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An ancestor, in troll biology, is an individual troll who one shares a direct genetic makeup with. At any point in a troll's life, they may have their DNA collected to later be cloned, a process referred to as "re-duplication." These genetic clones are referred to as descendants. It is exceedingly rare for a troll to know their ancestor given the extended gap of time between the initial collection and cloning.

Socially, ancestors are referred to by their titles. A title is given to a troll should they live long enough, and said title is named in relation to their actions and standing in life.

List of Main Cast Ancestors[edit | edit source]

The Annalist, writing.

The Annalist[edit | edit source]

Main article: The Annalist

The Annalist was Sova's ancestor, alive during the Renaissance.

According to Sova, she was held under forced labor and exploited for her unique abilities, suffering from many hardships. Sova's hive contains many of her scrolls from the Renaissance, which she used as a memoir.

She was, at some point, on the run and camping with Zekura Raines, Thesal Voorat, and the Jagerman.

Silhouette of The Fomenter.

The Fomenter[edit | edit source]

Main article: The Fomenter

The Fomenter was Dismas' ancestor, alive during the the Renaissance.

He met Cyprim Shukra sometime after Zekura passed on her blood curse to Thesal, and they entered a matespritship. The two of them intended to find Zekura and Thesal together, but before they could some unknown war struck and he was killed in battle, supposedly to protect the land he loved.

Silhouette of The Unknown/The Forgiven.

The Unknown/The Forgiven[edit | edit source]

Main article: Thesal Voorat

Arcjec's ancestor, known by his titles as The Unknown and The Forgiven, lived during the Renaissance. He received the blood curse from Zekura that was originally promised to Cyprim. He was, at some point, on the run and camping with Zekura, the Annalist, and the Jagerman, eventually forming a matespritship with Zekura. His hatchname was Thesal Voorat.

The Supernova[edit | edit source]

Main article: Mosura Briati

Mosura Briati, also known by her title as The Supernova, was Jentha's ancestor, alive during the Renaissance. She has yet to appear in the comic, though she was briefly mentioned by Clarud Enthal, claiming her to be responsible for bringing the Renaissance to an end, in a catastrophic event involving her survival ability.

The Vivifier with The Annalist.
Silhouette of The Vivifier.

The Vivifier[edit | edit source]

Main article: Zekura Raines

Ellsee's ancestor, Zekura Raines, also known by her title as The Vivifier, lived during the time of The Renaissance.

According to Cyprim, it is believed that the Vivifier has been around since the creation of Trollkind itself. She encountered Cyprim during her travels, entering a pale relationship with her. The two then worked together to bring about the conditions of the Game. This ended when she met Arcjec's ancestor and shared her blood curse with him. She was, at some point, on the run and camping with Thesal, the Annalist, and the Jagerman, eventually entering a matespritship with Thesal.

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Silhouette of The Exemplar.

The Exemplar[edit | edit source]

Main article: Cyprim Shukra

Albion's ancestor, Cyprim Shukra, also known by her title as The Exemplar, was the twelfth and final of the Star Children. She was killed by her revolting followers while communicating with Albion within The Cell.

When she was about the same age as Albion, Cyprim was brought into The Static and approached by White Noise. Without revealing his identity, he told her about Albion and her friends and enlisted Cyprim's help in shaping their future. White Noise then gave her a part of the Green Sun which allowed her to see into the future.

Soon after White Noise became her mentor, Cyprim met Zekura and entered into a pale relationship with her, working together to bring about the conditions for The Game's fruition. She eventually gave up her position as the pure oneself, as she believed that she was to carry the curse by blood alongside Zekura, bound to Repiton until their descendants were born. However, on the night Cyprim was to receive the blood curse, Zekura came across the hanged corpse of Thesal and passed the curse onto him instead, resurrecting him. Cyprim was extremely upset by this, losing control of her emotions for the first time in her life. By the time she recovered, both Zekura and Thesal were gone.

She was eventually found by Dismas's ancestor and entered into a matespritship with him. By the time they decided to seek out Zekura and Thesal, an unknown war broke out and the Fomenter was killed in battle. Soon after his death, the Renaissance ended and Cyprim used her remaining power to contact Albion through The Cell where she gave her visions of the past and future. a warning not to trust White Noise, and a final warning to keep Ellsee out of the game. As Albion's emotions turned violent, Cyprim was killed by her ex-followers for seemingly unknown reasons.

The Jagerman eating by the fire.

The Jagerman[edit | edit source]

Main article: The Jagerman

The Jagerman was Laivan's ancestor, alive during the the Renaissance.

He was, at some point, on the run and camping with Zekura, Thesal and the Annalist, where his hunting skills provided their meals.

Fortmistress Deadlock[edit | edit source]

Main article: Fortmistress Deadlock

Fortmistress Deadlock was Taz's ancestor, alive during the Renaissance. She has yet to appear in the comic, though she was briefly mentioned by Pozzol.

Acerigger Switchem[edit | edit source]

Main article: Acerigger Switchem

Acerigger Switchem was Murrit's ancestor, alive during the Renaissance. He has yet to appear in the comic, though he was mentioned in Snowbound Blood: Volume Seven during Necron's route.

An infamous historical figure, he was a manipulative person who took great pleasure in causing pain, bonding indiscriminately with trolls and then leaving them to suffer the symptoms of withdrawal.

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Caesar Consceleratus Persolus[edit | edit source]

Main article: Caesar Consceleratus Persolus

Caesar Consceleratus Persolus was Calder's ancestor, a tyranical ruler during the Renaissance. Caesar is responsible for the extinction of the Fuchsia blood caste and endangerment of the Violet blood caste.

List of Secondary Cast Ancestors[edit | edit source]

The Executive[edit | edit source]

Main article: Clarud Enthal

Clarud Enthal, titled The Executive, is Sestro's ancestor and founder of the Repiton Corporation. He spent sweeps ensuring the correct conditions for the Game to be played by the twelve aspect holders. To this end, he had his life artificially extended using the Vivifier's blood. However, due to the events of Operation Snowbound Blood, he was unable to continue using her blood and perished at the start of Intermission 2 Side 2.

In Occeus’s Snowbound Blood route, it’s hinted that he’s the one who hired Occeus.

The Commandant[edit | edit source]

Main article: Arcamu Iopara

Arcamu Iopara, titled The Commandant, is Secily Iopara's ancestor who was first mentioned in Snowbound Blood: Volume Nine. His title was not stated in Snowbound Blood but has been confirmed by members of the Vast Error team. He was the right-hand man of Caesar Consceleratus Persolus who committed many atrocies under his orders. Secily's sword, Proserpina, originally belonged to him.


The Bravura[edit | edit source]

Gascon Koldan, titled The Bravura, is Rypite's ancestor. He was a famous artist, inventor and presumably researcher during The Deconstruction Era and The Reconstruction Era. He was extremely wealthy, allegedly having five mansion-sized sheds just for storing gear, and is credited for popularizing sciences.

The Holistic Blight[edit | edit source]

The Holistic Blight is the ancestor of Edolon Vryche and was the soulmate of The Executive.