|“||...We're too powerful, and too bored with immortality, to be checked by anything else.||”|
- 1 History
- 2 Physical Appearance
- 3 Personality
- 4 Relationships
- 5 Powers & Abilities
- 6 Appearances
- 7 Gallery
- 8 Trivia
- 9 References
Lucien Vanserra is the son of the Lady of the Autumn Court and Helion, the High Lord of the Day Court, as a result of their secret love affair.
When she was pregnant with Lucien, Lucien's mother was already married to Beron, the High Lord of the Autumn Court. Fearing for her life and the life of her unborn child, as Beron's temper and penchant for violence were well-known to all, the Lady of the Autumn Court attempted to pass her bastard son off as the true son of Beron. Her husband, however, had guessed the truth. For reasons unknown, he chose to accept Lucien as his own son. It is implied that this was not done out of love for the Lady of Autumn Court or for Lucien, but to keep the truth of his wife's infidelity from being known to others, so Beron could save face and not be laughed at by others. Lucien, however, was never told the truth, and so believes himself to be the youngest blooded son of Beron.
Lucien grew up in the Autumn Court, but never cared much about his nobility. He made friends with individuals of different Courts and with individuals from non-aristocratic backgrounds. As Lucien was unlikely to become High Lord given that he was seventh in line for succession, he was allowed to roam the Court as he saw fit.
During his youth, he met a Lesser Faerie named Jesminda, who lived in the countryside of the Autumn Court. She teased and seduced Lucien until they fell in love.  Beron disapproved of this relationship, believing it was inappropriate for a High Fae noble to marry a Lesser Faerie, and so he had Jesminda executed in front of Lucien. Two of his elder brothers restrained him during the sentencing and forced him to watch. Neither of the brothers was Eris, Lucien's eldest and most sadistic brother. 
Lucien left the Autumn Court and fled to the Spring Court, to Tamlin, the son of the High Lord of the Spring Court, whom he became friends with. Eris, his older brother, claimed later to have warned Tamlin about Lucien to ensure his half-brother's safety. His brothers believed that he was a strong contender to the High Lord's crown, and so the three of them went to kill him, to prevent him from one day becoming High Lord. Lucien killed one of the brothers, while Tamlin killed the other. The third escaped back to the Autumn Court to report what had happened.
Now without a place at the Autumn Court, Tamlin gave Lucien a place at his Court and then appointed him as the Spring Court Emissary to give him some political protection through a title. After the appointment, the Autumn Court members dared not openly attack Lucien for fear of starting a war with the Spring Court.
As the emissary for the Spring Court, Lucien met with individuals from other Courts, including eventually his father, Beron, who he was forced to meet for political matters between the two Courts. Another such required meeting was with Amarantha, Hybern's former General and a witch of incredible power. Amarantha desired Tamlin and wanted a relationship with him, but Tamlin was not interested. To convey his disinterest in a political manner, but to discuss how they might keep the peace despite it, Tamlin sent Lucien to her to parlay. Amarantha did not take Tamlin's rejection well and she allowed her anger to get the better of her, claiming there would be no peace so long as Tamlin refused her. In a rare moment of losing his temper, Lucien told Amarantha to, "go back to the shit-hole she'd crawled out of."  As punishment for his words, Amaranatha attacked Lucien and carved out his left eye. She sent him back to the Spring Court severely wounded to serve as both an insult and as a challenge to the Spring Court for war.
Lucien's face was left scarred from the incident. Nuan, an alchemist from the Dawn Court and Lucien’s friend, aided him in his healing. She crafted a metal eye and gave it to Lucien to use as a replacement for his left eye. 
