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1 Aoife Reis on 12/02/17, 11:15 pm

Name: Aoife Reis
Country Affiliation: Magnostadt
Race: Magician
Tier: D
Class: Magician - Life
Age + Birthdate: 19 - June 3rd
Gender: Female
Sexuality: Heterosexual

Personality: Aoife is, in a word, an extremely lively individual. She has a zest for life and truly enjoys the life she's living. She often greets strangers (and friends) with a pleasant smile and cheery "hello!" whenever she sees them out. Growing up in a big family, she has always been surrounded by a loving and caring support system. As much as she is friendly, she is also generous. Her life is dotted with various fundraising efforts and attempts-to-do-goodwill for those that she considered less fortunate than herself, and while her help wasn't always welcome, her mere presence was a delight to all in this regard. Her ability to remain patient even under particularly trying circumstances, or even her ability to keep her cool in stressful situations have been traits others admire greatly, as well. People refer to her as a guardian, or savior, and to this Aoife only smiles and responds with her tried and true humility. New environments and people intrigue her, and she often searches for those new experiences and people to expand her already wide worldview. She is from a life of privilege, but has dedicated hers to making sure others are privileged as well. This is, in essence, the type of person Aoife is. Warm, friendly, and effervescent, she treats all who she comes into contact with utmost kindness.

Likes:

Charity - Aoife loves to give back! She has bought food for poor families she has met in the street, or poor travelers who need a little coin to stay the night at an inn. She always gives what she can, but she tends to get a little overzealous with her gift-giving capabilities.

Botany - Ever a lover of nature, Aoife is a skilled botanist. While learning under her tutor, she excelled in matters relating to botany, and even tended to her own garden in her spare time. She is a master of the plant world.

Dislikes:

Thieves - Being that Aoife dedicated her life to charity, she hates those who would take from others, especially when the victims have no way to recover from theft. Her moral code will never abide by stealing!

Meat - Unable to ever enjoy a nice piece of meat, Aoife has since become so turned off from it that she refuses to even look at prepared meats. Instead, she eats only fruits, vegetables, and nuts--food from the earth.

Aspirations: Having always been gifted with the art of magic, she has never known a life without being loved by the rukh. The first magician in her long line of noble women, she was immediately lauded as being "the jewel of their family" and many often sought to exploit her gift to pad their wallets or fill their coffers. Disillusioned with nobility, she took what money she had in her name and put it all towards schooling--she sequestered herself in her room to read books, and be tutored by the most renowned (she thought) professors and researchers and experts she could find. It was here that she considered, finally, a path that helped people. A path of altruism. So, believing she could only reach that goal by expanding her knowledge even more, she decided to make way for Magnostadt, where she would learn under the best and the brightest to become a venerable magician capable of saving the world! At least, saving the world with charity--not so much battle.

Phobias/fears: If there is one thing you could say Aoife fears, it is that she would harm, intentionally or not, the people she was trying to save. When she was a little girl, she was often called upon by various family members to perform tasks or speak with common folk to get their opinions on things so that her more fortunate family members could exploit the people. For one family member in particular, she had more sinister plans, using Aoife to trick the people into leaving their livelihood in the hands of her corrupt aunt. Unfortunately, Aoife was naive and was unaware of the damage she caused, leaving many villagers and peasants stripped of their money, their homes, some even their health, all for the profit of the rich. The people resented Aoife and called her traitor, blaming her for the life of indentured servitude they were tricked into. Ever since then, Aoife is terrified of betraying the trust people have in her, as she finds dishonesty completely objectionable.
Face-Claim: Beryl Benito - Tales of Hearts
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Gray
Height: 170cm (5'7")
Weight: 55kg (121lbs)
Appearance: Aoife is a woman of slender build, often wearing form-fitting outfits that accentuate her blessed physique. Her skin is a porcelain white and as such is quite sensitive to the sun. She wears a large, frumpy hat to protect herself from the sun, and also something she considers very fashionable (though she picked it up from the side of the road as if it were discarded garbage). Her blonde hair is put up in lazy, loose pigtails, with two deep red bows tying the ends of her hair into a poor attempt at a braid. On her legs she wears high pink stockings, with black boots on her feet. Over her red leotard, she wears a thick, comfortable shawl that drapes her body. Her body is covered by said red leotard, with a pretty, ostentatious bow on her collar, giving her the all-around appearance of a "magical girl."
Rukh Alignment: White
Special Features: N/A

