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Author Topic: Magdalena Sydän  (Read 2467 times)

Description: Healer. Rose to Purple Dusk. Played by Raissa.

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    • if darkness blinds you, I will shine to guide you

Magdalena Sydän
« on: Mar 25, 14, 09:59:55 AM »
    The Basics

    Character Name: Magdalena Sydan
    Nicknames: Magda, Mags
    Age: 30 (169 PP)
    Race: Short-Lived
    Caste: Healer
    Birth Territory: Glacia
    Home Territory: Glacia
     
    Birthright Jewel: cut Rose*
    Offering Jewel: cut Purple Dusk*
    *Pending successful petition for jewels assigned (not rolled) on Maarika's sheet
     
    Role: N/A
    Faction: Tornio Province
     
    Appearance

     
    Play By: Elisha Cuthbert
    Distinguishing Features:  Magda is the identical twin of Maarika Sydan. For all that they’re identical in appearance for the most part, there’s a softness to her features and an almost ever-present smile that sets them apart as much as their psychic scents.
     
    Personality

     
    Personality:
     
    It would be very easy to dismiss Magdalena Sydan as a non-entity – and in truth, many citizens in Glacia easily do just that. The epitome of a well-behaved light-jeweled Healer, she is quiet and warm, gentle and cheerful, and she’s utterly giving to a fault. Her life seems to consist of pleasing other people, where none of her own desires enter into the equation and her sister thrives at the cost of her freedom. She seems incapable of holding a grudge or seeing the negative in anyone or anything, and she rarely hesitates to drop almost anything to tend to someone else’s wishes. Because of these things, it’s easy to underestimate her or consider her weak or even simple.
     
    But those qualities hide a quiet, understated strength, because while Magda is all of those things, they are misleading on the surface. Her seeming inability to stand up for herself masks a laid-back temperament; her seeming shyness disguises the fact that she does not want to draw attention to herself and risk hurting her sister’s reputation. Her positive attitude, as at odds as it might seem to be with a lifestyle that some believe can’t be a good one, is in line with the fact that she dwells on what she does have – not what she doesn’t.
     
    While many in the world struggle with what they aren’t and what they’re lacking, Magda has never been subjected to this particular curse. She does not obsess about her flaws, instead delighting in the things that she is good at and drawing confidence from them. She defines her own sense of self – not her mother, not the Dark Religion, not Elisif Brenden. She does not need to be told that she’s pretty, or that she’s talented, or that she’s a good Healer, or anything else positive to think good things about herself: she either is or she isn’t, and all she can do is the best that she can.
     
    The best sometimes includes sacrifices on her part, but every sacrifice that she’s made has been out of love. When Magda made the largest choices of her life – abandoning her dream of traveling, presenting herself as a shy shut-in – she did so because she understood that Maarika could not reach her goals with a light-jeweled twin casting a shadow over her. The fact that it was a conscious choice on her part is undoubtedly what keeps her from bitterness. Maarika never asked her to hide herself away or present her as something unobtrusive and harmless; Magda chose to do so out of the love she bore for her sister, and she has never regretted making that choice for its own sake.
     
    She is aware on some level, though, that her sister teeters dangerously close to the edge of losing her humanity. The frost that permeates the heart of those who claw their way to power in Glacia nibbles at Maarika, and Magda can see the darkness that it casts over her soul. She can see it, but she doesn’t want to see it, and she willfully closes her eyes to the fact on a conscious level. On a subconscious level, though, she strives to be that much better, that much stronger, to be the model her sister needs her to be. It isn’t exactly a hardship; she and Maarika have a far more equal relationship than it seems on the surface. And besides, she gets to spend her days drawing and sculpting, painting and sketching – and healing the minor hurts that those in Court bring to her when they do not want to bother the Court Healer.
     
    Her life might be lonely from time to time, and it might not be the life she envisioned for herself when she was a child, but it is what she makes of it – and she treasures every happy moment that she’s given as though it’ll be her last.
     
