An exile from the Elkshant tribe, Lambrin fell in with a group of exiles led by Sharone and the American astronaut Arnold Stechter, the self-styled “Lord and Master” of this group of renegades and outcasts.
During her residence with these exiles, they acquired the brilliant scientist Sar Savaht who had been displaced when the Warlord Shaxia was slain. Stechter immediately pressed Sar Savaht to work in recovering ancient technologies which might allow them to slip into enemy strongholds, bypassing the defenses.
Lambrin, attracted to Savaht’s intellect and kindness, though he was some fifty years older, began sneaking away to visit him. Eventually she was caught by Sharone, administered a whipping and thrown into a cage which was lowered into an arshen pit.
When Savaht discovered this he demanded that Lambrin be set free and be allowed to marry him. Stechter, realizing it was in his best interest to keep the scientist happy, relented.
Savaht used an ancient device that regenerates cells to heal Lambrin’s wounds. Here, they dwelt until later Garvey and Ntashia Dire freed them from the subjugation of Stechter and his exiles.
Savaht, Lambrin, and her three children (Than, being the oldest son who is named after the legendary Caladrexian scientist Than Shib ) were brought back to the City of Ledgrim and thereafter Savaht used his skills in the service of the Muvari Tribe.
In this period, Savaht was able to experiment with ancient cellular therapies that actually have reversed the course of aging, bringing him nearer to Lambrin’s health, vigor and youth.
Lambrin has had several opportunities to demonstrate her prowess with the sword in defense of her husband. Though she has not been able to bear any more children beyond the three born in the camp of the exiles, she and Sar Savaht added to their brood, when they were attacked by renegade technopriests and used a rifle designed to create a pocket of slowed time that would retard the actions of the enemy.
This rifle malfunctioned and caused two of their enemies to regress to infanthood. In consequence they have added Exarin and Vyann to their family. Though they dare not mention to anyone just where those infants came from, Garvey Dire and his wives strongly suspect.