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Author Topic: Delara al-Latifh  (Read 284 times)

Description: Healer. Summer Sky to Purple Dusk. Played by EmberRose.

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Delara al-Latifh
« on: Mar 11, 18, 07:25:11 PM »
The Basics

Character Name: Delara al-Latifh
Nicknames: Del, Lara
Age and Birth Year: 20 yrs (173 AP)
Race:  Short Lived
Caste:  Healer
Birth Territory: Pruul, Terreille
Home Territory: Pruul, Terreille

Birthright Jewel: cut Summer Sky
Offering Jewel:  cut Purple Dusk

Role: Court Healer
Faction: Tabur Clan Court

Appearance

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Distinguishing Features: Her eyes are a startling clear blue like the sky overhead.  She also has a pair of tattoos; a multicolored feather that wraps around her wrist and a second text only tattoo of the words "My enemy is Death" follows her spine from neck to waist.
 

Personality


Personality: Delara tends to wear clothes that are both easy to move in and will stay out of her way when she is performing her duties and she has little use for jewelry or fine clothes (they would probably get ruined eventually so why bother with them).  She keeps her hair long but pulled back into a braid most of the time or up in a complicated series of braids that keep it out of her face.  It is very rare to see her with her down she usually only wears it loose when she is relaxing in her private quarters.  The colors of the feather on her wrist match the Jewels of her grandmother and the members of her family killed by the Kalurops Tribe (for those without Jewels she used Latifh yellow).  It is her private memorial to them and a remainder never to forget what happened that night. 

Delara is incredibly responsible.  She will always put the needs of others before her own to the point of sacrificing her own health if need be to ensure theirs.  Her own interests and needs can sometimes be set aside and forgotten as she focuses on what everyone around her needs instead.  So much so that she has buried the side of her that wanted excitement and adventure so far down that it rarely surfaces anymore.  She also tends to ignore or simply be obtuse to romantic overtures she doesn't really see how any male could want to be in a relationship with her when she is likely to put her patients before him.  Also the thought of opening her heart up to someone on that deep of a level is troubling for her.

Delara is generally a very quiet individual who will bite her tongue even when offered insult because she has a deep seated dislike of conflict.  Harsh words and violence clash with her nature and with the training she was given by her grandmother before the older Healer's death.  This doesn't mean she isn't capable of standing up for herself but she is far more likely to allow others to push far past what many would tolerate.  The exception to this is that while she may not defend herself she has no such compunction about standing up for her patients against anyone who seeks to harm them.

Delara is quite fierce when it comes to Healing and very proud of her skills.  She views each wound and sickness as her own personal battlefield.  While she is not a traditional warrior like many others in her tribe, she has always viewed herself as a warrior of a different type.  She doesn't face a mortal foe rather she faces disease, injury and death.  This makes her an extremely focused Healer who will pay remarkable attention to a wound in front of her with a single minded intent to repair the damage.  Her pride in these skills can be a detriment though because she tends to take suggestions about how to better use her skills as a personal insult.  She also tends to push far past the point when other Healers would have stopped, refusing to give up on a patient until she absolutely has no other choice than to stop or someone else forces her too.

Delara likes for everything to be in its place and things to be where she left them.  Organized and neat and easy to find.  She has a way of keeping things and having things well organized makes her feel more relaxed and at ease in any place she is in.  This is especially true in her vocation as a Healer because she always knows exactly where every item she might need can be found.  She prefers this so much that she sometimes finds herself reorganizing other people's things.  A bonus to her almost compulsive organization of any space she spends a great deal of time in is that she always notices if something is missing or has been moved from its original location.

She can seem a bit cold to people, never really letting them past her carefully constructed shields.  Even with her family she is withdrawn and quiet preferring to stay in the background.  It's not that she doesn't care it's that she cares too much.  Delara loves her people and will do anything for them but each time she loses a patient it's like losing a part of her heart and soul.  She decided years ago it was better to cut herself off to spare herself the pain, now if someone dies she mourns and moves on rather than letting the guilt and sense of loss eat away at her.  The tradeoff is that she just doesn't connect well with people on an individual level outside the realm of Healer with Patient.

