Yrene inquires whether Aelin has needed to use the self-defense moves before; Aelin admits that she has—usually as the hunter. Aedion is bisexual, revealing to Lysandra that he is attracted to people regardless of gender. Species: Aelin chose the former and became an assassin, killing her first target at the age of nine. Itching for a fight, Aelin sneaks into the alley behind the inn after closing only to find four mercenaries attack Yrene in the hopes of stealing her meager earnings. She rises, sits beside Sam, and then accuses Rolfe of being involved in Gregori's capture and Ben's death, citing the tattoos that were spotted on the attackers. In Kingdom of Ash he swears the blood-oath to her, in front of everyone as promised by Aelin to him. Sam says that Arobynn has his reasons, but Aelin presses on, expressing disgust at the idea of trading slaves. He nervously asks if he should be concerned about sleeping that night, but she laughs to herself and reassures him that he need not worry—for tonight, at least. Then it turns out that Lord Berick’s men have attacked the fortress and killed many assassins, including Mikhail and almost Ilias. When she was young, she was infatuated with. At the end of Queen of Shadows, Aelin named Lysandra a lady of her court and allocated a piece of land to her. Her identity as Celaena Sardothien was so carefully protected that very few people had ever seen what she actually looked like; when meeting clients, she always wore a mask, gloves, and black clothing, which revealed only her gender. They say the line between love and hate is thin, but actors Aelin Galathynius and Rowan Whitethorn think it's rather thick. For the first eight years of her life, she lived as the Princess of Terrasen. Rolfe taunts Aelin at dinner, urging her to remove her mask so she can partake in the meal, but she refuses. After his mother's death, Aedion was raised in the Galathynius household in Orynth. They decide to find a last client so that they can have enough money to travel. Dorian pretty much keeps to himself until he has a mysterious dream about Aelin being in danger. He asks if she really cannot tolerate teasing, to which she replies that she cannot when it involves her life. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Rowan and Aelin's relationship grows, even more, they became more than friends but less than lovers, when they became carranam, during the battle of Mistward. In Kingdom of Ash he pretends Lysandra doesn't exist and feels resentment towards her. He served as a general in Adarlan's military before reuniting with his cousin and joining her court.