“And when the third seal was broken, another of the winged animals bellowed like a thunder clap, “Come and see!” And John saw a black horse. She who mounted it held in her hand a scale in order to weigh the maintenance of mankind. She was Famine.”
Sidero is an androgynous beauty, with dark hair, an undercut, and royal purple eyes. Sid looks stunning in both masculine and feminine attire, depending on what takes her fancy that day. Her symbol is the cast iron scales (can you find them in the image?) used to weigh degrees of food security, though more literally, rations of wheat and barley for humanity. However, Sidero’s scales are used for much more… notably a paper weight. The beauty of balance in this illustration really takes my breath away, I find it magical! Sid’s horse is called Aethon.
With the final book in the Wrath Trilogy (The Day of Wrath) in progress, prepare to meet Sid’s lover; a force to be reckoned with, yet Sid doesn’t get to spend as much time with her beloved beyond one amazing night a year beneath the stars.
And just for fun… The cutest little apocalyptic pony you’ll ever see!
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