|“||I could never accept help from you. You're a usurper. The throne is mine.||”|
Kyle's initial interests include making trouble, telling rumors (especially ones that supposedly reveal the identity and location of Jupiter's heir), speaking of the land of Terralain, and learning of turmoil in the Secret Citadels.
The circumstances of Kyle's early life are unknown, but he was eventually sent by his father Bleston to infiltrate The Resistance. When he arrived at Cloud Mountain, he took to hanging out with a group of young carefree bucks, gaining a reputation as a rogue and a liar, given his tendency to exaggerate and fabricate information. However, he did occasionally share truthful details, such as asserting his status as a prince to Emma.
|“||It's all politics in these great families... All the highborns are the same. Greedy, entitled, and looking to lord over others.||”|
Attack on Cloud MountainEdit
Kyle betrays Cloud Mountain to the wolves occupying Decker's Landing as ordered by his father Bleston. He sent Smalls into a trap at Jupiter's Crossing. Kyle asked Smalls to leave The Green Ember behind to keep it from Morbin, but he really intended to steal it. He is found rummaging through Smalls' room by Heather and Picket during the wolf attack, at which point it is discovered that Smalls did not follow his advice, and took The Green Ember with him to Jupiter's Crossing.
Attack on HalfwindEdit
Kyle saved Halfwind from the attacking wolves with his Father and their army. Kyle personally saves Heather and Emma from a wolf at the very end of the battle. Its discovered that he is Prince Kylen, son of King Bleston, Second Lord of Terralain and Heir to all of Natalia.
Politicking in HalfwindEdit
|“||Your allies are...all lies.||”|
Personality and traits Edit
Initially, Kylen had a charming, roguish facade that hid the insecurity and guilt he had within. When his betrayal became known, however, he no longer hid his shame, appearing utterly remorseful for his actions. His best traits were a certain amount of courage and loyalty, which he had in good measure. Despite his roguishness, he would not let someone else be blamed for his actions, and was willing to stand up for them, even if there were consequences.
Family tree Edit