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Parents Delius
Profession Steward
Residence Kezare
Ethnicity Daysider
Nationality Lossandin
Homeworld Taldain
Universe Cosmere
Introduced In White Sand
This article's title is uncanonical and a fan created one, because an official term or name has not been made yet.

Delius's son is the son of the Lord Admiral, Delius, and serves as his steward.[1]

Appearance and Personality[edit]

He has long blond hair and wears a light blue coat. He is quiet and doesn't speak very much.[2]


He showed Kenton, Aarik, and Ais in to see Delius. After they left he explained the politics of the kelzin to Delius and said that many of them are Kerztian, the ones who are not are usually Ker'reen, and that in general the kelzin hate the sand masters.[2]

During his time as Lord Admiral, Delius had his son buy up a large fleet of ships in his own name, since he was not allowed to own property. He had his son carry around with him documents, that when signed, would transfer ownership of the fleet from his son to himself.[1]

He traveled with Delius, Kenton, Khriss, and the rest of their group to Lraezare to visit the Shipowners' Circle. When Lokkall and the Shipowners' Circle voted Delius out of his position he gave Delius the documents, which Delius then signed, transferring ownership of his fleet of ships, twelve of which were in Lraezare at that time, to Delius. Delius then told his son to order their fleet to blockade the port of Kezare for the next month and he said that he will.[1]


  • In the prose he was named Delin.


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