Prill Tel'vallo is a fictional character who appears prominently throughout Justin Bonitz' story "From Windfall To Hell." Prill is the central character and narrator of Justin's concept album "The Awry Ascent," which tells the first book of "From Windfall To Hell," which is a soon to be released novel Justin is writing.
Prill was the younger son of Baxt and Otia Tel'vallo. His mother died when he was a young child, leaving him and his older brother, Dart, to be raised alone by their father. Their father passed away when Prill was a teenager, which is around the same time he met Prite Fernotta, who later became his wife, and whom he conceived a daughter with named, "Abalone."
Age: 25 (at the beginning of Book 1 - The Awry Ascent).
He is very slender, and despite his age, his hair is completely gray/white because of he is a hu'mori (crossbreed between a human and a q'dori). He has cat whiskers sprouting from his cheeks, and he also has a dark green "mask" across his eyes and the bridge of a his nose like a raccoon. He is typically seen wearing an earth-toned tunic.
Prill has an awkward sense of humor, is very energetic, bratty, easily amused, immature, and is for the most part not very serious as at all. Justin's music only focuses on the angry/emotional parts of Prill's personality, but he is actually rather clumsy, goofy, and not much of a badass until around the end of Three Gods & Me, but even then, he never loses his bratty charm.
Prill is a sea hunter who takes up after his father, who was the best in all of R'oa. Because Prill is a hu'mori, he is incredibly fast, flexible and rather nimble, but he is not much of a fighter. Over the course of the "From Windfall To Hell" saga, he becomes more and more of a badass.
- Prite Tel'vallo - Spouse/Wife
- Abalone Tel'vallo - Daughter
- Baxter Tel'vallo - Father
- Otia Tel'vallo - Mother
- Dart Tel'vallo - Brother
- The Awry Ascent
- The Awry Ascent (Novel)
- Heavy Is The Crown
- Heavy Is The Crown (Novel)
- Three Gods & Me
- Three Gods & Me (Novel)
- Mudoo Ra
- Mudoo Ra (Novel)