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Author Topic: Motoko Ueda  (Read 908 times)

Description: Healer Queen. Opal to Sapphire. Played by Leez.

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Motoko Ueda
« on: Jul 15, 18, 01:51:39 AM »
The Basics

Character Name: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
Nicknames:
Age and Birth Year: 29, b. 165 AP
Race: Short-lived
Caste: Healer Queen
Birth Territory: Tacea
Home Territory: Tacea

Birthright Jewel: Uncut Opal
Offering Jewel: Uncut Sapphire

Role: Court Healer
Faction: Territory Court

Appearance

Play By: Koharu Sugawara
Distinguishing Features: Tall, loose-limbed, and androgynous. Motoko wears her hair short and shaggy. She is more handsome than pretty - hardly a classic Tacean beauty.
 
Personality


Personality: Motoko ought to be a treasured favorite daughter with all of the confidence part and parcel with that position, and had her dual-casted nature been evident at birth, she might have been. Instead, she is a striving, eager-to-please young woman, forever torn between her own passions and interests and the need to please the mother who brought her into this world and has never allowed her to forget the initial disappointment she represented.

Her mother has always pushed her to succeed, and to this end, Motoko has gone above and beyond expectations. She has racked up certificates and craft specialties and awards for her academic accomplishments and her dancing. The downside of all this is that even at twenty-eight, an adult grown, Motoko struggles with impostor syndrome, afraid that some morning she will wake up with her castes stripped of her, her jewels turned to dust in her hands. She has difficulty standing by her decisions and often second-guesses herself, sometimes until the last possible second. Without firm deadlines and the or a sense of urgency, she flounders in indecision, while without sound counsel or the opportunity to plan, she grows agitated and can act rashly.

Despite the unquestionable damage her mother’s domineering has done to Motoko, the same behavior has also nurtured the characteristics of her castes. Motoko knows the way her mother treats her is wrong, but she has seen her siblings treated worse and sees it as her responsibility to deflect the brunt of Teiko’s abuse. Both Healers and Queens are called to some degree of self-sacrifice, and for Motoko that goes double - she is passionate in her devotion to those she sees as being under her care, andwould set herself on fire if it meant keeping them warm.

Motoko does not present her uncertainty as an obvious weakness. She is well-trained in the art of keeping up appearances, even if her cool-under-pressure is described as ducklike at best - calm on the surface, paddling like mad underneath. She has learned a decent amount of diplomacy out of necessity, and is skilled in choosing her battles, finding the right thing to say to parry an argument, and the all important art of faking it until you make it. She takes on others' emotional burdens willingly, but keeps her own anxiety to herself as best she can.

Teiko has done her best to keep all her children loyal and close to home, and Motoko is no exception. Her desire to please her mother and bring honor to Clan Shingetsu is often at odds with her Queenly independence and desire to lead. She has always been something of a "problem child", stubborn as she can be - and Teiko has done her best to train Motoko's argumentative backbone out of her. This worked for a long while, but adulthood has given Motoko the perspective to realize that all settling fights does is embolden her mother’s next scheme. To that end, she has made some small, experimental rebellions against her Teiko's plans (her broken engagement chief among them) - and is waiting for the right chance to shrug her mother’s yoke off her shoulders entirely.

Until then, however, she plays the loyal daughter, the model Queen, the caring Healer, the willing conspirator. Acquiescence is the best method of survival that she knows.