Not long after those failed "negotiations" Amarantha hosted a ball Under the Mountain and claimed it was to make amends for removing Lucien's eye. The entire Spring Court attended, including Lucien, who wore a fox mien for a mask. Amarantha claimed the ball would be a masquerade, so Lucien could hide the scarring. Her true motive for the party was to seduce Tamlin into becoming her lover and consort. However, Tamlin was outraged at the injuries that Amarantha had inflicted upon Lucien so he refused her again. To add insult to injury, he told the witch he would rather take a human to bed than her. Amarantha may have forgiven Tamlin for that insult, but he added one last unforgivable one. He said that her own sister, Clythia, preferred a human's company over hers, referring to Jurian. Facing his scorn before a room full of Fae humiliated Amarantha, and so she cursed the entire Spring Court, which now included Lucien, to forever wear their masks. The only chance to break this curse was for Tamlin to fall in love with a mortal girl who despised faeries, and he was given a time limit of "seven times seven years" to break the curse. If he did not manage to complete this task in time, Amarantha would claim him and all of his subjects as slaves and imprison them in Under the Mountain forever. Exact details of the curse; Mortal girl, hates Faeries, must kill Fae because hates, and then only can Tamlin take her to the Spring Court. Mortal girl must also love Tamlin. Time limit is 49 years.
To aid his best friend and end the curse on all of them, Lucien vowed to help Tamlin try to find this mortal female of Amarantha's prophecy.
During the forty-ninth and final year of the curse, a human female named Feyre Archeron kills one of the Spring Court's male faeries who has been sent over the Wall to search for the girl of Amarantha's prophecy.
Lucien, along with Tamlin, believes Feyre is the one they've all been waiting for.
Tamlin brings her under duress, by threatening her family, to the Spring Court. At first, Tamlin is somewhat cold and distant from her, and so Feyre turns to a kind face within the Spring Court for friendship, Lucien. The two build a good rapport, and Lucien even encourages Feyre's relationship with Tamlin. The two often go hunting together and it is Lucien who instructs Feyre as to how to ensnare the Suriel.
After Feyre breaks the curse and is Made by the High Lords, Lucien returns to the Spring Court with Feyre and Tamlin.
After the events of Under the Mountain, Lucien remains steadfast and loyal to his friend, Tamlin even as he worries about Feyre's health and safety. Tamlin's irrational need to suddenly control Feyre's every move is seen by Lucien, and he does what he can to alleviate some of that control, often at the expense of his own well-being. From providing her with weapons to hide on her person when Tamlin wouldn't, to begging Tamlin to allow Feyre to properly train and use her newfound powers, Lucien was seemingly the only member of the Spring Court to fight for her autonomy. When Tamlin locked her in his manor, Lucien urged her to be patient, promising to see what he could do in order to set her free, despite the threats on his life.
After Feyre disappears after Tamlin locks her in his house, Tamlin sends Lucien out into Prythian to find and bring his intended bride back to him. Lucien spends weeks searching for her and eventually corners her in the wilds of the Night Court, while she is out training up her new skills with Azriel. Lucien believes Rhysand and the Night Court have bewitched Feyre somehow and that she is not in her right mind when she makes it clear to them that she is not going back to Tamlin. She utilizes her new powers and asks Lucien to leave. He returns to Tamlin with Feyre's message and news of her new abilities.
Knowing he does not have the power alone to go up against Rhysand, whom he believes has manipulated Feyre with magic into staying with him, Tamlin throws his lot in with the King of Hybern, who has plans to conquer and take over Prythian. Lucien goes with him into the lion's den, unaware of what was about to happen.
When Feyre, Rhysand, Azriel, Morrigan, and Cassian infiltrate Hybern's castle on the Island of Hybern, they are captured by Jurian. As Hybern torments them, he brings out a secret weapon against Feyre. Ianthe, who has latched onto the Spring Court through Tamlin's naivety turns over Feyre's sisters, Nesta Archeron and Elain Archeron to him. Tamlin and Lucien show disapproval of this move, as Lucien charges at Hybern's soldiers after they grab Elain.
