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Author Topic: Gudrun Jollenbeck  (Read 807 times)

Description: Queen. Purple Dusk to Green. Played by Caryn

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Gudrun Jollenbeck
« on: Feb 11, 17, 10:33:16 AM »
The Basics

Character Name: Gudrun Jollenbeck
Nicknames:
Age & Birthyear:  32, b. 160 AP
Race:  Short-lived
Caste:  Queen
Birth Territory: Askavi, Kaeleer
Home Territory: Rihland, Kaeleer

Birthright Jewel:uncut Purple Dusk
Offering Jewel:  uncut Green

Role: Province Queen of Vyrkov
Faction: Reclaimer sympathizer

Appearance




Play By: Heather Doerksen
Distinguishing Features:

Personality



Personality:

Gudrun has a determination to live her life by seizing the bull by the horns and until it throws her off. She is charismatic. She has a large and quirky sense of humor that she doesn’t mind indulging whenever possible. She’s worked hard to portray herself as a hard charging, hardworking, and hard playing woman who has no problem keeping up with the boys- or doing them one better. This is a woman who rarely backs down from a fight, and takes joy from the art of battle- even just verbally. She’s not as reckless as she pretends to be, but she’s not above using the cultural misconception of a crude, emotional, uncultured Rihlander to provoke irritation or to inspire a false sense of complacency in an opponent when dealing with those not of her people.

Gudrun is ‘one of the people’ in a way few Rihlander Queens are due to Eyrien discovery of her caste happening quite a bit later in her life. Where other Rih Queens (including her fellow Province leaders) were stifled into caution and timidity, Gudrun was allowed to live and laugh and love freely. To actually show these things and form attachments to the Rihlander community without threat of immediate punishment, though the possibility of discovery remained. Where the others were isolated from their families and true communities, Gudrun could bond with hers and absorb what was left of her heritage on a subconscious level that no amount of conscious acclimatization could ever truly match. It was a gift she did not appreciate nearly enough in her youth, but with age has come the start of enough wisdom to hold those kinds of blessings dear.

There are many types of strength in Blood society. Strength of Jewel is a favorite, of course. Strength of caste, another. Strength of arms, strength of Court, strength of personality- no matter where one’s strength lies, the simple fact is that a ruling member of the Blood must have one or more of these strengths to succeed in keeping order among their number. It isn’t unheard of for Queens weaker of Jewel to put their strength in their Courts, in maintaining an impressive enough appearance of will and dignity that it carries their people with them. That stifling blend of gravitas, elegance and authority can be difficult to maintain, but it works. Gudrun’s Green is Dark enough that she doesn’t have to rely on such trappings of power as much as other Queens to maintain her authority; she can lay down the law and collect males who are drawn to a strong, dark Queen even without the Bond to help her do it. She takes a quiet in somewhat guilty pride in that; that although there are bigger and more skillful fish in that proverbial pond, she is strong enough as most reckon power to hold her own. She doesn’t strictly need all those little social cues that here is someone worthy of respect, of being held apart and above- and, truth be told, that reality scares her sometimes.

Consequently, she can and often does sacrifice majesty and dignity (along with those of her Court who will join her) to get down and dirty with her people. Their Eyrien oppressors always carried an air of arrogance and the ability to inspire fear with them and part of her feels that every laugh, every plank of lumber she helps to hew, every dance ‘till dawn to celebrate a child’s Birthright is a way to push back the days of their enslavement (and, perhaps, the risk of her slipping into similar abuse of her power) a little more. You can’t look dignified if you’re having fun… and there’s been far too little light and laughter before the last few years.

Gudrun has a firm commitment to principle; perhaps overly so. It’s what led her to provide discreet support to the Reclaimer movement... and it’s the reason she doesn’t actually hate Kalvar. He’s just a man trying to do right in the world (and usually failing, but what can you do- men!) and she can respect that. And barring the one on sexuality (with where she grew up, even with adult eyes to shield her, Gudrun absorbed way too much to bat an eyelash at anything sex-related so long as it’s between consenting adults), she wouldn’t have a problem with any of the existing Prohibitions if they didn’t strengthen the Exchange as a consequence. Unlike before, they apply to Eyrien and Rihlander alike- which is important to her sense of justice. And she likes to think her people’s culture isn’t entirely bound up in their right to do recreational drugs and lose their money in gambling. But both Kalvar and the Prohibitions stand in the way of true independence for her people, and so they have to go.

