Abfequarn served in the retinue of Inquisitor Myzard during the 400's.M41. She had ash-blonde hair and was rated very highly by Inquisitor Gideon Ravenor, who believed she would be sent after him by Inquisitor Rorken when he went rogue in 403. Harlon Nayl, a member of Ravenor's team was struck by her beauty and continuously stared at her indiscreetly, as noted by Ravenor.
Sabbat Worlds Crusade
She was ordered, by Lord Militant General Bulledin in 768.M41 to assess and sanction the dangers of witchcraft during the liberation of Monthax in the Sabbat Worlds. It was here, after a gambling fraud with other Guard regiments, that she investigated the adjutant Brin Milo, who was at the time in the service of Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt of the Tanith First and Only, for being an undiscovered psyker. However, Milo was cleared when he revealed that the fraud was a simple con trick and not, as the vengeful men of the Royal Volpone claimed, psyker powers.[3a]
During the ground assault of the Chaos forces on Monthax, a devastating psychic storm was summoned by the Eldar Warlock Eon Kull, the guardian of an ancient Webway gate that led back to Craftworld Dolthe itself, in an effort to prevent Chaos from reaching it. However, the strain was too much for the Farseer and the storm raged out of control. Lilith was sent to investigate, and she discovered the net of deceit woven by the Farseer: an illusion to draw Imperial forces to the beleaguered Eldar's aid. In the middle of the storm, she found an Eldar temple, which she had been seeking since her mother was killed in an Eldar raid many years ago. When Eon Kull died, Lilith used her own powers to transport the remaining Eldar back through their Webway and closed the warp gate behind them forever. Lilith disappeared along with the Eldar[3b].
In order of publication, Lilith's first appearance was in Dan Abnett's novel Ghostmaker, taking place during the Sabbat Worlds Crusade in the 700's.M41. Her next appearance was in Ravenor Rogue, taking place some 300 years earlier.
- 1: Ravenor Rogue (Novel) by Dan Abnett, [Needs Citation] pg. 7
- 2: The Emperor's Gift (Novel) by Aaron Dembski-Bowden
- 3: Ghostmaker (Novel) - Gaunt's Ghosts: The Founding by Dan Abnett:
- 4: The Inquisition (Background Book), pg. 5