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Velevia Silivia
Velevia Silivia
Mordor3
Story Role
POV Role None
Appears In War of the Gods Series

Vampire Series

Vital statistics
Born 1902
Title Official Titles
  • Princess of Mordor
  • High Lady of Weerhousen
Alias Queen of the Vampires
Race Romanian
Religion Chaos
Status Alive
Allegiance Family Loyalties

Personal Loyalties

Family
Parents
Father Nagash
Mother Romanian Women
Siblings
Siblings None
Internal Family
Spouse None
Children None

Velevia Silivia is the daughter of Nagash, and a Romanian noble women making her a member of House Silivia.

Valevia Silivia would be born to Nagash and a Romanian noble women of whom was one of the many Romanian women that Nagash had brought to Mordor in an attempt to father a child, as since the birth of Sauron and discovery of his Romanian heritage Sauron had been obsessed with the Romanians and had moved this obsession to his son. Velevia Silivia would accompany her father Nagash to Lahmia where Nagash was to work at the destruction of Jesus of whom Sauron had been commanded to destroy by his lord and father Malekor. Following the death of Nagash at the Battle of Lahmia City Velevia escaped through a portal created by her father which ultimatley led to his death as he used all of his remaining power to make sure that she escaped, and emotionally devestated by the death of her father she found little solice with her grandfather of whom blamed her for the death of Nagash and banished her to find the Vampires and lord over them as her punishment.

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History

Valevia Silivia would be born to Nagash and a Romanian noble women of whom was one of the many Romanian women that Nagash had brought to Mordor in an attempt to father a child, as since the birth of Sauron and discovery of his Romanian heritage Sauron had been obsessed with the Romanians and had moved this obsession to his son.

Early History

Rise of the Vampire Queen

Main Article : Vampire, Nagash

Family Members

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