Malliki Nur Pinito
Malliki Nur Pinito (born in Sanilla, in 1573, died in Talenore, 1644) was a Sanillan-born legal scholar, linguist, football manager, politician, and former Arbiter of the Imperial Judex (1615–1624, 1627–1644). Previously, he had been President of the State of Talenore and Supreme Political Commissar of Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn. In Elwynn, he was politically aligned with the Elwynnese Workers' Party, and in Talenore, with the National Development Party. However, since King Noah's ascension to the Elwynnese throne in 1623, Nur Pinito resided in Shirekeep due to personal differences between the two, and refused to enter the territory of Elwynn.
Nur Pinito was related to Malliki Tosha on the maternal side (and is named after him). Through his brother, he had a nephew, Alzair Nur Pinito, a politician in Talenore.
Nur Pinito used to be an amateur football player in his youth, and during his adult career, he had managed several teams in Talenore.
Nur Pinito was married to his wife Leli Nur Pinito (née Nakita) since 1595. They had two sons, Malliki Nakita Nur Pinito and Tanilo Nur Pinito, and three daughters, Lamao Nur Pinito, Leli Nur Pinito and Semisa Nur Pinito.