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Author Topic: Yukiko no Ariake  (Read 122 times)

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Yukiko no Ariake
« on: Jun 04, 20, 09:35:55 PM »
The Basics

Character Name: Yukiko no Ariake
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Age & Birthyear:  21, 174 AP
Race:  Short-lived
Caste:  Healer Queen
Birth Territory: Tacea, Terreille
Home Territory: Tacea, Terreille

Birthright Jewel: cut Opal
Offering Jewel: 

Role: Ward of the Court
Faction: Clan Ariake

Appearance




Play By: Haru Kuroki
Distinguishing Features:

Personality



Personality:

Yukiko is a young woman caught between the forces of service and freedom; familial expectation and individual expression; safety and danger. Like many young people, she’s still feeling her way to what she is and wants to be, and how to achieve that without either betraying herself or disappointing those who love her. She makes mistakes and castigates herself for them even as she forgives the same in others. Tacea has high expectations of its noble, Darker daughters and Yukiko strives to live up to those standards as much as possible.

She knows she ought to tell Lady Natsuhana about what serves in her Court, but has been too ashamed to do so. Lady Natsuhana wears the Ebon-Gray. Lady Natsuhana deserves to rule the Clan, not some Lighter-Jeweled Healer with the right Blood and Name. Lady Natsuhana is perfect in her dignity and duty, likely never had a doubt in her life about herself or the work the Mother called her to do, and Yukiko merely a poor copy.

She does not wish to be known as or feel a coward, but there is a great deal of difference between meeting danger when it comes and purposely courting it. She trusts her mother’s foresight and insights above nearly all other things and Ririko’s visions said she would be lost if the whole of herself were known. She can’t do that to herself, her mother or her brother when they already lost a vital piece of their family.

Yukiko does her best to live in the mold of her great ancestress Ariake no Amaterasu because she feels it the most pure way to live. She espouses the great Healer Queen’s teachings that no one is too good to get down in the dirt and work and tries her hardest to embody the Great Virtues: kindness, compassion, diplomacy and charity. Love and cooperation over fear and competition- the success of one is the success of all and their failure everyone’s grief.
 
She would rather use words and empathy to keep the peace, even as she knows violence is a reality in their world. The Blood have too few checks on their passionate anger to be careless with it. The young woman often volunteers to be a grounding point for those having trouble with their tempers, even if she merely gives them tasks to do in her garden while making a few sympathetic noises now and then. The responsibility appeals to her as both a Healer always ready to go straight to the root of a problem and as a Queen pleased to serve and be served by those around her. Even when the person is riled enough to start scraping her temper with snarls or over solicitousness, she reminds herself that the investment is still worth not having to mop up blood later. Her pride is not worth someone’s life.
 
Yukiko treasures the process of debate and all voices being heard, but knows when to cut though the shit when something is time sensitive. A good Healer must be calm and decisive when push comes to shove and Yukiko would rather make the wrong decision than dither indecisively for eternity. Her mother raised her better than that.
 
She is a more traditional sort of person who values the natural rhythms and social harmony of Tacean life as she feels that pursuing the good of all is a noble and worthwhile goal. As a Queen, she is sensitive to the emotional currents and life patterns of her people- a disruption to the social status quo can also upset her if the people around her are disquieted enough, before rational thought has its say. Consequently, she is no born rebel to naturally take up causes like male empowerment without a significant triggering event.
 
However, she is also a Healer of Ariake’s line, She who treated with others according to their ability and willingness, not gender or station. Yukiko has a need to see that things grow well as both a Healer and a Queen. She is a little more willing to bend rules if she knows and loves the person as an individual, and it is important for them to grow as they are meant to.

Though her Wardship has changed this in recent years, Yukiko was not raised to Court or politics beyond the knowledge considered proper for a female of Aristocratic Blood. She still has little interest in the higher maneuverings of power. It was not Ariake’s way and is therefore not her way. Her place is out among her people, caring for their hurts and sheltering their hopes. Yukiko may not be living as a Queen, but she still has the same instinct to rule and be ruled and she instinctive pushes her way into positions where she can make herself of use. Her mother has also told her enough stories of inter-Clan politicking that she is reluctant to wade into that cesspool.