Likes:

  • 1 Horses: She loves spending time with the Tribe's horses.  Grooming them, caring for them and riding them give her a great deal of joy.  Riding on the back of her horse gives her a feeling of freedom from her responsibilities.  If she is upset with someone or something she will confide in the horses, they can't respond but they also won't judge her.  So if she has a free moment and needs to relax she can probably be found grooming the horses and spoiling them rotten.
  • 2 Solitude:  While she does enjoy and take pride in her work most of the time she does also crave quiet time where she can breath and relax without anyone's expectations and needs intruding on her.  She feels at times that people see only her Caste and what she can do and they don't really see her so she does enjoy the quiet and her time on her own.  This is especially important to her after a long day of healing and even more important to her if she has lost a patient.  It isn't uncommon for her to disappear for a night into her quarters or out with the horses in this case as she grieves the loss.
  • 3 The Desert at Night:  She loves the desert at night, the moon on the sand, the cool breeze, the clear skies filled with stars overhead.  She loves to be outside at night enjoying the stillness and quiet that fills the air.  She enjoys it so much that if she knows the Tribe is staying somewhere for longer than a day she may stay up all night or most of the night in order to enjoy the stars and the moon.
Dislikes:
  • 1 : Being Ignored: Not in social situations in those she's generally content to shift to the back and slip away as soon as possible but her advice as a Healer being ignored really annoys her.  If she has treated a wound or a disease she does not want to have to do the work all over again because someone decided they were well enough to do something they shouldn't.  It's a waste of energy and supplies and she tends to not be as gentle the second time as she was the first (unless she is treating a child then she will just discuss what happened with the parents).  If she has to reiterate herself more than twice she can become very unpleasant to deal with.  Delara really does not like her medical suggestions being ignored.

  • 2 Invasions of her Private Spaces:  As a Healer she is generally available at all times of the night and day to the people of her Tribe and Clan.  Even so she enjoys having quiet spaces where she can let go of the stress of taking care of everyone else and just relax.  For this reason she is incredibly protective of these places (her quarters, her office, etc.).  Someone entering these places without her permission, especially if she isn't in them, is incredibly violating to her (It isn't something she can explain in words to others, her reaction to this but it makes her very uncomfortable to think that someone may have been going through her things). These are the places that she goes to be alone, to breathe, where she keeps the things that are most important to her and having anyone enter without her permission is the easiest way to light off a flash of temper in the generally quiet and calm Healer.

  • 3 The Kalurops Tribe: This tribe is responsible for the death of her mother, father, older brother and many other members of her tribe.  She has no love for them and even seeing a member of this tribe brings back flashes of not just bad memories but a deep anger that makes the normally quiet Healer want blood on her hands.  She would not heal a member of this tribe unless forced to nor would she offer them any other aid.
Fears:
  • 1 Sandworms: These creatures Terrify her.  Part of it is the stories she's heard from her relatives and the tribes, part of her fear is caused by the stories her brothers used to tell her just to scare her.  The rest is that she finds them to be ghastly and horrible looking monsters that have killed members of her tribe and family.  She has seen what they can do when they are hunting, has seen the wounds of the survivors and is terrified of dying in the jaws of one. 

  • 2 Loss: Delara is afraid of losing people that she cares about.  Watching a life slip away from injury, disease or death is something she dreads with every fiber of her being.  She has already lost so many people that she loves that the thought of losing anymore can leave her shaken and drive her out on her horse to escape the thoughts if even just for a moment.  Delara fears this so much that she has in effect cut herself off emotionally from the people of the Tribe, if she doesn't allow them in then losing them won't hurt as much.
  • 3 The Rains: The rains were a blessing, they brought water to the Tribes and stopped fighting that may have resulted in the deaths and injuries of many members of her own tribe and of others but they have also stirred up the Sandworms and brought changes to traditions.  There is no Priestess Queen now to lead them, no mother.  The rains have brought change to Pruul and while that isn't necessarily a bad thing Delara can't help but quietly fear what those changes will do to her people and to Pruul in general.  So she fears them as much as she is thankful for them.
Craft Strengths:

