Characters are a selection of resident Immortals of Dinaisth.
While some happened to find themselves on Dinaisth for reasons unrelated to the ehrivevnv, the neauismetica focuses on the handful few that worked directly with or alongside the neon hermetists.
Rlionn is not a single individual but a trait that manifests itself for the inhabitants of Laeisth as sort of lucidity that drives its "children" to embark on a walk across the deserts toward Paradichlorisse.
Spoken-of in tales and songs, the stories of Rlionn and the procession of its subjects are sung in the album children_of_bramble.
While most of Rlionn's Children do not stray too far from the Oasis, one of them has left the desert of Laeisth to travel Dinaisth.
Neonev has crossed Kanikule, and survived, during the first season.
Andes was already present on Dinaisth when Neonev and the other major immigrants arrived, the role of Andes in the collapse of Yajnev is unknown, but his arrival coincides with the destruction of Vetetrandes.
Prior to their arrival, a structure bearing their markings had been errected in Laeisth, known as the andes_castel, suggesting an external manipulation of the soies. Andes also brought through the injection, the tools required to study the ehrivevnv.
Yajnev is an actor who's will is infinite but localized. Its nervous system dictates localy occuring events, as well as the course of Time. Anyone entering Yajnev is effectively vaporized and assimilated into the tendrils of Yajnev.
The space, and time, surrounding the corpse of Yajnev is animated by its reflexion and thoughts. The effect of the Immigrats approaching Dinaisth might have caused the collapse as they forced their way through the Soies.
Its purpose is unknown, but it was "observed" to be reciting a story in a fashion that ressembled the traversal of Soies.
It is hypothesized, that upon reaching its location, one would infinitely collapse as they would begin experiencing that very event and all others being told back to them, for ever.
When Paradichlorisse spoke of silence, silence fell.