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Author Topic: Shanti Jha  (Read 1136 times)

Description: Preistess. Purple Dusk to Sapphire. Played by Idariel.

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Shanti Jha
« on: Dec 03, 17, 01:42:15 AM »
The Basics

Character Name: Shanti (peace) Jha (instructor/Priest)
Nicknames:
Age & Birthyear: 32 b. 160 AP
Race: Short lived, pure Nharkava
Caste: Priestess
Birth Territory: Nharkava
Home Territory: Nharkava 

Birthright Jewel: cut Purple Dusk
Offering Jewel: cut Sapphire

Jewels From Devesh’s Family Rolls.

Role: Black Lotus of the Sekhalasi
Faction: Padmalaya Estate

Appearance



Play By: Rasika Navare

Distinguishing Features
Something in her gaze and shear presence can be intimidating, despite standing at only 5’7.
Shanti is muscled and toned like a warrior.

Personality

Personality:

There are Priestesses one seeks out to comfort the soul.
There are Priestesses born to tend to the people.
And then, there are those whose purpose is not the care of mortal beings, but Divine will.

Shanti is closer, in every way, to the Darkness than to the light of day. She feels the deep currents of the Abyss far more keenly than the air kissing her cheek. She longs for Enlightenment, that final oneness with the Darkness, yet not while Nharkava still needs her. Her life has become a careful balancing act, as she is fights to protect what is hers, and to keep her soul from warping so far out of true that she cannot achieve Enlightenment.

But she would risk even that, before betraying the principles of the Sekhalasi.

This dichotomy colors nearly everything she does, from the passionately tender to the fiercely destructive. She is focused, utterly committed to her goals. No action taken is without purpose, no word spoken that is not ultimately focused upon her path.

To those of Nharkava, Shanti’s soul has seen many turns on the wheel of fate. She has mastered each Caste in a previous iteration; she has only the lessons of this life left to her. Her inner, spiritual life is of more value to her than power, fame or wealth. Shanti and Devesh have visited nearly every sacred shrine and holy site within Nharkvaka. This broad travel across not mere physical distance but social divides and personal beliefs has widened and deepened her understanding of spirituality.

This, as well, strengthened her knowledge and power. There are rituals she and Devesh are developing, synthesized from different traditions, temples and gurus they have visited. When not traveling, containing spirits, or monitoring Devesh she is focused upon preserving, teaching and expanding these forbidden, hidden truths.

Nothing means more to her than that.

Shanti can appear cold, driven by this great need for deeper understanding and direction. She is not easily moved to hasty action by random emotion or even violent passion. She feels these things, but she leashes them with all the will and fervor of a Warlord Prince chaining his beast.
She observes the world carefully, and strikes swiftly. She measures her words precisely, and does not waste her precious time in light pursuits.

Shanti does not wonder if she has found her path; she knows she has. She does not fear her eventual unity with the Darkness, it is inevitable. It might be delayed, if there is need for her, but it is not, could not be, at risk. This great confidence is rooted in where and how she was raised, as well as the deeper, centered faith of an old soul. The result of a perfect confluence between natural inclination and ideal upbringing for her personalty and Caste.


The Sekhali dances forbidden by Glacia, and all of the power they provoke, bring her closer to the divine than anything save invoking those rituals with Devesh. Power resonates within her; everything she does is more powerful, more clear, more sure with movement.

Priestesses have long been tasked with easing the natural departure of a soul or spirit from the physical vessel binding it to this world. This particular aspect of the Priestess Craft resonates deeply within her. The opening and closing of inner gates, the sliding of one soul past another, is worship at its truest. This is something few people understand, and the single most powerful draw she has to Devesh; he, too, knows that there is great power in death.

Because she is an old soul, with aspects of each Caste in her personality, Shanti has vast faith in her own decisions and intuitions. There is little of self-doubt in her, no room for hesitation or half measures. When she renders a judgement, or assigns a penance, they will be ruthless and effective, both.

Wise beyond her years, Shanti was never truly a child. She played and laughed, but was prone to sudden, sharp intuitions and a profound sense of duty that came from within. She felt the spirits of the land, even as a child. As such, she has rarely known anything like loneliness, nor does social isolation bother her.

The Darkness and the Spirits can find her anywhere.