Seeing Feyre’s sisters struggle against being thrown into the Cauldron, Lucien demands that Hybern stop, but Elain is tossed into the black waters of the Cauldron anyway. When she emerges moments later, she has been re-Made into a High Fae. Lucien feels the mating bond snap into place between him and Elain and whispers the truth in disbelief.
Morrigan winnows to Elain and Nesta and takes them from Lucien's care, while Rhys gathers Azriel and Cassian. The six escape Hybern's castle and return to the Night Court. Lucien is bereft of what just happened and demands Tamlin go after them. Feyre inserts herself as a tired victim of Rhysand's manipulations and asks Tamlin to simply take her home, knowing the High Lord of Spring will grant her wish.
Lucien is forced to watch over Feyre at the Spring Court for Tamlin. He remains at his friend's side for this purpose, despite his resentment of the task. It is seen that Lucien doubts Feyre’s intentions from the start. He is seen asking Feyre about Elain, wanting to know if she’s worth fighting for.
As the weeks go by, he begins to seriously doubt Feyre's story about having been Rhysand's prisoner and how her imprisonment by him emotionally and mentally took a negative toll upon her. Lucien does not trust her any longer and suspects she has a manipulative game in play. The friendship he and Feyre once shared is now tarnished by deceit and too many lies.
A few weeks after the events in Hybern's throne room, Prince Dagdan and Princess Brannagh are sent to the Spring Court by the King of Hybern. From the beginning, it is clear Lucien does not like either "guest," but as he is assigned to watch Feyre by Tamlin, he has to go with her everywhere. When Feyre escorts the Prince and Princess to the Wall, so they can inspect it for weaknesses, Lucien accompanies them. During that first journey, Lucien aids the twins by supplying information regarding the holes in the Wall, albeit reluctantly.
While they are away from the manor and Tamlin on, Lucien confronts Feyre with his suspicions, and Feyre confides in him about what happened during her absence from the Spring Court. Feyre is quiet about the truth of her relationship with Rhys, however. The friendship that was once there between Lucien and Feyre is tentatively rebuilt, although it is clear on both sides that there is still great mistrust.
A few days later, the Summer Solstice arrives. Like all of the Spring Court, Lucien attended these celebrations, though he is half-asleep during one of Ianthe's performances. During one particular performance, Ianthe is interrupted by Feyre who uses the power she acquired from the High Lord of the Dawn Court to glow, creating a display of light that makes her appear "holy" and "blessed" by the Mother, instead of Ianthe. Lucien decides to help Feyre in crushing Ianthe’s plan to look powerful by taking her hand and kneeling on the floor at her feet, adding to the dramatics of the spectacle. The incident creates jealousy in Ianthe, who expected to be the center of attention that day, and in Tamlin, who starts getting jealous of Feyre and Lucien’s friendship and dynamic.
That same night, after the celebrations have ended, Lucien's sleep is interrupted by Feyre's screaming. He opens the door to his chambers shirtless to find her wearing lacy clothing and in disarray from her night terrors. She tells him she has terrible dreams of her time Under the Mountain and hugs Lucien for comfort. Their somewhat sensual embrace is interrupted by Tamlin, who becomes angered at the scene of his friend and his lover in such a state. Lucien knows then to keep a distance from Feyre or risk Tamlin's irrational violence.
The next day, Feyre and Lucien again escort Dagdan and Brannagh to the Wall, however this time they visit the Continent as well to further inspect the Wall. Brannagh is unable to winnow, and Dagdan can only winnow a few miles, and so the group winnow and hike to the Continent. During their trek, three members of the Children of the Blessed approach them. Lucien rejects their plead to dwell in Prythian, but Brannagh and Dagdan are enticed by their offer. The next day, Lucien finds the three Children of the Blessed dead and their bodies mutilated by Brannagh and Dagdan. As retribution, Lucien and Feyre sent the Bogge after the Hybern twins. For this trickery, both Lucien and Feyre are scolded by Tamlin. Feyre, however, turns the scolding around on Tamlin, causing his anger to unleash his magic. She purposely does not shield herself and is injured by furniture being thrown around the room by Tamlin's wild magic. Lucien immediately runs to Feyre's aid, and this only further needles Tamlin's jealousy.