Likes:
  • 1. Healing - Though blessed to wear two castes, Motoko has always felt more strongly drawn to the lesser one. Healing craft just makes sense, and she finds there to be a certain meditative quality in setting a bone, soothing a fever, or fixing a scar so it looks just right. She knows she is called by Mother Night to serve both roles… but if she could just be one or the other, she would be a Healer.
  • 2. Dancing - Motoko’s mother pushed her children towards physical fitness and mastery of physical forms, and Motoko has trained in fencing, fighting, archery… but she likes dancing best. Whether there’s a beat going or not, she is always ready to jump into motion, and she moves with grace and an ingrained sense of rhythm.
  • 3. Her siblings - Teiko Ueda’s domineering nature has brought her children close like nothing else could. After a lifetime spent protecting each other from their mother’s temper and expectations, Motoko is fiercely devoted to all of her siblings, and they are devoted to her. Her brothers and sister serve critical roles in her current court, and she expects that they will come with her when she assumes the Dragon Throne.
Dislikes:
  • 1. The plan to secure “her” throne - Motoko’s mother struck a devil’s bargain to see Ishiyo no Izayoi deposed and replaced with her daughter, and she made sure Motoko knew it. For her part, Motoko is deeply, deeply uncomfortable with the conspiracy's actions - but she knows better than to defy her mother. Still, sometimes she wonders… Is there a price too high to pay for power?
  • 2. Arguments - Motoko’s mother ruled her household with an iron first, supported by an illiterate and soft-spined husband who would never speak a word against her. As Motoko and her siblings grew, any sign of insubordination was crushed out of them. Any disagreement taken and blown up and then dissected until they understood the error of their ways. The result of this parenting strategy is a cadre of children who shy away from the first signs of dissent, and Motoko will bend over backwards to avoid having to raise her voice.
  • 3. Yuki no Natsuhana’s “legacy” - As a Healer Queen herself, Motoko takes every negative word said against Yuki no Natsuhana personally, especially when that criticism attributes her shortened rule to her dual caste. Motoko feels that Yuki’s abdication, though necessary, has made her job that much harder now that there is a portion of the population hostile to another Healer Queen taking the throne.
Fears:
  • 1. Disappointing her mother - Manifesting her castes late meant Motoko started life off on the wrong foot with her mother right out of the womb. Teiko Ueda no Shingetsu looked at the newborn in her arms and saw another failure, and she’s never let Motoko forget it… but she’s also never let Motoko forget that she is the daughter Teiko always wanted, and that her expectations for her are so much higher than for her siblings. Not only does Motoko want to make her mother proud, but she desperately wants to avoid the bitter sting of rejection that will come from failing to accomplish all that Teiko has set out for her.
  • 2. Being disgraced - Teiko is a powerful Black Widow for one who trained into the caste and has repeatedly promised her daughter that their plan’s success is all but assured… but Motoko can’t help but obsess over what will happen if it is discovered before or after she takes the throne. She knows her mother’s actions are tantamount to treason, and she is complacent in them. All of house Ueda is practically guaranteed to go down together, and where will that leave Motoko? Imprisoned? Broken? Worse?
  • 3. Never accomplishing anything for herself - Motoko has lived her life by her mother’s word, fulfilling tasks her mother has set out for her… even when she doesn’t like them or agree with them. Be here, learn this, do that, don’t forget to SMILE, darling! She wonders - will she ever be strong enough to shrug them off and build a legacy that she can call her own? She has tested herself with little rebellions here and there - cutting her hair, experimenting with mainland fashion - but cannot convince herself to take a proper stand.

    Craft Strengths:
  • 1. Queen's Gift - Motoko has been well-trained in the rituals and magic required to gift the land, and she excels at metering out and directing craft to make plants grow where they are less than likely to take root. She has used this talent to cultivate plants from all across Terreille (brought to her by her Shingetsu associates) so that she may study their potential medicinal qualities.
  • 2. Curing Poison - Teiko, being not above poisoning rivals herself, made absolutely certain Motoko is prepared to weather equivalent threats. She is skilled at identifying poisons and counteracting them, whether by craft or using her knowledge of medicinal plants to find an antidote.
Craft Weaknesses:
  • 1. Triage Healing - In all her training, Motoko has always had the luxury of time, and Teiko has always steered her attention away from craft she considers lowbrow. She is not skilled with healing under pressure or stabilizing critical injuries, and is likely to waste valuable seconds deliberating over what to do first while her patient bleeds out in front of her.
  • 2. Curing Disease - Motoko's mother has always kept her away from seriously ill patients whose ailments might be contagious. As a result, she lacks the training to do much more than temporarily reduce a fever, and she certainly isn't confident making diagnoses or devising courses of treatment.
Life Story

Family:
Mother: Teiko Ueda no Shingetsu (Rose to Purple Dusk Black Widow (trained), b. 128 AP, executed 194 AP)*
Father: Haruyoshi no Shingetsu (Blood male, b. 129 AP, died by his own hand 194 AP)**
Siblings: Otohiko Ueda no Shingetsu (Blood male, b. 161 AP, executed 194)**
                 Seishi Ueda no Shingetsu (White to Tiger Eye warlord, b. 161 AP, executed 194 AP)*
                 Natsue Ueda no Shingetsu (Descent White Priestess (trained), b. 163 AP, entered convent 194 AP)**
                 Kouta Ueda no Shingetsu (Yellow to Tiger Eye Prince, b. 166 AP, entered monastery 194 AP)*
                 Eiji Amamiya (Rose to Opal Warlord Prince, b. 167 AP, abandoned at birth)***

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History:
House Ueda has suborned itself to the Shingetsu since time immemorial, though their proximity to the main line has varied. Centuries ago, they served as courtiers and bureaucrats in Fukuoka, and their names are recorded alongside those of the Queens they served... but by the time of the Purge, their star was fading, and the witchstorm hit the family especially hard.