History: The daughter of a shipping magnate and distinguished well-to-do woman from a powerful family, Aoife was born into a life of extreme privilege. Early on, she came into her gifts as a magician, being able to manipulate plants and other flora around her at a young age. Confused as to her ability in manipulating the earth around her, Aoife kept this ability hidden, afraid she was some abomination and that her parents would disown her. For most of her prepubescent years, she would fiddle with nature in secrecy, often waiting until after nightfall, or if she was alone in her personal garden, to test her abilities. She made vines that grew tomatoes, and grapes, and trees that grew to full maturity in a matter of seconds. Her garden was a verified hub for produce, and lacking the heart to destroy these beautiful visions of life, she pretended it was the work of miracles, and watched as the staff and her family found her garden to be so majestic overnight. Feigning ignorance as to how her garden became what it was, it was assumed that Aoife was still blessed and loved the rukh, if life were to grow around her like this, she must be extremely special. Unfortunately, her "gift" from the earth was not fit to be kept a secret, and so many came to her family's estate to see for themselves the true majesty of this garden. Aoife was fine living in obscurity, however, nobody suspected she was a talented nature witch and she reaped the benefits of being a pure girl, the jewel of her small, bustling town in the coastal outskirts of Reim. Yet, then the destitute came, and if by cosmic force, Aoife stood face to face with a girl who was just like her, only less fortunate. This girl was strikingly beautiful, albeit dirty and unkempt, and intrigued Aoife. The girl and her family were shooed out of her family's estate, berated for stepping foot on their property. They were not "fit" to be around that sort of people, Aoife heard. It was heartbreaking for her to watch someone like her, someone who could be a friend, be banned from ever speaking to her because of her wealth. So, that night, Aoife snuck into the village, at the vulnerable age of six, and hurried past the guards, and the drunk townspeople, and the seedy folk, her heart beating fast and her hands clammy from the thrill and anxiety of being outside her home, and found herself at the very poorest part of town. The houses were dilapidated, the people were sickly, and hungry, and the land--barren. She could not believe her eyes at the sight of these people, how they were living in such poor conditions, and how much they suffer, while she sleeps in a warm bed and can create life from the very ground. She wept, or at least, shed few tears before walking to the center of this poor district. With uncharacteristic indignation, Aoife merely touched the tree rooted in the center of the slums, and prayed for them to receive blessings of food. In only an instant, the ground around the tree quaked, and around her sprouted vines, and plants, and trees that swelled the slums. Families rushed out of their run-down houses to view the commotion, only to see a little girl to be the cause of the overgrowth. Aoife stopped, surprised by her audience, only to have mothers, and fathers, and children rush to hug her and thank her for the gift they received that day. Despite feeling remorse for being born into privilege, her heart was content with helping the people that day.

The remainder of Aoife's formative years were not as eventful, but still bursting with charitable ventures. Her identity as a girl-who-miracles-were-worked-on was dispelled very soon after her stint in the slums, and after years of punishment and chastisement for putting herself in grave danger that night, her parents allowed her to give back to the community, proud of the noble and righteous girl they raised. Despite having private tutors and the one-off seminars with wandering magicians, she desired more. Despite living in her comfortable little hamlet, decorated with the fruits of her magical labor, it was time for her to leave her nest and go in search of other places she can make better. Reluctantly, her parents allowed her permission to fly the coop, but only if she accepted the heaps and heaps of gifts her parents wanted to send her while she went to the prestigious magical academy in Magonstadt. So, she agreed, and on one of her fathers' most beautiful ships, she did not take off--instead she took the standard cargo vessel that headed off that way, leaving all her gifts and trinkets her parents left her with unattended on its way to Magnostadt. Hopefully, some people less fortunate would find use for it.

