Name and Lastname: Hagine Mearrh
Played by: HagineMearrhAppearance:
Petite with pale skin, blue eyes and red hair that she usually lets flow free. Most often she can be seen wearing her work outfit, because that's what she does most of the time, work under her father's guidance. In her free-time she prefers long dresses. She always wears a little clock-like construct in her left wrist. That is her little work in progress, her recorder that she wishes to develop into some even more advanced information storage device in the future.
.: THE BASICS :.Title:
The Prosthetics Worker, neophyte, tinkererGender:
The Golden TowerProfession:
.: MAGIC PRACTICE :.Magus:
Methlor Mearrh (her father), a prosthetics worker who has his own workshop with decent success, attempting to climb on top of the Tower's prosthetics industry.Minor Arcanas:
The Major Construct Arcana: Minor Prosthetics Shaping Arcana, Minor Mechanical Cybernetics ArcanaAnchoring:
Humming a familiar tune.Casting:
Assembling. She molds the raw materials by hand into whatever she wants them to be and gradually assembles the parts into something more complicated, starting from the inner parts and then doing the outer layer last. She's unable to create the raw materials herself. She can also form a 'connection' with machinery by touching them with her wrists, see the inner workings of constructs and manipulate them to a certain degree.
.: CONNECTION TO THE CITADEL :.Rumour:
"Such a sweet, prim and proper young lady she is, almost like a Lady of the Golden Gentry! Well, maybe a bit too crazy about the Libri and reading some ancient history books, but at least she knows what she's doing at the workshop."
"Their workshop is doing so well after that big breakthrough and still that girl looks like she's swallowed a bunch of copper bolts. What is her problem?"Political Standpoint:
She has conflicted feelings about breaking the Seal. On the other hand she would love to know the truth behind the fables, but then again she has been raised in the Blue Suite-culture and her own natural cautiousness also makes her question the world which would be revealed, assuming there is something outside the Towers. She's afraid of the possibility that the world outside would indeed be an inhabitable wasteland, or extremely dangerous in some other way.Religious Standpoint: