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Mara "Red Water" Vana

"I care not what I have done."

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a character in “Pirates: By Blood or By Gold”, as played by Felilla

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Name:
Maralyn Helvana

Age:
22

Build:
Slim

Personality:
Mara is quiet and somewhat shy around people she is unacquainted with. As she opens up, she is shown to be arrogant and easily amused, not taking most situations very seriously. However, she is also shown to be calculating and observant. She's not one to back down from a fight, but realizes when to give up. When provoked or when her short temper snaps, Mara is brash and impulsive. She can also be cold and unforgiving if need be. Overall, Mara is a good leader that rarely puts her crew in danger.

My Home:
The Magician's Crown: the most beautiful and fearsome ship to sail the oceans

Who I am:
~The Exiled Princess of the Silver Coven
~Captain Mara "Red Water" Vana of the Magician's Crown
~A Witch

History:
Mara was born as into the Silver Coven, the largest witch coven in the world, as a Princess and next in line for the throne. However, something about Mara had always seemed off. Unlike the other witches, she was more interested in seeing the world than remaining behind the walls of the coven. She began to sneak out of the walls, where she met a boy named Alvin. It wasn't long until the two became best-friends, eventually falling in love. Her father discovered her with Alvin and gave her a choice: leave Alvin or leave the Silver Coven forever. Mara chose Alvin over her family, she was exiled as a result. Only a few years later, Alvin left her for some whore.
Mara couldn't return to the only other home she had ever known, s she spent many months wandering, stealing when she needed and doing small magic tricks for spare change. It was then that was discovered by a man known as the "Midnight Captain", Captain of the Magician's Crown. He took her upon his ship so she could use her magic to help him pillage. She fell in love with being a pirate, but hated the captain. It only too her a year to become the First Mate of the ship and earn the crew's loyalty. Their hatred towards the Captain was deeper than hers and when she suggested mutiny, they readily agreed. Mara killed the Midnight Captain in his sleep, taking over the ship. When they threw his body overboard, the water became red and her new crew deemed her Red Water.
Three years later, Mara has become a feared pirate. She recently came to Nassau, hoping to find her sister rumored to be there.

Skills:
~Magic~Swordsmanship~Bow and Arrow~Sharpshooter~

So begins...

Mara "Red Water" Vana's Story

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The woman nocked another arrow and let it fly. It thumped into the man's chest, but she didn't survey her work as she spun, meeting another enemy's sword with the strong wood of her bow. She lifted up her leg, kicking him in the chest in his surprise. With a spun, she slammed the bow into another man's head. They just kept coming. A man snuck up behind her, knocking her bow out of her hands. He gave her a toothy smile, well it would've been toothy if he had any teeth. She rolled her eyes in disgusted, drawing her sword and impaling him in one swift motion. Her eyes caught movement and she spun on him with her sword. He held up his hand in surrender and she lowered it when she realized it was only her first mate Kane. She sighed, slashing behind her. The only indication that she had hit someone was a cry of pain from the victim. "Bloody hell, Kane. I could've killed you."

He smiled at the Captain of the Magician's Crown, "Well, you didn't. I would call that an accomplishment in and of itself."

Mara Vana laughed softly, as she twirled around and cut down another man. He fell over the side of the ship, making a splash in the sea. "Red Water Vana changes the tides once again," Kane sang, making Mara roll her eyes. The rest of the crew joined in as they approached the last man standing. The captain of the ship that dared to attack the Magician's Crown. "The water bleeds red. The water bleeds red. Red Water Vana turns the tides again."

"Turns the tides again," Mara sang the last line as she picked up her bow. As much as I love the red of the water, I don't much like it on my ship, sir."

"You're not human," the man said in a shaky voice as he leaned against the railing. "No human could defeat my crew."

Mara smiled as she bowed falsely to the man while the crew continued to sing, "I fear your voyage has come to an end, dear sir. I hope you enjoyed your time aboard my magnificent ship."

She nocked an arrow before the man could say anything, letting it fly. It struck the man in his heart and he fell back. The splash was the only thing to indicate that he had hit the water. Mara smiled as a crew member ran up, handing her a glass of wine so red it looked like blood. According to the rumors about her, it was. "And she turns the tides again," she sang softly.

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Mara stepped onto the dock, her eyes swerving around as she took in the details of Nassau. She turned around to face her crew, "Daytime boys stay on the boat; nighttime boys enjoy yourselves until the sun sets."

