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Janus, the two-spirit spy. Red-haired, elegant, and used to being the cleverest woman (or man) in the room. She won't tell your secrets if you don't tell hers. Have you seen Mavik?

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a character in “The First Empire”, as played by Goldie


Eleka is slender and elegant, with an alluring gleam of mischief that promises danger, if you're brave or foolish enough to get involved with her. She has a sharp face, more striking than beautiful, and resembles her brother strongly. She dresses practically, favors a red velvet cloak that is dark enough not to clash with her red hair. She always wears gloves, and you can frequently judge her temper by whether she is wearing velvet (safe) or leather (watch out).

Eleka is quick and light and likes to dance. If you can get her to laugh, she either likes you or is mocking you. While her brother is quiet and sober, she is witty and sharp and not particularly kind.

Eleka has little strength for fighting, being small, but she throws knives with deadly accuracy. She can charm and even seduce, but never gets too close.

She will not discuss her history with anyone, except that she and Mavik have always been together, and always will. She nursed him after the Sidir broke his hands, and may be responsible for the rather poor setting of his fingers.

So begins...

Eleka's Story

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#, as written by Goldie
"Agda says to braid a red ribbon in your hair," said the little man, "and meet her on the hilltop at noon."

Mavik very much doubted that Agda was a real person, and did not particularly care. His information concerning this meeting was sparse, and its lack set him on edge, though the tension showed only in the rigidity of the hands half concealed in the heavy goatswool cloak wrapped around his shoulders. Eleka had pressed his employers for more, but they had nothing more to offer him.

Agda says to braid a red ribbon in your hair. What kind of nonsense was that for a password? But it felt right to him. He had a sense, born of long practice, for when things were right. The same sense made him uneasy about the second part of the password. And meet her on the hilltop at noon. He could not have said why it bothered him so.

He met the eyes of the bouncer, unsmiling - it was Eleka who smiled - and reservedly polite.

"You see, my business here is genuine. Teones is expecting me." His voice was no longer so steady. There had been ice on the washbasin when he had left his rooms, and that had been nearly an hour ago. He was shivering. "You would do well to let me in before I catch my death of cold."