Likes:
  • 1 Learning. Shanti is prone to assigning her sharp attention to detail and deep love of learning to her time as a Prince, rather than the subtle influence of Devesh in her life. Either way, she wanders freely in homes, studies pictures, pokes in drawers without self-consciousness or hesitation. She is on a mission from the divine.
  • 2 Ceremony & Ritual. Shanti loves rituals; her rituals. Of dance, joy, and utter surrender to the divine. But in truth, she loves the smaller, more intimate rituals of daily spiritually just as much. She believes this pull is from her time as a Landen, hosting one of the Great Eight.
  • 3 Passion. Shanti feels deeply; believes passionately, yearns profoundly. She does not let these things control her, but she acknowledges them in her most private rituals and meditations. Every person is responsible for their passions; both controlling them, in a physical sense and discovering it in a spiritual sense. Focus and control are to be sought after, so that passion cannot trump duty, yet fulfillment requires both. In this, she is sometimes said to seek a balance similar to that a Warlord Prince must learn; she only smirks.

    Dislikes:
  • 1 Chaos. Shanti hates chaos. She believes that the disarray and grief that has plagued her people for so long is the direct result of chaos and inner turmoil. The chaos and violence of the outer world reflects a failure of an inner spiritual journey. If people were allowed to fulfill their purpose, the lesson inherent in the Caste to which they were born, then Nharkava would be steady, stable, and above all, ordered. Like a Warlord’s ability to calm rage, she believes that if everyone understood the Wheel of Fate, it would soothe egos and prevent the chaos she so hates.
  • 2 Short Sightedness. Just as a skilled Black Widow carefully spins many webs before choosing a path, so people are responsible for thinking through their actions. From failing to consider the consequences of hasty speech to releasing the hoarded spirts of the Sekhalasi, Shanti despises people who think only of the ‘now.’
  • 3 False Faith. Shanti cannot say which she hates more. First, those who believe in the old ways but profess to follow the Dark Religion because it is politically expedient. Or Second,  those who violently reject the Dark Religion, claiming to believe in Nharvaka’s faith in order to avoid being collared. Both are deeply wrong; the truth of one’s soul cannot be revealed if it is submerged under fear or greed. These sorts of liars had best never come to Shanti for absolution.
     
    Fears:
  • 1 Landen Rebellion. Queens rule. Not through the powers of the sword, but because they are the Heart of the Blood. How can Landens rule, when they have no heart? How dark, how violent would the Blood become under such a rule? The only way for the two races to live in harmony is for each to remember their place on the Wheel of Fate. Shanti fears not merely what the Rebellion would do to individual Blood, but to the entire Territory.
  • 2 Devesh’s devotion to his spiritual journey. if Shanti has a weakness, it is that she dislikes thinking of herself only as a witch. Her pride is such that she sees herself as so much more than that. Yet it is this infinitely human portion of herself that understands the greatest threat to her heart is for Devesh to decide his spiritual growth requires him to act against her. Against the Sekhalasi. There is no doubt she will slay him the moment he falls to this. Yet her heart is utterly certain he will.
  • 3 Loosing the Sekhalasi. Even more than the Priestess, it is the Healer within that deplores what would happen to Nharkava were the Sekhalasi destroyed, or worse yet ... released their Craft and power upon the world. Shanti believes that it is a myth that the lack of Queens made their people starve. In truth, the jungle was always a lush paradise. The land always had and always will grow. Life is ever more powerful than death. It was the spirits, loosened to wreak havoc upon her people by the Purge, which made it impossibly dangerous to work the land and reap its bounty.

    Craft Strengths:
  • 1 Death Magic. Shanti is an avenging Priestess, a member of the Black Lotus. She has excelled in the fighting forms, but is best pleased by the ability to slay through Craft alone. Given sufficient time, preparation and black lotus powder, Shanti can turn someone into ash. She must spend from dusk to dawn in an intense, private ritual wherein she imbues both her Craft, and the Psychic Signature of her target onto a Black Lotus Flower. She releases the power of her Jewels through the sacred flower; as the flower burns to ash, the death spell begins. The target begins to burn, and degrades until sundown, at which they will become a pile of ash if no help has been found. This takes a profound amount of her Jewel strength; nearly the full strength of her Offering for someone of equal Jewels.
  • 2 Ceremonial Magic. From the forbidden dances of the Sekhalasi, to the far more rare and hidden Craft of binding spirits, Shanti is gifted with Ceremonial Magic. She has leaned many ways to channel and share power, though all of them involve dance. Rituals require other priestesses or priests, and is exponentially more powerful when both are represented.

