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Bathsheba: A selfish elder of the colony, who scolds Shade for breaking the law and mistrusts the animals. In the television series, Bathsheba betrays them. Lucretia: One of the female elders who becomes a chief elder in Firewing.

Aurora: One of the female elders. Icarus: A male; he is optimistic about what the bands foretell. Ishmael: A Silverwing captured by the Vampyrum for the ritual.

He escaped, but his brother and others did not. While helping rescue Chinook and the other captives, Ishmael knocked his brother off of the Stone and was killed seconds later by Voxzaco on the sacrificial stone. Vampyrum Spectrum[ edit ] The Vampyrum Spectrum has a monarchy.

They are carnivores and eat just about anything smaller than them, including other bats. They worship the Mayan bat god Cama Zotz.

Vampyrum spectrum is the Latin name of the Spectral Bat. Throbb: Goth's fellow prisoner in the first book, who lacks courage and is forced to do his bidding. He is killed by a thunderstorm.

His ghost serves Cama Zotz in the Underworld by aiding in an attempt to tunnel through to the world of the living.

Voxzaco: A High Priest talking to Cama Zotz by eating strange, possibly hallucinogenic , herbs shrooms. His spine is crooked due to age. He is able to interpret the stone calendar that serves religious purposes.

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He commits suicide by dropping a bomb that destroys the temple in an attempt to sacrifice hearts to Zotz. In the third book, Zotz reveals that his ghost is suffering eternal torment in his stomach for his failure. While alive, he tried to remove the heart of Ishmael's brother, but Ishmael sacrificed his life for his brother, allowing Voxzaco to devour him. Phoenix: Zotz's female servant, whose name is derived from the phoenix , a legendary bird who rejuvenates itself through an immersion in fire.

Phoenix fails to restore it with Goth, after Shade gives life for Griffin. She was to become Goth's mate when she was restored to life, but it is unknown when she will be able to do so, as it is not common for creatures to be sucked into the Underworld.

Other bats[ edit ] Zephyr: An albino bat who lives in a church spire, a central hub for migrating bat colonies. He is very old and has lost his ability to see, but he uses his sonar with great accuracy. He also can see into the past and future using his ears. He has a vast knowledge of medicinal herbs. Scirocco: A long-eared bat that led a movement among the banded bats, saying they were promised to become humans.

It is unknown what happened to him, or whether he was killed by Goth and Throbb. Penelope: A banded Brightwing who was originally part of Marina's colony. Like Marina, she was exiled from the colony for having a band. She later became one of those who followed Scirocco.

She and her colony are devoured by Goth and Throbb. Caliban: A mastiff bat who leads a survival group living in Statue Haven.

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The group consisted of bats used by humans to carry fire bombs and were led by Shade's father until he was captured by the Vampyrum Spectrum. Dead bats in Zotz's kingdom[ edit ] Yorick: A year-old Silverwing bat who always wants the way, because he has the map to the Tree. He lethally crashed into a tree, which severely damaged his wing and he has to suffer the pain.

Nemo: A fish eater living in the coastal waters way down south. He has been dead for roughly 48 years.

His death was caused by being eaten. Java: A foxwing with a wingspan of five feet, though she is a runt like Shade and even bigger than Goth. She becomes innocent toward any living thing. She does not have the gift of echolocation , which Shade does not like, but has excellent eyesight.

She became lost after setting out for the Tree, having forgotten the verbal instructions the Pilgrims gave her, when Yorick found her way off course and invited her to travel with him.

Unlike her two companions, she lived a full life and died of old age. Other animals[ edit ] King Boreal: The king of the owls who appears only in Sunwing.

When he goes to attack Bridge City, although he is persuaded otherwise by his son, Orestes. He is also persuaded to lift the flying ban on the bats, free the imprisoned bats at the various Hibernaculums and to also give the bats the freedom to fly in the daylight if they so choose. Brutus: An owl general who led the owls burning Tree Haven, after Shade glimpsed the sun. He dislikes bats and fought in the war to retrieve the Sun, although he wanted his species to keep control of the daylight skies and the owls won.

