Harrowhark Nonagesimus

Imagined AI depiction of Harrowhark Nonagesimus from "Harrow The Ninth" by Tamsyn Muir, encapsulating the essence of this iconic archetype of Complex Protagonist in the narrative.
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Harrowhark Nonagesimus is a complex and enigmatic character who is plagued by the absence of clear memories from her past, making it difficult for her to understand her true identity and purpose. As a part of the Emperor’s Lyctor cohort, she embarks on a quest to unravel the mysteries surrounding her existence. Harrowhark is determined, resilient, and haunted by treacherous conspiracies, driving her to decode the enigma of her own being before chaos inevitably ensues.


[“I would have been a great woman in another life.”,”Emperors alone do not triumph.”,”You made me like this.”]


Pale skin, black hair, dark eyes, slender build, usually adorned in necromantic robes.




Necromancy, intelligence, resilience


Complex Protagonist


Human (Lyctor)




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