When Ton's people storm the Rose Tower, the "doll" tries to defend Krothen from Ton gets his neck broke. Cella is heartbroken, but Amantine laughed. Furious, she tackles Amantine, and they both fall through the broken rail, of the tower. Amantine survives, but Cella is killed.
- ↑ The Sea of Time, "Chapter I: Kothifir", I — " I understand that you have refused yet another match. Your half-sister Cella is, of course, heartbroken.' […] 'My lord wonders if Lady Cella’s heart was truly in this proposal. It was his understanding that she prefers to play with her… er… doll.' The lady in question nodded so vigorously that her veil fluttered up, revealing a middle-aged face painted white, with buck teeth, protruding eyes, and no chin to speak of. […] grabbed the handsome boy by the hand, and scrambled off down the stairs"
- ↑ The Sea of Time, "Chapter XXII: The End of Many Things", III — "Lady Cella crouched on the floor […] cradling the body of her handsome boy toy. His head lolled over her arm, a swathe of golden hair hanging over his eyes. Someone had broken his neck. 'He tried to defend my cousin Krothen,' she wailed. […] 'Oh, I should have taken him away before Prince Ton’s bullies burst in! Ton never understood about us and, when he was dead, Princess Amantine only laughed. Gods damn her!' "
- ↑ The Sea of Time, "Chapter XXII: The End of Many Things", III — " 'Lady Cella was waiting for her below,' he reported back. 'She tackled Princess Amantine and they both fell through the broken rail, off the tower.' "
- ↑ The Sea of Time, "Chapter XXIII: The Feast of Fools", I — "As it happened, Princess Amantine survived the fall, if with sundry broken bones. The unhappy Lady Cella did not."