His ornate, enamelled mask was crowded with dark-stained patterns made of a mixture of charcoal, saliva, and human blood. This, and his willingness to communicate verbally with non-Seguleh, indicated his low rank among his people. By his own admission, he was fourteen years old and an Eleventh Level Initiate.
Senu carried twin broadswords.
After the Pannion Domin invoked the wrath of the Seguleh nation by repeatedly sending proselytizing priests to its shores, Mok, Thurule, and Senu were sent as a "Punitive army" of three to slay the Pannion leader, the Pannion Seer. The trio had not journeyed far before they were waylaid and ensorceled into the service of Lady Envy at the request of the Elder God, K'rul. At Morn, Envy gathered other unwitting servants to K'rul's plans against the Crippled God including Toc the Younger, Tool, Baaljagg, and Garath.
Constraining the three strong willed Seguleh proved to be a significant drain on Envy's powers. Senu was the first to challenge Tool to a duel to establish their relative rank despite Envy's control. The T'lan Imass appeared to easily knock the young Seguleh unconscious with the flat of his blade, but Tool later admitted to Toc that Senu was "good" and the battle could have gone longer. The young Seguleh had parried Tool's initial attacks without even completely drawing his weapons from his scabbards.
Lady Envy's party made its way to the borders of the Pannion Domin where they slew Seerdomin Kahlt and brought down his temple. Then they fought their way to the Seer's throne at Outlook despite the efforts of his K'ell Hunters and Omtose Phellack sorcery. Unable to stop them, the Seer fled to Coral.
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Memories of Ice, Chapter 1, US SFBC p.54-59
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Dramatis Personae
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 5, US SFBC p.158
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 5, US SFBC p.156/160
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 7, US SFBC p.274
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 5, US SFBC p.157-158
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Memories of Ice, Chapter 7, US SFBC p.274
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 5, US SFBC p.156
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 1, US SFBC p.55-57
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 5, US SFBC p.156-157
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 9
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 9, US SFBC p.326
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 15, US SFBC p.528
- ↑ Memories of Ice, Chapter 17, US SFBC p.556-557/559