Feyre’s schemes succeed, causing the people of the Spring Court to rethink their loyalty to their High Lord and forcing Lucien to admit that his best friend, Tamlin, has lost all good reason and has become a tyrant on the wrong side of a coming war.
During the last visit out to the Wall, Lucien again accompanies Feyre, Dagdan, and Brannagh. However, this time, Ianthe and Tamlin also attend them. When Lucien is left alone with Ianthe at one point during the trip, she tricks him and ties him in shackles to force him to accept her unwanted sexual advances. He coldly rejects her and is saved by Feyre who uses her Daemati abilities to force Ianthe to unshackle him. Brannagh and Dagdan appear and confront Lucien and Feyre, admitting that they've been using small amounts of Faebane to poison her and Lucien for weeks. Lucien and Feyre team up and kill the Hybern twins.
Murdering the niece and nephew of the Spring Court's ally, Hybern, severs any chance for Feyre and Lucien to return to the Spring Court. They know their lives will be forfeit now, and flee from the Spring Court, running into the Autumn Court on their journey north towards the Night Court, knowing it is their only chance for safety. Weakened by the Faebane, though, the two weary companions are forced to travel on foot. They trek through the Autumn Court, and through the Forest House, a passage that takes days. Eventually, near the border between the Autumn Court and Winter Court, they are intercepted by Lucien's brothers, one of whom is Eris. They fight against the brothers and barely manage to escape. They settle in a cave for the night and pass the time talking.
The next day, they enter the Winter Court but are again intercepted by Lucien's brothers. Azriel and Cassian come to their aid. Frightening off Lucien's brothers, the two Illyrians fly Lucien and Feyre back to Velaris.
Though wary of the Night Court, Lucien is amazed at the peace in Velaris and comments how surprised he is that there are children laughing in the street. Having only known the cruel and evil rumors about the Night Court, Lucien is stunned by Velaris.
When they reach the home, Elain appears to have not recovered well from her kidnapping and forced re-making by the Cauldron. She drifts from place to place, seemingly uncaring about where she's at or even if she eats, and rarely speaks to anyone. Elain refuses to acknowledge Lucien, pining away for her mortal life and her fiancé, Graysen.
Feyre goes into Lucien's head and mind to see his thoughts. His thoughts are flooded with concern for Elain's condition from her not eating and moving, yet notes how even then he thinks she is the most beautiful female he had ever seen. However, nothing could stop the betrayal that slid through his veins as he realized he'd once told his dead lover Jesminda the same thing. Lucien and Elain formally meet and something inside Lucien chants, "Mine. You are mine, and I am yours. Mate." Elain then tells him that she can hear his heart beating through the stone when she sleeps. When asked if Lucien hears hers, he replies that he does not. Eventually, Lucien realizes that Elain is not interested in acknowledging the mating bond between them and exits the room, but on his way out he states that Elain needs fresh air and for Feyre and Nesta to take her to the sea or garden as a way to get her out of the house.
After Lucien decides to help Feyre and the Night Court in gathering allies for the coming war with Hybern. He goes on a quest to find the missing mortal queen, Vassa, in an attempt to win her aid in the coming war and to show his loyalty to the Night Court, but specifically Feyre. Before leaving, Elain came to see him out and Lucien inclined his head in a bow in hopes of hiding the longing and sadness in his eyes. When he turned to go, Lucien didn't glance back at her nor did he see the half step she took towards him, to speak with him, stop him. Lucien then sets off on his journey to find Vassa and throughout that time, the two become friends.
Lucien reappears at the final battle between Hybern and Prythian. He is accompanied by Feyre's father and his mortal army, as well as Vassa, the Seraphim army under Prince Drakon and Miryam and Tamlin.