Motoko's mother Teiko was born into this once-great family and came of age in the waning days of the Tacean civil war. An only daughter - the last of her line, in fact - she grew up not only determined to return the Uedas to their former status but to improve upon it. She became a warrior, as was fitting for a witch in that era, and in time proved herself so keen a strategist that she was elevated to the position of general in Queen Takara no Shingetsu's army.

Though the Shingetsu failed to win the Dragon Throne, Teiko's service still warranted a reward. She was offered Haruyoshi no Shingetsu, a Jeweless cousin of Queen Takara, to wed, as well as the right to style herself and any children she might bear as "Ueda no Shingetsu" - thanks for her family's long track record of loyalty.

This was a start, but Teiko was not satisfied. She set herself to the task of studying Black Widow craft, and once her snake tooth was grown, followed her newfound visions in pursuit of having a whole mess of casted, dark-Jeweled children to aid her in social climbing. And though she conceived and carried easily, the twin sons she bore in 161 AP disappointed her. She'd dreamt of girls, casted and powerful, but her boys were unremarkable. Her next child was a daughter, also casteless and not matching the visions Teiko saw before her birth. In 165 AP, when her fourth child also failed to immediately match her expectations, Teiko named the girl Motoko - plain, ordinary - and quickly moved on.

Motoko spent her first few months of life pawned off onto a rotating staff of wet nurses and nannies like her siblings before her, while Teiko dreamed of power and a high-casted son. Her Queen caste came late - she was nearly crawling - and by then, her mother had been bed-bound by a child determined to make her suffer for it. Kouta wore his prince caste at birth, the first of her children not to be an immediate disappointment, and while Teiko tried to convince herself to love the daughter she'd set aside now that she wore the caste she'd so coveted, she was slow to bond with her.

Motoko did not manifest her healer caste until much later - she was nearly three. First, Teiko was overjoyed at her good fortune - but then, annoyance set in at having been made to wait. She took Motoko's late development as an omen of something lacking in the girl's character - something that only rigid discipline could solve. (Around this time, Teiko maintains, she miscarried her sixth and final child - her children quietly believe the baby was born alive and abandoned soon after.)

Calling upon her experience commanding troops, Teiko ran her household with military precision. Not only was she determined to correct their perceived insolence, for none of them had perfectly matched her visions for them, but she also held a deep conviction that the peace brought by Hinata no Kagen's rule could not possibly last. When war returned to Tacea, which it inevitably would, she would have a whole brood of warriors ready for her clan. From her place as head of household, Teiko plotted her children's futures - and none was so carefully planned as Motoko's.

Teiko relocated her family from the Ueda's ancestral estate in the countryside to a house in Fukuoka so that Motoko and Kouta could study with the finest tutors available. Though both were years from their Birthright ceremonies, pressure was mounting - only one of the twins had managed a Jewel, and Teiko's patience with her oldest sons was wearing thin. She became a sterner taskmaster to all of her children - and perhaps the pressure grew to be too much for Natsue, who also walked away from her birthright empty-handed. At least Motoko and Kouta's castes meant they would be spared a similar indignity.
 
It was through her sessions with her tutors that Motoko first found herself at cross-purposes with her mother. Teiko was always most proud of her daughter's Queen caste, treating the Healer as an interesting bit of trivia at best, but Motoko by far preferred her lessons in the latter. Teiko, always suspicious of her daughter's temperament, interpreted her tutors' feedback as a failure for Motoko to apply herself. The argument went on for weeks, grown-woman versus unyielding eight-year-old Queen, and ended with Teiko hiring new tutors - one for Queen Craft who'd be stricter, and one for Healing who wouldn't go teaching Motoko anything Teiko deemed unnecessary.

Motoko got the message loud and clear - defiance could and would be punished.

At Motoko's birthright, Teiko sent her daughter into the waiting arms of the Priestess with three words of advice: don't embarrass me. And though her visions had shown her power unrivaled by any others in her family... she still expected the girl to let her down. Motoko took her mother's words to heart, however, approaching the Darkness with uncommon bravery and surfacing with an uncut Opal. The Jewel came as a surprise - and a correct prediction on Teiko's part, the first of many. With her daughter's eventual Darkness guaranteed - even the Green would be a formidable descent - Teiko began moving to ensure her family's meteoric rise.

Motoko spent her teenaged years bouncing from one lesson to the next according to her mother's strict scheduling. Teiko made certain that each of her children learned skills that would make them invaluable in their sister's eventual court, even going as far as to have Natsue begin studying Priestess craft theory before she was even assured a Jewel of rank, and all of her maneuvering depended on Motoko shaping up into an ideal ruler. Any effort to set a toe out of line carried harsh consequences, and Motoko was clay in her mother's hands, determined and hardworking... and keenly aware of the price of failure.

When Motoko turned nineteen, Teiko did three things in very quick succession. First, she arranged her daughter's Virgin Night, which was unremarkable and uneventful but got the job done. Second, she arranged her daughter's Offering, and was pleased by her daughter's Sapphire. She would have liked a Red even better... but it was better than a Green. And third, she secured her daughter's first contract, a prestigious posting as the city queen of Fukuoka - a position Motoko took to well, having been trained for it her whole life and with her siblings as an automatically-loyal first circle.

Setting her daughter at the center of the clan's capital city was a bold statement of Teiko's intentions for Motoko's burgeoning career, but she wasn't content to stop there. Teiko's husband Haruyoshi was as far from the glittering center of the Shingetsu as one could be and still wear the clan's name. She arranged a betrothal to Maseo no Shingetsu, cousin to Queen Takara's presumptive heir Sakura and from a much more heavily-bejeweled side of the family than their own. He was, in a word, ideal.

Except he was not. Motoko had reservations about the match from the start - Maseo was eight years her senior, with a tarnished reputation to consider. Where her mother saw an Opal and a family name, a chance to move her own star ever closer to the main line, Motoko saw trouble, a man who'd burned out of his geisha training and whose temper might very well be ruinous to them both. She confronted her mother with her refusal, but to no avail - the best Motoko could do was draw out the engagement and try to distance herself from her future husband. Her efforts to delay coincided with Maseo's fall from grace and eventual absconsion from the territory - an outcome that Teiko blamed in no small part on her daughter for failing to be a moderating influence.

Her efforts to position her daughter in line for Takara's throne thwarted, Teiko set her sights on a grander prize. Before Yuki no Natsuhana's abdication, it had never occurred to her that her daughter might one day sit the Dragon Throne - but now, her Widow's Webs showed her something marvelous. Teiko and many of her comrades-in-arms from the Tacean Civil War had never put the rivalry between the Izayoi and Shingetsu to bed. They still held it in their hearts, and now that the Ariake Queen had served an abbreviated term, they were determined that Ishiyo no Izayoi should also not be allowed to complete her reign.

For the first time, the Uedas' distance from the main line became an advantage, as the conspirators worked to keep their plan a secret from the ruling Queen and her heirs. The plan was all but complete, the wheels already turning, when Motoko was informed of it.  Though initially resistant, her siblings had already been convinced of the conspiracy's worthiness, and Motoko couldn't bear to go against them - or against her mother, who had played a significant advisory role in her career thus far and who she feared held the power to destroy her (in a... possibly-vague way).

With Ishiyo no Izayoi deposed, Teiko and her allies have been quick to champion Motoko as her logical successor. However, the interregnum presents an unforeseen wrench in their plans. Teiko is outspoken in her criticism of what she considers an illegitimate government, but Motoko is secretly grateful for it - it's the last possible way for her to get out from her mother's thumb. But, to do that, she'll have to figure out how to get out of the conspiracy without it exploding and taking her down with it... and it would be a lot easier if her entire family wasn't part of the cabal.

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The air in the hothouse thrummed with magic. It hung in the air like steam - along with, naturally, actual steam, as the room had been enchanted to mimic the climate of southern Terreille. Motoko kept other gardens that were more verdant. There was her tsubo-niwa in her chambers at the city court, carefully arranged and cultivated, every inch of the tiny courtyard in perfect harmony. There was the roji on the court grounds that she oversaw the construction and care of, each tree and leafy shrub chosen for their meditative qualities. There was the karensansui outside the administrative offices where she coaxed the moss and red-leafed maples to grow exactly right so they would fit hand-in-glove with the swirling gravel.

