Proudly able to recite her lineage all the way back to the illustrious Baba Yaga, Yolanda has grown up exceptionally privileged in Irrisen compared to the Ulfen peasants. Yet despite this pure blooded heritage, Yolanda lacks the same streak of cruelty often associated with the Jadwiga. No, Yolanda is far too passive for such nonsense, and instead has retreated to a rather isolated manor on the outskirts of a town that her mother holds lordship over. So what does she do all day instead of tormenting her underlings? She lounges about while slaves and peasants work the land surrounding her manor, harvesting the seeds, bark, and sap of the winteryew trees and tending to the livestock. Her manor consistently over produces these valuable goods which she then trades and sells to the locals as a form of steadily growing income.
The other Jadwigas tend to overlook the mother-daughter duo in their isolated countryside location which suits Yolanda just fine, though it irks her mother that she's not considered a threat to anyone else's power. Her mother spends a large amount of time trying to draw Yolanda into her power-play schemes, but Yolanda's mother is as unmotivated as her daughter and her plans fizzle out shortly after they are made due to inaction.