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Sieana Tra'thor

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a character in “The Multiverse”, as played by Saken

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Full name: Sieana Liear Tra'thor


Nickname:Sie
Reason for nickname: Easier to say/pronounce.
Race: Drow.
Occupation/class: Rouge/ Thief.
Social class: Outcast among her kind.
Theme Song:There For Tomorrow - The Remedy

.:|Physical Appearance|:.

Age: 80
How old they appear: Mid-Twenties
Eye Color:Crimson
Hair color length and style: White, Medium Length, braided.
Weight and height: 120 pounds, 5’7
Build: Slight, Willowy.
Skin tone: Purple, can be confused for black.
Shape of face: Triangular.
Distinguishing marks: Her form is littered with small scars. Along with this, she has a branding of a Cross on her right arm, given to her by a Paladin.
Predominant feature: Eyes.

-The woman appears almost sickly with her height and her slight weight, but it works best for her. She keeps her hair pulled back and braided close to her scalp, so that the heavy braid rests against her back and ends about two inches above the small of her back. She has large eyes, set beneath slender brows. Her nose is sharp, and her lips are full, but generally compressed in a thin line.



.:|Personality|:.

Habits: Likes to keep her hood up, hiding her face and line of vision.
Greatest Strength: Ability to listen, and see.
Greatest Weakness: Off-putting demeanor, arrogance, and prejudice against those of other races.
Biggest Vulnerability: Inability to express her need of acceptance.
Priorities: Learning about the world she’s found herself in.



.:|Traits|:.
-Pessimistic.
Introverted.
Motivation: Love of learning, desire to know more about other races, despite her prejudice against them.
Talents: Lock picking, stealth, stealing.
Extremely unskilled at: Talking to people without coming off as pompous/arrogant.

.:l Equipment.l:.
The woman has a bow, made out of Hydra bone.
- This bow is enchanted by her necromancer friend, the Gnoll Fang Spirit. Three animals that she kills with her arrows from this bow, will turn into undead creatures for her to control, in a slight way.

- Her cloak, always wrapped tightly around her form, it is used to hide her figure and skin color, so that way she may attempt to disguise her race and not have to deal with racism.

So begins...

Sieana Tra'thor's Story

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~ The market was all a hustle and a bustling, people yelling as they attempted to claim the attention of men and women alike who had come to the square in order to feed their families, cloth themselves, or have items created and repaired. Most of the venders had small little huts, in order to keep the light rain from landing on what they were selling- though it did nothing to keep it off of them, but no one really seemed to mind the gray skies or the light drizzle of cold rain.~

One of the people who were in the midst of the crowd was Sie, her hood kept tight over her head and almond shaped eyes flickering about, her hidden ears twitching while she attempted not to grimace at the uncouth voices that rang inside of her skull. Long, purple, digits clenched her cloak tight around her willowy body as her nose scrunched upwards at the smell of the unwashed masses.

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She'd never seen a Gnoll before, and as such, stared in open mouth wonder- though her expression was hidden by the cloak. Those dark orbs seemed utterly fixated upon the other stranger, even as her mind quickly jumped to mocking it for it's odd look, it's 'too fine' clothing, and that it was not a creature like she was. The woman adjusted herself, back straightening while she stalked forward, leather boots making no noise upon the muddy, cobbled streets while she approached the meat vender, fingers diving into her coin purse to grasp a few coins, all the while staring at the other. Secretively.

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Gesturing with a digit, the woman pointed to a particularly juicy looking section of the animal that the being was cooking, holding up a few coins- asking how much it'd get her without talking to the other. It was obvious in the way the woman's shoulders were angled back from the other's, her hood lifted a little bit high, that she was sticking her pointed noise up at the other. She was better than the human- despite the fact that he appeared as if he could easily snap the slender drow into pieces.

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Although it, too, was hidden, the drow took a deep breath and let it out, a puff of white air where her mouth was all that signaled the sudden intake. The female leaned her torso forward, a hand raising to shove her cowl up and out of her face, dark crimson orbs narrowing while pointed ears where exposed, poking thorough white hair. "My money," she spoke, her voice soft with a thick underdark accent. "Is as good as your own."

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Sie had been unsure of what others thought of her, though from what he said she was not shocked. Of course, Sie had stolen her money- though not from any humans. Despite this, the girl's upper lip curled in disgust, her form growing tense as those orbs narrowed into slight slights of crimson. "My kind," she hissed out between her teeth, "Does not steal from lower life forms." It was a way to lie about how she had gotten her money- without denying it. She did not enjoying lying and, as such, did not do it as often as she could. None the less, once his hands went for the cleaver, the drown's digits were went to her back, a bow slung there.

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Unfortunatly, she was too arrogant to realize the sudden change in the crowd, though she felt the tension as it raised the small hairs on her neck. Lips were pressed together as she kept her gaze upon the other, not drawing her bow- yet. "Yes, Lower life forms," she managed to hiss out once more, ears quivering. Despite that, her body was still. She didn't flinch as the sky seemed to flicker with lightening, or at the large torrent of rain drops that had started to pour down where it was once just spitting rain.

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The moment the Gnoll touched her, she jerked backwards and drew her bow, and had it notched and ready to let loose an arrow at the other creatures head. Her eyes were narrowed, and she was unsure of who to focus on - the Gnoll, or the human! Taking in a deep breath- and in a show of faith- the drow put her weapon back and flung a few coins at the meat vender. "Touch me not," she hissed to the gnoll- not even aware of what he was enough to call him by his species name.

