ABOUT G-184: O Death

If you will move your icy hand
The old, the young, the rich or poor
All alike to me you know
No wealth, no land, no silver no gold
Nothing satisfies me but your soul

O, Death
O, Death
Won't you spare me over til another year

O Death - Folk Song


Pronouns: She/her

Bio: At first her nightmare seems like dying in a dream. After some time, it becomes clear that it is actually returning to the same dream afterwards - a bizarre and melancholy adventure on a quest to escape. She lives among 'ghosts' - people who haven't woken up yet. Despite this, she maintains a composed, peaceful demeanor, sometimes assisting the dreamers on their journey (though never giving them the answers outright - those are their own answers to find out.)

Themes: Death and decay, Rebirth and reclaiming, Peace and understanding.

Enjoys: The quietest places.

Fears: Incomplete answers.


Small Animal Companions:

-Inlé: Black Rabbit. Active, but quiet.

-Krauken: Crow. A good lookout.

-Rubicon: Snake. Listens, keeps hidden.

-[BEE NAMES PENDING] - They pollinate.

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Character Sheet:

O Death

Nightmare of:
Mysteries of Death


Theme Song:
O Death (Folk Song)