Mara had found long ago that this was a simple method of keeping the ship in order. Each man knew what they were and if they missed their shift, they knew they'd be left on the island. Simple enough. "You're with me," Mara nodded to Kane as everyone either went their separate ways or climbed back on the ship.

The two of them weaved their way through the crowds with ease. Mara had an appointment to keep with a Lady Elizabeth Benzia Harlington. She was actually quite fond of the older woman, her extravagance was something Mara looked forward to when she visited the island. However, after her dealings with the Lady, she had to buy supplies and more arrows. She sighed, wondering if she would have any time to herself before the Magician's Crown left port.

She reached the place she was to meet Lady Elizabeth and sat down, Kane settling in next to her. The bartender wandered up to them, "Miss Vana. Long time no see."

"Ah, Abraham. I'll take a glass of red wine."

"As usual," the older man chuckled before looking at Kane.

Kane waved his hand, "Some beer will do fine."

Abraham nodded before walking away and returning with the drinks. Mara dropped the coins into his outstretched hand. Now, all that was left was to wait.

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"Alexandrine."

"Theodosos," he replied, raising his half-empty pint in a salute. He heard the door open and his spine tingled. The female who entered with whom he assumed to be her bodyguard or subordinate felt powerful. He raised an eyebrow. It wasn't everyday that someone set off his senses like this.

"What powerful person has dz'eir hand up your ass?"

Theo couldn't help but laugh at her comment. He regarded her semi-seriously with a playful smile on his face, "Hmm... Well, those would be three powerful persons. Gods, actually. Bellona, goddess of war, Mardu, god of magic and wisdom, and Lila, goddess of love. It was Lila that orchestrated the whole thing. I caught her eye, I turned her down, she cast a spell on Bellona, I was raped, blamed for it by Mardu and I am cursed now. "May your blade fail when you need it the most, may your wisdom fail you, may those around you suffer." That sort of thing. So, I left home. Gods of Drake are not as powerful so far from Drake. Except Lila. Love is universal. She has decided to make me her own personal plaything."

As he finished speaking, he almost jumped out of his seat. It was one thing to feel the prescence of another magic user. This felt much stronger. His eyes fell on a pleasant-looking man who greeted Alexandrine. Yet again, he raised an eyebrow.

"Friend of yours?"

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Tahlia woke, stretched and swung her small build out of bed. She downed the drink next to her bed and ate her way through the meagre meal that she'd bought last night and taken up to her apartment with her. Living above the Crying Angel had it's perks, despite the late nights due to noisy, rowdy pirates. Pulling on her pants and long sleeve shirt she inspected her image in the mirror. She was covered in skin tight black, save for her hands and feet, her flaming red hair standing out against the darkness of the clothing and the smooth tan of her skin. Perching on the edge of the bed she pulled on her lace up boots and tied them tightly. Throwing on her knee-length tan jacket that helped her to blend into the crowd, and pulling the hood over her bright hair, she descended into the main room of the inn.
She settled into her usual chair in the furthest corner of the room from the door, with her head down to cover her face and hide her hair as much as possible. She had a reputation in Nassau, as did her mother, and in order to catch the gossip off the ocean she needed people not to be afraid to speak around her. The bartender approached and Tahlia grinned at him, her shining smile disarming him. Abraham was an old friend of her mothers, and he'd known Tahlia since she was a little child, but she still managed to disarm him and it always made her feel better to exercise her abilities.

"Abraham..." She flipped a coin up to him and winked "The usual, good sir?"
She didn't entirely know what was in "the usual" but it was dark red and usually smoking, and it warmed her insides when she drank it.

"Of course young Miss Commeranda" Abraham replied, stuttering a little over her last name.

"Abe... how many times? Please call me Tahlia." She smiled again.

"Yes Miss." He replied before turning to leave.

Tahlia settled into her chair and closed her eyes, expanding her senses and listening in to the various conversations going on around her. She heard the clink of glass as Abraham set her drink down, she heard the boys at the bar bragging about the previous nights 'conquests', she heard the door open... the door opened! Tahlia snapped opened her eyes and saw a woman with long dark hair enter and sit at a table. She had a man with her which judging from his stance was either a brother or an old friend, but Tahlia wasn't interested in him. This woman had attracted her attention something fierce.

Abraham walked up to them and spoke in a friendly manner "Miss Vana. Long time no see."