Likes:
  • Protocol- As a Rihlander Queen, Gudrun has absolute faith in the rules that let the Blood deal with one another semi-peaceably. Rihlanders are an emotional lot and tempers often run hot. Protocol helps ensure that tempers burn themselves out quickly enough to take one another for drinks afterward instead of declaring a Blood Feud that lasts for generations.
  • Children- Even the loss of her half-Eyrien one still hurts her heart. Children are the future if people are to truly take their home back. She loves their joyful innocence and how funny they can be without an adult's level of Protocol and brain-to-mouth filters. Also, they are on occasion quite useful for intel-gathering: their little ears pick up everything and some people who are wary of other adults are more likely to let their guard down around a child.
  • Good Rihlander alcohol- Growing up with the Exchange taught her the right places to look for those recipes which her people had brewed in secret since the Purge. She can tell a quality ale from a crap imitation with a few drops on her tongue and loves to debate the merits of one variety or another with fellow craft beer enthusiasts.
Dislikes:
  • Bonding Eyrien males- Embarrassingly for a Queen dedicated to the Rihlander cause, Gudrun is particularly prone to bonding Eyrien males. At one time she had nearly an even half dozen to call her own. She fears what this says about her soul, that she’s somehow a bad Rihlander and a bad Queen for her people, because something in it matched so well with the males of their oppressors. It’s one of the reasons her males serve in her Third Circle, instead of being offered contracts in the First as is their right as bonded males.
  • Formal Courts- They have their uses, but when things get too formal, it reminds her of life in the Eyrien Court and makes her skin crawl. She feels those who live too much in Courts lose touch with the people and forget what’s important (possibly as a result of having seen too much corruption under the Eyriens-though also because she never learned how all the minutiae of running a proper Court- paperwork and all. Even after she was forced into an Eyrien one, they weren’t exactly keen on showing her how it worked, lest she get delusions of rebellion and independence). Gudrun is a big believer in ties of kinship and friendship and prefers to use those associations to run her Province instead of a more bureaucratic structure (). She maintains the minimum number of Circles absolutely necessary to run the Province with and habitually ducks outside the whole setup as it suits her to get the job done.
  • The Exchange- Having grown up in it, Gudrun knows well how cutthroat they can be. For all they claim to be standing up for Rihlanders under the oppressors, the men and women at the top are making some damn good money while peddling some very dangerous vices. The group had its place under the Eyriens, but as times change, so must the resistance of the people. It’s one reason she supports the Reclaimers so heavily (if discreetly): she would rather separate the true patriots from the greedy and fears the Exchange gaining more of a foothold in her Province if not checked by the Reclaimers. If her partisans and idealists can wrest power from Kalvar and his ‘loyalists’, they can end the Prohibitions and pull the Exchange’s poisoned fangs.
Fears:
  • War- Gudrun is realist enough to know what is coming if the Reclaimers continue to push their cause against a righteous, Black-Jeweled Prince. The knowing does not lessen the fear, nor does it stop her from supporting what is right, but the specter of her people’s deaths is on her mind every day she continues to be a party to their efforts.
  • Becoming like an Eyrien Queen- Gudrun aims to be a strong Queen of a hardy warrior people. But the Eyriens were strong warriors too, and she fears becoming too much like the people she’s resented all her life- particularly since she holds so many Eyrien leashes. And she fears developing the same sort of arrogance that led them to treat a defeated people as their playthings.
  • Getting lost- Gudrun has a horrible directional sense for a Queen and fears not being able to find her way home. Her land sense isn’t well developed enough to help her, and if not for being taught to read the position of sun and starts, she wouldn’t even know which way north was. The first thing she does upon changing her residence is to memorize any maps of the surrounding area that she can get her hands on. As a Queen, and a ruling one, it's highly unlikely she would ever be alone enough to actually face this fear, but it could happen... particularly if someone was cunning or powerful enough to steal her away from her Court.
Craft Strengths:
  • Queen’s Touch- Exuberant and charismatic Gudrun has a Touch like a sledgehammer. She figures it’s nature’s way of compensating her for a defective Gift. Gundrun isn’t particularly subtle with it, but she hasn’t needed to be thus far so long as it works, and works well. She is nearly as adept at using it with non-bonded males with those who do belong to her.
  • Sensing spells- Gundrun spent nearly two decades wearing a Black Widow web to hide her caste virtually nonstop. She had to work hard at sensing Craft beyond the ever-present hum of Craft against her own skin, but she did because of the danger always lurking for a Rih witch at Eyrien hands. Now that the web is off, but the training and habits remain, and Gudrun is hyper-sensitive to the existence of Craft worked in her vicinity.
Craft Weaknesses:
  • Queen’s Gift- Gudrun gives to the land on a regular basis, but her effect on it is oddly erratic with no clear reason behind the inability. One season might see the crops growing with wild abandon: the next, they require extra diligence and care from their farmers to grow beyond spindly shoots- worse than if she’d never Gifted them at all. Strangely, opiate and cannaboid plants have proven to be exceptions to this weakness.
  • Security spells- As a Rihlander Queen under Eyrien rule, Gudrun was not allowed to practice spells that would shield her from her captors or enable her to keep secrets from them. Her bonded males held full responsibility for her safety. Even now, Gudrun would rather put her energy to personal shielding rather than work to master more complex security spells.
Life Story

