Aḥi Iḥui, the linguistic coordinator, is the nephew of Agent Śoreq Qisshur. Iḥui acts like a tagalong kid brother to the rest of the Holy Tongue Society. His favorite hangout is the Sheqaq Marketplace in Mattanah City.
Quick healing and strong bones propel him to risk rough-and-tumble action, and he proudly wears his temporary stitches while he’s on the mend. Meanwhile, his fusion-powered footwear helps him stick to walls, and he fights monk style with a Nuclear Needle. He is fascinated by Shem ‘Etzem’s research into otiyot recombination.
Aḥi Iḥui’s power comes from the אחי shoresh family, which governs brotherhood, siblings, nephews, fusion, stitching, recombination and more.
Śoreq Qisshur, the conjunction part of speech in “Milhamah: Fighting Words.” He is a Holy Tongue Society spy who infiltrates the Bavel Macrostructure’s media organizations.
Based on the קשר shoresh root and its family, Qisshur has a broad spectrum of powers. He cools and congeals liquids (including his body’s) into gel or even ice. He also can manipulate the chains in his pockets and his fortified vest.
Above all, Qisshur obsesses over conspiracy theories, and his belief that all is connected gives him uncanny relationship skills. He builds an accidental harem wherever he goes. All it takes is a wink and a pickup line like: “It’s you and me against the New World Order, baby.”
But since Qisshur’s true love is exposing Bavel’s hidden masterminds, he usually plays it cool with romance.
Milhamah: Fighting Words
Feeling silenced by the world? Join the Holy Tongue Society’s linguistic warriors as they use ancient alphabet powers to fight speech stranglers, truth manglers and a rebuilt Tower of Babel. And get immersed in a story that prizes freedom, candor and fighting back against overwhelming odds.