    Craft Weaknesses:
  • 1 Mind Craft: Compulsion, Deception, Emotional Manipulation. Shanti was trained to kill, not to deceive. She was never intended to bring in recruits, or tend to the flock. She was not trained in these things; but now she desperately wishes she could do them. A mild compulsion would save lives, and help conceal her deeper work. Deception Craft would save her own life, or Devesh’s. And Emotional Manipulation can make suspicious or curious people look the other way. Now, she must risk her own raw skill to accomplish goals less than the death of her target.
  • 2 Jewel Management: Connecting to the Darkness. Shanti feels the Darkness; she longs for the Abyss. Her fascination with the depths means that she is unsafe to do so alone, for she looses all sense of time or the physical world. When filling her own reservoirs, she will be gone for days without an Acolyte, Seeker or parishioner to call her back. As she must always be stronger than Devesh, she can neither permit him to help with her personal ritual nor let her reserves draw down below his.

    Life Story

    Family:


    Immediate Family and Significant People
    Mother: Esha Jha, 52 as of 192 AP, b. 140 AP, White to Rose witch.
    Father: *Chetan Jha, 60 as of 192 AP, b. 132 AP, Tiger Eye to Summer Sky Warlord.
    Younger Brother: *Javed Jha, 30 as of 192 AP, b. 162 AP. Tiger Eye to Purple Dusk Warlord.

    People of note:
  • *Kalyan Mishra, 40 as of 192 AP, b. 158 AP. Summer Sky to Green Warlord. Master of the Guard for Jha village and temple.
  • *Shailaja Jha 65 as of 192 AP, b. 127 AP, Tiger Eye to Summer Sky, Temple Priestess and Aunt.

    * Jewels from Shanti’s family rolls.

    History:

    There is always a Priestess, at the mountain village of Jha where Shanti was born. The shrine there calls to her Caste, and since before ‘Nar Kave’ had even its first Province, the hidden cave complex that overlooks Ladakh Lake has been known as a holy place. The village winds in and out of the complex, hard to spot by air or land, and difficult to scry due to latent power. The Winds are unpredictable and there is not even a Landing Pad. Hidden within the Holy Mountain Range of the Ladakh Mountains, it is likely that no outsider, Eyrien or Glacian, has ever set foot here. The beautiful temple plunges deep into the earth, yet boasts secret, sunlit grottos. The homes here have stone scroll work and shaped trees that are said to be the work of the Dea al Mon, or the spirits themselves.

    The Village has always been small, growing little over the millennia. While it attracts Seekers of Wisdom, many of the local youths find the slow paced, introspective life of the village unbearable. But not so Shanti; she felt no lack of playmates nor restless desire to see the outer world. The inner one transfixed her. Upon her Birthright in 168, she began training with her Aunt, the Temple Priestess. Shanti grew up in the Sekhalasi tradition of her foremothers, without pain or conflict. Her brother Javed was more restless, lacking her great focus and confidence.

    By 12, in 172, Shanti ardently desired to bond with a spirit. She entered the deeper, harsher discipline for those to whom such a destiny would be entrusted. Self control, wisdom, and a deep knowledge of the self were all required, lest the bonding go poorly or the spirt wrest unwilling control from the host. Pain became a part of her life then, though not as something to fear, but a tool used to hone her mind body and spirit. Worried for her, her younger brother began to spar and train with her. Combat training came easily to Shanti, precise because she was free of the self-doubt and worry that plagued so many.

    When Shanti was only 16, she took a life for the first time. To this point, she had never killed an animal or bug, never eaten meat. And now, she had killed not merely tiny, sweet creature, but a Priestess. The event has shaped and marked her like nothing else in her life. A small group of pre-Offering Priestesses were practicing, raising power with the glory of dance and abandon to Mother Night. They danced and danced, feeling the world respond without understanding what it was they felt. The power pooled and coalesced, jumping from young dancer to young dancer. It was not until the eldest of them, Bimala, just approaching her Offering, blasted the entire grove they danced in with an unfocused and unrestrained Power Bolt that Shanti realized they had unwittingly summoned a spirit.

    Bimala laughed freely, wildly, power glowing around her. Her Tiger Eye, though lighter than Shanti’s Purple Dusk, was profoundly enhanced. The other dancers, still entranced, danced on, despite the blood pouring from their bodies.

    Shanti had been training to accept a Spirit, and that ferocious and brutal training gave her the will, courage and skills to act. She could not best Bimala with Craft; power seared and burned around the young lady. The Spirit had neither the care nor understanding that such use would break it’s host, mind, body and Jewel. Shanti fought free of the enthrallment, changed the course of the dance to move closer to Bimala - and stabbed her friend through the heart.

    In that moment of vast grief, the spirit sought purchase in her own soul. It was the most brutal, painful and difficult moment of her life. It honed the certainty and focused will she had, and taught her to treat all Ritual and Ceremony with great respect. She released Bimala to find rebirth upon the Wheel, and fought to contain the spirit until their elders arrived.