Family:
Mother: Etta Jollenbeck, White-Rose witch, 56
Father: Lars Christiansen, Descent Tiger Eye warlord, 60
Siblings: none

Children:

Mathilde Jollenbeck, Blood witch, 7.

Maja Jollenbeck, Blood Priestess, 5.

Erivar Jollenbeck, Blood Male, d.

Bonded males:

Zandar Krupin, Rose - Opal Warlord Prince, 1850.
Yujar Sokolov, Tiger EyeRose Warlord, d.
Havenar Voronin, Summer SkyOpal Warlord, 1450 (Rebellion).
Jerivar Voronin,  Blood OpalSapphire Warlord Prince, 85.
Soluvar Orlov, White - Tiger Eye Warlord Prince,  3500.

*All bonded males are adoptable

History:

Gudrun was born in the unlikeliest of places: an illegal Exchange whorehouse. Her mother was a toymaker by trade, working as a prostitute to bring in the extra money she needed to tend to her declining father. Etta attracted the attention of the man running the house and became pregnant despite the brews all the women were required to be on (the Healer responsible for them was beaten severely in punishment, though no brew was guaranteed 100% effectiveness). She decided to keep the baby despite having to scramble for work to make ends meet while she couldn’t ‘entertain’, and was rewarded with the birth of a little Queen.

The infant had been born in the whorehouse under the insistence of its lately-interested father, which was fortunate for all concerned. It became apparent exactly what sort of treasure they had within her first day of life and the Exchange had both the means to conceal her and the motivation to do so. Her father saw considerable profit in the baby girl as a future tender of the Exchange’s illegal herbs or as a whore who would draw in one hell of a clientele. He drew upon his ties to the Exchange for the right Widows, who laid webs upon her to conceal her caste.

Gudrun grew up an active, happy little girl who was raised in an almost communal fashion by her mother in association with her fellow illegal sex-workers- if a bit faster than other children who didn’t have to worry about rule-breaking beyond the possibility of getting punished for not eating their vegetables or going to bed on time. But to her, it was just life, and so she thought nothing of the additional caution and cunning necessary to live as an Exchange dependent.

After her Birthright, when she emerged with a lovely Purple Dusk, her father moved to make good on his investment and brought in a Queen to teach her her caste talents: a refugee from Glacia. The woman wasn’t happy to have been suborned by the Exchange on in her search for freedom, but did her best by the girl. Gudrun adored her patient and wise mentor, and found her stories of Glacian Court life fascinatingly different in comparison to how her own people lived. Gudrun practiced her budding skills on the Exchange’s gardens (with plants destined for the illegal mind-altering potions that the Eyriens had strictly forbidden, as well as soothing nervous or difficult customers to the illegal bars and whorehouses they maintained.

The day finally came when she outgrew her mentor’s teachings and bid her a tearful goodbye (never realizing the Exchange later had the woman killed to keep their secret). Gundrun continued her work for the Exchange in her teen years. She might not be able to rule, but working for the organization at least gave her an outlet for the impulse to care for her people.

Gudrun was arrested once for being a party to the possession of alcohol and a second time after a drug-drop went wrong. The Eyriens excused her on account of her youth and fined her mother the first time, but for the repeat offense Gudrun was remanded to the care and counseling of a local Eyrien Priestess to get her to mend her ways before the Offering that would see her punished as an adult the next time.

