Lady Glesni

Daughter of Lord Selivant, Lady of Stirling Castle

Description:
Personal data

Name:Lady Glensi Selivant

Age:18 Daughter Number:1

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Culture:

Religion:Pagan

Liege Lord:

Current Class:

Current Home:

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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Portait
Glory
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Distinctive feaatures

Combat Skills

Battle ()

Siege ()

Horsemanship ()

Dagger ()

Archery ()

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Lady Glesni is the eldest daughter of Lord Selivant, the Lord of Stirling Castle. Her mother died when she was very young, and Selivant gave Glensi to Lady Ade for tutoring. She learned the skills of a Southern Lady including the arts of courtesy and court intrigue. She learned how to read, write and count, so she could maintain her father’s lands. She also learned the names and banners of all her father’s neighbors and served as the Lady of the House in her mother’s absence.

Before she was even born, her father and Lord Pellandres made a solemn oath that their eldest would marry, forever binding the family together. Glensi was Selivant’s oldest and Pellandres’ eldest was his son, Gwinas. The two were betrothed when they were only six. She remembers her betrothed as a precocious young boy who called her “Frog.” She was not fond of him then, and she isn’t fond of marrying him now.

While she is 18 years old (and soon to be considered an “old maid”), Glensi has no interest in marriage. She loves running the house, managing the servants, keeping the peace with her father’s neighbors, but she does not want a husband. She feels a husband will take all those duties from her, subjugating her to the lowly role of “wife.” After being in charge of her father’s household for so long, she is unwilling to giving up those duties. She does not want to run someone else’s house and does not want to lose the authority she has as “Lady of Stirling Castle.”

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Lady Glesni

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