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|Pierakor az Vinrenn D'rav|
History[edit | edit source]
Wojek[edit | edit source]
Feather was placed in the League of Wojek for undisclosed reasons, and her wings were bound until her service with the Wojeks was considered appeased. After the events of the Decamillennial, Kos freed her wings and she vanished, looking for the missing Parhelion.
Guildmaster[edit | edit source]
She reappeared when she sensed Kos's death. She was chosen as one of his pallbearers but vanished again shortly after. Her whereabouts during all those years were finally explained when she came to submit herself for arrest when it was revealed that she was the last surviving of the Boros angels, the rest having been killed by Szadek's ghost army. After the dissolution of the guildpact, she was named as the Boros Guildmaster.
Even before becoming the Guildmaster, she possessed a small personal fortune due to Pivlic's excellent management of her salary as a wojek (she never spent it, since she didn't have expenses).
Deposed[edit | edit source]
Her tenure as Guildmaster was challenged by Aurelia (one of her own creations), who believed that no angel who had been disgraced had a right to rule. She garnered much support in her crusade and Feather was imprisoned until her final fate could be decided. Feather was freed, however, during a secretive raid performed by Krenko.
Redeemed[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
The name Pierakor was inspired by Slovak word "pierko", meaning "feather".
Story appearances[edit | edit source]
|Title||Author||Publishing date||Set||Setting (plane)||Featuring|
|Krenko, Mob Boss||Jenna Helland||2012-07-18||Magic 2013||Ravnica||Krenko, Lazav, Feather|
|War of the Spark: Ravnica—Ashes||Greg Weisman||2019-06-12||War of the Spark||Ravnica||Rat, Gideon Jura, Tomik Vrona, Lavinia, Ral Zarek, Jace Beleren, Chandra Nalaar, Teferi, Ajani Goldmane, Nissa Revane, Jaya Ballard, Karn, Kaya, Teyo Verada, Isperia, Dack Fayden, Saheeli Rai, Hekara, Vraska, Nicol Bolas, Borborygmos, Samut, Vorel, Sorin Markov, Nahiri, Arlinn Kord, Feather, Liliana Vess, Oketra, Rakdos, Bontu, Niv-Mizzet, Angrath, The Wanderer, Mu Yanling, Jiang Yanggu, Mowu, Vivien Reid, Aurelia, Exava, Lazav|
In-game references[edit | edit source]
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