    Likes:
     
    • Creation. There’s a reason that Magdalena seems to be constantly creating some piece of artwork: it’s about the journey, not the destination. She enjoys creating art for its own sake, and while she’s actually rather good, it’s about the process itself to her. She spends most of her waking hours painting, sculpting, or sketching, though she does not ask for or need feedback or validation to feel like it’s time well spent.
       
    • Chocolate. Despite the fact that Magda will devour any piece of chocolate that she’s aware of, Maarika won’t let her sister gorge herself on cheap treats; she insists that she has only the best. This means she doesn’t have them as often as she likes and increases her appreciation for them when she is able to get them.
       
    • Her Rooms.  For all that her rooms are her self-imposed cage, they are nonetheless her favorite part of her life. She remains there by choice, the decision to protect her sister made easier by the fact that she absolutely loves the place that’s her own domain. Once, it was a place to escape her mother’s hatred, but now it’s simply her sanctuary. Well-designed, sunlight spills into it at all hours, and gentle witch lamps illuminate it when the sun isn’t shining high overhead. The double doors on either side of her suite are rarely, if ever, locked, as despite the fact that she seems to imply she wants solitude, she welcomes visitors when they come to see her.
    Dislikes:
     
    • Complaining. Magda has never been particularly fond of complaining – it doesn’t change anything, and it seems to encourage people to lose themselves in their bitterness. If it’s worth changing, the effort should be made to change it; otherwise, there’s no sense in getting upset about it. She accepts things as they are and sleeps easier for the lack of stress.
       
    • Giving Up Her Dreams.  Everything that Magda has done has been out of love, and that’s a fact that she’s cognizant of. Because of that, she understands that the sacrifices she has made – giving up on her desire to travel to every corner of Glacia, to meet people and create art from those new experiences – were because it was what was best for her twin. She is not bitter about this fact, though sometimes she wishes things could have been different.
       
    • Drawing Attention to Herself. Her failure to descend to the Opal indelibly marked her as inferior in the eyes of Glacian society, and that fact is something that could damage Maarika’s reputation. If she tried to draw attention to herself, it certainly would, and she wants nothing but the best for her sister. She lacks the ambition that her twin seems almost cursed by, and so she’s willing to let herself appear as something other than what she is in order to protect Maari’s future.
    Fears:
     
    • Losing Her Siblings. Physically as well as emotionally, Magda fears losing the siblings she loves so dearly – who protected her the best they could, much to her shame. The depth of their jewels – or the lack thereof – has created a distance between them, and she’s afraid that their estrangement will only grow in time. She sees a subtle darkness in her twin’s soul that frightens her at times, and so she goes out of her way to soothe her and remind her of the goodness within her. The fact that Jari has not spoken to Maarika in years hurts her heart, and she’s afraid that this will only grow worse in time. More than that, she’s afraid that if something was to happen to Maari, she would not be able to handle it.
       
    • The Truth of Her Mother’s Death. Magda knows the public story of her mother’s death, but the timing of it and the knowledge of her sister’s protectiveness – and in truth, some darkness that seems to cling to her soul – makes her suspect that there was something more to it. She has never asked, though, and Maarika has never volunteered the truth to her. She doesn’t want to know, because she’s not a very good liar and she does not want to have to admit to herself that her twin chose her – a light-jeweled Healer – over their dark-jeweled mother.
       
    • Dying Alone. Rarely does she regret what she has given up for her sister’s sake, but occasionally, Magda wishes that she had someone to share her days and nights with. At the same time, she does not think that she could find someone who understands the depths of her devotion to Maarika, and she absolutely will not be separated from her sister for anyone or anything.
    Craft Strengths:
     
    • Preservation Craft. Through some quirk of Craft, Magda is able to use preservation craft in a way that can be translated into her artwork. She can create a layer, “preserve” it with Craft, and then add other dimensions to a single working. This also seems to nuance into making the colors she uses brighter, more vibrant, and overall more pleasing to the eye because of how they are augmented. It allows her to keep paints for longer than she might otherwise, and to keep things fresh, but she mostly uses this in small doses to add to the complexity of her art.
       