  • 1 Animal Healing: She sometimes has difficulty relating with people outside of the Healing halls but she loves animals, especially the horses of her tribe.  She tends to them with an almost religious fervor she knows what each one likes and each one's personality to the point that she can tell if something is wrong.  She has her favorites and while she might tend to them more regularly she keeps an eye on every horse that belongs to the Tribe and Clan at large.  They are part of the livelihood her people depend on and thus she feels as responsible for them as she does the people of the Tribe.
  • 2 Mending Flesh: Being born to a tribe of Warriors she's had a lot of practice at this particular craft.  She's very good at mending flesh wounds and repairing damage to blood vessels and muscles in order to prevent scarring and long lasting damage to muscles.  Delara enjoys using her craft in this way to help heal the wounded.  The feeling of mending flesh beneath her hands, blood stopping to flow and injuries becoming whole once more is one of the reasons she loves being a Healer.  She feels a sense of pride when she repairs someone's injuries and they walk out her door to return to their families.
Craft Weaknesses:

  • 1 Jewel Management - It isn't that Delara can't control how much energy she spends on a wound, it's that she just won't stop when she should.  Delara will drain both her jewels if she has too to keep someone alive and whole even to the point of breaking them if her escort isn't paying attention.  She doesn't recognize the point at which she needs to stop, she just pushes past it, to the point that she has come close to breaking herself before and has also spent so much energy that she has collapsed after a difficult healing.
  • 2 Sight Shielding - It's a simple craft, something that most find fairly simple and easy and yet Delara cannot do it at all.  Every attempt to create a Sight shield has two results it either falls apart after mere moments, or the spell fades away too soon leaving her exposed to whoever might be looking.  She also can't sense those that are sight shielded even if they where jewels that are lighter than her own.  For this reason she tends to not rely on Sight shields and to try and find other ways to stay out of sight if needed and to rely on others to sense those that are shielded.
Life Story

Family:
Paternal Grandmother - Nashira al-Latifh - Healer - White to Rose - Deceased
Mother: Samira al-Latifh - Blood Female - Deceased
Father: Baraz al-Latifh - Prince - Purple Dusk to Green - Deceased
Siblings:
Karim al-Latifh - Prince - Rose to Summer Sky - Deceased
Mirza al-Latifh - Warlord - Summer Sky to Opal - 27 yrs (166 AP)

Cousin:
Hasan al-Latifh - Warlord - Rose to Purple Dusk - 26 yrs (167 AP)

History:
Delara was a surprise child, and not necessarily a welcome one, for her mother at least.  Samira already had two sons of her own nine year old Karim and 7 year old Mirza and was raising her sisters son 6 year old Hasan.  She didn't want another child underfoot so she wasn't overly thrilled at the thought of another pregnancy but she carried Delara to term and gave birth to her daughter in the middle of the night.  Baraz was thrilled to finally have a little girl and Delara quickly became the apple of her fathers eyes.  Samira on the other hand never really connected with her daughter and so for Delara the person she looked to for maternal advice was her grandmother Nashira.  Nashira recognized Delara's caste the moment she delivered the blue eyed baby into the world and began teaching her about being a Healer as soon as she was old enough to begin understanding the concepts.

Delara was raised learning about healing, about plants that would make tonics, how to set bones and stich wounds, properly apply a dressing and anything else her aging grandmother could teach her.  Her mother always blamed this strong emphasis on healing for the lack of Delara's interest in learning how to fight and her refusal to engage in conflicts even at a young age.  It put more strain on the three females relationships especially on Delara's and her mothers.  While her father was content to spoil his only daughter and to accept her for who she was Samira was not so understanding.  She wanted her daughter to follow in her own footsteps to be fiercer and more interested in things beyond healing but the more Samira pushed the further apart mother and daughter grew.  Delara's brothers and cousin on the other hand were fiercely protective of their little sister and if Delara was unwilling to engage in a fight her brothers were quick to leap to her defense.  The quartet remained close throughout the years, even after her brothers and cousin married and started families of their own.