And even here in this complex, she had greenhouses that burst with color and light, exotic flowers she’d been growing for several seasons already. If an honored guest asked her to see her work, Motoko would surely show them one of those, or else direct them to the public gardens, if they were not so honored… but this new space, with its rows and rows of fresh sprouts and new life, was sacred. Each seed had been lovingly collected for her by Shingetsu merchants on the mainland, brought back to her tucked safe among the spices and bolts of foreign cloth and other spoils of their adventures, and she was eager to see what roots took hold. What untold bounty they had brought.

Motoko slid the blade across her thumb and bled some of her Sapphire’s power off into the basin, coloring the water deep blue. She was not so much for prayers - intent was more important. Plants had a sense for intent, and you had to be honest with them, or else they’d know.

Humming to herself, she tipped the basin into the diffuser. There, it would run through the pipes and into the soil and turn to steam and fill the air.

There was a knock on the door, sharp and urgent.

“Motoko-chan,” her sister Natsue called. “May I come in?”

Motoko waved the door open with a twinge of her Opal. Standing on the threshhold, her sister looked… frantic, but in a good way.

“Natsue, what’s happened?” she asked, waving all her gardening implements away into their proper drawers. If she was about to be summoned somewhere, she didn’t want to leave a mess.

Her sister took Motoko by the shoulders, a peculiar grin on her face. “Ishiyo no Izayoi has gone mad,” said Natsue.

This would normally not be something worth celebrating - but things were hardly normal. Motoko didn’t need to ask to be certain her mother’s conspirators had been involved. She returned her sister’s smile, trying to hide her apprehension. “All according to plan?” she asked.

Natsue wavered. “A bit bloodier than intended, I think,” she said. “Come, sister. Kaa-san has sent for us. She’s in a fine mood.”

Motoko nodded, raising the bleeding edge of her thumb to her mouth and sucking it. Her pattern interrupted, it had begun to hurt. “Right,” she said, straightening her shoulders. “Let’s go.”

Fine mood or not, she knew far better than to keep Teiko waiting.


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Caste Requesting : Healer Queen
Reasons For Requesting these Castes: Motoko's Queen caste is necessary for her to serve as the Shingetsu Candidate Queen as part of the Tacea territory plot. Her Healer caste is necessary for the eventual resolution of that plot, as Motoko’s combination of Queen’s Gift and Healing Craft permits her to grow an otherwise difficult-to-cultivate plant that will prove critical in saving several lives, including her own.

Plans for this Character: Motoko fulfills the wanted ad for the Shingetsu Candidate Queen and will serve an important role in Tacea as the search for and competition to be the next territory Queen ramps up. When the conspiracy to usurp the throne from Ishiyo no Izayoi is uncovered, Motoko will face banishment along with her mother, her siblings, and the rest of her mother's allies. She will be spared for defying the conspiracy when it turns its sights on Xiong Teng, the actual successor Queen, and will be offered the position of court Healer as thanks for her life-saving actions.

Other Petitions you’ve made here: Reactivation petitions for Ji Yoon Moon and Liam Noor


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Re: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
« Reply #1 on: Jul 15, 18, 01:55:26 AM »
I have redeemed Motoko's jewels here and would like a cut/uncut roll for her.

I would also like five general family rolls please. :)




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Re: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
« Reply #2 on: Jul 15, 18, 12:16:41 PM »
Weighed by Mother Night...

You've risen from the Darkness twice blessed with an uncut Opal Birthright Jewel, and were gifted with an uncut Sapphire Jewel at your Offering.

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Re: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
« Reply #3 on: Jul 27, 18, 06:41:09 PM »
Preemptive keeping.




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Re: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
« Reply #4 on: Aug 08, 18, 11:06:05 AM »
I need approval from Gavin (for Shingetsu stuff) and Reid (for Tacea stuff) and then I think I'm ready for review? :)




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Re: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
« Reply #5 on: Aug 08, 18, 11:14:15 AM »
Maseo mentions okay by me.

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Re: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
« Reply #6 on: Aug 08, 18, 12:08:37 PM »
Added to the queue.
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Re: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
« Reply #7 on: Aug 11, 18, 02:57:40 PM »
Looks good for Tacea





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Re: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
« Reply #8 on: Aug 13, 18, 09:22:06 AM »

This application has been reviewed!

Check your private messages for feedback. When you have made the requested changes please reply to this post and let us know you are ready for the next round!

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Re: Motoko Ueda no Shingetsu
« Reply #9 on: Aug 13, 18, 09:49:34 PM »
I have made revisions to this character's history and personality that I believe fulfill the changes suggested in my review.




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