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'''Gissa of Rachne''' ''([[Pronunciation|pronounced]] GISS-ah of RAK-nee)'' was a powerful [[magic|mage]] who studied at the [[Carthaki University|University of Carthak]] with [[Numair Salmalín]] and [[Tristan Staghorn]]. She was employed by [[Ozorne Tasikhe]], the Emperor Mage of [[Carthak]]. Although her nationality is unknown, it is assumed that she is Carthaki.
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'''Gissa of Rachne''' ''([[Pronunciation|pronounced]] GISS-ah of RAK-nee)'' was a powerful [[magic|mage]] who studied at the [[Carthaki University|University of Carthak]] with [[Numair Salmalín]] and [[Tristan Staghorn]]. She was employed by [[Ozorne Tasikhe]], the Emperor Mage of [[Carthak]].
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
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===Treasonous plot, Dunlath===
 
===Treasonous plot, Dunlath===
Gissa was brought to [[Dunlath]] by [[Tristan Staghorn]] to aid the rebellion under [[Jonathan IV of Conté|King Jonathan]] and [[Thayet jian Wilima|Queen Thayet]] of [[Tortall]]. Gissa helped Tristan, a prominent war mage, brew [[Bloodrain]], a substance that caused extreme pain to whatever it touched. Consuming it would mean death. Gissa and [[Alamid Mokhlos]] were the two mages who helped Tristan in his efforts.
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[[Tristan Staghorn]] brought Gissa to [[Dunlath]] to aid the rebellion under [[Jonathan IV of Conté|King Jonathan]] and [[Thayet jian Wilima|Queen Thayet]] of [[Tortall]]. Gissa helped Tristan, a prominent war mage, brew [[Bloodrain]], a substance that caused extreme pain to whatever it touched. Consuming it would mean death. Gissa and [[Alamid Mokhlos]] were the two mages who helped Tristan in his efforts.
   
When [[Numair Salmalín]] and [[Veralidaine Sarrasri]] were sent to investigate the missing Crown agents who disappeared in Dunlath and surrounding areas. Gissa feigned being glad to see Numair again, and it is presumed that they were friends in university before Numair's falling out with Emperor Ozorne. Both Gissa and Alamid were under the guise of traveling mages, on their way to the [[City of the Gods]] and just stopping for a brief time in Dunlath. Gissa did explain their unwillingness to depart by stating that the hospitality that [[Yolane of Dunlath|Lady Yolane]] and [[Belden of Dunlath|Lord Belden]] showed them was absolutely divine.
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When [[Numair Salmalín]] and [[Veralidaine Sarrasri]] were sent to investigate the missing Crown agents who disappeared in Dunlath and surrounding areas, Gissa feigned being glad to see Numair again since their school days. Both Gissa and Alamid wore the guise of traveling mages, on their way to the [[City of the Gods]] and just stopping for a brief time in Dunlath. Gissa explained their unwillingness to depart by stating that the hospitality [[Yolane of Dunlath|Lady Yolane]] and [[Belden of Dunlath|Lord Belden]] showed them was absolutely divine.
   
 
During the disseminating of the [[Bloodrain]] that she and Tristan had brewed in order to poison the Crown agents who came to investigate, some of it got on her hand and she was forced to chop it off due to the pain and the spreading of the poison. She was arrested for high treason.
 
During the disseminating of the [[Bloodrain]] that she and Tristan had brewed in order to poison the Crown agents who came to investigate, some of it got on her hand and she was forced to chop it off due to the pain and the spreading of the poison. She was arrested for high treason.
   
 
==Physical description==
 
==Physical description==
Gissa is described as being dark and striking. Her [[Common Eastern|Common]] was heavily accented and it is unknown where exactly she comes from, although it is presumed to be Carthak.
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Gissa is described as being dark and striking. Her [[Common Eastern|Common]] is heavily accented.
   
