|Age:||Approximately 31 years old.|
|Date of Birth:||Unknown.|
|Marital Status:||Dating Cerastes.|
|Eye color:||Lime green.|
|Build:||Sleek and well-toned, like a sports car.|
|Affiliations:||The Band, Revenant Corporation.|
Shirin Vedral is a 31-year-old, emerald-scaled Orozvhadi drell who once ran the Band. Little to nothing is known about her early life, aside from rumors - and those, of course, are never to be trusted.
The public at large once knew Shirin as Epiphany Krayl, one of the galaxy's most famous drell fashion designers (a title she regards with some bemusement, given how few of them there are), but her couture house and husband were taken from her in a violent attack two years after she started designing professionally. Following the attack, she virtually disappeared from the public eye, her last statement to the press confirming that she would never design again. A year and a half has passed since then without a word.
Few people know what Shirin is up to these days, although she's certainly making money somehow - and still occasionally associates with several members of the Band.
Few know it, but she's the daughter of Abattoir (Zharik Jale).
Threads of Note
The lead, and how to swing it: Shirin acquires a ship, and makes a start on her list of things to see to.
One Born Every Minute: Shirin, Kirok and Jil'Korah decide they need to recruit some contacts.
If you give a drell a starship...: The Band acquires its new ship.
Bro-Op: Life with the new team. Shirin asks after her father. Kirok says that's "a long an' dark road of a story", but he tells enough.
Sing-Along?: The crew are annoying at times, but that doesn't stop Shirin from finding promising leads...
Book of the Month: Cerastes has some information for Shirin.
Punch Buggy: Shirin and Cerastes spar.
We Need To Cook: Shirin spends time with a higher-than-usual Ana Sari.
It's A Shameful Thing, Lobster Head: Mr. Ian O'Shaughenessy ("Lobster Head") is a former client of Cerastes, and the subject of the next mission.
The Ones That Got Away, AKA, Meet The Band: The Band have a barbecue and exchange stories.
Concerning Terrorism and Exfoliation: More business, before Shirin leaves Omega.
Getting The Band Back Together: Aftermath. Everyone's squandered their earnings, to Shirin's annoyance.
The Falling Stone: Aftermath of the above. Who is the Rainmaker? It is decided that The Band needs to borrow a drill from Trask Interstellar. A tense and high-action mission is undertaken, and it ends with a hovercraft full of eels.
Rainmaker: "The last two children of Abattoir" have a showdown.
Commedia Drell'Arte: Shirin and Cerastes at an llium estate.