    Shanti knows, first hand, why the spirits are deadly, why the vast store of them collected by the Sekhalasi cannot ever be released. Her will and courage brought her to the attention not merely of the ancient guardians of the spirits, but to the Black Lotus.

    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

    Her training as one of those fearless, focused assassins, who warded the guardians of the Sekhalasi sect, began in that moment. She did not even return to her home, but was taken straight to a secret compound. She spent three years there, of which she will not speak.

    But she came back colder, harder, more honed. More sure of herself.

    And one of the fiercest warriors in her village.

    Shanti was just 18 when she returned in 178. It was time for her Virgin Night, and obviously that could not happen in the sanctum of the Black Lotus. So she came to request such aid from the Master of the Guard of the Jha Village and Temple. Trusted, skilled and unafraid of the raw power a Black Lotus of the Sekhalasi represented, he saw her through her Virgin Night with grace and care. But she did not have much time to explore the sensual; she had less than two years to master the skills of her sect, and present herself to the Darkness for her Offering. There were deep concerns and fears within the whole of the Sekhalasi, for a cold wind blew in from the North.

    Glacia.

    The nearly incomprehensible doctrine of the Dark Religion had come upon the heals of the Queens sent to save Nharkava. Out of fear or greed, a shocking number of grown Priestesses were abandoning the ancient ways, to follow Glacia’s colder, darker heart. This was a terrible threat that could not be allowed; how long before the Tri-Casted Priestess Black Widow Queen of Glacia claimed the hoarded of bound Spirits for her own?

    Shanti’s Offering, in 180 was a grim affair.

    The Glacians shattered Blood Law, Protocol and basic human dignity in search of entitlement and power. This was exemplified in the brutal, unconscionable murder of Rose Neela. Shanti knew, from the moment she surfaced from the depths of the Abyss with a Sapphire in her hand, that she would stand sentinel and guard between Nharvaka and all of the world.

    Someday, she plans to slip her knife into Elisif Brenden’s heart. Not for anger, or hatred. But to release that tormented, twisted soul to either her final rest, or absolution in a new, humbler, less complicated life.

    Shanti went straight from her Offering into formal, full membership in the Black Lotus. While normally she wears no sigil or sign of her loyalties, she has a Craft fused crystal containing a rose lotus nearly always on her person. It’s layers reflect the lessons of her life, yet all are blended in a subtle code held deep within her heart.

    An elite group of Black Lotus were assigned to hunt those of the Priestesses who risked revealing secrets best left alone to the Glacians. Shanti’s first kill as a Black Lotus was within months of her Offering; another Dark Jeweled Sekhalasi, who had taken the Dark Religion to heart. This apostate had to be stopped; she planned to take two of the Light Jeweled who hosted spirits into Glacia, in order to prove her rantings were more than hear-say.

    And when one of the young, idealistic hosts turned upon Shanti, determined to prove to Glacia that Light Jewels could be trusted and were of worth? There was only one possible response, and Shanti did not hesitate. Even more than the second, harder kill, it was Shanti’s ability to stop, at that point, rather than killing the second young Priestess as well that led to Shanti’s longest running appointment.

    It shouldn’t take over a decade to carry out a mission, but Devesh is not an ordinary sort of mission. It was in 182 that Shanti was formally charged with testing Devesh’s soul and spirit, to see if he needed to die for the knowledge he’d unearthed and the driving schism in his soul. Nharvaka could not be risked on a Dual Caste who had already failed Mother’s Night’s test for his previous life.

    To Shanti’s surprise, she fit easily into the roll of keeper and executioner. Devesh did not resent her presence; rather it comforted and focused him. He knew well that she would not permit him to slip too far. And he offered her a wider, broader understanding of worship, in all of its forms. Due to their constant travel from remote shrine to guru, from wealthy holy temples to forgotten sacred groves, Shanti knows the Ceremonies and Rituals not only of her own rare sect, but of each group and population that inhabits Nharvaka.

    184 saw the rise of the Landen Rebellion. Shanti thinks it is madness, wishful thinking at its worst. Landen cannot rule Blood, because they cannot ease the vast and tumultuous passions that reside in the heart of the calmest of them. What worries Shanti more, is that the abuse of Landen which sparked the Rebellion is foreign to both Glacia’s Dark Religion and Nharkava’s own culture. So where did it come from? Is there yet another power stirring trouble in Nharkava? Could it be the  spirits of the Great Eight themselves, desiring a return to deity status?

