Emilie Victoria Lavoie

Description:

Home: Port au Prince, Hispaniola
Height: 5’6"
Weight: 115lbs
Hair: Red
Eyes: Green

Attributes: Agility d8, Smarts d8, Spirit d4, Strength d6, Vigor d4
Skills: Fighting d6, Guts d12, Investigation d6, Knowledge (high society) d8, Stealth d6, Streetwise d8, Taunt d4, Throwing d6
Charisma: +2; Pace: 6; Parry: 5; Toughness: 4
Fame: 0
Hindrances: Vengeful (Major)
Edges: Attractive, Alertness

Bio:

Emilie Lavoie was a child of privelege. The daughter of the famous french Privateer Charles Lavoie she never wanted for anything as a child, except maybe her father’s love. Her father was rarely around, often away for months at a time on business and when she did see him it was usually only for the briefest of times before he set out on the sea again.

Emilie was raised to be a lady by her mother and the staff of their house in Port au Prince, it was at her father’s insistance that she marry well so that she could provide him with a business partnership that would take care of them all. Emilie viewed this arrangement with contempt, coming to the conclusion that her father saw her only as a commodity he could trade rather than his own flesh and blood and this caused her to rebel against him constantly during her teenage years.

She would put the house staff into states of panic by disappearing for days at a time only to come back as if nothing had happened and never telling anyone of the adventures she had.

It was during these times that she develloped her skills, she would fight, sail, drink and carouse with the sailors, never once letting any of them get the better of her. This continued for a few years until her father caught her in the port with some seedy merchantmen and he was furious, he threatened to cut her off completely if she did not return to their home immediately and Emilie blew up at him. Their argument became town legend and when it was done she called him a coward and left, not returning for weeks.

Unfortunately she soon found that living outside the protection of her father for more than a week at a time was difficult and she returned home, ready to take her punishment but what she found was tragedy. The house staff informed her that soon after she left her father had been killed, his ship had been destroyed by a man known as Antonio de Silva, this combined with Emilie having left had been too much for her mother and she died soon after, some say of a broken heart.

Devastated by this, Emilie swore vengeance on de Silva and taking what money she could scrounge from the now empty home she set out into the world to find him.

Emilie Victoria Lavoie

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