She sits on a grey marble bench by a grey marble wall, grey marble angels crouching over her frail dark form as though set to carry her away on the instant. Her head is bowed in sorrow or prayer over a withered red rose, long black hair half-concealing her delicate features and spilling down the front of her flowing black dress. Fallen rose petals strew her breast like drops of blood.

Brand originally took Morwen in as his ward, after an Autumnlands power struggle left her the only survivor of her family. Nature had its way, though, and in due course Brand took Morwen as his third wife. Despite the troubled nature of their marriage, she bore him two daughters, Melanie and Etain. In K.39, during an argument with Brand, Morwen threw herself on the Flame and died, or at least that's how Brand reported it.

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