Ririko raised her to work hard and love her Clan without letting it engulf all of her and Yukiko honors her mother’s wisdom greatly- even if it sheltered her in some ways. Now she must learn to take a leap of faith and trust herself, for her own good and that of her Clan, or she will never grow to be the mature adult and Healer Queen that she could be.

Likes:

  • Dancing- Yukiko likes dancing because it makes her feel a part of something. When a performance goes well, she almost feels like she’s feeding off the energy of her fellow performers and pushing them to new heights in turn. It’s actually a subconscious manifestation of her Emotional Healing ability and a Queen’s natural charisma. She also likes Otaru because her mother is passionate about it and she likes having a common interest to bond with her mother over.
  • Gardening- Yukiko maintains her own Healer’s herb garden and tending the plants herself feels soothing in a way few other activities can match. It fulfils her soul to see things growing well and know that she helped them get there, when there is so much pain and death in Tacea these days.
  • Meditation- Her days are full enough that she greatly enjoys finding moments where she can just be and feel her connection to the world around her. It is only in the silences that one can hear its whispers. She does not require absolute stillness for her meditations, so long as her body knows the activity well enough to free the mind while it moves.

    Dislikes:

  • Booze- Many Healers are excellent distillers and the craft is a popular hobby in Inaba, but alcohol registers too much like any other poison to Yukiko’s senses. She has never been fond of the loss of one’s sense and senses under its influence either.
  • That she can’t fix everything- The first rule of Healing is that patients sometimes die- and the second is that Healers can’t change rule number one. It has been a hard-won lesson with the impatience of youth still strong in her blood, but she has come to appreciate that not all things need or want her interference. Or that sometimes there is no good solution. She can only do her best and let fate unfold as it will.
  • Ririko being alone- Her birth home often feels empty now that her father is now longer in it, made worse by the fact that she and her brother are of an age to grow up and move on as well. She loves her mother and feels guilty for leaving her to duty and an empty nest, even as she yearns to fly free and sometimes resents Ririko’s surprise visits. Yukiko tries to put on a good face about it and is ever watchful for an opportunity to coax new love to bloom for her mother. Father would not have wanted her unhappy.
Fears:

  • Disappointing her mother- Yukiko knows her mother would gladly have made the arts her life’s work had she been of light enough Jewel and is proud to at least see her daughter get to pursue it instead of being chained to Clan duties. And she likes to dance well enough, it’s true- but as one hobby among others. She does not love dancing for its own sake as a dancer must to make it as a professional and fears admitting this to her mother when she knows Ririko has to have fought the Clan to have allowed her the freedom.

  • Moves against Clan Ariake- Clan Ariake has been blessed with many of the Darkest Jewels in this generation. And yet, Yua has gone and Yuki cannot be depended upon to stay. With Clan Izayoi so unstable and Clans Shingetsu and Kagen apparently finding a closer relationship these days, peace is no longer assured. She fears the losses another war would bring, both as an Ariake and a Healer.
  • Petitioning Ariake no Amaterasu’s darkspark too often- For a Tacean, one’s ancestors remain an ever-present force in one’s life. As a virgin female Healer, Yukiko’s most honored ancestress is a natural patron to seek out when she is troubled or in need of help her own resources cannot provide, even if it is simply as a point of prayer and meditation to calm her soul. She does not think the hardworking Healer Queen would mind if the cause is true, but she fears that one day she will ask too much or unnecessarily when she yet had strength of her own to give and Ariake will deny her- or worse. She fears disappointing her ancestress and her line far more than any ‘divine punishment’.
Craft Strengths:

