About Imperia Albus
Implements: Amulet, armor, bell, bracers, brooch, cloak, holy symbol, shield.
Implements: Bone, coin, doll, drum, robe, skull.
Implements: Belt, boots, sandals, vest, weapon.
Imperia Albus is the fourth of five daughters of the Albus family. Her family while keeping up appearances couldn’t afford a dowry for all five girls. Imperia was more interested in occult studies than finding a rich husband. The matriarch decided they would send her away. They created a story about Imperia going to care for an aging relative in the relative’s last days. Instead the family managed to pay for one year of the University of Lepidstadt. After the first year it would be up to her to find a way to stay.
This turn of events was just fine with Imperia. She quickly discovered that she had a real knack for research, and found a position as a junior library researcher soon after she arrived. She loved the job. It was a way to get paid for gaining information, and information is power. She faithfully writes home every month. She gives them just enough useful information to keep the family happy. She doesn’t want to be called back to Cheliax. In addition to her university studies, she studied fencing. She earned the Lepidstadt Scar right before her graduation.
After graduation she stayed at the university working as a fully trained Occult Librarian. That’s when she met Professor Lorrimor. He hired her several times over the last few years to research information on Occult Implements and their histories. Imperia is very surprised to find she has named her as a beneficiary. Even though she was fond of him and grateful he gave her the opportunity to research her area of interest their relationship was entirely professional.
If someone were to sit and watch the library entrance on any given morning, they would see a richly dressed tall human woman walking swiftly into the building. She is graceful, and looks typically Chelaxian with dark hair and midnight blue eyes. She has a small scar on her chin that doesn’t detract from her beauty. Though beauty isn’t her defining characteristic. It’s her intelligence that people notice when they speak to her. She has several pieces of antique looking jewelry she wears. If you ask, she’ll give you the history if the items.
Advancement Plans and Play Style:
Imperia will be a melee fighter. She’ll take feats to get her fencing or slashing grace. I’m not sure if she’ll focus on necromancy or not. It would work with her pragmatic view of the world. Which goes something like this “they are dead and don’t need their bodies anymore. Why shouldn’t we use it for our purposes?”
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