Despite all the precautions the Exchange had taken to hide her caste, even they could not prevent the disaster that happened next. By an accident of fate, the Priestess’ brother saw his Queen under the webs meant to hide her and Eyrien Widows were brought in to dismantle the Craft until her true scent shone through. 

Once discovered, Gudrun was taken to the Vyrkov Province Court and made to serve after her Virgin Night and Offering. Her Queen’s gift proved erratic and undependable outside of the particular sort of crops she had been trained her whole life to nurture, so the Province Queen sent her to serve the males of the hunting camps instead. She got a lot of practice in using her Touch to gentle males who hadn’t seen a Queen’s hand in decades or even centuries. It was a rare skill for a Queen to manage with males not her own, and she was justly proud of it. Her skills, both sexual and otherwise, helped her prosper despite her captivity- along with the three other Eyrien warriors she bonded in the course of her service. Some were less happy than others to be on a Rih Queen’s leash, but they all at least dedicated themselves to her safety.

The Province Queen requested her to breed twice in hopes of getting a Queen-slave with equal Jewel strength but greater land talent: once in her 25th year and once in her 27th, with minor rewards of uncommon luxuries and family visits offered as bribes to a young Queen reluctant to bring more children into slavery. Neither produced the sought-after Queenling, but Gudrun treasured the daughters they did give her all the same- perhaps more for the fact that they lacked the caste that would have seen them torn from her arms.

Gudrun had put aside the contraceptive brews for a third and final attempt when the unexpected happened: one of her Warlords went into the first and only Rut of his life and focused on her. Nature took its course and with the heightened hormones involved, the Queen found herself carrying a halfblooded baby. No one was exactly pleased. But Gudrun balked at the idea of killing an innocent fetus and whatever Yujar might have thought of other mutts in normal times, instinct and possessiveness insisted he protect his own. The Eyrien Court left them to their own devices and allowed the pregnancy to progress on the off chance it would produce the desired Queen.

When the infant boy was born, the Court’s High Priestess ordered the impure mutt culled before it even began showing a caste scent. Gudrun was inconsolable and her males had to restrain and sedate her to keep from tearing into the Court and earning her own death. It took weeks for her to recover, along with some visits to her own mother. The last trip out, she left her daughters with her mother, calmly returned to Court- and slaughtered the High Priestess at a Court dinner that night.

Her males were hard pressed to save her life, joined by those Rih servants at Court who thought the opportunity to strike back worth their own lives. They held their part of the Court for three days, but likely would have been taken eventually if not for word of the Territory Court’s destruction to make their way to them. The remaining Eyriens scattered over the next few days and weeks as reports of the Black’s power and temper were confirmed

Despite her Jewels strength, Gudrun did not end up Province Queen in the wake of the Eyriens’ destruction. Prince Elbremov offered her the position, but Gundrun declined. Despite the triumph of her people’s liberation, her daughter was still dead, one of her males had died in the fighting, and another left them to join the Rebellion; feeling a greater duty to his people’s continued existence than to his Queen now that her life had been secured. She requested the District of Scythia instead- the smaller Court held fewer bad memories for the still-grieving woman and she could transition to ruling as a Queen in her own right in relative peace.

Gudrun managed her District well and grief lost its power as she immersed herself projects- including the rising Reclaimer movement that grew as their savior established himself for the long haul at Ebon Varos. She was smart and subtle in what aid she could lend them, but Gudrun had suffered too long under one tyrant’s rule to stomach that of another, however well-intentioned he might be. The continuance of the modified Prohibitions and the powerless Council of Queens were evidence they would never be truly free.

The destruction of the Jhinka only solidified her certainty that the Black could not remain in control of the Territory. They were pests, yes, but it reinforced the lesson. The things Kalvar decided against inevitably died, and without the input of those who supposedly ruled there. For all he loved Rihlanders, the man was fully Eyrien in his arrogance.

Where the incident only left Gudrun more determined, it scared the hell out of the Province Queen. Liv Pedersen had taken the Vyrkov seat she’d declined; the woman was older, and long experienced in the ways of how a Court functioned. She was an excellent choice on paper. But the Queen was high-strung and had never fully adjusted to being free and unprotected by the structured existence she’d known all her life. When Kalvar struck out of the blue, Lady Pedersen panicked and became convinced he was coming for her Court next. Despite efforts to talk her down, she gathered her family and bonded males and vanished overnight, fleeing for their lives.