  • Battlefield and Triage Healing- Though not a battle-hardened Widow herself, Yukiko inherited her mother’s insightful eye and (apparent) confidence in her decisions. In Ririko this usually means the demise of threats to Clan Ariake, but Healer Yukiko has parleyed the traits into an ability to wield this Craft with more accuracy and efficiency of Jewel power than most and get her patients patched up enough to hand off to other specializations of Healer.
  • Curing Disease- Yukiko is sufficiently dedicated to the Way of Lady Ariake that she has made herself part of many Ariake Healer charity works among the refugee populations; disease being a particular problem of many people crammed into a small space with insufficient resources. She has gotten much practice in diagnosing and treating communicable diseases like typhoid and diphtheria, and can encourage antibody production to impart a lasting immunity.
Craft Weaknesses:

  • Land Sense- After decades of deliberately tuning out the call of the land, Yukiko has little sense of its intricacies or which land can use a Queen’s touch the most. If she took the time to focus and strained her Jewel, she could get a very fuzzy read of the land, but in general it would be wiser and easier for her to consult another Queen if she had need of the information.
  • Bone Shaping- Some Healers have an affinity for them, but Yukiko has always found bone healing to be annoying, frustrating, and require too much of her Jewel strength to be worth the mending unless she is the only possible Healer around. Bone is stubborn and strong and resists her technique in a way that things like poison and disease do not. Even flesh is usually willing to be coaxed and flexible. She has seen some moderate success at convincing awkward pelvic structures to alter themselves for a birth, but even that takes more power and focus than a witch of her Jewel strength should need.
Life Story

Family:
Mother: Ririko no Ariake – Green to Gray Black Widow, b. 150
Father: Sadao Omura - White to Rose Warlord Prince, (b. 151 - d. 193)
Siblings:

Hideyori no Ariake - Rose to Opal Prince, age 19 (born 175 AP

*All family Jewels rolled on Ririko’s sheet.

History:
Yukiko no Ariake was the firstborn daughter to a rising star in the Clan and the man brave enough to marry her. To add to the good fortune, the dual scents of Healer and Queen came to the infant before her first week was out. Or, it would have been good fortunate to any other family and cause for celebration by the Clan as a whole. But to the Black Widow who had sacrificed her own life for duty, it meant a dire fate for the child she had sworn to protect. As Clan Ariake’s lines seemed secure between her sister’s machinations, Yuki Natsuhana and her powerful Birthright, and the Clan Queen’s cousin’s daughter, Ririko made the choice to hide her daughter’s Queen Caste with her own powerful webs to let her grow up free.


It was an idyllic childhood and her father a good one. She was encouraged to grow up smart, strong and secure in both her physical safety and her parents’ affection. She adored her little brother from birth and amused her father greatly by getting quite bossy in supervising his care. When they gently began drawing boundaries there, she busied herself ‘tending’ the wounds of the local pets and any adult who would sit still long enough to let her pretend. One, an old Jewelless woman, even showed her some Landen healing techniques she could learn before her Birthright Ceremony. Yukiko also received dance instruction to introduce her to her mother’s old passion and ground her in the physical activity that would later be helpful in her martial training.


Many eyes still watched the sole heir of a Gray-Jeweled Ariake Widow, particularly when Yukiko’s Birthright Ceremony promised a Dark descent of her own. But her mother’s protections spared Yukiko from the pressure of a Clan who would have been thrilled to see another daughter of the Blood available to succeed the aging Ariake Clan Queen Yuina. They prevented her from being removed from her home and her father’s love and her mother’s tutelage in favor of long days and years of learning Queen Craft at Yuina’s knee, and how to rule instead of attending to school and friends and driving her little brother as crazy as he drove her. Dance would have been an early casualty instead of the thing she loved to show off with as a child and enjoyed sharing with her mother as a young adult.