Orestes: A young owl prince; son of King Boreal. One of those who persuaded the owls to lift their ban on the presence of bats in daylight. He was saved by Shade from humans. In the TV adaptation, he is Brutus's son.

Romulus: King of the Northern rats who is considered a freak because of winglike flaps of skin between his fore and hind legs, which for his part led him to believe that bats and rats have a common ancestor.

When his brother Prince Remus fled, he took command. Remus: Prince of the Northern rats.

He is distrustful of everyone, to the point of paranoia. He scares himself into abdication from the throne, believing a plot to poison him was afoot. General Cortez: King of the southern rats, who appears only in Sunwing, where his youngest son is captured by Vampyrum. He also helps Marina save Shade. He is named after the conquistador Hernando Cortez who conquered the Aztec Empire. Locations[ edit ] Tree Haven: An oak tree where young bats are raised during the spring and summer.

In Silverwing , the owls burned it down. After the new one is chosen, the females and newborns start living there at the end of Sunwing. Stone Hold: A place where the male bats roost during the spring and summer. Spire: The tower of a cathedral, which is a landmark in some colonies sound maps for migrating. Hibernaculum: A place behind a waterfall where Shade's colony goes to hibernate during the winter. Human Building: A bat paradise with no predators and plenty of insects, where it is always summer and they can see the sun.

However, it is a place where humans take bats northern and southern and owls to attach explosives to them and send them south to bomb enemies. Jungle: A rainforest, most likely in Central America. Home to the Vampyrum spectrum bats and the Pyramid.

It also hosts creatures such as large insects, southern owls and other exotic things that northern bats haven't seen. The survivors of the explosions from the metal disks use it as a safe haven from the Vampyrum. The Pyramid: Home to the royal order of Vampyrum.

Chinook: Shade's best friend. At the end of Sunwing he and Shade become friends and brothers because his parents died and he was adopted by Ariel and Cassiel at Shade's request though Shade kept this a secret from Chinook, believing his once-rival would never let him hear the end of it. Chinook is frequently scared, like his step-nephew Griffin, but is brave when he needs to be, and he has good survival instincts.

He was once very fond of dumping snow on Shade's head, though this may have just been an attempt to gain attention from Shade and Marina. Plato and Isis: Chinook's parents who travel with the other Silverwings to the human building at the beginning of Sunwing.

They perished in the firestorm in the jungle. Frieda: An elder of the Silverwing colony who is banded. She is the oldest bat in the colony, thus the wisest and helps Shade, even though he did something foolish. At the end of Sunwing, she dies at Bridge City. In the Underworld, she meets Griffin, telling him where to find the tree of life, a possible means of escape for him.

She commends Griffin's desire to take Luna with him despite the fact that he knows she may slow him down. Bathsheba: A selfish elder of the colony, who scolds Shade for breaking the law and mistrusts the animals.

In the television series, Bathsheba betrays them. Lucretia: One of the female elders who becomes a chief elder in Firewing. Aurora: One of the female elders. Icarus: A male; he is optimistic about what the bands foretell. Ishmael: A Silverwing captured by the Vampyrum for the ritual. He escaped, but his brother and others did not. While helping rescue Chinook and the other captives, Ishmael knocked his brother off of the Stone and was killed seconds later by Voxzaco on the sacrificial stone.

Vampyrum Spectrum[ edit ] The Vampyrum Spectrum has a monarchy. They are carnivores and eat just about anything smaller than them, including other bats. They worship the Mayan bat god Cama Zotz. Vampyrum spectrum is the Latin name of the Spectral Bat.

Throbb: Goth's fellow prisoner in the first book, who lacks courage and is forced to do his bidding. He is killed by a thunderstorm. His ghost serves Cama Zotz in the Underworld by aiding in an attempt to tunnel through to the world of the living. Voxzaco: A High Priest talking to Cama Zotz by eating strange, possibly hallucinogenic , herbs shrooms.

His spine is crooked due to age. He is able to interpret the stone calendar that serves religious purposes.

