Anash the Pale fathered many children with his voiceless unwilling queen Heba. Sangiv the Fury, Isharr the Decadent Courtesan, Hamaad the Kingeater, Ghaleb the Hundred-Armed, the 55 Laughing Daughters of Anash...
Of all these, there was Samir the Veiled, a cunning and hedonistic Anashite. He alone inherited his mother's nature.
Samir was said to be so beautiful he regularly disguised himself as his 55 Laughing Sisters or as Isharr herself. Oftentimes, however, he kept himself veiled and hidden, watching from the shadows and never drawing too much attention to himself. It's doubtful that Anash even realized Samir had escaped until two hundred years passed.
Many stories follow Samir, such as his seduction and murder of the Yeru King, or his seduction and impregnation of the Winter-Flower, who is said to have the very Blood of Izdihar in her cold veins. Also spoken of is his wrestling of the Atru Edemen, his slaying of the Rusilon Heart-Eater, his valor at the battle of the Ironeye Mountains, his rescue of the children locked in the Spine-of-Morre Tower, and in the most legendary story of all... how he stole the Secret of the Missing Needle from Vsushir herself.
A traveling monk or an itinerant beggar may tell you the story, if you care to hear, of a tall person in rich silks with a rusting sword sharing coffee or tea with them. All that can be seen of their face are their eyes, which hold the Pale as all Anashites do, as if their irises were made of abalone shells.