Familial Name: Silepía
Cultural Title: Yepezría
Birth: 307 iky
Death: 3274.11 iky
Lifespan: 3560.53 tgc
The uses for their talents were endless—so many artists had ideas that required symmetry, or 'before' and 'after', or internal monologues, and the Player Sisters knew no limits. In every way they were as pure as possible.
But even amongst the nearly-ageless Lilitai, fashions change. After nearly three centuries of being in the spotlight, they had become so iconic in the Lilitic arts that other artists grew bored of them. Not content with fading into obscurity, the sisters made one final sacrifice for their craft: they chose to undergo artistic petrification in 708 iky, and slumber until the arts were once more prepared to return to them. Their final dramatic role, Íora Chúkotía's Núí Ahekía ("Spare Change") was a much-remembered act; despite having refused to act in it on many previous occasions, they felt the themes were appropriately symbolic of their careers drawing to a close. (Predictably, some would say, they had it altered to be about one person in alternate futures.)
For hundreds of years, Amelía and Chayelía stood in front of the entryway to the Memory of the City of Retrograde Doisseia, the largest museum on all of Thessia Major. During the Shattering, Amelía vanished, presumed destroyed.