Soothsayer on the Moon

The Soothsayer's display of Void power.

"It's normal to be afraid, Marsan. Were all afraid of something."
―Soothsayer to Marsan (Man or Slave)

The Soothsayer is the name of an enigmatic rogue Human Warlock Voidwalker. Currently affiliated with the House of Spring and it's one of it's Archon's, Marsan, the Conflicted. Assisting him in his quest for power and absolute control over the Fallen by offering him guidance on the future. Her powers extend from manipulation of space provided by the Traveler to unexplainable omniscience.

The Soothsayer was formally known as Lucy Codwell, a high-ranking member of the Iron Banner who was listed Missing in Action and her body was never recovered. She re-emerged several years later under the moniker "Soothsayer" after gaining the ability to see into the future granted by the Pythia.

Appearance and Personality Edit

"We all have a destiny to fulfill. But is that truly our fate? Like a coin, there are two sides. Surely there is another path. "
―The Soothsayer

The Soothsayer appears to be wearing the full Warlock Iron Banner armor set, keeping in line with the appearance of the Guardian who has heavily invested themselves to the Iron Banner before her disappearance.

Unnaturally, the Soothsayer speaks in one or multiple voices that speak all at once in a distorted tone making it troubling on what is being said. Common expressions of the Soothsayer are the ability to remain perfectly calm and collected in all situations even under the threat of death. Willingly, she confides and allies herself with individuals who come to her for knowledge (Marsan for example), for an unknown duration. When revealing a foreshadowing event to a certain individual, she will explain in perfect detail either giving the possibility of a fortunate or undesirable outcome dependent on the request. As a strong believer of fate, the Soothsayer leaves the status of the person who came to her or called, entirely his or her choice.

Trivia Edit

  • Pythia, commonly know as the Oracle of Delphi, was the name of any priestess throughout the history of the Temple of Apollo.