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somnambulist » Lair » Tenute
Level 1
Guardian Female
Jun 19, 2019 (1 month)
Stats Growth
PrimaryYellow Skink
SecondaryMantis Eye Spots
TertiaryCopper Okapi
Eye TypeLight Uncommon
Energy: 49 / 50
Apparel & Skins
A soothsayer and unconventional Exaltmaster, who will not abide by the rules of the Exaltmaster as transcribed by Eulogy, Deepbloom's Strangers' Exaltmaster. Disgusted by her ways, Eulogy and the other Exaltmasters of the clan will not make contact with her.

Tenute is the dragon who documents info on the deceased members of her bloodline. She travels frequently to collect information on exalted dragons, which are kept in her volumes as well, and to find out if any have passed on.



Tenute was a scrawny male mirror dragon of the Nature Flight with a pale red hide and dark green wings. The firstborn son of the first Deepbloom clutch, Tenute defied the stereotypes of elder siblings in his timid and flighty nature; as he was so ashamed by his appearance, he tended to hide in the Gardens away from even his family. Since he shied away from most, he had no friends outside of his younger siblings. Despite what some refer to as a cowardly disposition, Tenute always yearned to serve under the Gladekeeper as a soldier, believing it was the only way to be of use.

In order to support Deepbloom, Tenute and a few other dragons sold themselves to other clans. Tenute was bought by a Light clan, vigorously trained for battle, and swiftly exalted to the Lightweaver herself. Despite his fears and doubts, Tenute enlisted himself as a soldier. It was in the army that he met an unnamed female snapper, who gifted him a set of bloodstone cascades. It is said that Tenute and the snapper had a very close bond. Following the death of the snapper in a border skirmish, Tenute joined the same battle as a part of reinforcements and, abandoning his cowardice, he flung himself into battle, undertrained and underprepared against the enemy, powered only by his grief. Tenute was killed by a guardian of the Water Flight via various lacerations of the neck. Honored among many other fallen soldiers, Tenute was buried near the Hewn City. His only possession, the bloodstone cascades, were returned to Deepbloom's residence.


Ruid was a large male guardian dragon of the Nature Flight with a famously golden hide and dark, leafy green wings. He was the strong, kindhearted son of Frog and Burr, who resisted Aja's lies in his youth, unlike his older brother Rhosyn; with no broodmates, Ruid grew up with his parents alone, preferring them to playing with other hatchlings most of the time. He enjoyed the company of plants and animals, though he was never able to speak to them like Elizabeth or Louisa. When not with his parents, Ruid would visit Louisa's garden in the Viridian Labyrinth with his only companion, Louisa's daughter Elizabeth. The wildclaw and bogsneak were one of the only dragons Ruid would spend time with.

Despite his attachment to his parents, Ruid left Deepbloom in its days in the Gladeveins to embark on his Search. He resided within the Sunbeam Ruins for some time. Shortly after discovering Deepbloom's change in residence and declaring his allegiance to the temple in the Mirrorlight Promenade, populated by Louisa and her followers, Ruid was sent away to be forcefully exalted and, upon resisting, was subsequently killed via blood loss stemming from the head after he attempted to defend himself against Worthies Moonchild, Acropolis, and Argos. It is said that the three nocturne followers and children of Aja were considered weak-willed and weak-minded, and the execution of Ruid acted as a trial to be passed for the three to be accepted into higher ranks of the Worthies.

Ruid was buried off the coast of the Sundial Terrace, bordering the domain of the Viridian Labyrinth, by his family and friends in midsummer at noon on a full-moon day.

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