Baroness Enyo De Lire
Pretend inferiority and encourage their arrogance.
Obituary: With the death of Audric, Enyo left Arx to return to Fen De Lire to mourn, but she didn't arrive. Her current whereabouts are unknown.
Description: On the taller side of average, Enyo has a slender but athletic frame that is common to performers who specialize in tumbling and vaulting. She has a youthful rounded face framed by dark hair that can shift from dark, black tones to deep, warm brown tones depending on the light. She has arched, expressive brows that can alter her expression with just a slight change in position. Skin tone that is inclined towards a naturally warm tone has been darkened slightly further by time spent under the sun. Wide eyes are the pale amber color of a good glass of whiskey, cheeks are high and defined, and her mouth is almost a little too wide.
Personality: Gregarious to a fault, one might say. Enyo loves having people around, she loves being in a crowd, and often spends just a little too long in conversations when some might have already moved on. She is friendly, and potentially hasn't ever met someone that she wasn't willing to talk to, whether she likes them or not. But in contrast to that, she is capable of silence as well given the right circumstances, and doesn't seem to need to fill the air with chatter when the time is not right. Thoughtful and careful with words more often than not, but at the same time unafraid to speak up in defense of self, others, or a cause she finds dear. Enyo is also a person who can shift easily between warmth and kindness to cool aloofness given the situation. And when she is particularly riled she also possesses a stubborn streak that often gives itself with a set of her jaw or a sardonic lift of her an eyebrow.
Background: Growing up as a single child inbetween two sets of twins was not ideal, especially considering that both her parents were dead in two different kinds of tragedies, leaving her older siblings and the rest of the family to pick up the slack. Growing up she had moments of not feeling like she belonged, that somehow she was the oddity in the family, but instead of letting that turn her bitter and angry, it made her work harder to fit in.
For years she did her very best to be just like her siblings, her cousins, aunts and uncles, everyone that she could she would go out of her way to emulate her family. She learned to fight, she sharpened her mind and her body. As she grew older, however, she realized that being like everyone else (as she saw it in her head) wasn't going to make her fit in any more with the family. She was never not part of it, afterall, it was just her childhood impression of things. So she began to decide on who she was, who she wanted herself to be. There were plenty of aspects of people she had emulated that she loved, such as being active, reading, and getting into as much mischief as she could. But she had to do it her own way, to be true to who she was herself.
Due to this, after fulfilling her duties to the family in service to the military she decided that she wanted to see the rest of the Lyceum, then after that she decided she wanted to see the rest of the islands that she could reach, then the mainland. Every time she went somewhere new, there was just one more new place to go after that. Eventually, though, she realized that she needed to come back home to the family and do more than just wandering around on her own.