Sendar was the son of King Roald. He was born at some point after the Sunhawk overthrow of the Rethwellan king. (It is unknown how well he knew of the famous Kethry and Tarma, or if he knew of the Rethwellan debt to Valdemar.) Sendar was a shy and lonely boy until he was befriended by Orthallen, a noble at court.
King of ValdemarEdit
Sendar came to the throne in the year 1355 AF. His oldest friend, Lord Orthallen became one of his most trusted advisors outside of the Council, and eventually joined the Council. That friendship was betrayed when Lord Orthallen paid Tedrel mercenaries to kill Sendar during the last battle of the Tedrel Wars.
Sendar was reluctant to marry because he knew he could not expect to find someone he loved who loved him back. He finally settled on Lady Kayla because she alone did not throw herself at him. When asked, she reportedly said that she would prefer to be his sister than his wife, because she desired his library more than him. Because Lady Kayla was shy, she agreed to marry if he promised that she would participate as little as possible in Court life. After a year of marriage, they were so much in love that after she died, he refused to remarry.
It is uncertain how long after their marriage Lady Kayla became pregnant, or if she ever gave birth to any other children before or after Selenay. If she did have other children, only Selenay survived to adulthood and to become a Herald.
The Tedrel WarsEdit
The Tedrel Wars began at some point after Princess Selenay had received her Whites, and they plagued Sendar's reign from that point until the end of his life. Sendar died in battle, after the fall of Taver, the King's Own Companion. This battle marked the later win of the war for Valdemar, and the conclusion of the Tedrel Wars. Sendar died in 1376 A.F.
His Gifts are not enumerated.
As a prince out on his initial circuits he rode with Herald Callan.