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Abilities Returned, Cognitive Shadow
Titles God of Healing
Residence T'Telir
Nationality Hallandren
World Nalthis
Universe Cosmere
Featured In Warbreaker

Lifeblesser, god of healing, is a Returned from Hallandren on Nalthis.[1]

Appearance and Personality[edit]

Like many of the Returned gods, Lifeblesser is nearly seven feet tall, with sculpted muscles and a square jaw. His defining features are his brown hair and flowing robes. His colors are blue and silver, and he typically wears robes in these colors.[1] He is honest, but not particularly intelligent, and tends to blurt out his unedited thoughts. He therefore has difficulty with the nuances of politicking with his fellow Returned.[1]

Attributes and Abilities[edit]

As a Returned, Lifeblesser has a Divine Breath which gives him the benefits of being on the Fifth Heightening. This includes:

  • Aura Recognition - allows him to assess the number of Breaths a person possesses.
  • Perfect Pitch
  • Perfect Color Recognition - allows him to instantly and instinctively determine exact shades of colors and their hue harmonics.
  • Perfect Life Sense - allows him to sense people around him.
  • Agelessness - makes him immune to most toxins and physical ailments, as well as making him functionally immortal.


He was present at Siri's presentation in the Court of Gods.[2]

He played Tarachin with Weatherlove and Truthcall every week and tried to use the time as an opportunity to make political advances. According to Lightsong, this was the true purpose, and the true game, for Lifeblesser and his companions. However, Lifeblesser often missed the subtext of these conversations, and was also confused by Lightsong's humor when he would join the game.[1] He bluntly expressed his belief that Siri was faking her inexperience, and suggested attacking her homeland of Idris as retaliation for King Dedelin sending his youngest daughter instead of the older one, Vivenna.[1]


He is friends with Lightsong, Weatherlove, and Truthcall since they get together for a game of Tarachin every week, although all of them sometimes find his bluntness cringe-worthy.[1]


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