Immediately after the battle Lucien finds Feyre and tells her all about his quest with her father and Vassa. When Feyre teases Lucien about sounding like an acolyte, he blushes before glancing at Elain who peers at him as the trio start walking. Lucien is the first and only person to acknowledge Elain's role in killing Hybern and soon after when Feyre nudges Elain, she blurts out for him to come to Velaris. Feyre then leaves Lucien and Elain alone to find a place to wash up from the battle or to simply talk. Lucien is seen spending time with Vassa, relaxed and chuckling at something she says before leaving to travel with her and Jurian.
Lucien has been traveling the world at the side of his two new companions, Jurian and Vassa, who he calls "two sides of the same coin". Soon after, Lucien decides to move in with them to a manor near the human lands, however he is still visiting Spring Court which results in him receiving bruises and having his belongings tossed out. He then inquires to Feyre about how Elain is doing and is seen trying to contain himself when he learns she's still mourning Grayson. Feyre and Lucien converse some more and the two seem to be trying to mend their friendship. Lucien tells her that the three choose to name their friend group the Band of Exiles. Lucien’s lips twitch and there’s a spark in his eye when he talks about Vassa. Later that evening we find that Lucien gifted Elain enchanted gloves that won't tear or be too sweaty when she gardens. Elain sets the gloves aside without looking at them for longer than a moment.
Lucien continues to be an emissary for the Night Court, ally to Jurian and Vassa, and liaison to Tamlin. Mor and Cassian muse that Lucien won't be unbiased in reporting to them on Vassa and that any reports would be in her favor. Cassian goes to their manor to gain insight from Vassa about the other mortal queens. Seeing flames in Vassa's eyes and realizing that her time to go back to the lake is nearing, Lucien's face shows his pain while Jurian's is unreadable. When Vassa talks about her enslavement, Lucien stares outside the window setting Koschei as his target for all the pain and trauma she went through because of him. We also learn that Lucien has the role of settling arguments between Vassa and Jurian who like to be at each other's throats. He reappears once more during Solstice when visits the Night Court. He brings a present for Feyre and pearl earrings for Elain. Cassian notes he looks at Elain with pain and longing that make Cassian sympathizes with the male.
Lucien's skin is golden brown, a few shades darker than his half-brothers, but still light enough to have passed for Beron's son for centuries. He has crimson red hair. His face is brutally scarred from his brow to his jaw, a wound inflicted by Amarantha. His right eye is whole and russet-colored; but his left eye was ripped out by Amarantha and has been replaced with an artificial mechanical eye made of gold which was created by Lucien's friend Nuan from the Day Court. His features are described as sharp, elegant, and ethereally handsome despite the length of scars on his face.
Lucien is clever, sarcastic, and witty, but kind and loyal to a fault. He is perceptive and sees a lot of things other people don't. He has many emotional scars as a result of Beron's cruelty and abuse of him, which emboldened his step-brothers to treat him similarly. His mother loves him devotedly. Lucien covers up his anguish and trauma under the guise of a bright, charismatic personality. He deeply cares for the people he loves and his heart is beyond loyal for them.
While living in the Autumn Court, Lucien met Jesminda, a Lesser Faerie who lived in the countryside. She teased and seduced him until the pair eventually fell in love. Jesminda appreciated Lucien for who he was, instead of loving him for his noble rank. Lucien loved her with the same amount of appreciation and even believed she was the most beautiful female he knew. The pair were not mated, though this did not diminish their love.
The pair's love was cut short, as Beron believed it was inappropriate for a High Fae noble to have a relationship with a Lesser Faerie, and so he executed Jesminda in front of Lucien. This had a harrowing effect on Lucien, who fled to the Spring Court for safety.
|“||When I sleep, I can hear your heart beating through the stone. Can you hear mine?||”|
–Elain to Lucien, A Court of Wings and Ruin
At the end of A Court of Mist and Fury, Lucien realizes that Elain is his mate after she comes out of the Cauldron, having been made Fae. When Lucien and Feyre leave the Spring Court and travel together, he asks her about Elain, wanting to know if she is worth fighting for.