Nashira died when Delara was 12 the shock of her death left a gaping hole in Delara's heart and in her life.  Her grandmother was the center her life had resolved around, her first teacher in how to be a Healer and what it meant to be one and the only person in the family that seemed to really understand her.  It was this loss though that began the bridging of the gap between mother and daughter as Delara turned to her mother for advice as she grew older and Samira grew more accepting of her daughter in turn.  As Delara grew older and began to outshine her peers with her attention to detail in every healing she quickly gained a reputation as being one of the best Healers the tribe had trained in the last generation.  But she also gained a reputation for pushing herself too far and seemingly not knowing when to stop and take a break to recover her own strength.  Her brothers and cousin took it in stride not even needing their father to point out how risky this was for Delara and so they took turns keeping an eye on her.

The years passed mostly in peace with only the rare incident and a few close calls with the sandworms.  But it seemed to Delara that her family was invincible as they came thru most of this clashes unscathed.  When she was 18 that all changed in one bloody clash with another tribe.  The Latifh had made camp, were in the process of getting the tents raised and the tribe settled in for the night when they were raided by a particularly brash group of young men and women from the Kalurops clan.  Delara remembers flashes from the attack, the faces of the raiders as they cut down members of her tribe and stole supplies and horses, blood spraying through the air and across the sand, shouts and screams of the injured and dying.  It was a nightmare made flesh and is the only time she has ever killed someone; taking the life of one of the raiders to defend her pregnant sister in law.  The act made her physically ill and she's found it difficult to even touch a blade since.

The Latifh rallied quickly and what felt like hours was only minutes in reality.  Still the damage was done, with two dozen members of the tribe including her own parents and oldest brother killed in the attack.  Delara also lost two uncles and three of her other cousins that night, along with her sister in laws baby from a miscarriage caused by the stress of the attack.  Delara felt like a failure, she was one of the best Healers in the tribe and yet she hadn't managed to save the baby or keep her own brother from dying.  In the weeks that followed her tribe and the Kalurops clashed several more times and Delara decided the Summer Sky was not enough.  So she made the Offering two years earlier than most.  Some whisper that this is why she only walked away with the Purple Dusk.  Outwardly Delara doesn't care about the whispers the Purple Dusk is a darker Jewel than she started with, inwardly she sometimes wonders if they are right.  If she had waited could she wear Opal or Green now instead?  The question haunts her on days when she wants to do more to help those around her and finds herself unable to.

Since the death of so many members of her tribe and family Delara has pulled back, retreated and erected walls around her heart to keep people out.  She knows that many in the tribe think her to be cold hearted or arrogant since she doesn't engage with most of them on a social level.  She knows that even some of her family eye her askance but Delara is afraid of losing anyone else.  It's easier just to choose not to connect with anyone on a personal level.  So she ignores the whispers, does her job and when things get to be too much she spends time with the horses or with the two 'brothers' she has left.  Mirza and Hasan are the only two people that she hasn't locked out and that connection is something they use shamelessly to try and get her to come back out of her shell.

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Delara ignored the shouts and screams, the copper tinge that wafted through the tent on the breeze, the moans and sobs.  Her focus was on the thick crimson fluid seeping between her fingers, the warmth of the blood a sharp difference to the coolness of the skin beneath her hands.  The wound was deep, through the muscle, veins and nerves to the bone of the man's shoulder the blade had also severed a major vein in his neck and Delara knew she should walk away.  It was a miracle that the other males had kept him alive long enough to get him here.  His skin was becoming cool to the touch, his heart beating out of rhythm every stuttering beat pumping fresh blood through her fingers.  He was unconscious and healing him would take too much time when there were so many others that were less wounded and more likely to survive.

