He had a lean, angular body, dressed with a purple robe made of the richest velvet and covered with heavy rope like coils of gold embroidery. He had a waspy, angular face with bloodless lip. Jimak valued gold and gems above everything and thus was easily bribed.
When Zarel attacked the other Houses, Jimak sided with him thanks to a generous bribe. After the battle, in a last act of defiance, he hid his spells and committed suicide by poisoning, robbing Zarel of the last victory.
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