Role-Play Sample:

"Calling all applicants! Calling all applicants!" The adjudicator boomed as Aoife scurried to the line. It seems Magnostadt streamlined their application process a little more than she had thought, or read about. Between the unwelcome elbows jabbing into her hip, and the awful stench of body odor coming from her sweaty friends in line, she was regretting her decision to leave her clean and not-as-populous hometown. Nevertheless, she persisted in line, almost sure she would be considered the next great student to have attended Magnostadt Academy. After an hour of uncomfortable waiting in line, Aoife was finally in the admissions hall. She looked around--everything was so beautiful! And pristine! It was like a whole new world in here. Aoife had never been to the capitol in Reim, but she imagines it would not look nearly as beautiful as the academy. Lost in awe, she walked around, purely taken in by the majesty of it all.

"NAME? PLEASE? I. NEED. YOUR. NAME." The adjudicator yelled. Aoife shrieked and jumped from the sheer volume of his voice.

"S-sorry! I am so sorry! I've just never been to a place like this before--bright lights, ceilings as high as mountains...I'm just a country girl y'know!" She explained, her expression fading the more she saw the adjudicator's face turn from annoyed to absolute disinterest, "Um, anyways, you want to see magic right? Well have I got magic for YOU!"

Unfortunately, Aoife's idea of "magic for YOU!" was a bit too bombastic for the man, and he took a hit, a mean hit, right in the rear from a rogue vine Aoife conjured up from the ground.

"MMMMMOTHERFU--" The adjudicator yelled, clutching his backside with her hands as he prayed there was no blood, "YUP. YOU PASS. GO ON THROUGH." Aoife felt sorry, but, she decided he would be fine and rushed to make it through past the gates into the academy! Aoife wondered if the man was actually in extreme pain or if he always yelled quite as loud as that. Regardless, she was here, and her life was set in motion. Of course, she'll have to pass her classes first.

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[b]Name:[/b] Aoife Reis
[b]Country Affiliation:[/b] Magnostadt
[b]Race:[/b] Magician
[b]Tier:[/b] D
[b]Class:[/b] Magician - Life
[b]Age + Birthdate:[/b] 19 - June 3rd
[b]Gender:[/b] Female
[b]Sexuality:[/b] Heterosexual

[b]Personality:[/b] Aoife is, in a word, an extremely lively individual. She has a zest for life and truly enjoys the life she's living. She often greets strangers (and friends) with a pleasant smile and cheery "hello!" whenever she sees them out. Growing up in a big family, she has always been surrounded by a loving and caring support system. As much as she is friendly, she is also generous. Her life is dotted with various fundraising efforts and attempts-to-do-goodwill for those that she considered less fortunate than herself, and while her help wasn't always welcome, her mere presence was a delight to all in this regard. Her ability to remain patient even under particularly trying circumstances, or even her ability to keep her cool in stressful situations have been traits others admire greatly, as well. People refer to her as a guardian, or savior, and to this Aoife only smiles and responds with her tried and true humility. New environments and people intrigue her, and she often searches for those new experiences and people to expand her already wide worldview. She is from a life of privilege, but has dedicated hers to making sure others are privileged as well. This is, in essence, the type of person Aoife is. Warm, friendly, and effervescent, she treats all who she comes into contact with utmost kindness.

[b]Likes:[/b]

[i]Charity[/i] - Aoife loves to give back! She has bought food for poor families she has met in the street, or poor travelers who need a little coin to stay the night at an inn. She always gives what she can, but she tends to get a little overzealous with her gift-giving capabilities.

[i]Botany[/i] - Ever a lover of nature, Aoife is a skilled botanist. While learning under her tutor, she excelled in matters relating to botany, and even tended to her own garden in her spare time. She is a master of the plant world.

[b]Dislikes:[/b]

[i]Thieves[/i] - Being that Aoife dedicated her life to charity, she hates those who would take from others, especially when the victims have no way to recover from theft. Her moral code will never abide by stealing!

[i]Meat[/i] - Unable to ever enjoy a nice piece of meat, Aoife has since become so turned off from it that she refuses to even look at prepared meats. Instead, she eats only fruits, vegetables, and nuts--food from the earth.

