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|Abilities||Splinter of Honor|
|Featured In||The Stormlight Archive|
”How could you endanger yourself in such a manner? Do you not realize that mortals die if broken?
Appearance and Personality
Lusintia is a shorter honorspren whose stiff jacket and trousers nearly give the appearance of being a uniform. Her hair falls only to the level of her chin.
She is very loyal to the idea that the honorspren are right to isolate themselves from the humans, and she is willing to act as a guard on Shallan. Lusintia is outraged by the idea of Shallan colluding with Kalak, though she holds a great reverence for the Herald himself. She has a softer side as well, which shows when she frantically asks Pattern for advice following Shallan's "accident" and when she assures Shallan that they would not have let her die. Like other honorspren, Lusintia is ignorant of the types of subterfuge that humans sometimes use.
Lusintia acted as a guide for Shallan on her first day in Lasting Integrity. She was also assigned to watch her covertly, meaning that she was immediately on scene when Shallan fell from a tree. Flustered, Lusintia and a number of other honorspren were tricked by Pattern into believing that Shallan required Stormlight to heal. After carrying her to the room where the honorspren stored their Stormlight, Lusintia was embarrassed to realize that Shallan used up an entire emerald sphere and had to stay back to fill out a report. As Formless, Shallan later impersonated Lusintia while attempting to assassinate Kalak. When a group of honorspren led by Sekeir interrupted Shallan while she spoke with the Herald, Lusintia accused her of attempting to influence the course of Adolin's trial.