I’m not sure I get your argument. Does Yorshka not age because she’s a non-combatant? The Nameless King’s haggard appearance could be because of his long history as a god of war, but I don’t see the relation to Hollowing other than that it results in the same appearance. The gods may not have finite lifespans but they’re certainly not undead either. The gods that we do see have an appearance corresponding to their relative age, so what makes you think they don’t age? Do you support the Athenian birth option?
I’m not convinced Oceiros started out human either. He is said to have royal blood, indicating he comes from the divine lineage. His dragon state also gives no indication of being corrupted by the dark. He used his divine power to transform himself into a dragon-like creature, and his child, Ocelotte, also has features of a dragon hybrid; like Priscilla, he can turn invisible. Whatever Oceiros started out as, he has transformed in ways far beyond physical.
Oceiros is obsessed with Ocelotte and has latched onto him as his only hope for a powerful heir. However, that seems strange if Yorshka is indeed his daughter and may also possess the power of dragons. On the other hand, we’ve met Yorshka. She’s a weakling. I wouldn’t be surprised if Oceiros rejected her himself. We already know that daughters in the royal family aren’t exactly held in high regard; look what happened to Gertrude.
Anyway, you say that the timeline doesn’t work out because Oceiros is said to have become corrupted in his later years, that being the later years of his rule over Lothric. Before he turned to studying dragons, he was obsessed with producing a viable heir to the throne, someone who could link the fire. After they raised Lorian and Lothric it became evident that neither of them would go on to link the fire, so Oceiros turned to the study of dragons, went insane and isolated himself with Ocelotte.
So for the timeline to make sense, Yorshka would have to be born before Ocelotte, exiled to Anor Londo, adopted as a sister by Gwyndolin, and be there to witness Sulyvahn’s power grab. So you’re saying this is impossible because Sulyvahn’s power grab must have happened before this? I’m not very familiar with those events, so could you explain how that does or doesn’t fit together?
Also, a social life? Who needs that when you have a soulsian life?