The svurodroni /ˈsvʊəroʊdroʊni/ is a white, crescent-shaped stranger which lacks all tangible substance, and appears, instead, to be constructed of pure light. Its hologram-like body casts a dim, steady glow, and cannot be moved or interacted with, as all matter passes through its body without affecting or distorting its appearance.
above: various tints of its crisp light.
Its voice is silent.
a. svurodrove / b. svurozaner / c. svurovinde / d. svurodori / e. svurodrim / f. svurosavani / g. svuroviri
h. svuromille / i. svurodanti / j. svurotaze / k. svurodrivvy / l. svurodryynxi / m. svurodrola
n. svurocoure / o. svurovexivrisarvanxidrin (optimistic) / p. svurodrue / q. svurolos
The svurodroni appears above a small percentageꝘ of sensitives who remain in a prone position for more than one week. The likelihood of a svurodroni's appearance becomes incrementally greater the longer an individual remains in this state.Ҿ It is most common in hospitals and nursing homes, but also appears above bedridden or otherwise ailing individuals.
Ꝙ ...You don't want to be more specific?
Ҿ It floated around his head, and made a halo of itself.
When the svurodroni appears, it fades into view over a period of hours.
It appears over empty beds 4.6% of the time. A victimless svurodroni flickers in and out of view within an instant, like the brief arc of electricity in a lightbulb's death, and leaves behind a faint but lingering burning smell.
The svurodroni's temperament is patient above all else, and it does not move or interact with the world in any way. Despite this lack of action, however, its presence appears to dispel other strangers; even the most aggressive of predatory strangers will refrain from attacking a sensitive accompanied by a svurodroni.