|Book Origin||The Mad Apprentice Novella|
Indria is Lord Tagin's sister, she is married to Demrel. She is afraid of her brother at times. When she and Tagin were children they'd play a game in which they pretend to rule the world. Her family's House were less favoured and weaker than others.
|Spoilers from "The Mad Apprentice"|
She is then held prisioner freely by Arfon, to question her about her brother. She is kept in a little bedroom the Guild had set up for her, in one of the Guildhall towers. Tagin tries to rescue her, but she is reluctant to go. She finally changes her mind and goes with him.
Indria has an idea to let the magicians who are after them catch her and convince them she is Tagin's prisioner. Then she'd drug them so she and Tagin could gain distance or get the magicians off her trail. She bought a tincture at a market, pretending to be suffering from insomnia and women’s pains but wanting something that didn’t taste foul. A herbalist had recommended she mix it in wine, taking care not to make it too strong and risk poisoning. Instead Tagin kills them.
After a small attack, Tagin decides to start taking strength from Indria, and she gives in to him. At this time, Demrel is told about them and he all but disowns her, many in the Guild had taken that as proof of her bad character.
Indria had protested against what Tagin was doing, too tired to worry if he'd hit her, or worse. By this time she was too worn out to argue convincingly, and Tagin had prepared it. He wore her down with his reasoning.
They then came under attack from twenty-three magicians, including Lord Arfon. Tagin killed them all, but Indria suggested Tagin let Arfon return to the Guild to deliver the news and suggest they surrender to him. And he allowed it.
Tagin then took over the Palace, and insisted Indria stay by his side. After returning to her new room, Arfon visits in disguise. He tells her that if she decides to do anything, he'd help. Then he escapes through a square opening hidden behind a large painting. Indria then plans to poison Tagin with the water, and suceeds, killing them both.