 
==Personality and traits==
 
==Personality and traits==
Gissa technically was not committing treason, due to the fact that she was not Tortallan nor affiliated with it. She remained loyal to Emperor Ozorne's plot, although she did not have a problem with poisoning many people in order to get the job done.
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Gissa technically did not commit treason, due to the fact that she was not Tortallan nor affiliated with it. She remained loyal to Emperor Ozorne's plot, although she did not have a problem with poisoning many people in order to get the job done.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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*'''''[[The Immortals]]''''' quartet
Gissa only appears as one of the antagonists in ''[[Wolf-Speaker]]''.
 
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**[[Wolf-Speaker|''Wolf-Speaker'']]
 
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*The [[Numair Chronicles|'''''Numair Chronicles''''']]
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**[[Tempests and Slaughter|''Tempests and Slaughter'']]
 
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[[Category:Characters of the 5th century HE]]
 
[[Category:Characters of the 5th century HE]]

Revision as of 11:34, 28 May 2018

Gissa of Rachne
Biographical Information
Birth Name
Mage Name
Nickname
Honorific '
Epithet
Alias
Born
Died
Race
Species
Nationality Carthaki (from Amar)
Gift Unknown
Magic
Specialization
Physical Description
Gender Female
Height Tall
Hair Black
Eyes
Other Pockmarked cheeks
Family Information
Family
Ancestors
Grandparents
Parents
Adoptive Parents
Siblings
Companion
Husband
Wife
Lover
Children
Adoptive Children
Grandchildren
Descendants
Godsparents
Godschildren
Other Family
Animals
Patron God
Affiliation
Rank Nobility (presumed)
Residence
Bazhir Tribe
K'miri Tribe
Education Carthaki University
Accreditation Mastery (presumed)
Teacher(s)
Student(s)
Occupation
District
Affiliation Carthak
Ozorne Tasikhe
Tristan Staghorn
Fief Dunlath
Bibliographical Information
Tortallan Universe character
First Mentioned '
Only Mentioned '
First Appeared Wolf-Speaker
Last Appeared Tempests and Slaughter
Latest Appearance '
Only Appearance '
Last Mentioned '

Gissa of Rachne (pronounced GISS-ah of RAK-nee) was a powerful mage who studied at the University of Carthak with Numair Salmalín and Tristan Staghorn. She was employed by Ozorne Tasikhe, the Emperor Mage of Carthak.

Biography

Early life

Gissa studied magic at the University of Carthak. She worked for Ozorne Tasikhe, the Emperor Mage.

Treasonous plot, Dunlath

Tristan Staghorn brought Gissa to Dunlath to aid the rebellion under King Jonathan and Queen Thayet of Tortall. Gissa helped Tristan, a prominent war mage, brew Bloodrain, a substance that caused extreme pain to whatever it touched. Consuming it would mean death. Gissa and Alamid Mokhlos were the two mages who helped Tristan in his efforts.

When Numair Salmalín and Veralidaine Sarrasri were sent to investigate the missing Crown agents who disappeared in Dunlath and surrounding areas, Gissa feigned being glad to see Numair again since their school days. Both Gissa and Alamid wore the guise of traveling mages, on their way to the City of the Gods and just stopping for a brief time in Dunlath. Gissa explained their unwillingness to depart by stating that the hospitality Lady Yolane and Lord Belden showed them was absolutely divine.

During the disseminating of the Bloodrain that she and Tristan had brewed in order to poison the Crown agents who came to investigate, some of it got on her hand and she was forced to chop it off due to the pain and the spreading of the poison. She was arrested for high treason.

Physical description

Gissa is described as being dark and striking. Her Common is heavily accented.

Personality and traits

Gissa technically did not commit treason, due to the fact that she was not Tortallan nor affiliated with it. She remained loyal to Emperor Ozorne's plot, although she did not have a problem with poisoning many people in order to get the job done.

Appearances

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