Ly'leth Lunastre is a prominent nightborne noblewoman residing within the nightborne capital city of Suramar. As matron of the aristocratic and powerful House Lunastre, Ly'leth holds great influence among her people. During the Nightfallen insurrection that raged through Suramar, she was a secret member of the rebellion, and used her potent cunning and influence to guide the insurgents' efforts within the city.
Ly'leth herself resides in the Lunastre Estate in Suramar City. A socialite, she was well known for throwing lavish masquerade parties and dealing profusely in gossip and rumor-mongering. Despite her background in the nobility, she generally avoided political matters, though this did not stop her seeking election as advisor to Grand Magistrix Elisande during the civil war in order to act as a spy for the rebellion.
Where First Arcanist Thalyssra leads from outside the city in the nightfallen state, Ly'leth Lunastre is the other brave and tenacious nightborne noble that operates the resistance cell from within Suramar City right under the noses of the Legion and its lackeys. Here she calls on champions sent by Thalyssra to assist her in their efforts to stir the once noble shal'dorei to action against the tyranny of Grand Magistrix Elisande and the destructive occupation of the Legion.
Ly'leth is cunning and brave, and seizes any significant opportunity when it arises in an attempt to aid the resistance from within Elisande's inner circle. She remembers that the Nightborne are both noble and brave and seeks to remind those under oppression of their ancient night elven heritage of standing defiantly against the Legion.
Despite their House and rank, House Lunastre intentionally chose to live on the other side of the city, away from the majority of their peers in the nobility. Ly'leth continues to do so after her father's death as she finds the nobles' general attitude distasteful. While this is not the case for every noble house, it highlights Ly'leth's true nobility.
Ly'leth sees herself as continuing the legacy of her late father Ran'thos, in contrast to her sibling Anarys, who is loyal to Elisande. The divide between the two is great: Anarys sees Ly'leth as a traitor who endangers everything her father worked for, while Ly'leth believes Anarys does not realize what he truly died for.
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