    • Empathic Craft. Magda has an instinctive grasp on empathic craft, to the point where it’s more of an effort to turn it off than to use it. She’s ever aware of the psychic scents comprising emotions and subtle aches and pains, and she reads them and attempts to soothe them without even realizing she’s doing it most of the time.
    Craft Weaknesses:
     
    • Sensing Craft Use. Magda does not always realize when Craft is being used near her. She can make reasonable assumptions – that warming spells have been used when the room starts to warm up, or that compulsions are being used if she does something she didn’t mean to do – but she doesn’t sense the use of the Craft even if the user is lighter jeweled.
       
    • Seduction Craft. Unlike her sister and her mother, she has no intention of using her feminine wiles to get what she wants. She doesn’t have much experience in this particular area, and though sometimes she misses that sort of intimacy, it’s not something she thinks about all that much. She’s too devoted to her sister’s well-being to risk this sort of connection with someone else – and as somewhat of a romantic, she doesn’t see that this sort of Craft could lead to anything but love.
    Life Story

    Family:
     
    Mother:
    Loviisa Sydan (nee Aalto), Rose to Opal Witch (deceased).
     
    Father:
    Akseli Sydan, Purple Dusk to Green Warlord (deceased).
     
    Siblings:
    Maarika Sydan-Harmaa, Rose to Opal Queen, 30 (identical twin).
    Jari, 19.
     
    History:
     
    When Loviisa Sydan approached a Healer with the demand for twins, she did so with the understanding that she would not only be blessed with two perfect children – but that they would be equally blessed in turn at every step of the way. They would fulfill her staggeringly high expectations because they were her children. How could they not excel when she doted upon them and ensured that they had everything they ever could have needed?
     
    As youths, Magdalena and Maarika were extremely close, a fact only made stronger by their shared birthright jewel and the fact that their mother had so much faith in them. Magda idolized her mother and sister, content to let them take the spotlight so that she could admire and praise them, basking in their successes as though they were her own. It gave her time to indulge in the pursuits she wanted to – playing Healer with her toys, learning how to draw, paint, sketch, and sculpt and then learning how to use her Craft to augment her artwork.
     
    It wasn’t as though she shied away from social situations or from making friends; she didn’t. She was simply content to let those who craved attention have it, because she felt that she benefited from it. She was quieter than her twin, but she had no fewer friends for it, and she was content to live her life as it was. There were few things she wanted, because she always found the positive side of everything and it was hard for her to put into words things that she wanted when she was too busy being grateful for what she did have.
     
    She did dream of traveling when she was older, though, and the only true fight that she can remember having with Maarika was when she told her twin that she did not want to serve in any court as the Court Healer. She wanted to spend time with her sister, certainly, but she also wanted to go out and meet people, to see the whole of the territory she called her home and create art in every corner. Maarika did not take it well, but for once, Magda did not back down. She knew her sister could find another Court Healer who would be every bit as good as she was or better, and perhaps in time when she’d sated her need for travel, she’d settle down.
     
    She accepted the jewel that she’d been gifted at her Birthright as a token of Mother Night; if she was meant to have a dark jewel at her Offering, she would receive it. If she wasn’t, well, she wasn’t. That way of thinking turned out to be prophetic, for even as her sister won her personal challenge with the Darkness and received the Opal, Magda received the Purple Dusk. She was too busy being grateful that she’d received a jewel at all to understand that everything had changed – because those in Glacia were never happy with what they had, it seemed, and they had to attempt to press their beliefs on everyone else. Not that, of course, she said that aloud.
     
