Khalzit, his coal snowlion mount. He refers to Khalzit as his 'brother' and the two are very rarely seen apart. Abyad will even bring Khalzit indoors with him into events, much to the annoyance of some. Khalzit means many things to Abyad, and the two have a tight bond even by Firran standards. But not many know why.
A few years ago when Abyad was a young man, his mother Mahra Trinjza and her mount Dayita were both fatally injured by wounds sustained in fights with guards sent to arrest the Stormchaser tribe on charges related to their eco-terrorism. Dayita was pregnant at the time and lived long enough to give birth to Khalzit. Nursing the premature snowlion cub to wellness was a desperately needed distraction from his grief over his mothers death, and the bond they forged has only grown stronger in the years since.
Sydarian is fond of gardening, farming crops and gathering in nature. Every so often he will find seeds or a particularly stunning example of a plant: a vivid cornflower, a scarlet rose, etc. In both cases he stores and preserves them for either his own use or to give to the people he cares about.
Evelia wears on herself always, a thick, round gold coin. It is well kept and polished. The only sign of its age are the rounded, worn edges of the engraved boar. The coin is usually secreted away in one of her many pockets.
She takes it out sometimes to flip it, high in the air, when the coin falls to the boar Evelia considers it a sign of Ezi's blessing upon whichever hair brained scheme she's attempting.
The coin's origin lie with Evelia's noble family, the Cloudhelds. It has been passed down many generations from the head of the family to the next heir. It is the one of the only things that still connect Evelia to her clan.
Kora - Harani from Windscour Savannah looking into the mysterious disappearances of Excavation crews.
Tamrielo carries a single, notable keepsake: a pendant he wears tucked into his tunic. The chain is fine steel, an odd choice for a pendant but very durable compared to other jewelry.
At the end of the pendant are three charms:
The first is a delicate symbol of Aier, which is kept in clean and polished condition, though it's been worn with time. Its graceful swirls are picked out in silver and gold, and there's a setting for a gem inside, though it's currently empty. It was a charm given to him by his mother, who gifted all of her children with an icon that she felt best reflected their patron deity. Tam can be seen touching this on occasion, when he meets someone new.
The second is a symbol of Hora, which is battered and looks as if it has been extensively repaired at least once. It's kept clean and polished, but is still visibly worn. It belonged to his twin sister, Cassandrae, and it was one of two charms he was able to recover from the wreckage of the accident that claimed his family. Tam often touches this charm before engaging in something dangerous or risky.
The third is a symbol of Ezi, very badly damaged and neither repaired nor cleaned. It stands in stark contrast to the other two, and has scorch marks and signs of heat damage. The usual spherical design of this charm has been pounded flat, as if with a hammer, leaving it even more damaged than before. It belonged to Tam's mother, who would frequently comment on her luck to have such a wonderful family, and claim to be blessed by Ezi. Tam rarely does anything but glare at this charm, or wrap a tight fist around it when things are going badly.