Colfa val Lischelle-Drakle

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Colfa val Lischelle-Drakle

Human (Formerly)




Drakle Family


Himilt (Husband)
Fierre (Daughter)
Rivel (Son)



First Appearance

Chapter 6.00

Colfa val Lischelle-Drakle is a Vampire farmer. She is a member of the Drakle Family.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Colfa has a tall, sinuous body with skin as pale as moonlight and hair bordering on white. She has red pupils and fangs, which are common Vampiric traits. She also has a red rash is running down her right arm.[1]

Personality[edit | edit source]

Colfa is proud of being a Vampire, despite its drawbacks. She frequently plays up her Vampiric nature, such as wearing dark colored-clothing with lace and bodices, or speaking in a fake Transylvanian-esque accent.[2] As a farmer's wife, Colfa is personable, being equally comfortable talking with [Butchers] and [Assassins]. She greatly cares for her family and old Bamer, and often worries over her children.

Background[edit | edit source]

Originally Human, her family, the Lischelles, have generations of [Shepherds], [Beast Tamers], and [Herders] and are practically royalty among the farming communities.

When Himilt and she were being in love, he revealed to her that he was a vampire. Afterwards she begged him to turn her into one as well—apparently for years.[2]

Chronology[edit | edit source]

TBA from Chapter 6.00


TBA from Chapter 6.01


TBA from Chapter 7.44

Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]

After having turned into a vampire, Colfa lost her classes and the ability to level. In lieu thereof, she gained other powers, like the ability to dominate people with her vampire gaze. It is most effective on animals, but, due to her being gifted in it, she can even use it on people and control them or make them forget things.[2]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Colfa insisted on changing their family name to Lischelle-Drakles, because it sounded better to her.[2]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • (To Fierre) “Serafierre val Lischelle-Drakle, what is it you have brought into our home?
  • (To Ryoka) “She’s sick! She came back, telling us you’d cured her. Then—she fell sick within hours! She’s barely alive. What did you do?

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