[b]Aspirations:[/b] Having always been gifted with the art of magic, she has never known a life without being loved by the rukh. The first magician in her long line of noble women, she was immediately lauded as being "the jewel of their family" and many often sought to exploit her gift to pad their wallets or fill their coffers. Disillusioned with nobility, she took what money she had in her name and put it all towards schooling--she sequestered herself in her room to read books, and be tutored by the most renowned (she thought) professors and researchers and experts she could find. It was here that she considered, finally, a path that helped people. A path of altruism. So, believing she could only reach that goal by expanding her knowledge even more, she decided to make way for Magnostadt, where she would learn under the best and the brightest to become a venerable magician capable of saving the world! At least, saving the world with charity--not so much battle.

[b]Phobias/fears:[/b] If there is one thing you could say Aoife fears, it is that she would harm, intentionally or not, the people she was trying to save. When she was a little girl, she was often called upon by various family members to perform tasks or speak with common folk to get their opinions on things so that her more fortunate family members could exploit the people. For one family member in particular, she had more sinister plans, using Aoife to trick the people into leaving their livelihood in the hands of her corrupt aunt. Unfortunately, Aoife was naive and was unaware of the damage she caused, leaving many villagers and peasants stripped of their money, their homes, some even their health, all for the profit of the rich. The people resented Aoife and called her traitor, blaming her for the life of indentured servitude they were tricked into. Ever since then, Aoife is terrified of betraying the trust people have in her, as she finds dishonesty completely objectionable.
[b]Face-Claim:[/b] Beryl Benito - Tales of Hearts
[b]Hair Color:[/b] Blonde
[b]Eye Color:[/b] Gray
[b]Height:[/b] 170cm (5'7")
[b]Weight:[/b] 55kg (121lbs)
[b]Appearance:[/b] Aoife is a woman of slender build, often wearing form-fitting outfits that accentuate her blessed physique. Her skin is a porcelain white and as such is quite sensitive to the sun. She wears a large, frumpy hat to protect herself from the sun, and also something she considers very fashionable (though she picked it up from the side of the road as if it were discarded garbage). Her blonde hair is put up in lazy, loose pigtails, with two deep red bows tying the ends of her hair into a poor attempt at a braid. On her legs she wears high pink stockings, with black boots on her feet. Over her red leotard, she wears a thick, comfortable shawl that drapes her body. Her body is covered by said red leotard, with a pretty, ostentatious bow on her collar, giving her the all-around appearance of a "magical girl."
[b]Rukh Alignment:[/b] White
[b]Special Features:[/b] N/A

[b]History:[/b] The daughter of a shipping magnate and distinguished well-to-do woman from a powerful family, Aoife was born into a life of extreme privilege. Early on, she came into her gifts as a magician, being able to manipulate plants and other flora around her at a young age. Confused as to her ability in manipulating the earth around her, Aoife kept this ability hidden, afraid she was some abomination and that her parents would disown her. For most of her prepubescent years, she would fiddle with nature in secrecy, often waiting until after nightfall, or if she was alone in her personal garden, to test her abilities. She made vines that grew tomatoes, and grapes, and trees that grew to full maturity in a matter of seconds. Her garden was a verified hub for produce, and lacking the heart to destroy these beautiful visions of life, she pretended it was the work of miracles, and watched as the staff and her family found her garden to be so majestic overnight. Feigning ignorance as to how her garden became what it was, it was assumed that Aoife was [i]still[/i] blessed and loved the rukh, if life were to grow around her like this, she must be extremely special. Unfortunately, her "gift" from the earth was not fit to be kept a secret, and so many came to her family's estate to see for themselves the true majesty of this garden. Aoife was fine living in obscurity, however, nobody suspected she was a talented nature witch and she reaped the benefits of being a pure girl, the jewel of her small, bustling town in the coastal outskirts of Reim. Yet, then the destitute came, and if by cosmic force, Aoife stood face to face with a girl who was just like her, only less fortunate. This girl was strikingly beautiful, albeit dirty and unkempt, and intrigued Aoife. The girl and her family were shooed out of her family's estate, berated for stepping foot on their property. They were not "fit" to be around that sort of people, Aoife heard. It was heartbreaking for her to watch someone like her, someone who could be a friend, be banned from ever speaking to her because of her wealth. So, that night, Aoife snuck into the village, at the vulnerable age of six, and hurried past the guards, and the drunk townspeople, and the seedy folk, her heart beating fast and her hands clammy from the thrill and anxiety of being outside her home, and found herself at the very poorest part of town. The houses were dilapidated, the people were sickly, and hungry, and the land--barren. She could not believe her eyes at the sight of these people, how they were living in such poor conditions, and how much they suffer, while she sleeps in a warm bed and can create life from the very ground. She wept, or at least, shed few tears before walking to the center of this poor district. With uncharacteristic indignation, Aoife merely touched the tree rooted in the center of the slums, and prayed for them to receive blessings of food. In only an instant, the ground around the tree quaked, and around her sprouted vines, and plants, and trees that swelled the slums. Families rushed out of their run-down houses to view the commotion, only to see a little girl to be the cause of the overgrowth. Aoife stopped, surprised by her audience, only to have mothers, and fathers, and children rush to hug her and thank her for the gift they received that day. Despite feeling remorse for being born into privilege, her heart was content with helping the people that day.

