Imagined AI depiction of Nahadoth from "The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms" by N.K. Jemisin, encapsulating the essence of this iconic archetype of Enslaved God in the narrative.
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Nahadoth is one of the enslaved gods of the Arameri family. He is dark and enigmatic, embodying both darkness and sensuality. Nahadoth becomes intertwined in Yeine’s journey as she uncovers the dark secrets of the kingdom and her heritage. His complex nature and powers play a significant role in the clash between mortals and deities.


[“I cannot love. I cannot be loved. I am naught but desire, and cannot escape it.”,”Once, I was the Nightlord, chief among the gods, presiding over the dominion of darkness.”,”I am a weapon, Yeine. A weapon, not a treasure.”]


Nahadoth has midnight black skin, long silver hair that moves like liquid shadow, and eyes that reflect the starry night sky. He possesses an ethereal and alluring countenance, with an air of ancient power and mystery.




Control over darkness, immense power and immortality


Enslaved God






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