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Chief Warrior Merish








Plain’s Eye Tribe
Cirille Bitterclaw
Viri Taxshirul


Khaze (Younger Sister)
Ikl (Nephew)
Sveha (Niece)


Chief Warrior



First Appearance

Chapter 7.34 C

Merish is a Plains Gnoll and the Chief Warrior of the Plain’s Eye Tribe.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

He is over 7 feet tall and brawny. His fur is dyed in an intricate blue and white pattern, and while he is mostly naked, he does wear very light, cloth clothing. His used to have light-reddish fur,[1] but after turning into a Doombearer, he has now snow-white fur.[2]

Personality[edit | edit source]

TBA From Chapter 8.30

Background[edit | edit source]

TBA From Chapter 8.30

Chronology[edit | edit source]

Volume 7[edit | edit source]

TBA From Chapter 7.34 C

TBA From Chapter 7.35 C

TBA From Chapter 7.36 C

TBA From Interlude – The Tribes of Izril

Volume 8[edit | edit source]


Volume 9[edit | edit source]


Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]

Classes/Levels:[edit | edit source]

  • [Shamanic Warrior] (or) [Chief Warrior] Lv. ? (over 30)[3]
  • [Chieftain] Lv. ?[4]

Skills:[edit | edit source]

  • [Adrenaline Rush]
  • [Vanguard’s Advance]

Spells:[edit | edit source]

  • [Enchantment: Flashfire]
  • [Enchantment: Leaden Weight]
  • [Markings of Speed]

Abilities:[edit | edit source]

  • Frost Breath: Under Cirille's [Synergy: Gnoll-Drake Command], he was able to breathe a quarter-Oldblood strength Freezing Breath attack.[5] He lost this ability after Cirille's death.

Equipment[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • To Cirille:
    • “The Tribes send their own pact-warriors to Rhir. We are to be under your command, no, Commander? So has said one of the [Generals]. So we obey.”
    • “My class is my class, Commander Cirille. It is not something the Walled Cities need to know.”
    • “I am pleased my class fits so well into your military boxes of understanding.”
  • (To Vorn) “In that case, I ask that you not sing before morning, yes? It would help for sleep.”
  • (To Cirille) “No. You should know, Commander Cirille. Is this Drake humor?”
  • (To Tom) “We’re not going to die. Human. If that’s what you are.”
  • To Cirille:
    • No one knows where the battle takes them!
    • “Some kind of humor. They do it every night. I thought it was wise to see. It is a ritual of this troupe.”
    • “That would be the Jadehammers Tribe. Them, over there. Stubborn as goats…damn. I think they heard me…”
    • “Commander! It’s incredible. Either I’m a Lizard—sorry, Uxel—or some of the Gnolls have developed Oldblood breath attacks.
  • (To the officers ) “How do they get so big, though? That cannot be a Skill, yes? What, do they grow overnight if she inducts them? Like mushrooms?”
  • (To Uxel, Viri and Paxhal) “It’s not just the cards. The lights went out four minutes ago. Did no one else…notice?”
  • (To Ikl) “Ikl, you’ll puff up if you bite it. I once had a tongue so big I had to breathe through my nose and keep my mouth open because it wouldn’t fit. For six hours straight.”
  • (Thoughts) I am not crazy. I’m not going mad. No—at least some of the madness is right. There are nightmares, even back home.
  • (To Xherw) “No, Xherw. There’s no redemption or forgiveness for some things. Not this.
  • (To Yelroan) “Xherw, Ulcreziek, and I never really understood you were so gifted, Yelroan. Take a job offer. Send money back if you want—but for once? Don’t let our tribe hold you back.”

References[edit | edit source]