Talking about her seer abilities, Elain tells Lucien that she can hear his heartbeat and asks him if he can hear hers, but Lucien says he cannot. When Lucien volunteers to go on a quest to find Vassa, Elain appears to wish to say something to him before he leaves, but stops herself, and remains silent. Their relationship continues to regress as both Elain and Lucien appear to feel uncomfortable around each other. Elain avoids and ignores Lucien as much as possible. Noting her behavior around him, Lucien maintains distance from her.
|“||A bird of flame and a lord of fire. I wondered if they’d found each other yet.||”|
–A Court of Wings and Ruin
Lucien met Vassa when he went on a quest to find her and attain her help for the war against Hybern. On the journey, they became friends. When Lucien speaks about Vassa, Feyre teases him that he sounds like an acolyte, to which he is seen blushing. At the meeting after winning the war, Vassa is seen spending the little time she has before turning into a firebird, by talking animatedly to a relaxed and chuckling Lucien. Feyre is surprised to see his body language so at ease around her. Lucien actively tries to find any loopholes in the bargain struck with Koschei to extend Vassa's stay, so that she doesn't have to go back to the lake. He visits her often enough and soon after chooses to move in with Vassa and Jurian in a manor situated near the human lands. Having found friendship with each other, the three live together, and name their friend group the Band of Exiles, though that doesn't stop Lucien from having to play the middle man when Vassa and Jurian are at each other's throats. When Lucien talks to Feyre about Vassa on Winter Solstice, his lips twitch with amusement and there's a spark in his eye. Mor and Cassian believe that Lucien wouldn't be unbiased in reporting about Vassa and that any reports from him would be in her favor. When Cassian sees flames in Vassa's eyes and realizes that her time to go back to the lake is nearing, he notices that Lucien is staring at her, his face pained and Jurian's is unreadable. When Vassa talks about her enslavement, Lucien stares outside the window setting Koschei as his target for all the pain and trauma he made her go through.
Jurian is the third member of the Band of Exiles. Lucien and him got off on a rocky start as he goaded Lucien about Elain and all the things that could happen to her being in the Night Court. Jurian and Vassa are described by Lucien as two sides of the same coin, as such they like to be at each other's throats, this means that Lucien is often playing mediator for the human and the firebird. Lucien and Jurian are quite close friends now due to the time they had to spend living together.
Lucien is bitter and cold towards Ianthe, rejecting her sexual advances. Ianthe, however, is interested in the prospect of having a child with Lucien, as their offspring would be powerful and respected. She attempts to gain his interest, but he consistently ignores her. During the night of Calanmai, Tamlin refuses to participate in the Rite. Lucien believes it is his duty to perform in the rite, and so he sleeps with Ianthe reluctantly. It is something Lucien regrets and is deeply embarrassed about. After Ianthe kidnaps Elain and takes her to Hybern, Lucien becomes more bitter to Ianthe. Despite his constant rejections, Ianthe locks him in shackles in hopes of forcing him to accept her sexually. Lucien does not concede to her advances even after this.
Lucien and Feyre have a rocky relationship. In A Court of Thorns and Roses, he dislikes her at first, being sarcastic and mocking towards her. Slowly, they start trusting each other and are seen joking around. He stands up for Feyre Under the Mountain, helps her in her challenges and even risks his life to heal her. In A Court of Mist and Fury, he pleads with Tamlin to let Feyre train despite knowing it might cause Tamlin to abuse him. Feyre brings Lucien along to the Night Court after they leave Spring. Their relationship starts facing downs as Lucien is not treated with respect there. When Lucien finds friendship with Vassa and Jurian, Feyre mocks their group named Band of Exiles instead of understanding him.
