So I was reading some of the spoilers the Doomknight gives you in the Inn at the Edge of Time, and I one of them caught my attention:
Gramercy is Sepulchure's mother.
For those of you who might not know, Gramercy, otherwise known as Grams, is the mother of Lark. Lark, in turn, is the mother of Aria.
Now, it's easy to dismiss the above spoiler due to it's origins, but it made me take a closer look at past events. Assuming enough time has passed that I don't have to put this in spoiler tags, but Grams was the NPC that the Falconreach Spy replaced. The real Grams was taken to Sepulchure's fortress, where she was Gravelynn's babysitter. Sepulchure is very protective of Gravelynn, to the point that those who approach where she lives are killed and turned into her guards. Why would Sepulchure allow someone he took prisoner to babysit her? Perhaps he knew her better than we thought, and that's why she was the one who was replaced to begin with.
I then took a look at Gram's quest dialogue, and I noticed something interesting in the quest Mission Improbable, where she notes that Gravelynn reminds her of her granddaughter. It was at this point that I noticed something interesting about Sepulchure, Gravelynn and Gramercy's family: Red hair. While this may be a loose connection at best, given how wild and varied hair can be on Lore, hair colours have been used to hint at familial connections in fiction for a long time.
The only thing really working against my theory is how well known it is that Sepulchure is Valen. If that is at least somewhat common knowledge, it would be odd that nobody brought up that Sepulchure's family is just hanging out in Falconreach. If it is not well known, however, it would still be a little weird that Valen was never brought up in any context by Grams, Aria or perhaps Yulgar. Noting this, I suppose it's possible that Sepulchure may just be Gramercy's nephew or something, but either was, I think there is some sort of connection here.
What do you guys think? Am I completely off base here? Or do you think there might something to this?