|Reign||1980 – 1999|
Orsili, Orsili District
|Died||1999 (aged 82–83)|
Mekaras, Orsili District
skull in Elten, Elten District, heart in Mekaras, Orsili District
|Father||Ani ni Tirina|
|Mother||Hali ni Tirina|
Lıniıl was born into the noble Kaorn family, quickly becoming interested in politics from a young age. After graduating from Elten University in 1952 with a joint degree in law and political science, she worked as a lawyer in Orsili until she was elected to the Nuoda for the first time in 1964. Her co-representative was Asihan ni Tirina rıl Wiol, and in 1970, the two friends married. Their first daughter, Alın, was born the next year, followed by Amir'i in 1977 and Yarwe in 1983.
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After the death of both the previous sarda in a boating accident in 1980, Lıniıl and Asihan were elected by the rest of the Nuoda to serve as the next sarda. Their reign was influential in forming and strengthening international bonds. They also began loosening immigration and visa restrictions, fueling the Sanmran economy as well as the tourism sector.
In 1999, an unknown individual attacked and killed Lıniıl in the woods near the Kaorn family's private home in Mekaras, Orsili District. She was discovered several hours after her death by her three daughters. Despite repeated investigations into the assassination, her murderer has never been found. Persistent rumors suggest the assassin was a foreign human, though which nation sent the alleged assassin varies depending on the source. As the investigation remains an open case, it's unclear whether there is actual evidence to suggest this, or if it's simply a conspiracy theory.
In accordance with tradition, her body was cremated, with her skull being stored in the royal House of the Dead in Elten, and her heart being preserved in the Kaorn family mausoleum. Prior to entombment, her funeral was held in the public square outside the Aliseta ni Sadilan (House of Voters) in the inner circle of Elten, with tens of thousands of attendees.