Lady Armani Gilden
Hold my jewelry. I need to have a 'discussion' with this person about the misconceptions they have.
Social Rank: 6
Concept: Scholarly Sea Captain
Marital Status: single
Height: average height
Hair Color: dirty blonde
Eye Color: pale green
Description: This woman is an inch or two over five feet and is quite compact. She has dirty blonde hair that bears subtle waves and it frames her face, drawing attention to the pale green of her eyes and the fact that her otherwise ivory hued skin is tanned by the sun. The figure of the woman is quite shapely, she is well blessed with a feminine physique and it is well toned.
Personality: Armani is what many would call a wild child. She often throws caution to the wind and acts on what she thinks would be the best method, both for her own enjoyment and for her family. It might be a surprise that someone so impulsive, if not out of control, would take two things with the utmost seriousness: being on the seas and writing. She may border on being a pirate with her actions but she never fails to assure her crew and her ship are kept safe. Perhaps her love of reading and writing came from the long hours at sea for rarely does a time go by, when not being a captain, that she isn't writing something. She has a massive love for jewelry, it sparkles so prettily, and when she is /angry/ there is quite a proccess about removing it and she is often saying things along the lines of 'Hold my jewelry. I've lessons to teach.' It has coined her the title of 'Captain Gem'
Background: Armani is one of the children of Kordelia Gilden. She was, most assuredly, a child of the seas. Almost before she could walk and talk Armani was making her way onto boats and trying to travel out to the seas, to feel the wind on her face and to taste the salt on her tongue. Her life was devoted to becoming a Captain of the Sea, though, her mother felt the need to assure Armani had a feminine touch to her and built up her interest in shiny things as well as got her into scholarly things. This divided Armani's love into four things: jewelry, the sea, reading, and writing. As she proved to be a skilled seaman she quickly rose through the ranks of the Gilden naval forces to become the Admiral of the fleets.