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That, was probably the cue for the woman to start forward, and so she did- right at the gnoll. She was aiming for the path he had helped to clear, and she figured using her obvious surprise (and possibly fear, she thought) to manipulate him to scare the crowd from both of them. Of curse, she might have to draw her bow again- and now that she noticed the crowd, she knew it was a bad idea.

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Still she followed the other, if only because he was making a good, fast, and easy way for the woman to move away fast. Of course, the woman's lips had actually twisted into a grin at the sight of the other- she did not know why she found it so funny, but the sight of his clawed hands flailing actually had sharp laughter fallin from her.

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Arching a brow at the wand, the Drow cut off her laughter, although a slight smile still quirked at the corner of her dark lips. Those crimson orbs settled upon the oddly talking thing as one of her own ears twitched. She didn't know if the milita were after them or not, and did not wish to take the chance of findin out the hard way. "Forward," she command the thing, with a wave of a hand.

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Luckily, Sie was not the type of Drow who would stab him in the back and take all that he had- though, many of her brethren would. She continued forward, seeming to still follow the other one with those silent footsteps. Her eyes searched the trees of the forest before it swallowed them up, half expecting a sort of ambush to be awaiting her.

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"Why did you touch me," she replied to the creature, her hands steady at her sides, that deep gaze on the other. She would not pull her bow on him now that he did not, in her mind, pose a threat. The drow, as most were, was a creature of solitude. To have one that she did not know touching her? It made her feel threatened. In danger.

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Her shoulders rose in a shrug, lips twisting into something that resembled a grin, but seemed to be more a baring of teeth. "You could have spoken to warn me, it was your choice to touch me, I didn't request for your touch, or allow for you to do as such. I did not know if you meant me harm or not." There was his answer, still spoken in that soft whisper. Her eyes still didn't move from staring at him, although one of her eyes did twitch. His rough voice must have grated on her sensitive nerves.

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Despite the fact that the Drow had yearned for this- this meeting of species - she found herself quickly becoming annoyed with the way that the Gnoll spoke and acted. With the "Any S'irit," Sei simply wanted to skewer the gnoll on one of her arrows. Scrunching her nose up, the drow sopped herself from raising a lavender hand to her back and taking out an arrow to twirl between her fingers.

Shifting her crimson gaze onto the other she arched a white brow along her forehead. "What do you mean?" She questioned, making sure that she spoke softly, a hard edge creeping into her voice despite the attempt to not loose her temper with the other. It was not like anything she had ever heard before in her life- of course, she'd spent most of her life in the underdark, trapped between cave walls, darkness pressing in.

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A sigh stole it's way from the drow;s lips as she nodded her head, pretending to play pretend with the creature. If it was a greeting, well, then in return Sei would have to introduce herself. Straightening her spine even more than it had been, a smile toyed on the woman's lips -one full of teeth and venon. "I am, Sieana." Her name sounded oddly musical, compared to the flat, hushed tone that she used- obviously it was not a Drow given name.

"I assume, you are, Sirit?"

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To the drow, it seemed that Hang was apart of his name, and so she'd file him away beneath that, on the off chance that they'd come a crossed each other after these few moments. Her nose twitched a moment, and she nearly returned the 'nice to meet you', but instead noticed the ear twitching, "What is is that you hear?" It was already obvious, from the short amount of time that the woman had spent in the presence of the other, that he had far better hearing than herself (although she'd not admit it).

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Quickly the woman drew and notched one of her arrows, she was not going to take any chances in this area. The red signs on their chest had her lip curled in repugnance. "Tsh! Don't get closer," she hissed to the other one, knowing that Church employees had no love for the creatures- it was like they were abominations- in their eyes, at least. Not that the woman would put herself in harms way if it was called for, for the gnoll. But she could stop him beforehand.

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She nodded her head once, her gaze landing onto the awkward looking creature. She nearly winced, but, instead the woman pressed herself back against a tryy and kept herself there, silent, hardly breathing and hardly moving. She seemed almost to meld into the background, despite not having obvious camouflage. She was hoping that it would not resort to violence, although the hawk-like gaze of the commander stated that if they were caught and it was his whim.. Well.

Planting a hand up to her lips, the woman dropped into a crouch and gently rested her bow and quiver besides the creature. With less weight the woman might be able to slip closer for a quick look, without being seen- possibly.

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It seemed as if the other little guy was going to get killed. Her nose scrunched upwards and she nearly sighed, instead stifling the noise by slowly placing a hand against her lips. It had been a bad idea to drop her bow and quiver by the other one, but now the only thing she had was her throwing knives and her daggers, neither of which she was as proficient with as her bow.

Glancing at the gnoll, she tilted her head as if to give him the go ahead. Since he had, technically, attempted to save her at the village the drow figured she might be able to return the favor, if it came to such a thing.

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Sie nearly snorted, trying hard not to attack, since she had the perfect opportunity- although, she had no doubt that his men would attack her at the chance of her harming their lovely leader. Taking a deep breath, and letting it out, the drow decided to break the first word of being a Rogue, "We'veevery right to buy stuff from them, our money is as good as your own." Her voice held the edge of a sneer and she stepped out of her 'hiding' place, eyes narrowed and hood once more tugged up and over her head, crimson gaze peering from the shadows that it cast of her head.

"I mean, unless you'd like us to pillage and steal."

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At the other's advancing the drow danced backwards, footsteps quick, light. She was no stranger to the ploy of being nice and then backstabbing- her kind were some of the best at it. "Do not step towards me, Human," she hissed out between her teeth, eyes narrowing whilst she moved her own hands towards her belt, where she had her daggers at her belt. Of course, the woman did not want to get into a situation where it'd be hand to hand, or dagger to sword, combat- she'd fail, or probably die or something of the sort.