"Ah, Abraham. I'll take a glass of red wine." The woman spoke, her voice light and fairly relaxed for being in a pub full of pirates... Tahlia concluded she was a captain, there was no way a whelp would be this relaxed. Therefore... the man was a first mate? or a trusted crew member? Tahlia's brain was ticking over quickly, watching the exchange of words with interest.

"As usual," Abraham chuckled before looking at the gentleman.

Waving his hand, he replied smoothly "Some beer will do fine."

Abraham nodded before walking away and returning soon enough with the drinks. The woman dropped the coins into Abe's outstretched hand. "Miss Vana" had intrigued Tahlia, and that was no easy feat. Today may actually be an interesting day. Tahlia smiled to herself and sipped her drink, feeling the gentle burn travel down her throat.

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Character Portrait: Kalila-si-Ishka Misantri Character Portrait: Nassara Character Portrait: Lady Elizabeth Benezia Harlington Character Portrait: Mara "Red Water" Vana Character Portrait: Jarrak Hassar Character Portrait: Damien Character Portrait: Sebastian Character Portrait: Marcus Bolo
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Lady Harlington continued down the street away from the odd pair of children and the irksome twin Sebastian. She wasn't worried about losing the odd two, they would turn up again she was sure, and nothing happened on Nassau without her hearing about it.
"Nassara dear, do we have the Correct documents for Miss Vara?" Elizabeth said, knowing full well they did, but carriage rides with a mute could be ever so dull.
Nassara nodded silently, her delicate hands producing a small leather binder from the folds of her robes and passing them to Lady Harlington. Elizabeth opened the binder and examined the contents inside, a few sheets of paper and a small quill.
"I trust you remembered the ink-" Elizabeth began before Nassara again procured a small tincture from the depths of her robe.
"Oh you such a good girl my dear," Elizabeth said, taking the tincture off Nassara and placing it in her purse, "What would I do without you?"
"We are almost at the Inn Ma'am." Marcus said through a small grate near where he sat at the head of the carriage.
"Thank you Marcus, wait with the carriage I am sure Nassara can escort me inside." She said, raising a small mirror and inspecting herself in it, despite the fact she wore no make up.
"As you wish Lady Harlington." He replied as the carriage came to a gentle stop.
Nassara opened the door and Lady Harlington stepped out on to the street, where she was given a wide birth. She wasn't exactly hard to miss, and she wasn't exactly to be trifled with. Before her stood the proud establishment of the Crying Angel, a place often used a a meeting point for when she was loath to receive guests at her estate. She walked inside and the building and the murmur of conversation all but died at her entrance. She loved that.
She spied Miss Redwater sitting at a table near the back and cried out to her, loudly, and with great amounts of melodrama.
"MARA! Oh Mara darling! How have you been?! You have been gone far too long truly!" She exclaimed as she hurried over in a most ladylike fashion to Maras table. "Barman," she said as she passed the bar, "A round of Drinks for Miss Vara at once!"
"Y-yes ma'am!" the man stammered as he hurried to ready the drinks. Elizabeth would not stay long, and would remember if the drinks were not there by the time she left.
Elizabeth sat down at the table, Nassara standing beside her to the left, "So my dear," Elizabeth said with glee, "What lovely little wonders have you brought me this time?"