Gudrun discovered this when the highest-remaining Court member, Pedersen’s Steward, came to her to request her presence to help settle and reassure the rest of the Province Court. In the days that followed, she finally approached the Black Prince and gained his blessing to accept the position she’d once turned down. Her people needed a strong woman to stand for them, particularly with Signe Drachlan’s increased power and influence now that they no longer had to contend with the Jhinka.

She has privately vowed that her people will one day be truly free again, or that she will die trying.

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Gudrun rubbed her temples to stave off her impending headache, pacing away from the clearly worn Steward who had carried the news to them. As if the latest show of Prince Elbremov’s power weren’t enough, now the Province Queen had been spooked away as well! She felt a pang of sympathy for the poor woman and hoped that wherever she was, she could manage to find the peace she so badly needed. But she could curse the woman’s name as well. The Province needed leadership now more than ever until the fear and confusion subsided and her people settled back into their daily lives once more. She was perhaps not the wisest choice, in light of her ties to the Reclaimers, but there were no other Rih Queens ready to take a Province. She’d just have to be careful and smart, like the old days under Eyrien subjugation.

The more things changed, the more they stayed the same.

Alright. “Erik, please see to it that Prince Bakker is fed, watered and given a chance to rest.” She directed one of her males crisply, waving away the Steward’s protests. “You’ve had a long night and you’ll need all your wits about you when dealing with the Black Prince. Take a few hours to rest. Then we’ll stop and reassure your Court before notifying Prince Elbremov of recent events and seeking his blessing for my ascendance of the Vyrkov seat.” Which she ought to have little difficulty in obtaining, having been offered it once and run a successful District since. Unless he held the refusal against her.

Once the Province Steward had left the room, the Queen pulled up a seat and settled down with her Court to hammer out a plan of action. “Alright, boys, we’re about to waltz up to a genocidal, Black-Jeweled Prince and demand a Province. Let’s get a strategy together to show him we deserve it.” Because, of course, they would be running it with her. “Anyone wanting to run home to their mommas should sing out now, or forever hold their peace!” Gudrun weathered the derisive scoffs and good-natured offers of what she could do with that offer with a an indulgent grin that covered up the worry creeping inside.

She wished faintly that she could call her own males to her and have their reassuring strength at her side in this stressful time, but it would send entirely the wrong message. No Eyrien should have a place in the most sensitive business of a Rihland Court and Gudrun refused to make an exception for her own. She’d just do what Rihlander Queens had done for centuries- put on her big girl panties and deal with it, come what may.


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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #1 on: Feb 11, 17, 10:36:53 AM »
General Random and Offering, please! And five family rolls.




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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #2 on: Feb 11, 17, 10:41:22 AM »
A general random.
Weighed by Mother Night...

You've risen from the Darkness twice blessed with an uncut White birthright Jewel, and were gifted with a cut Tiger Eye Jewel at your offering.

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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #3 on: Feb 11, 17, 10:45:44 AM »
White to Tiger Eye Queens are always a pain in the ass.
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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #4 on: Feb 11, 17, 10:52:29 AM »
White to Tiger Eye Queens are always a pain in the ass.

They're making up for not having Dark Jewels by being extra pains in the ass. <3
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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #5 on: Feb 11, 17, 11:08:12 AM »
But... Gudrun wants to be a pain in the ass all on her own, not because of her Jewels!

Discard purchased HERE. Let's try this again?


(On a side note, why is it always that the thing I don't chose at New Year's becomes the thing I need within a month? *sigh*)




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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #6 on: Feb 11, 17, 11:18:50 AM »
Per your purchase of a Discard...

Weighed by Mother Night...

You've risen from the Darkness twice blessed with an uncut Purple Dusk birthright Jewel, and were gifted with an uncut Green Jewel at your offering.

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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #7 on: Mar 11, 17, 06:07:14 PM »
Hey, Dash! Fresh meat ready for review! Come and get 'er! :)




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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #8 on: Mar 11, 17, 07:31:30 PM »
OH IT'S GETTIN.


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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #9 on: Mar 18, 17, 04:31:52 PM »
Ready for round 2!




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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #10 on: Mar 19, 17, 02:59:25 PM »


Most happily. Can't wait to see her in play!
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Re: Gudrun Jollenbeck
« Reply #11 on: Dec 02, 17, 10:36:27 AM »
Please retire this character.




 

 

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