If she walked away no one would question her judgment, not today, not with so many wounded in the tent and so few Healers to tend to them.  But she remembered how just last week this man had proudly been granted parental rights to his young son, how his wife had given birth only a week ago to a baby girl and how proud he had been.  Boasting that his daughter was the most beautiful baby he'd ever seen to the rolling eyes of his friends.  Picturing the devastated family in her mind, remembering how it had been her and her brother and cousin mourning the loss of loved ones only a few weeks earlier, Delara didn't walk away.

Descending to the depths of her Summer Sky she focused first on repairing the artery that was spreading the man's life around her like a macabre rug on the table and floor.  Her mind's eye was focused as she carefully repaired the damaged tissues, carefully searching for each tear in the artery large and small.  Once she was certain it was repaired and was no longer pumping his life's blood onto the floor, she moved onto the muscles and tendons knitting them together to preserve their strength and use, repairing smaller veins and nerves as she went.  She could feel as his heart began a steadier beat, as his breathing became less ragged and the coolness beneath her hands began to retreat. 

So focused was she on the task she didn't feel her hands tremble, how her own breathing became ragged as color left her own skin.  Nor did she feel the strain on her Jewel as an hour and then two passed as she repaired the damage.  There was a strange serenity to healing a wound like this, to feeling flesh become whole once more beneath her fingertips, to snatching a life back from the jaws of death.  So much so that when an arm wrapped around her waist and physically yanked her from her patient and back to reality she nearly punched the male responsible as he tossed her over his shoulder and stalked out of the tent scattering the people in his way left and right.  Leaving another Healer to finish bandaging the injured man's now nearly vanished wound.  A man that Delara noted in relief no longer looked to be on the verge of death, it would take time and effort but he would live and he would regain the full use of his arm.  There were other wounded in the tents surrounded by Healers and family members, some to her eye on the verge of death, she struggled weakly to escape her older brothers grasp to no avail.

Ignoring the muttered oaths and threats of her brother as he carried her toward his family's tent Delara finally gave in to her exhaustion and let her head drop.  Noting for the first time that only a single drop of power remained in the Summer Sky at her neck.  As darkness seeped into her vision her last thought was that her birthright was clearly not enough, not anymore, not when conflicts over water seemed to be inevitable.  It was past time for the Offering to be made, even if she was too young.  As her eyes slid closed she planned, she was 18 and she needed more strength then she had, she could help more people like that man in the tent with his young family, make up for failing her own family.  'Tomorrow', she whispered to herself as conciousness finally fled from her grasp, 'tomorrow'.




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Re: Delara al-Latifh
« Reply #1 on: Mar 11, 18, 07:26:16 PM »
Could I have a random light roll please and an Offering as well?
Could I also have four family rolls?
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Re: Delara al-Latifh
« Reply #2 on: Mar 12, 18, 10:18:40 AM »
As per request for a light BR roll.
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Re: Delara al-Latifh
« Reply #3 on: Mar 17, 18, 05:46:02 PM »
Could I please reduce the Offering to a descent of one rank please?
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« Reply #4 on: Mar 28, 18, 09:14:43 PM »
Keeping
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Re: Delara al-Latifh
« Reply #5 on: Apr 02, 18, 08:17:45 PM »
I would like to request a Descent of only one rank to the Purple-Dusk
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« Reply #6 on: Apr 02, 18, 09:32:34 PM »
Sorry we missed you on the first round!


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Re: Delara al-Latifh
« Reply #7 on: Apr 04, 18, 08:39:09 PM »
No Worries!  You guys are so busy!
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« Reply #8 on: Apr 05, 18, 12:07:45 AM »
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« Reply #9 on: Apr 10, 18, 12:42:26 AM »
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« Reply #10 on: Apr 13, 18, 08:47:25 AM »

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« Reply #11 on: Apr 14, 18, 06:50:09 PM »
Ready for the Second Round (Also Sorry I forgot the Play By I totally forgot to put the name on there!)
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