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Yisame Beziin is a String Woman and the Queen of Nerrhavia's Fallen.


Her body is sewn with Kisquiel Silk which gives her a glorious, bronzed[1] to light brown skin, which is softer than it should have been possible, and flawless flowing black hair. Her eyes spark like brilliant emeralds, and her features are perfect down to the line of her nose, to her lips. She also moves like she is dancing at every moment, and a radiant aura.[2]


TBA From Chapter 8.36 H


TBA From Chapter 8.36 H


She represented her kingdom at the Conference of Pomle and maintaned a neutral stance towards Flos.[3]

She didn't participate in the subsequent war against Tiqr herself, but sent her General Thelican. She ordered him to imprison Empress Nsiia so that she could keep her as a slave, but Nsiia ended up surrendering to Femithain of Illivere.[4]

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Every week, under her pen-name of ‘Sandquen’, Yisame has been sending letters to ‘Heartslayi’ (Caroline) to insult her about the bad taste romance stories that she writs.[5] (From 8.43)


Powers and Abilities[]


  • [Queen] Lv. 22[1]
  • [Avid Reader] Lv. 27[1]
  • [Writer] Lv. 8[1]


  • [Automatic Recitation: Literature]
  • [Flash Memorization: Literature]
  • [Sublime Daydream]
  • [Total Immersion: Literature]


  • Her surname was revealed in Chapter 8.54 H.
  • She loves reading about [Thieves], with Thivian Stormless, the Lightning Thief, being her favoured one.[1]
  • She writes her own fiction about the Lightning Thief under the pen-name of ‘Sandquen’, but has yet to get the short stories published.[1]



  • (To Orjin) “I will consider it. But I have come far to speak only of one man. All else is paltry. You may go. Pomle has nothing I wish of you.”
  • (To Femithain) “I did not come here to discuss that…one. I only care for the King of Destruction’s letter.”
  • (To herself) “I should not be more powerful than stories.”
  • (Thoughts at Desulte) Unless you give me a book, go drown yourself in the pool
  • (To Chaldion) “No secrets lie buried forever, [Strategist]. Tyrants die, even if immortal, even if we must claw and tear them from their thrones, and kill them a thousand times. This is the very truth my kingdom was founded on. So speak your truth. Or else Nerrhavia’s hordes will pry it out. Not as invaders, but because we were invited by the rulers of this land. Just so as we march shoulder to shoulder with the House of Minos, Dullahans, and Humans.”