    She might have taken it harder, even with her usual positive outlook, if it had not been for the fact that Maarika treated her no differently. Her twin was the only person who could have poked holes in her self-esteem, and a great deal of her strength in the early days after she received her light Offering was derived from her sister’s love – from her sister’s love, and from her brother’s. It certainly did not come from her mother, who saw the Purple Dusk as a visual reminder of the slap in the face one of her perfect, darling twins dared to give her, and her father had died in combat before this became anything more than a chance.
     
    But it didn’t take long for Magda to realize that everything had changed, because her mother’s vehement anger did not diminish over time. If anything, it became worse, and her sharp words and insidious abuse grew to the point where Maarika and Jari were attempting to interject themselves to protect her. She tried to ask them not to, not wanting them to get in the way of their mother’s wrath, but both of them ignored her. Any time they were home, they stood in the way as best as they could, and when Maarika ascended to the head of the household, she outright demanded that Loviisa stop.
     
    That command only altered the dynamic instead of ending it, making it so that their mother turned to subtler means to humiliate and mistreat her daughter. Magda did not know how to handle it; never the type to raise a fuss about anything and not wanting to cause problems for Maarika as she started her ascension to power, she simply ignored it the best she could. She spent her days ensconced in her rooms, creating works of art that covered her walls.
     
    But that only made it easier for her mother to start breaking down her self-esteem, little by little. More than once while her mother visited her in her rooms, demanding that she clean up the mess she was making with her art, she found herself tripping or stumbling. She ruined so many sculptures that she stopped making them for a long time, though she never told Maarika why. She simply didn’t see any reason in telling her what her suspicions were; she’d never felt Craft being used, and it was possible she’d just been clumsy – never mind that she was never that clumsy on her own.
     
    Quietly, Magda replaced the items that broke in her presence throughout the house from her own allowance of funds at her mother’s “suggestion,” never wanting to trouble her sister with them. Many times, she didn’t even tell anyone – even the servants – that she had broken something. She simply replaced it, and her misery grew. She had less and less money to spend on her art supplies, and the lack began to show when she got to the end of her reserves. Loviisa’s sidelong comments and hateful responses made her retreat into her shell, and she found it harder and harder to cling to her positive attitude.
     
    Even though she tried to hide what was happening from Maarika – something that should have been easy, considering how busy the young woman was in building up her life, in training at the Province Court and in living the life that Magda was determined her twin should have – it didn’t work. Her sister always seemed to know, and for all that Magda tried to convince her that it wasn’t worth getting upset about – that it might damage her reputation if people knew she was favoring her light jeweled sister over her dark jeweled mother – Maarika was always too stubborn. Too stubborn, and too canny, always ready with an excuse or justification.
     
    The last straw came after Magdalena had exhausted her savings on replacing items in the house. Maarika had been gone for a few days, and Loviisa had taken advantage of that fact to press her further than she ever had before. Even Jari could not stand in the way of their mother insisting that since Magda could no longer pay to replace the items her clumsiness had broken, she could do chores around the house to make up for it. She ordered the servants to step aside and had Magdalena take over the cleaning.
     
    By the end of the third day of this treatment, Magda was exhausted and sore, and this time when she knocked over a tray of dishes onto the floor, she didn’t actually know if her mother had caused it (she had). Loviisa only watched her coldly as her daughter devolved into tears, telling her to clean it up and leaving to eat supper. Maarika found her there, surrounded by broken dishes, in tears and bloody from where she’d been cut from where she’d tried to pick them up – without Craft, because she’d already drained her reserves almost to the point of breaking over the past few days.
     
    No matter how angry Maarika might have been with their mother, she did not take it out on her twin, and she spent the next hour trying to calm down her hysterical sibling. It was at that time that she found out where all of Magda’s money went – and that her frantic sibling thought that she’d have to pay to replace all of the dishes she’d broken, too. But that was the last time that Loviisa was ever permitted to hurt Magda – and that was the last time Magda ever saw her mother.
     
    The next thing she heard, Loviisa was dead, having confessed to the crime of harming Landens to her Queen daughter and been punished for it. Magdalena never believed the polite lie; she had seen a darkness growing in her twin that frightened and worried her. But she did not want to know; she did not think she could bear to know. So Magda never asked what had happened – and Maarika never told her.
     
