"Like seedling which takes root in rich soil and grows strong, so too will new Gundu settlement floruish."
The daughter of Chief Uunu Vanu of the Gundu. After fleeing the oppression of the Vundu, Linu Vali started life anew on an island gifted to her by the Zundu tribe, and it is there, in the settlement of "Ok' Gundu Nakki," that she and her people work to rebuild what was taken from them. Considered slender and delicate by Vanu Vanu standards, she was at first plagued by youthful uncertainty. With the cooperation of a steadily expanding group of allies, however, she was able to free her brother, Linu Vanu, from his skycage prison. And as the trials of restoring her tribe molded and matured her, the naturally graceful Linu Vali would become the imposing sundrop dancer the Gundu people needed her to be.
When recently asked her age, the outspoken Linu merely replied, "Like sun rising in eastern sky, my life has but only begun."