After Jesminda's death, Lucien left the Autumn Court in hopes of escaping the cruelty of his father and brothers but he had nowhere to go. Tamlin offered Lucien a place to stay in his manor. He made Lucien the emissary of the Spring Court and they became friends as they worked together for years. When Amarantha ripped out Lucien's eye out, scarring him forever, Tamlin rejected her advances. After Under the Mountain, Tamlin became increasingly aggressive and toxic. He became abusive, both physically and mentally. Lucien's loyalty kept him tied to Tamlin despite his behaviour. Even after the war against Hybern, when Tamlin was devastated and alone, it was Lucien who checked on him and gave him food out of empathy and good heartedness. Despite that, Tamlin abused Lucien physically and dumped his belongings away.
Nuan is an old friend of Lucien. She made Lucien's mechanical eye after Amarantha tore his eye out.
Powers & Abilities
Lucien wields fire magic which he inherited from his mother Lady of the Autumn Court, who hails from a family with a strong magical bloodline of flame wielders. Lucien has healing abilities as well, using which he healed Feyre during their time Under the Mountain. He also has the ability to winnow. Furthermore, Lucien possesses spell-cleaving powers from his father Helion who is High Lord of the Day Court. A glimpse of his spell-cleaving powers was seen in A Court of Mist and Fury when he broke through the binding spell placed by Hybern with ease.
- A Court of Thorns and Roses (1st appearance)
- A Court of Mist and Fury
- A Court of Wings and Ruin
- A Court of Frost and Starlight
- A Court of Silver Flames
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- The name Lucien is of French origin and means light. In A Court of Wings and Ruin, Lucien is revealed to be the biological son of Helion, the High Lord of the Day Court who has the power to manipulate as well as wield light.
- Sarah J. Maas originally planned for Lucien to have a romantic relationship with Nesta. However, when she started writing A Court of Mist and Fury, Maas came to the conclusion that this relationship wouldn't work. 
- Sarah J. Maas talked on Twitter that Lucien and Dorian Havilliard of Throne of Glass, would probably be best friends.
- On her YouTube channel, Sarah J. Maas said that one of the characters she would love to write her books together with would be Lucien, she said she thinks it would be fun because he's smart so he would be able to make extensive plots.
|Characters||Feyre Archeron · Rhysand · Nesta Archeron · Cassian · Elain Archeron · Azriel · Amren · Morrigan · Nyx · Lucien Vanserra · Gwyneth Berdara · Nuala · Cerridwen · Keir · Devlon · Clotho · Madja · Bryaxis · Sevenda · Rita · Thanatos · Thanatos's daughter · Rhysand's father † · Rhysand's mother † · Rhysand's sister † · Enalius|
|Locations||Athelwood · Cesere · Hewn City · Illyria · Palace of Bone and Salt · Palace of Thread and Jewels · Rainbow of Velaris · Restaurant · Rita's · Sidra River · The Prison · Velaris · Western Isles · Windhaven Camp|
|Characters||Tamlin · Feyre Archeron (former) · Lucien Vanserra (former) · Alis (former) · Ianthe † · Andras † · Bron · Hart · Tamlin's father · Tamlin's mother · Ianthe's father · Ianthe's mother · Ianthe's sisters|
|Locations||Village · Western Forest · Tamlin's manor|
|Characters||Beron Vanserra · Eris Vanserra · Lucien Vanserra (former) · Jesminda † · Lady of the Autumn Court|
|Locations||The Forest House|
|Characters||Vassa · Lucien Vanserra · Jurian · Feyre Archeron (former) · Nesta Archeron (former) · Elain Archeron (former) · Demetra † · Briallyn † · Andromache † · Unnamed Queen · Unnamed Queen · Unnamed Queen · Mr. Archeron † Mrs. Archeron † · Graysen · Nolan · Isaac Hale · Tomas Mandray · Clare Beddor †|
|Locations||Scythia · Mortal Queens Palace · Feyre's Village · The Archeron's estate · Band of Exiles Manor · Neva|