    After their mother’s death, everything changed again. Jari left, going to live with the Landens and turning his back on Maarika for reasons that Magdalena never understood. She’s tried to keep in touch with him over the past three years, but she doesn’t get to speak to him nearly as much as she’d like. She has been happy since then, truly happy in a way that was denied her for some time while her mother ran her into the ground, but she mourns what she sees happening to Maarika – fears for her, too, especially when she sees her and Jon.
     
    The fact that her sister chose to wed him as a form of punishment bothers her, especially with how kind the man is to her. It’s not that she doesn’t believe her sister – or that she doesn’t know that her sister has a nasty streak, for all that it was never turned on her – but more that she wishes they could come to some sort of accord. They’re both miserable, and it’s hard for her to see it. They each have each other, and if they’d only accept it, it could change so much.
     
    As the days pass and the time arrives for her to be collared – at her own sister’s hands – Magdalena is calm about the entire thing. She knows that Maarika would never use the device against her, and it will be nothing more than a piece of jewelry. It’s necessary for the Queen to continue to rule, and she would never, ever ask for her sister to step down for her sake. Though it’s been offered that she could run away from Glacia, she sees nothing in a life without her sister, without the family that she has – and she knows all too well what would happen to Maarika if she disappeared.

    Show Us What You've Got

     
    Character in Play:
     
    When they were younger, the twins had shared so much. Thoughts and emotions, allowing their innermost barriers to brush one another's as they shared memories and everything that went with them, and so much more. It was part of what had drawn them together as tightly as they were, winding them around one another in such a way. It was impossible, after all, not to trust someone who had seen your innermost fears and desires, who knew you in ways that no one else did. That no one else was meant to.

    And yet... when they'd been young, it hadn't mattered. The secrets that they'd shared had been frivolous at times, sad at others, but they had not been anything truly dangerous. Not like the past few years. Not like when their mother had been determined to drive her into madness. Not like when she'd started having to avoid looking into certain corners of her sister's mind, too afraid of what she was beginning to see - and too ashamed to admit even to herself that she refused to look. Not like when she wondered if she'd read that note from Jonothan in the right context, if he was involved in things that could truly endanger her sister.

    But everything had changed, and Magdalena did not know what to make of it. She hid nothing from Maarika, and Maarika hid nothing from her... but sometimes she wondered if it would be easier if they did. Or maybe it would be worse; maybe their connection and the trust that it implied was all that they had.

    Her fingers continued to work, gently but with confidence, on her twin's, massaging away any aches and pains that she could find. She listened to the words that her twin uttered, considering each and every one of them and weighing them as though they would suddenly change - as though they would become less true sometimes. And suddenly... the meaning of that letter made even more sense, the dots connecting as she realized just what event he'd been referring to.

    Magda met her sister's eyes, and she never even flinched. When she'd first heard about the collars, she'd known it was only a matter of time, and she'd long since made her peace with the idea that she'd be wearing one. She felt the wall go up between them, and she felt the resulting ache, the hurt that she felt from being cut off. She knew it meant that Maarika was about to lie - was about to do something that neither of them was going to like. But she only smiled, because that was Maarika - and she knew it.

    She shook her head, and she stopped rubbing her sister's hands. She gathered them both in her own, gently squeezing them, and she spoke softly in turn, "No." She shook her head again, and for all that she spoke that word so rarely - even more rarely, to her beloved sister - it came easier the second time. "No. Maarika," she used her twin's full name, then, her tone gentle but unyielding, "This isn't a decision you get to make for me. It's my choice. I want to stay - here, with you. Where I can see that you're safe. Someone has to take care of you."
     
