Sage of Light, Diamond Sage, the Silent Lord






Golden Goddesses (creators)
Demoko (sibling)
Maphaeus (sibling)
Malkorbagia (sibling)
Sulkaris (sibling)
Evaleen (sibling)
Kovaloo (sibling)


Dawn of Hyrule


126 AG
Death Mountain


Firstborn Flanged Mace

Music Themes

Solahrasin was one of the first seven sages of the Goddesses, created at the dawn of Hyrule to defend the Triforce.


Solahrasin's name predates many Hyrulean languages. The Ancient Hylian words solahra (justice) and sina (light) might be derived from his name.


Stained glass depiction of Solahrasin in Hyrule Castle.

Physical AppearanceEdit

In the Book of Mudora, Solahrasin is described as "made of the light of the Goddesses themselves, he is of form but without, for those that see only look upon light, and those that feel are burned in his presence". Solahrasin appears as a gargantuan humanoid being clad in armored white and black robes. His head is a polygonal form flanked by two ceremonial wings, from which blinding light spills out of an ornate slit. When awakened, his dark "turned off body" shines with the holy light he can manipulate.

Solahrasin is by far the largest of the First Sages, standing over twice Sulkaris' height at over 30'.

In combat, Solahrasin wields a huge white double-headed flanged mace.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Solahrasin was given the ability to control and manipulate various forms of light by the Golden Goddesses. He can bend light around his form, rendering himself and entire areas invisible from sight. He can easily blind anyone who looked upon him too long, and was reported to have completely incinerated his enemies. The Diamond Sage and his Silent Army emerge from their realm to confront Sulkaris and put a stop to her second attempt on the Triforce. During battle, he towers over his enemies and uses his giant mace to send down a rain of rock and dust, crushing any trapped in the destruction.

It is rumored that when angered, lightning sparkles throughout his entire metallic shell.


Solahrasin's personality is never really described in details. The Goddesses considered him their most loyal and perfect servant, it is possible Solahrasin was either devoid of free will or his conviction to his cause and purpose was very powerful.


Creation of HyruleEdit


Solahrasin at the creation of the Triforce.

Solahrasin was the second sage to be created by the Golden Goddesses, and was considered their best work and without any of the flaws of the six other sages. He was made specifically with the intent to lead the other Sages and entire armies against the many beings that had interfered with the creation of the Hyrule, notably the Druthulidi. He successfully lead assaults against and destroyed many of the Druthulidi, even confronting Majora and subduing it. Solahrasin was instrumental in the Purging of the Goddesses; he channeled their wrath along with the other six sages to cleanse the entirely of Hyrule's surface of corruption, allowing the Triforce to finish formation and bring life to the world.

Post CreationEdit


Solahrasin and the Silent Guards.

With Hyrule in its infancy Solahrasin returned to the Sacred Realm and watched over the Triforce, awaiting for the Trilith so that it may be passed on to mortals. During his watch one of the other first Sages, Sulkaris, attempted to steal the Triforce and use it for her own ends. It was Solahrasin who halted her progress and eventually banished her from the Sacred Realm and into Hyrule.

When the Trilith awoke into Hyrule, Solahrasin, five of the other Sages, and the three Oracles passed the Triforce unto them and placed it in their care. His work complete, Solahrasin gathered his army and created the Silent Realm, a place hidden from sight through the bending of light where he and his forces could rest until the end of time.

There is no record of how or when Solahrasin chose Sahasrahla to be his successor. It is possible that there may have been another forgotten sage in the line between the two. Despite his importance in the creation of Hyrule and the Triforce, Solahrasin is one of the least revered of the first Sages and is all but forgotten by the time of the Gerudo Wars. There are no temples or churches devoted to him in Hyrule except for a stained glass window of him in Hyrule Castle. In later eras he is often associated with justice, judgement, honor, loyalty, and trust.

In truth, Solahrasin and the other six Sages despised and warred with one another, as well as with the Druthulidi for control of the Triforce and dominion over Hyrule and its mortals, eventually coming to a tenuous truce. Sulkaris, an opponent of their plans, was exiled rather than killed to preserve the myth that the First Sages were immortal.

The Return of Sulkaris Edit

In 126 AG, after the deaths of Malkorbagia and Maphaeus, Solahrasin and his Silent Army arrive at Death Mountain to kill Sulkaris, but collide with the armies of Evaleen, Kovaloo, and Demoko. Spurred by their hatred of one another, the First Sages attack one another rather than ally with the local Gorons against Sulkaris.

When Demoko unleashes the Aura superweapon on Death Mountain, Solahrasin and the Silent Army are utterly destroyed, except for the Light Medallion from which he draws his powers. The Light Medallion is subsequently recovered by the Gohma.

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