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Jarrak followed Kalila onto the ship and wandered down below to where the other twin was waiting. He didn't like leaving her alone but he was to follow her orders, so when she nodded for him to leave her alone and follow Sebastian. He was less than pleased to begin with.
"He's not going to hurt her, he just needs to talk to her in private. I dislike you greatly. Did you know that?" Sebastian said as he indicated for them both to go above and wait for the pair to be done, gods did the boy ever stop talking.
"The feeling is mutual. And I trust you two about as much as wolf trusts a trap." Jarrak said walking away and towards the stairs that lead to the upper deck, "Now as soon as Kalila can complete her business with your fellow spawn and then we can be on our way and off this vile rock."
It seemed like an eternity till Kalila appeared with the other twin, and Jarrak was glad for it, glad to see her well, but wasn't half annoyed at her for landing them here in the first place. She sat at his feet and proceeded to lay down, he sighed and wondered what he should do. Finding an inn or something was the most sensible course of action, but Kalila wouldn't be able to walk and Jarrak wasn't really keen to carry an unconscious girl through a city of thieves. He was loath to ask the twin for anything, he didn't want to give them the satisfaction, He had no idea how he could get Kalila to Lady Harlingtons estate on foot, and was unsure the twins would guide them.
"Hey, go get some rest. Take our cabin," Damien offered suddenly, pulling Jarrak from his thoughts.
"Wait, I want my bed," Sebastian interjected, before actually looking at how dark his brothers expression was, "What happened?"
"Later," Damien whispered shaking his head, before grabbing a coat and walking for the gangplank, "Take our cabin. I'm heading into town to look for something to polish my knives."
Sebastian shook his head after his brother, "Really, you need the cabin after encountering Harlington. A word of advice, a lot of people who cross her die, so avoid her if you can. It'll keep your neck from being slit," Sebastian said and offered a hand to Kalila, "And thanks for helping my brother."
Jarrek moved into Sebastian way, "Dont touch her. Don't ever touch her, unless she says you can." He he growled before he turned and picked up the now prone and unresponsive Kalila, "I will carry her, and I appreciate your brothers hospitality." He turned and glared at Sebastian, "And so far I have found nothing to make me doubt Lady Harlington and much to make me doubt you, so do not presume to tell me who to trust. Pirate." He finished emphasising the finishing title. He wasn't scared of Sebastian, or his brother or their crew. He held a Goddess in his arms, he worried not for their safety.

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Mara smiled warmly at Lady Harlington as she approached, dramatically announcing herself as usual. "So my dear,what lovely little wonders have you brought me this time?"

Mara nodded to Kane, who withdrew several pictures of the things the Magician's Crown had pillaged. She had the actual articles with her, as usual, but she wouldn't bring them out unless the Lady wanted to investigate them. "As you can see," Mara nodded to the drawings that Kane had made himself. He was a wonderful artist and always detailed his sketches to the fullest. "We have 'found' several gold chalices, quite a few jewels, including this gem."

She pointed to a gem that looked like it was made of emerald, but it was pure black. "At first, I thought it was dirty, but no matter how much I tried to wipe the black off, it remained in place. I can only assume that is the color of the actual gemstone," she didn't bother to tell the woman about it's partner, which she intended to keep for herself. She pointed to another one of the sketches, leaning towards the woman so no one would hear, We also found two dragon eggs of the coast of an uninhabited island to the west of here, along with what appears to be dragon pelts."

Mara continued to show her pictures of the objects she and her crew had collected; things made of gold encrusted with jewels and wines and sugars that can only be found in a few places. She even showed the woman a skull, which was much larger than something she could carry in her bag. It was as if the skull was made of emerald. Despite being larger than an actual skull, it was made like one.

When she finished, she leaned back as another glass of wine was set on her table. She took a small sip of the blood red wine, the pictures spread out along the entirety of the table, "Do you see anything that catches your interest, Lady Harlington?"

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"Yeah I can see something. Where did you get the dragon produce?" a new feminine voice said.

Normally, Mara would simply ignore the person. If she could find the island, so could anyone else (with a bit of luck), but she could feel a magical essence practically radiating off of this woman. She was obviously a Witch. Mara did not look away from Lady Harlington, "I do not believe my question was addressed to you, miss. If you must know, an island, unmarked, uncharted. You have to be fairly lucky to find it."

Now that she thought about it, there were several magical presences nearby, including one very familiar one. Mara felt her heart stop, but her face displayed no more emotion than it did the moment before. She smiled at Lady Harlington, "Hopefully we can negotiate without interruption?"

Still her thoughts remained trained on the woman and she made a gesture to Kane, who nodded. He took Mara's empty wineglass to refill it. Mara tapped her fingers against the table thoughtfully as she waited for Lady Harlington to come to a decision. Her eyes flickered over to a man discussing something with a woman; he was one of the presences. Kane set down a new glass of wine on Mara's table before walking over to the man and setting another mug of beer in front of him, "You's looking a crew, mate?"

Mara turned her attention away from Kane and the man and to Lady Harlington, "I apologize. Where were we?"

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Character Portrait: Alexandrine Corvin Character Portrait: Nassara Character Portrait: Lady Elizabeth Benezia Harlington Character Portrait: Mara "Red Water" Vana Character Portrait: Theodosos the Cursed Character Portrait: Marcus Bolo Character Portrait: Tahlia Commeranda
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"There seem to be a lot of authentic magic-users appearing in Nassau lately," Theo commented. Just now, he had sensed yet another magic-user, a red-haired woman who had interrupted the magic-user he sensed earlier and what looked like a noblewoman in a mask and now the same magic-user who had been interrupted now interrupted his conversation. He smiled slightly at the irony.

