Iëva was the wife of Anasûrimbor Nau-Cayûti, the youngest son of Celmomas II, the High King of Kûniüri. She was married to Nau-Cayûti in or around 2133.
According to the Sagas, she murdered her husband by poisoning him. She is also believed by some scholars to have murdered General En-Kaujalau in much the same way.
Visions into the past received by Drusas Achamian through Seswatha's Dreams later suggested that the poison merely paralyzed Nau-Cayûti. Iëva was working for the Consult "to save her soul" (according to Shauriatas) and ensured her husband was buried, rather than burned as was the custom. Nau-Cayûti was then exhumed from his grave by Aurang and taken as a prisoner to Golgotterath.
It was eventually discovered that Iëva was responsible for Nau-Cayûti's death, as she was tried and executed for her crime in 2140.
Iëva had long blonde hair, which was so pale as to be almost white.
Iëva's year of birth is initially given as 2125 and her year of death as 2146. However, her entry in the second Encyclopedic Glossary states she was born in 2112 and died in 2140.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Encyclopedic Glossary, 'Apocalypse'
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 The White-Luck Warrior, Chapter 12
- ↑ The Great Ordeal, Chapter 5
- ↑ The White-Luck Warrior, Chapter 15
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Encyclopedic Glossary II, 'Iëva'
- ↑ The White-Luck Warrior, Character and Faction Glossary