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This article is about the Eliskni Scribe of House Light. For the former Queen's Wrath, see Sjur Eido.
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Other name(s):

Little Sister
Daughter of Light[1]





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Scribe of the House of Light


Eido is an Eliksni Scribe of the House of Light and the adopted daughter of Mithrax, Kell of Light.


Eido was found inside a ventilation shaft of a House of Devils skiff as Misraaks—then a Vandal—was clearing the battlefield alongside Sjur Eido and other Awoken. She was newly hatched, still covered in egg-molt. Misraaks freed her from the shaft and took her in.[2]

Sometime later, the Guardian found a tattered note covered in Awoken script and took it to Petra Venj for decryption.[3] From it, they learned about a rocket launcher hidden somewhere for a "daughter of Light" to find[1] upon completing a set of trials, one of which would be "fighting alongside the chosen".[4] The Awoken script and references to Light pointed at Mithrax being the author of these notes.

The Endless Night[edit]

During the Endless Night, Eido journeyed with her father and other Fallen refugees of House Light, to the newly founded Eliksni Quarter of the Last City. There—under the safety of the Traveler—Eido served as a scribe of House Light, documenting its history as well as recounting the history of the Fallen to the Guardian as they explored the district.

Season of Plunder[edit]

During Season of Plunder, Eido takes on a support role in the fight against Eramis, Kell of Darkness. Her expertise and interest in old technology and knowledge proves to be invaluable as she researches the artifacts that The Guardian plunders from the Old Crews.

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Personality and Traits[edit]

In a similar vein to her father, Eido appears hopeful of a new and better future for the Eliksni, showing disapproval at the current behavior of the Fallen houses. Further, Eido wishes to make peace between the Eliksni and Humanity, hoping that they can coexist under the Traveler in the Last City. However, she is aware that such ideas are not particularly popular, knowing that some scars and fears take time to overcome. As a scribe, Eido values her people's history and traditions, carefully preserving them, hoping that future generations will learn from her lessons and that humans will learn that there is more to the Eliksni than they have ever learned. However, Eido begins to show a measure of doubt after a mob, motivated by fear, ransack her people's camp in the Last City, wondering if it was right to settle in the Last City. Her resolve, nonetheless, remains strong as she understands the attack was done out of fear rather than malice. As such, she refuses to retaliate in turn.

As the daughter of Mithrax, Eido respects and cares deeply for her father, believing in his vision and leadership that could lead their people into a better tomorrow. Likewise, Mithrax values her advice and wisdom. He even remarked that she was "too wise for her own good". However, Eido does have trouble understanding phrases and figures of speech, often taking things literally as what happened during an exchange with Master Rahool.

During the Season of Plunder, Eido is shown to be a deeply intelligent and adventurous person albeit a bit shy and reserved in her tactics. Unlike the Drifter, Eido prefers to avoid direct confrontation and instead suggests things like tactical retreats and avoidance of enemies. She is a bit naïve but willing to learn and is shown to be becoming more aggressive and forwards during some of her voice lines. Most notably, Eido is rather idealistic in wanting to better the lives of her people and reclaiming lost relics for her research. As a result, she disapproves of the Spider's more "entrepreneurial" nature as he tries to profit form their mission. As the scribe to the House of Light, Eido takes great delight in learning all she can, whether it be something from her house's allies or that of her people and would be all too happy to inform others of her people's history. Eido has also shown that the Eliksni should have faith in the Light rather than in the Traveler itself, given it's history of abandoning civilizations and recently giving the Lucent Brood the Light. At the same time, she heavily dislikes secrets, wishing to learn all aspects of history, even if the truth is something she may not understand.

Later on, Mithrax would state that while Eido is curious and brave, she is ignorant of the more brutal aspects of the world, including the violence the Eliksni have committed. Her curiosity would be showcased in her efforts to learn the truth of her father's past, claiming it necessary to record the House of Light's past, even if it is against her father's wishes. This also shows Eido has a rebellious side, willing to defy or go around her father's back if it means to learn the truth and help the Guardian's efforts. Ultimately, though Eido may have had the best of intentions, her desire for the truth regarding her father's past and her belief that Eramis would see reason would drive a wedge in her relationship with Mithrax. Hearing the tale that her father was a pirate more brutal than Eramis and had actually known what the relics were, and not telling her himself, deeply wounded her. Though she would maintain her commitment to the House of Light and its alliance with the Guardians, she became more curt and angry in her tone, especially towards her father.


Main article: Eido, Daughter of Misraaks/Quotes
  • Hello! My name is Eido. My father is Misraaks, Kell of our House. I took my name from his first Awoken friend, Sjur Eido. As Scribe for the House of Light, it's my job to preserve our House's history, so that hatchlings may one day learn our stories. Misraakskel requested that I leave some records for the Humans of the Last City so they might learn about Eliksni culture in their own time.


List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ a b Bungie (2019/6/4), Destiny 2: Season of Opulence, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Hidden Between Realities
  2. ^ Bungie (2019/6/4), Destiny 2: Season of Opulence, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Truth
  3. ^ Bungie (2019/6/4), Destiny 2: Season of Opulence, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: A Scrap of Paper
  4. ^ Bungie (2019/6/4), Destiny 2: Season of Opulence, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: A Map Asunder