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Lady Azova Darkwater

A positive attitude can be as healing as medicine, although I wouldn't recommend a treatment that left either out.

Social Rank: 6
Concept: Selfless Mercy
Fealty: Thrax
Family: Darkwater
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Unwed
Age: 21
Birthday: 11/10
Religion: Pantheon
Vocation: Mercy
Height: 5'6"
Hair Color: Auburn
Eye Color: Cerulean
Skintone: Fair

Titles: Mercy of Lagoma

Description: There is a subtly elfin quality to Azova's features: high, thinly angled bones, with a delicate point to her chin and her nose a pert snub. Her hair is fine, too, a silky fall of amber, gossamer and straight. Her eyes are large and bright, a clear blue whose brilliance suggests sea and sky in the frame of thick, pale eyelashes. Her mouth is thin and pink, and the apples of her cheeks flush with some frequency due to the treachery of her fair, fair skin. Prone to alert, gazelle-like stillness, Azova can often be seen looking up and away, listening, before plunging into a dynamic flurry of activity, leading with swift certainty in her slim, long-fingered hands.

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Relationship Summary


Friend:
  • Kalivan - You'll do very well with us.

  • Family:
  • Baltus - You have a face I can't help but forgive. Even if you make me do it quite often.
  • Carita - Proud to have her in the family.
  • Name Summary
    Ajax A proper mercy seeming lady, works for darkwater makes her mostly alright with me.
    Bhandn A reminder of what lies beneath a Mercy of Lagoma. I did say she would have to put in considerable effort to fluster me.
    Evaristo A woman of action, clearly. I like her.
    Evonleigh A gentle hand while cleaning a wound but with a sharp wit.
    Jasher Someone once told me that sometime the Gods nudge, and sometimes they shove. I wonder which is it, that I would meet her again beside the light of Lagoma's flame.
    Kalivan A rarefied combination of zeal and compassion. Thrax, Darkwater and the Mercies are blessed indeed.
    Mikani A woman who loves books and writing them. I should get to know her better and ply her with drinks for more books.
    Niklas The medic of Darkwater Watch, it seems. No nonsense, but in the best way. I think she's the Countess's ... ex-sister-in-law? I think? That family is confusing.
    Reese Thoughtful, seems very kind, notices other, is well spoken and is a healer. She seems very much like someone worth knowing. I am glad to have met her.
    Sabella A wonderful medic who jumped to action when I cut myself shucking oysters! She has a lovely oyster-side manner so I imagine she's just wonderful in her bedside manner as well.
    Sebastian She strikes me as quiet, thoughtful -- yet passionate about her craft, which is that of healing people, a skill I can't help but admire given how often I've needed said skills myself.
    Tabitha A lovely lady I met at a garden party. She was a pleasant and interesting conversationalist, and clearly very dedicated to her vocation as a healer! I find that really admirable.
    Wash A noble young woman and a Mercy, but I suspect the former just slightly more than the latter.