Breed: Red Kite Pegasus - Donkey
Height: 10 hh
Color: Gray Dun
Teke Color: Sky blue
Rank: The Folk - Retired Council Member
Patron God: Alya
Blessing: Astral Projection [maxed]
Relations: Mother of Jiahar, grandmother of Jemin; widowed by Jemina
Nada is a doting and vaguely senile old lady with plenty of love left to give. She may not remember your name ('it's Jemin, not Jim'), but she certainly remembers your birthday and - being known to gift questionable baked goods - your favorite treat. Reminiscent of the shrewd politician she once was, she's still got the coolest wit and sharpest tongue this side of Sedo, reserved mostly for her wayward grandson and the occasional fool who thinks it wise to disrespect her, her herd or her beloved Goddess. Nada served on the Seroran council for fifteen years until 1681, resigning after the death of her wife and life-long partner Jemina.
Nada now spends her days in a small Osulan apartment, religiously watering her empty flower bed and drinking her (albeit, miniscule) weight in tea. She enjoys visitors; anyone will find themselves welcomed by her kindly presence, especially if they’re willing to lift some boxes or fix a shelf for her. She’s notably the only individual who can keep Jemin wrapped around her tiny hoof and she absolutely knows it.
- Mother of four, grandmother to many a mule and donkey - Jiahar is her eldest child, Jemin is her eldest grandchild.
- Jemina is indeed Jemin’s namesake. While Nada can recall her wife with striking clarity - down to what she ate for breakfast and how she liked to pack her bags - it remains a mystery if she genuinely cannot remember his name or if pain keeps her from associating the honest, duty-bound Jemina with the… lessly credential Jemin.
- In her old age, she is too stiff to fly, but will gladly give debatable advice to young pegasi.