: 66255.507 lky
: 67891.712 lky
: 1963.44 tgc
: Slokdtaba (pre-Lilitu)
: Well-known to history as the longest-living of the slokdtabasa (who never reached maximum longevity on Ksreskézo), Moiléa the Hoarse led a unique life in her position as a royal councillor, a responsibility that was not widely-known. The extraordinary length of her life can be attributed to exclusive access to a handful of Rotomem relics (destroyed in the holocaust
) which provided her with clean air and water, and the unique privilege of choosing and growing her own food. Her knowledge of nutrition and horticulture was vital in allowing the Lilitai to maintain their food supply effectively. She also turned over several important relics to Gleméa belonging to the Kreskézaian throne, including the Diadem of Haidtúo and the Sceptre of Clay.
Her duties fulfilled, she committed suicide in 2 lilpo aboard the garden-ship Rokéa
, and was buried in the gardens that she helped create there, thus starting the Lilitic funerary tradition.
: Moiléa was a brilliant speechwriter and tactician, and had a way with words that not even Reséa Chúkotía
could match for some years afterwards. However, her entire life had been spent in the service of Ksreskézaian kings, and the Empire's well-being and status occupied her whole being; like her distant relative Gegloka Tévopía
, the thought of betraying the state was not something she could stomach, and notoriously the Lilitai still did her honours and greeted her with Ksreskézaian blessings rather than their own.
When it was clear to her that there was no true successor state to the Empire, Moiléa understood that she had a duty to her people, but she was also largely motivated by a desire to ensure that the Ksreskézai were remembered. When she felt that she had done this adequately, and that the Lilitai would be effective if not always loving bards, she knew it was time for her to finally rest. It is said by Sarthía in Faltúbilis Ítossífa
, both goddesses of protection, fought over who would have the honour of escorting Moiléa to the afterlife.