He commits suicide by dropping a bomb that destroys the temple in an attempt to sacrifice hearts to Zotz. In the third book, Zotz reveals that his ghost is suffering eternal torment in his stomach for his failure.

While alive, he tried to remove the heart of Ishmael's brother, but Ishmael sacrificed his life for his brother, allowing Voxzaco to devour him.

Phoenix: Zotz's female servant, whose name is derived from the phoenix , a legendary bird who rejuvenates itself through an immersion in fire. Phoenix fails to restore it with Goth, after Shade gives life for Griffin. She was to become Goth's mate when she was restored to life, but it is unknown when she will be able to do so, as it is not common for creatures to be sucked into the Underworld.

Other bats[ edit ] Zephyr: An albino bat who lives in a church spire, a central hub for migrating bat colonies. He is very old and has lost his ability to see, but he uses his sonar with great accuracy.

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He also can see into the past and future using his ears. He has a vast knowledge of medicinal herbs. Scirocco: A long-eared bat that led a movement among the banded bats, saying they were promised to become humans. It is unknown what happened to him, or whether he was killed by Goth and Throbb. Penelope: A banded Brightwing who was originally part of Marina's colony. Like Marina, she was exiled from the colony for having a band.

She later became one of those who followed Scirocco. She and her colony are devoured by Goth and Throbb. Caliban: A mastiff bat who leads a survival group living in Statue Haven. The group consisted of bats used by humans to carry fire bombs and were led by Shade's father until he was captured by the Vampyrum Spectrum.

Dead bats in Zotz's kingdom[ edit ] Yorick: A year-old Silverwing bat who always wants the way, because he has the map to the Tree. He lethally crashed into a tree, which severely damaged his wing and he has to suffer the pain.

Nemo: A fish eater living in the coastal waters way down south. He has been dead for roughly 48 years. His death was caused by being eaten. Java: A foxwing with a wingspan of five feet, though she is a runt like Shade and even bigger than Goth. She becomes innocent toward any living thing. She does not have the gift of echolocation , which Shade does not like, but has excellent eyesight.

She became lost after setting out for the Tree, having forgotten the verbal instructions the Pilgrims gave her, when Yorick found her way off course and invited her to travel with him. Unlike her two companions, she lived a full life and died of old age. Other animals[ edit ] King Boreal: The king of the owls who appears only in Sunwing. When he goes to attack Bridge City, although he is persuaded otherwise by his son, Orestes.

He is also persuaded to lift the flying ban on the bats, free the imprisoned bats at the various Hibernaculums and to also give the bats the freedom to fly in the daylight if they so choose. Brutus: An owl general who led the owls burning Tree Haven, after Shade glimpsed the sun. He dislikes bats and fought in the war to retrieve the Sun, although he wanted his species to keep control of the daylight skies and the owls won.

Orestes: A young owl prince; son of King Boreal. One of those who persuaded the owls to lift their ban on the presence of bats in daylight.

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He was saved by Shade from humans. In the TV adaptation, he is Brutus's son. Romulus: King of the Northern rats who is considered a freak because of winglike flaps of skin between his fore and hind legs, which for his part led him to believe that bats and rats have a common ancestor. When his brother Prince Remus fled, he took command. Remus: Prince of the Northern rats. He is distrustful of everyone, to the point of paranoia. He scares himself into abdication from the throne, believing a plot to poison him was afoot.

General Cortez: King of the southern rats, who appears only in Sunwing, where his youngest son is captured by Vampyrum. He also helps Marina save Shade. He is named after the conquistador Hernando Cortez who conquered the Aztec Empire.

Locations[ edit ] Tree Haven: An oak tree where young bats are raised during the spring and summer. In Silverwing , the owls burned it down.Scirocco: A long-eared bat that led a movement among the banded bats, saying they were promised to become humans. Goth, however, is still alive to fight another day. In the first book, Goth and Throbb are captured by scientists.

Icarus - A male Silverwing elder.

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In the Underworld, she meets Griffin, telling him where to find the tree of life, a possible means of escape for him. In the end, Goth is injured by lightning. This is the lamest appeal I have ever read.