This is part of the story of Fellian D’Lazmuh, the oldest of the D’Lazmuh brothers. While I hope the story here is discernable, I will provide some context about these grey aliens. I’ve actually wanted to write a family drama set in the Silver Spiral for a long while. I won’t give away everything in this summary, so I can do so in the future.
Some of this was referenced in the novella, Pause & Effect, so we’re slowly building on references from way back then.
The Brothers D’Lazmuh
Panel one depicts the Grey alien homeworld of Oonoo, a cold planet that is genuinely unpleasant for most aliens. The Grey, however, thrive there. And speaking of thriving, we see a handsome family – The D’Lazmuhs.
The patriarchs, Garul Delaz and Nngua Muhlan, merged their genetic line and their names, as it tradition among the Grey – creating the D’Lazmuh family. What was unusual about this arrangement was that rather than produce the desired number of children in one go, they had the children every few years.
This was not the only strange thing about this family, at least compared to most grey, but that is a story for another time.
Sometime later, after the death of Garul and Nngua, the three young D’Lazmuhs, Fellian, Angn, and Dorian, arrived to live with their uncle, Cham Muhlan, an architect. Cham harbored some grudges regarding the trajectory his sibling’s life had taken, and he was fairly cold with the brothers.
Ultimately, the family unit of these grey aliens would shatter again as Fellian, driven by conflict with Cham, would leave Oonoo and join the Federation Military.
Fellian #1 – Three Brothers Page Summary
Here is a summary of the page featuring this band of Grey aliens.
Depicts a family of Grey aliens against the stars, in the background is the planet of Oonoo. The aliens are two adults, Garul Delaz and Nngua Muhlan, and their three children. The eldest is Fellian D’lazmuh. The middle child is Angn D’Lazmuh. The youngest is the infant Dorain D’Lazmuh
The three brothers, beset by tragedy, arrive to meet their uncle, Cham Muhlan. Cham is an architect and bears a grudge against his sister Nngua.
The panel depicts Fellian leaving the family on the way to the Federation homeworld of Aurin, to join the military. Angn and Dorian are both upset, but Cham can barely be seen.