Novice parajista at the Temple of Oma, with the ability to see through wards. The Temple Elders view him as special because the seers have foretold that he's one of the few children of the current generation that has a peaceful fate. Can speak Saiduan.

Relationships Edit

Chali Finahin Badu Edit

Roh's brother.

Finahin Humey Garika Edit

One of Roh's mothers.

Lilia Sona Edit

He is friends with Lilia, despite their different social status, and tries to assist her in figuring out what the trefoil symbol means.

Madinoh Ladisi Badu Edit

Roh's father.

Tadisa Sinhasa Garika Edit

One of Roh's mothers.

Biography Edit

Prior to The Mirror Empire Edit

At the beginning of The Mirror Empire Roh still has six years left in his training at the Temple of Oma.

During The Mirror Empire Edit

When Taigan Masano arrived at the Temple of Oma, Roh snuck into his room and asked Taigan to take him on as a novice to learn the ways of the sanisi. Afterwards, when he discovered Almeysia Maisia Sorila sneaking Yisaoh Alais Garika through the Temple, Yisaoh stabbed him in the gut and left him for dead. By the time he's found, he's beyond the capabilities of the temple healer Matias, however Taigan agreed to heal him in exchange for Lilia leaving them temple to go with him.

Roh woke up two weeks after being healed, on the night of Ahkio's ascension to Kai, and found the temple under attack from Clan Garika. He immediately joined the fight to defend Ahkio. Despite being his first fight, he proved to be a skilled fighter in a duel with Almeysia.

After the attempted coup d'etat is defeated, Ahkio questioned his loyalty to Clan Garika. Roh promised his loyalty to Ahkio, and Ahkio asked him to go to Saiduan with Ora Dasai, and to report back to him. Ahkio gave him the cipher of the Kai for communications.

Upon their arrival at Kuonrada, Dasai had dinner with Patron Alaar. During the dinner, he deliberately steered the conversation so the Patron would order Roh to help teach the dancers at Kuonrada. Afterwards, he told Roh this would allow him to spy on the other inhabitants, while the rest of the Dhai would be restricted to the texts.