    Shanti and Devesh travelled, assisting the Friends of Rose Neela; Protecting Landen and Blood alike. Devesh even insisted upon working with the Rebellion, from time to time, as the lesser of several evils. The two set into a comfortable partnership; if she centered Devesh, he pushed her to question. If she comforted him by her constancy in his life, he disturbed her for how fast he grew and changed. If her calm, cool demeanor and lack of drama or emotion drew him to shelter in her presence, his warmth thawed the cold of the assassin’s soul.

    There is an intimacy and honesty to their relationship that Shanti has found nowhere else. She will mourn it, when it is gone; because she sees his sharp mind and determination to please the Darkness as a deep, aggressive pride that will lead him inevitably into conflict. If he does not force her to kill him, he will provoke Glacia into doing so.

    In 191, the Glacian Territory Court destroyed both their own people and Shanti’s in an insane response to a kidnaping. Most of the Friends of Rose Neela perished in that brutal attack. Queen Mahamari Rien was dead. Shanti’s friends were dead. Fall of that year a new Glacian infection took up residence in Orissa itself. Lady Maarika Sydan-Harmaa and her Red Jeweled Triangle.

    The news of the deadly strike at Orissa pushed Devesh into a new path, and perforce, Shanti went with him. She knew village life, and the life of a nomad. She knew assassination and rebellion. Perhaps the one path she was unprepared for, was that of a noble lady upon the luxurious Padmalaya  Estate. 

    In 192, a false calm had settled over the Territory.


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    The Night pulsed, Shanti’s feet beating the ground in a rhythm so primal and pure that the trees swayed and the night wind sighed over her velvet skin in counterpoint. Beads of sweat became stars upon her dusky flesh, reflected and refracted against the inky blackness of a moonless night. What faint illumination there was in that dark place came from the caress of sacred candles against Shanti’s twirling, sinuous body.

    *Dance with me, Devesh.*

    Shanti’s Psychic presence was ephemeral, pulsing in and out of existence in time to her movements. It was as if she might simply step across the divide of flesh and spirit, to vanish into the Darkness as the refined glory of her soul promised. Her thoughts did not so much twine with his, as rise up from that place in his soul where his Jewels rested. She resonated with each and every Ceremony and Ritual performed between them. It might be odd, that juxtaposition of scarcely there, and deeply anchored. Or not; he’d known her a very long time.

    *The Darkness calls to us. Dance.*

    Glory shone in her eyes, imbued her body as she leapt and twirled. The scent of her wove through the cleaning, strengthening as she danced. The movement refined, purified, burning away the concerns that would darken another soul.

    Not Shanti’s.

    Ancient, refined and unmarred, her soul was unshielded, bared to those who knew how to look. Power swirled around her; sparks trailed from her limbs in a luminous shadow as she danced. The earth echoed the pounding of her feet in with a deep, sensual thrum. Rapture threatened in each movement, every step. Glory and risk; invitation and threat. It was if she might just reach perfection, there in front of Devesh’s eyes, and simply become one with Darkness all in that moment.



    But they could dance.



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Re: Shanti Jha
« Reply #1 on: Dec 03, 17, 01:43:59 AM »
Hello!

May I please get cut/uncut rolls and have applied the Purple Dusk to Sapphire

Jewels From Davesh Family Rolls.

And five family rolls, please!!

Thank you!







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Re: Shanti Jha
« Reply #2 on: Dec 03, 17, 01:02:46 PM »
Weighed by Mother Night...

You've risen from the Darkness twice blessed with a cut Purple Dusk Birthright Jewel, and were gifted with a cut Sapphire Jewel at your Offering.

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Congratulations!



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Re: Shanti Jha
« Reply #3 on: Dec 04, 17, 03:54:24 AM »
Devesh mentions are gooder than good, they're great!

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Re: Shanti Jha
« Reply #4 on: Dec 04, 17, 04:06:28 AM »
Please apply the ratio balancer I purchased here:

http://www.bloodrites.net/points-scheme/(december)-points-transactions-12273/


And Shanti is ready for review!








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Re: Shanti Jha
« Reply #5 on: Dec 04, 17, 10:53:11 AM »
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Re: Shanti Jha
« Reply #6 on: Dec 08, 17, 01:37:18 PM »

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Re: Shanti Jha
« Reply #7 on: Dec 10, 17, 02:54:57 AM »
She’d ready for round two!

Thank you for a lovely review!!

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Re: Shanti Jha
« Reply #9 on: Dec 10, 17, 03:04:50 PM »
Yay! There you go; ready for round 3;  I think I got the final edits correct!

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Re: Shanti Jha
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