Princess Lark Grayson
There are people, who the more you do for them, the less they will do for themselves.
Description: Lark is diminutive enough in stature and delicate enough in feature to be called doll-like. In almost direct contrast to these feminine graces, she also happens to possess large, ink-colored eyes that can't seem to help but mirror the thoughts and feelings of whomever they meet. Her sense of fashion is humble and generally unremarkable but appropriate for her station.
(Lark's hair is styled in a series of elaborate braids, held together with tiny brass pins.)
Personality: The true depth of Lark's severe practicality is often downplayed by her physical appearance but make no mistake, she has a formidable sense of righteousness and honor. Reserved and observant, she has never been overly social even after her appointment to High Lord, only putting herself into the crowd when necessary. Her heart is charitable, given towards encouraging especially her family in finding their own bit of happiness, but it is tempered by a realistic outlook on the world that they live in. While most would equate charitable with kind, there is very little that is kind in the woman: she is willing to take anyone to task when they step out of line, driven by a nature that is as protective and fierce as a griffon over a nest of hatchlings.
Background: Princess Lark Grayson is perhaps best known for her philanthropic endeavors and at times, her austere idealism concerning the less fortunate. Noble not only by birth but by personal virtue, Lark first became preoccupied with using her station for the betterment of her fellow man from a very young age. Although she may not have ever been adventurous in any conventional meaning of the word, she proved herself to be bold in her own manner. As she grew into a young woman, she often utilized her naturally analytical mind and innate comprehension skills to hatch any number of charitable schemes whether they be in response to acts of man or nature. Among the Graysons, it isn't uncommon to spot her toting around or bending over backwards to accommodate some new cause. It also shouldn't come as any surprise when Lark turns up her nose at any form of frivolity or subterfuge. She'd sooner be involved in managing contributions to a failing orphanage or shelter.