The remainder of Aoife's formative years were not as eventful, but still bursting with charitable ventures. Her identity as a girl-who-miracles-were-worked-on was dispelled very soon after her stint in the slums, and after years of punishment and chastisement for putting herself in grave danger that night, her parents allowed her to give back to the community, proud of the noble and righteous girl they raised. Despite having private tutors and the one-off seminars with wandering magicians, she desired more. Despite living in her comfortable little hamlet, decorated with the fruits of her magical labor, it was time for her to leave her nest and go in search of other places she can make better. Reluctantly, her parents allowed her permission to fly the coop, but only if she accepted the heaps and heaps of gifts her parents wanted to send her while she went to the prestigious magical academy in Magonstadt. So, she agreed, and on one of her fathers' most beautiful ships, she did not take off--instead she took the standard cargo vessel that headed off that way, leaving all her gifts and trinkets her parents left her with unattended on its way to Magnostadt. Hopefully, some people less fortunate would find use for it.

[b]Role-Play Sample:[/b]

"Calling all applicants! Calling all applicants!" The adjudicator boomed as Aoife scurried to the line. It seems Magnostadt streamlined their application process a little more than she had thought, or read about. Between the unwelcome elbows jabbing into her hip, and the awful stench of body odor coming from her sweaty friends in line, she was regretting her decision to leave her clean and not-as-populous hometown. Nevertheless, she persisted in line, almost sure she would be considered the next great student to have attended Magnostadt Academy. After an hour of uncomfortable waiting in line, Aoife was finally in the admissions hall. She looked around--everything was so beautiful! And pristine! It was like a whole new world in here. Aoife had never been to the capitol in Reim, but she imagines it would not look nearly as beautiful as the academy. Lost in awe, she walked around, purely taken in by the majesty of it all.

"NAME? PLEASE? I. NEED. YOUR. NAME." The adjudicator yelled. Aoife shrieked and jumped from the sheer volume of his voice.

"S-sorry! I am so sorry! I've just never been to a place like this before--bright lights, ceilings as high as mountains...I'm just a country girl y'know!" She explained, her expression fading the more she saw the adjudicator's face turn from annoyed to absolute disinterest, "Um, anyways, you want to see magic right? Well have I got magic for YOU!"

Unfortunately, Aoife's idea of "magic for YOU!" was a bit too bombastic for the man, and he took a hit, a mean hit, right in the rear from a rogue vine Aoife conjured up from the ground.

"MMMMMOTHERFU--" The adjudicator yelled, clutching his backside with her hands as he prayed there was no blood, "YUP. YOU PASS. GO ON THROUGH." Aoife felt sorry, but, she decided he would be fine and rushed to make it through past the gates into the academy! Aoife wondered if the man was actually in extreme pain or if he always yelled quite as loud as that. Regardless, she was here, and her life was set in motion. Of course, she'll have to pass her classes first.


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