"My friend here just told me that real magic is rare in her experience," he chuckled. He gestured for Alexandrine to follow him as he took the offered mug of beer and sat beside his new companion. He bowed slightly to the noblewoman. He had heard of her and the last thing he needed was another powerful woman wanting him to suffer.

"Milady. Forgive my interruption," he told her before nodding at the woman who addressed him. Judging by her magical prescence and what he heard of the different pirate captains over the years, this had to be Captain Mara "Red Water" Vana.

"My old one passed away through fire, water, and a vengeful goddess' wrath."

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Tahlia bristled at Mara's complete disregard to her existence. "I do not believe my question was addressed to you, miss. If you must know, an island, unmarked, uncharted. You have to be fairly lucky to find it."

She watched Mara's first mate get up and move away to another table and discuss them briefly, before returning with two others which had the same intriguing feeling about them as Mara did. Tahlia was bored with this game. Standing she pushed her hood back, her flaming hair cascading over her face. Lady Elizabeth's eyes widened. Tahlia marched to the table through the now completely silent bar, grabbing a nearby chair on the way. She spun it on one leg before stopping it and sitting down with her arms and chin resting on the back of it.

"Forgive my intrusion but i've sat in this bar nearly every day since I was a child, and no one has entered that has captured my attention as much as you bunch. So intriguing..."

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Before Elizabeth had a chance to reply to Maras inquiry, they were interrupted by a soft effeminate voice, something Elizabeth would have found lovely had it not interrupted her business. "Yeah I can see something. Where did you get the dragon produce?"
Mara replied before Elizabeth, giving her a chance to study the strange woman who dared interrupt her business deal, "I do not believe my question was addressed to you, miss. If you must know, an island, unmarked, uncharted. You have to be fairly lucky to find it." Mara said without turning, "Hopefully we can negotiate without interruption?"
Mara turned back to Elizabeth and smiled, that beautiful dangerous smile that made Mara just so interesting to Elizabeth, "I apologize. Where were we?"
The woman with the red hair sat down at their table unceremoniously, her locks cascading down over her shoulders like a waterfall of blood, "Forgive my intrusion but i've sat in this bar nearly every day since I was a child, and no one has entered that has captured my attention as much as you bunch. So intriguing..."
Elizabeth ignored her completely, "Discussing your marvelous find my dear." She said dancing her hands over Maras sketches and examining them closely. "Truly you bring me such wondrous treasures. Keep the gems and the chalices, the gems are not interesting enough to me and the chalice set is incomplete. I would like to have a closer look at the these two items, the skull and the larger crystal, and of course," She looked back up at Mara with gleeful eyes, "I simply must have those exotic eggs and hides. Perhaps I'll have them made into a dress for me."
"And I have buyers that would be very interested in dragons eggs." She thought to herself, handing back the sketches.
"Please bring the items around to my estate tomorrow, I assure you I am very interested. Your treasures are just as unique as always my dear." She produced the binder of papers and removed several, "Have the items catalogued in these as per usual, and do not miss a detail. I will know if you do, and I hate imperfections." She stood and nodded to Mara, "A pleasure as always dear, I look forward to your visit tomorrow." She turned and looked at the strange red headed woman who had interrupted their dealing, "Forgive me, but I do not know you, however, only the brave and the foolish interrupt my business." She paused as the tension in the room rose, Nassara motionless like a black shadow behind Lady Harlington, "I would be intrigued to find out which. My estate, three o'clock, don't be late." and with that she promptly turned and swept out of the bar, leaving a gaping hole where her presence used to be.

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Sebastian exploded at Jarraks remarks, "Fine to see her, don't take our cabin. If you are so much more trusting of a female pirate than two boys, go ahead. I'm not making you stay here. Besides, I'll help the girl anytime she needs it but you can trust me when I tell you I'd rather dumb you overboard," Sebastian said vehemently "And remember, you're surrounded by us, and they all listen to me. You better be more hospitable than you've been."
Jarrak barked a laugh, "You know nothing boy. I serve a man a hundred times more terrifying than the whole of Nassau combined. I dont fear you, your brother, your crew or any other person on Nassau." He turned and walked away towards the twins cabin, "Except maybe Kalila." he said under his breath, before disappearing into the cabin, and laying her to sleep.