She was also the mother to Ulasim, the general of the raka conspiracy, and the head footman at the Balitang household, and grandmother to Junai. Ochobu held a grudge against her son, not being able to forgive him for not being there when his father died. Besides Ulasim she also had other children who fought in the rebellion.
At first she refused to work with any luarin and treated Aly with contempt. However, foremost because of Kyprioth's help, she finally agreed to become the Balitang's healer, mainly to provide better magical protection than Rihani could. Ochobu was a high-ranking member of the Chain and accompanied the Balitangs back to Rajmuat. Ochobu died in the attack on the Grey Palace and was the Wise One, of the Kyprish Prophecy. She was buried next to the steps to the Throne Hall, on the far side from her son, in a grave covered in lapis and bronze.
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ Random Buzz; "New Welcome Tamora! (the other one was getting rather long)"; April 21, 2009
- ↑ Trickster's Queen, Cp. 21