Name Pronounced: ESS-mee
Appearance: Esme is nothing short of beautiful. She's of average height, slender, softly curved in all the appropriate places for a young woman - perhaps just a bit too thin. She's softly tanned, but still not as dark as those born and bred at Arolos. Her hair is long and thick, cut just below her shoulders, usually worn pulled back to keep it out of her face when riding. Her features are finely boned, her face soft and feminine. Her nose is perhaps a bit too long, shaped just a bit irregularly - it almost looks as if it was broken once and wasn't healed properly.
Personality: To put things bluntly, Esme can be kind of a bitch. She's exceptionally girly, and she makes friends easily. People tend to be drawn to her confident, capable personality and her good looks. But she has a short fuse, and won't hesitate to tell someone what she thinks of them - even if she isn't thinking anything particularly nice. People tend to see her as vain - she sees herself as just possessed of common sense. Of course she's pretty, of course she's wanted - she's looked in a mirror lately, after all.
History: Born in the summer months to a Weaver his wife, Esme was raised in the fashion typical of holdbred children. Her parents cared for her, but were often too busy earning their livings to look after her as much as they might have liked. There were other children though, and she made a pack of friends easily. As a child, Esme was friendly and good-natured, but that didn't last for too long - she saw a hundred little things that bothered her happening to other 'good, sweet girls'. They got their feelings hurt often and deeply, their friends took advantage of their kind natures, they were rarely treated as nicely as they deserved.
Information about Esme's craft
Esme is a candidate. Her colour preference is Gold, Green, Blue
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