornix under his banner. Despite knowing the price that had to be initially paid, he started their quest for this greater goal.

Luckily, his power and cunning were so great that it only took them 8 years before every lesser king, Jarl, and chieftain was killed or subdued. Thus, in a few brutal and violent years, all of Tornix was united under his banner, and peace laid itself as a heavy carpet on the Country. A carpet of trade and prosperity was so thick that the people began to focus less on the divine powers and more on today’s trade and tomorrow’s crops.

Zizu told me, right after I gained our first rank, that he did this only to show the gods what their horde could do as a foe. So the gods would not again act in rash violence and destroy his people simply because they were envious. I’m telling this because it was his own words, and he’s one of the few I think could say such to their faces and survive it—if that’s the right word to use here.

Skjald Ulrich


Before the Holy Star Order gained a foothold in East Fjella. Zizu strolled around at the Capital Market, down by their harbor. There he was approached by Den Godan, presenting himself as sent by the High King Black Oak, to advise that the Holy Star Order was planning something regarding East Fjella. The High King suspected that they were up to some shady business that might break the peace. So Zizu should seek them out and, over a meeting or dinner, see what he can find out.

Thus did Zizu walk up to the group as they landed at his harbour, claiming he recognised them from a distance. But the following meeting, to which he invited Meanbone, who sadly couldn’t come, revealed little of their plot. But one can rest assured that Zizu had his eye and most likely agents on them ever after that encounter.

Skjald Valgrif


After the Holy Star Order gained a foothold in East Fjella, they of course focused on Usai and other areas that could secure their influence over The Realms valuables (like Mount Iridi). Thus stirring the unity of the East Fjella kingdoms and tipping both balance and former friendships among the lesser chieftains and nobles. Striving to ruin that unity to gain power was, I’m certain, the spark that ignited some of those that later became traitors to The Realm and supporters of the invaders. But there was nothing to be done about it, as Junnatu Weavers and some others had supported the Orders gaining foothold at extremely favourable terms.

Skjald Valgrif


When The Great Invasion came, Dawn Reborn was one of the main targets of Kinoblin, as they somehow were able to catch the re-birthing flames with their little Soul Lamps, thus cancelling the rebirth and imprisoning their souls. That’s why Zizu and his crew, as soon as the 2nd Alliance won at the Battle of Weeping Plains, went to the paths of The Realm to hunt for every single Kinoblin they could find, cursing the memory of every time they had seen one and not being able to free the trapped soul within its lamp.

Skjald Ulrich



If he dies, his Spirit is reborn.

Skjald El Mary

Last Updated on 2024-03-04 by IoM-Christian