Lady Ade

Lady of Alkeep Castle, Wife of Lord Pellandres

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Personal data

Name:Lady Ade Pellandres

Age: Daughter Number:

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Religion:Pagan

Liege Lord:

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Personality traits

Gentlewoman’s Bonus:

Religious Bouns:

Chaste*0 / 0Lustful
Energetic*0 / 0Lazy
Forgiving0 / 0Vengeful
Generous0 / 0Selfish
Honest*0 / 0Deceitful
Just0 / 0Arbitrary
Merciful0 / 0Cruel
Modest*0 / 0Proud
Pious0 / 0Worldly
Prudent*0 / 0Reckless
Temperate*0 / 0Indulgent
Trusting*0 / 0Suspicious
Valorous0 / 0Cowardly

Directed Trait:+3 Suspicious Christians

Directed Trait:+3 Suspicious Southerns

Passions

Loyalty(Lord) ()

Love(Family) ()

Hospitality ()

Honor ()

Statistics
SIZ 0 (Knockdown)
DEX 0
STR 0
CON 0 (Major Wound)
APP 0
DMG 0 d6
HEAL 0
MOVE 0

Hit Points 0

Unconscious 0

Wounds

Chirurgery Needed!

Skills

Awareness (0)

Boating ()

Chirurgery (0)

Compose (0)

Courtesy (0)

Dancing (0)

Faerie Lore (0)

Falconry (0)

Fashion (0)

First Aid (0)

Flirting (0)

Folklore (0)

Gaming (0)

Heraldry (0)

Hunting (0)

Industry (0)

Intrigue (0)

Orate (0)

Play (0)

Read (0) Latin

Recognize (0)

Religion (0) Pagan

Romance ()

Singing (0)

Stewardship (0)

Swimming (0)

Tourney (0)

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Glory
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Battle ()

Siege ()

Horsemanship ()

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Lady Ade is the wife of Lord Pellandres, the Lord of Alkeep Castle. She is a woman with stunning Cymric features. Her most famous feature is her long, blonde hair that reaches almost to her knees. While she has aged due to her seven children, she is still one of the most beautiful women in Lothian (a rival even for Queen Morgane, herself).

Lady Ade is a woman of the South: sophisticated and educated, a true woman of culture. While she does hide her distaste for the North well, it slips from time to time. She misses the South and its cities and courts, but loves her husband dearly and keeps her displeasure to herself.

She is also a woman of deep conviction. While most ladies carry some reputation, hers is impeccable. Her devotion to her husband is known well throughout the land and although she is a legendary beauty, no knights even consider flirting with her. Half because of fear of her husband, and half because of her cruel, witty tongue.

Of all her children, Lady Ade’s favorite is her eldest son, Gwinas. She insisted he be sent away at a young age to the South for a proper education. Lord Pellandres agreed. He is scheduled to return shortly to meet his betrothed, Lady Glesni.

Lady Ade raised Lady Glesni after her mother died. Lady Glesni was only a girl when it happened, and Ade raised her as her own daughter. She taught Glesni the skills of being a Lady, including how to read, write and count so she could maintain her father’s land. Lady Ade was so fond of Glesni, she arranged for her to be engaged to her son, Gwinas.

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Lady Ade

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