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Corporalki, or the Order of the Living and the Dead, are Grisha whose power focuses on the human body. The Order is divided into two primary types: Heartrenders and Healers. In the Second Army, they wear crimson kefta.

After the events of the Shadow and Bone trilogy, the Corporalki are led and represented by Genya Safin in the Grisha Triumvirate.

Heartrenders Edit

Main article: Heartrenders

Heartrenders are one of the most feared Grisha types and were considered the most valuable soldiers in the Second Army under the Darkling's rule. Their ability and training allows them to manipulate the body of another person to cause harm; for example, a Heartrender can stop a human's heart or prevent air from entering their lungs. However, a Heartrender's power can be altered after surviving Jurda Parem, which happens to Nina Zenik. Her powers change from controlling living bodies to the dead.

Known Heartrenders Edit

Healers Edit

Main article: Healers

Healers utilize their ability to manipulate the human body to healing wounds and injuries. 

Known Healers Edit

Tailors Edit

Tailors were not officially considered Corporalki, despite their ability to alter human appearances, until Genya Safin completed a mission for the Darkling and later became a member of the Grisha Triumvirate. Under the leadership of the Triumvirate, all Corporalki are taught the skill of Tailoring in school, making the classification of Tailors virtually obsolete aside from Genya.

Ravkan CorporalkiEdit

Corporalki in the Second Army are considered the most valuable soldiers, consequently making them the highest-ranked Grisha Order under the leadership of the Darkling. At the Little Palace, all Corporalki spend their first two years of education in common training before branching off to become either Heartrenders or a Healers, depending on each individual's choice.

Trivia Edit

  • The word Corporalki comes from the latin word corpus, which means body.