Character type: Renegade
Appearance: Trestna is ominous to look at there is no two ways about it. Looking at her one can almost feel the evil and to look into those ice blue eyes is to look into death itself. Her hair is mecilessly black and short although the fringe always seems to fall over her eyes. Those that see her face remember her eyes longer, even when the rest fades into a hazy reccolection. They are her most striking feature. They are a true ice blue. Almost so pale as to seem a colourless grey. She's not a pretty woman by modern sense but she does have a feline sort of grace about her and her figure is slim and lithe but does have voluptopus curves to entice any man. She dresses mostly in browns and greens Plain but worn through in some areas and a rough travelling cloak to keep off the rainy Southern weather is brown
Personality: Trestna is cruel, and takes delight in her work. Her work being whatever she finds amusing at the time. But she does make a small living as an assassin for hire thats too mercenary for even the most seedy to trust sometimes. No one but those she carefully selects as friends are really safe. She'll accept a hire and carry out her job quickly and with a minimum of fuss but skimp on her fees and you're likely to be found hanging from a tree next to the person you hired her to kill with a severe case of dead. She also accepts small hires to make 'example' of someone. Not killing them, but going a good way toward it and then leaving them in a place to be found. She loves nothing better than to cause fear. In her mind fear is an emotion to be served with a light sweet wine and time to savour it slowly.
History: Trestna was always Holdless, just like her parents. So she's had no education by harpers or any real comforts of home. She was always of a dark nature though, even as a child.
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