Her parents turned her over to highly qualified tutors after her successful Birthright Ceremony and she began attending the Inaba school once she was old enough. It was a peaceful time of growth and learning; a time marked by the ascension of the Sleeping Dragon. And yet, time did turn. And Ririko could only hide the Queen inside the young Healer, not erase her. Yukiko was nine when she discovered that bleeding on her little healer’s garden both made her feel better and the plants grow a bit better than they had before. When she mentioned it to her mother, Ririko finally sat her down and explained what she had done, and why, in terms a young child could understand. And understand she did. Duty remained a vague concept for the girl, but the threat of giving up friends, dancing, and time with her family loomed all too real in her imagination. After that, she never bled for her garden again. That was a Queen thing and Queen things were dangerous.


When she volunteered herself to tend equally to friends’ scraped knees and (as adolescence set in) sudden brushfires of hurt feelings, she reasoned it away as simply an extension of a Healer’s responsibilities toward the lives she cared about instead of a young Queen’s pull to balance and manage the social dynamic around her. She got good about mediating adolescent squabbles among her peers, seemingly a natural at reading social rhythms, getting people to confide in her, and learn to communicate and cooperate with their peers -or, rather, tolerate people they really rather wouldn’t because they didn’t want to upset her. After having to patch wounds after a few particularly stupid fights between other youths, Yukiko threw one or two hissy fits grand enough to make the rounds of their peer group (she really was not fond of having her hard work undone for stupid reasons). More than one of them found themselves treading a little lighter around each other (and her) for at least the next year before the foolishness of youth reasserted itself.
 

But as she grew older, she grew increasingly aware of something not fitting in her life. Of something missing. Society allowed Healers a certain amount of bossiness in their work, but they were no Queens to direct the will of others- a fact that Yukiko found increasingly frustrating. She could not bleed for the land openly –had to be vigilant against shedding blood at all-and could not acknowledge as anything more than a good friend the young Warlord who would have been hers if had he been more certain in his instincts to press the matter with a daughter of a Great Clan who let her panic at the possibility of being unveiled (for no Healer would attract a Bonded male) keep her from acknowledging the Bond. This time of her life marked the first time that Yukiko began to entertain the notion that she had given up something precious in hiding a vital part of herself from the world.


However, by this time the Clan had begun to entertain candidates for the Dragon Throne and Yukiko wanted no part of that. The young Healer threw herself into her lessons and hobbies with renewed vigor, hoping that keeping busy would sort things out. It did, a little- and quieted the murmurs from relatives eying a strong young Healer who might be an asset as inter-Clan relations grew increasingly fractious. It did prick her conscience a little when Nariko no Ariake, the other Queen born to the line in her generation, withdrew after a disturbing Virgin Night. But Nariko cleaved to Yuki no Natsuhana after that and Yukiko convinced herself that the Ebon-Gray Queen would surely be able to help her kinswoman long before Yukiko would be needed as a Queen.


It did not happen by the time Lady Natsuhana stepped down from the Dragon Throne to go chasing clues in Shalador. Nariko retreated to a village seat after that and Yukiko tentatively approached her mother about revealing herself to the Clan with no Ariake heirs in sight. There remained the hope of suitable offspring from the Clan Queen’s son and her cousin, of course, but her cousin had gone with Lady Natushana as well. Perhaps it was time? Yukiko had grown enough that the prospect of leaving her family behind was no longer the horror it had once been and her sense of duty blossomed more strongly every day. Ririko consulted her webs for direction before giving an answer and her mother’s face looked grave when the Widow returned. Ririko informed her daughter that her visions had told of great danger should Yukiko’s Queen Caste be known -that Yukiko would be lost to her Clan and Tacea itself- but ultimately left the choice to the young woman now growing up in a hurry. Yukiko decided to heed the warning and keep the status quo. Lady Natsuhana would have to come back eventually and perhaps the factor of her presence would change the fate her mother had seen in spidersilk.

