This problem begs OOC conversation before Lithrina gets a chance to slaughter the lot. In short, are you guys up for some elf bashing?
Incidentally, I'm claiming blue
Thought I'd edit in char info here.
As is the case with most vampires, Lithrina's face is quite alluring, with a prominent exception being her eyes, which are gradually turning from their former prominent blue, to a deep crimson, as she feeds and comes deeper into her power.
She is rather short of stature, even for an elf. Her hair is black, and hangs loosely down to her chest.
Lithrina's clothing fits her personality, being somewhat theatrical. She wears all black, with silver accents, this being her armour, and representations of her goddess.
She wields a slightly curved, single-edged sword, lacking a cross-guard in two hands, her only remaining possession from her former life. It is ingrained with gold filigree, in which resides a message, a blessing if you will, of well wishes from her parents.
Since her revival, her combat style has become a lot less graceful, favouring a more measured stance over stylish fencing. When faced with elves, however, she fights with a readily apparent rage, barely contained by her common sense.
Her main emotion for this past year has been hate. It's what fuels her, that and her desire to be the one in charge.
Most of the time, she acts and speaks arrogantly towards everyone who has not demonstrated that their power is greater than her own. For those who has, she acts pleasantly, subserviently even.
She'll further the goals of goddess wherever she goes, not out of devotion, but because she fears the powers of the ruby sorceress, while at the same time she seeks to use said power for her own gains.
Lithrina was born into the ruling class of the elves. Her family took up worship of Wee Jas many, many centuries ago, as she represents many traditional elven values, such as magic, beauty and continuity. In addition, her Law aspects proves useful in forming society. As such, she grew up worshipping the Stern Lady, albeit focusing more of the beauty aspect than on the magic and death.
She was the niece of the king, and thus, she grew up learning the intricacies of courtly life. During her younger years, which she technically have yet to outgrow, she decided, mostly to spite the family tradition of magical studies, to become a warrior. She found that she liked the physical exercise, and was thrilled by the grace in the dance of steel. She ended up becoming a rather talented swordsman. In addition, she managed to procure an infatuation with another noble of the court, such as the youth is wont to do. Lithrina would pine over the young man, Kastariel as he was called.
One night, as she was travelling through the forest with her parents and brother, they were ambushed by a vampire, looking for his next meal. Always courageous, Lithrina charged the beast, fully expecting her family to join the fray. They scattered, running wild in fear. When they returned next morning, they found her dead body. She was buried in thee royal burial ground.
The third night, she arose from her grave, finding her sire waiting for her. He led her out into the wilderness. Although she was compelled to obey him, he kept the bond slackened enough that she would be aware of her own discomfort, fear and desires.
He proceeded to torment her in different ways, amongst other things denying her to feed. All the while, he was lecturing her about the right of the strong to use and treat the weak as they saw fit. She felt the truth of it, with herself being powerless.
While this treatment made her fear and resent her sire, it also nurtured a growing hate for her former kinsmen, the elves who first had done nothing but flee, leaving her to die, and then betrayed her a second time, when they failed to burn her body, and prevent her eventual rise to her second, miserable life. She grew to hate them all with passion. Starved and furious, she would pray to her goddess, for freedom from her sire. One morning, when her thirst and torment had become unbearable, a vision of the Wee Jas appeared before her eyes, striking a bargain with the young vampire. She would release her from her bonds, in exchange for Lithrina's eternal devotion and servitude. Lithrina readily agreed, and that night she fled into the woods, now free of her sire's bonds. Her sire abandoned pursuit of her, probably in favour of other, potentially more promising thralls.
Goals, in no particular order:
She wants to retrieve her coffin from the royal elven burial grounds.
She seeks the complete annihilation of the elven race, especially her immediate family. (Notably, this does not include half-elves, dark-elves or other subraces. Should she come across them, she'll probably find it entertaining to destroy, or especially to enslave them, but she does not consider them real elves.)
She wishes to find her former master, make him yield to her as she once yielded to him, and then, she'll make him suffer
Deep down in her heart, she harbours a desire to find her former sweetheart, the high-elf Kastariel.