    Petitions (if any):

    Jewel Rank Requesting:

    Rose to Purple Dusk

    Reasons For Requesting this Birthright:

    Magdalena essentially functions as Maarika’s conscience – as a living reminder that Elisif Brenden is wrong. Without her twin, Maarika could easily become another Sif, obsessed with ambition without regard for the lives that are affected by that thirst for power. To this end, Magdalena needs to be light-jeweled.
     
    However, as the Sydan twins were written, it’s equally critical that Magdalena had a chance at a full descent where she might not shame her mother. Without that chance, she would have been treated as awfully as she was after her Offering ceremony, and she surely would not have developed into the quietly confident, self-assured beacon of strength that she is for her sister. Rose is the darkest she needs to be for this to happen, but she does need to be at least that dark to have the option of descending to the equivalent of a dark jewel in Glacia.
     
    The power dynamics in Glacia are very clear, and that fine edge between Purple Dusk and Opal is something that I’m interested in playing out with a character who still retains her free will – a character who does not resent her lot in life, who has not been conditioned into hating herself or her jewel, a character who has no strong feelings on the Dark Religion. I know I have several healers in Glacia, and this is not even the only one of this jewel set that I have – but this is a chance to play someone I’m eager to explore – an unlikely hero for a Queen who has the potential to be a savior or another villain.
     
    Furthermore, this is the adoption of a current NPC whose jewels were assigned (and not rolled) to fill a particular hole in the Tornio plots. Any other jewels would invalidate much of Maarika’s application and references that have been made to the character.

    Plans for this Character:

    With smuggling coming to Tornio - Maarika being asked to look into it, Finn having a vicious satisfaction in seeing it shut down, Jon having his own motivations, Severin bringing Sanna into his world - they're going to have to confront it pretty heavily. Magdalena isn't interested in helping in smuggling, because she doesn't want to risk harming her sister. However, the idea of not helping is going to be as difficult for her, and this may end up being the nudge that Maar needs to get involved in smuggling - or it could be enough for both of them to decide to stay well out of it.

    Her brother Jari (currently NPC) lives in the Landen village of Randers; Mags is going to start visiting him there and will interact with the PCs based out of there.

    For the most part, Magda's plots center around the Court of Tornio - and soon, Randers. She won't be going out too much, but at the same time, there are plenty of people she will be interacting with in the Court - which seems to have growing sympathies for the Underground.

    As someone who's spent her life trying not to be noticed, trying not to raise a fuss, and above all supporting her sister, this is going to be a hard thing for Magda, and I'm very interested in playing this journey out.

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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #1 on: Mar 25, 14, 10:28:52 AM »
    As per request for a general roll

    Weighed by Mother Night...

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

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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #2 on: Mar 25, 14, 10:38:16 AM »
    I would like to give Raissa my Rose-Opal roll from Winsol please!
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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #3 on: Mar 25, 14, 10:43:30 AM »
    That'd be done in the points thread as well, for tracking purposes =)
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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #4 on: Mar 25, 14, 10:52:21 AM »
    Right! Makes sense. Done!
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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #5 on: Mar 25, 14, 10:54:10 AM »
    And then can we please reduce this lovely gift to Rose to Purple Dusk, please and thank you!


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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #6 on: Mar 25, 14, 04:28:03 PM »
    Please discard roll per purchase: http://forums.bloodrites.net/points-scheme/(march)-points-transactions-6748/msg54319/#msg54319.

    I will be petitioning for Rose to Purple Dusk, as assigned on Maarika's sheet. Can I please get cut/uncut rolls pending successful petition? Thanks!


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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #7 on: Mar 26, 14, 12:39:20 AM »
    Per Successful Petition

    Weighed by Mother Night...

    You've risen from the Darkness twice blessed with a cut Rose birthright Jewel, and were gifted with a cut Purple Dusk Jewel at your offering.

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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #8 on: Mar 26, 14, 06:26:05 AM »
    Magda is ready for review.


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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #9 on: Mar 26, 14, 03:45:39 PM »
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    Re: Magdalena Sydän
    « Reply #10 on: Oct 06, 14, 05:14:23 PM »
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