┏━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┛❖ ┗━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┓ ┗━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┓ ❖ ┏━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┛ "To win without risk is to triumph without glory." ━━━━ ◦ ❖ ◦ ━━━━ « NAME » Lizette Beatrice du Vicieux « NICKNAMES » Liz « AGE » Thirty « BIRTHDATE » 16th of June, 279 AC « GENDER » Female «RACE » Ailor «CULTURE » Imperialized Ithanian « LINEAGE » Lexxon « SEXUALITY » Heterosexual « TOTAL POINTS TO SPEND » Thirty-five from age, and ten hobby points, ten talent points. +15 Light Bow [+15 Age Points Invested] +10 Statecraft Command [+5 Age Points Invested, +5 Racial Boost] +10 Hunting Art [+10 Hobby Points Invested] +10 Conning Rogue [+10 Talent Points Invested] +5 Bodycare [+5 Age Points Invested] +5 Husbandry [+5 Age Points Invested] +5 Theater Art [+5 Age Points Invested] « PHYSICAL STAT » 20 « CALCULATION » 5 Bodycare + 5 Theater / 2 = 5 + 15 Light Bow = 20 « BODY SHAPE » Toned « BODY FAT » Average « LANGUAGES » D'Ithanie [Mother's Language] Leutz-Vixe [Father's Language] Common Keen Insight [Racial Spell] Shrewd Diplomats [Racial Spell] Subtle Suggestion [Racial Spell] ┏━━━━━━━━┛❖ ┗━━━━━━━━┓ ┗━━━━━━━━┓ ❖ ┏━━━━━━━━┛ "I would rather trust a woman's instinct than a man's reason." ━━━━ ◦ ❖ ◦ ━━━━ « EYE COLOR » Stormy blue « HAIR COLOR » Blonde « HAIR STYLE » Ithanian influenced, typically an elaborate updo « SKIN TONE » Fair « CLOTHING » Gowns crafted with expensive fabrics with elegant designs « HEIGHT » 5’5 « ALIGNMENT » Lawful Neutral "Abide by the rules, except at the expense of order." « MBTI PERSONALITY TYPE » (ESTJ-T) "Embracing the values of honesty, dedication and dignity, people with the Executive personality type are valued for their clear advice and guidance, and they happily lead the way on difficult paths." « FAITH »Unionist [10/10] "I value my faith above all else. " ❖ CHILDHOOD ❖ Lizette Beatrice du Vicieux was born on the 16th of June, to an Ithanian mother and Imperialized Leutz-Vixe father in an exceptionally wealthy household in Vixhall. She grew up alongside two siblings, a younger sister and older brother. She was raised on her family's estate, resting on acres of land that hosted her family's vineyard. Lizette, along with her siblings, spent their childhood days on a strict schedule, attending classes on literature, theater, art, and music. Equally important were her studies in the art of hunting, and the use of a bow. Her father mentored her for years, training her to the best of her capabilities. Young Lizette insisted coming along on every hunting trip with her father and brother as soon as she was able, whilst her younger sister remained home and chose to focus her time on more scholarly endeavors. ❖ TEENAGE YEARS ❖ As Lizette grew older and spent year after year confined to the grounds of her estate, a restlessness began to brew in the girl. She no longer found herself satisfied by her day to day activities and studies, so she instead began to devote more of her time to hunting, spending hours each day sharpening her skills. For what, exactly, she wasn't sure, but until then it proved to be an effective way of keeping herself entertained. It wasn't until she was nearly eighteen that her mother began allowing her to participate in the extravagant masquerades and balls her family had been invited to. Lizette certainly found herself overwhelmed by the expectations of others at first, but the young huntress quickly adapted and had no trouble at all in time. She learned to carry herself with dignity and poise, and of course, utmost confidence. ❖ YOUNG ADULTHOOD ❖ It wasn't until one fateful afternoon that Lizette was introduced to someone who would transform her life forever. Following the destruction caused by the Duke Lampero, Lizette and her family were spending the evening at their church to aid in the ongoing relief effort. She came across a nobleman by the name of Julius Peirgarten, who happened to catch her attention. After a brief conversation with him she discovered he was there for the same reason. He had travelled to Vixhall with his own church in order to provide economic relief. She managed to get his address, and spent the following months writing to him. The pair would send letters back and worth weekly, and the Peirgarten would even visit her estate occasionally, which always left the young Ithanian overjoyed. ❖ PRESENT DAY ❖ Months passed, but it wasn't long before the pair had married. Following a beautiful ceremony at a church in Vixhall, Livette decided it was time to leave her estate and beloved family in order to settle down elsewhere. After saying her goodbyes she boarded a ship with her husband and voyaged to Regalia, where she'd begin her new life.