The peace she knew was broken by the violent eruption of the Tang and Hanwa volcanoes. Yukiko was horrified to learn of the death toll and volunteered in Ariake relief efforts in coordination with the Kagen Clan authorities. In addition to the immediate aftermath, the refugee camps required help. With their own Healers spread far too thin, Yukiko put in a lot of time there between her classes and dancing. Perhaps too much, but she found it difficult to ignore the call of people suffering. And the Hanwa had long been Clan allies- did they not merit a little extra consideration now?


Her efforts had greater consequences than intended. The Clan’s Matriarchs had seen the dedication and power an Opal Healer could offer and would not be so easily gainsaid, even by Ririko no Ariake. Back and forth Elders and Gray-Jeweled Black Widow raged, with only the occasional chirp of opinion solicited from Yukiko herself. In the end, the offered compromise sent her to the Clan Queen’s Court as a Ward. Yukiko would learn the Court duties and polish that she would require should (as the Matriarchs intended) she choose a life of service to the Clan after her Offering, yet retain some of the freedom that Ririko had tried so hard to preserve for her daughter to pursue her own interests outside of lessons. However, Ririko did insist as part of the deal that once Yukiko made her Offering all chance of influencing would end and her choice of lifepath would be hers alone.
 
Suffering of her own would come the following year, with Ishiyo no Izayoi’s attack on the Territory Court. Yukiko grieved her father’s death, but unlike her mother felt no need to seek a Price from the Izayoi. There had been enough death and the Mother had clearly delivered what punishment She deemed necessary with the secondary attack on the Izayoi’s own Court. The young Healer actually found it a relief to return to her usual work after mourning officially ended: illness she could fix, but her mother’s pain untouchable to either Healer or Queen as her skills stood.
 
Her relief came a little too soon, however, as scandal and punishment saw Clan Queen Yuina dethroned in favor of Yuki Natsuhana when the Ebon-Gray finally decided to wander home. Lady Natsuhana was gracious enough to honor her predecessor’s arrangements regarding the Court’s Wards and little changed on the surface. However, the Ebon-Gray was one of the few in Tacea Dark enough to see Ririko’s work and Yukiko made a point to avid the older Queen when possible until she either left the Court or figured out what she wanted to do with that whole situation.
 
Her Offering is fast approaching and more than one change is on the wind. The Clans jostle for power, the Hanwa and Tang for room to live freely, the smoking mountains for the chance to doom them all. The ruler of the Clan is now Yuki Natsuhana, not Yuina no Ariake, and the Ebon-Gray has her own plans for the Court where Yukiko serves. Yukiko will have to figure out quickly what shape she wants her future to take… and what she is willing to give up for it.
 


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They were supposed to be her father’s- a commission of her mother’s that Sadao hadn’t lived to see. Hideyori had preferred the settings their father had always worn once the family was allowed to reclaim them and Yukiko had yielded: it was only proper for the son to inherit from the father as she stood to inherit from their mother. She was merely relieved these were available. The settings were in a distinctly masculine style and her Birthright Jewel felt heavy against her chest as the thick chain swayed with her movement, but she ignored the oddity as she moved over to the poor man lost in the throes of fever.

Even as she watched he clutched his stomach and moaned, and she reached out with her Jewel as she listened to his wife’s worried recitation of his symptoms with half an ear, nodding absently to show her attention. Yukiko did not mean to be rude to the poor woman, this was simply a sight she had seen too often in these conditions. She guided her power along his bowels, reducing the inflammation that caused him so much pain and encouraging his body to produce the immune responses that would guide him back to health. A simple thing, yet repeated time and again here.

And yet, Yukiko wouldn’t have it any other way. She felt at peace here, tending to those who needed her. Even her dancing held little fulfilment in comparison. For all that her mother wished her to be free to pursue her own interests instead of serve, her interest lay in service. The young Healer dreaded the day her mother’s wants for her began to conflict with her own. The last thing she wanted was to be a bad or ungrateful daughter.

She smiled and waved away the woman’s profuse gratitude, already looking for the next petitioner. There was already more work to do here, starting with the man’s family. This particular illness was highly contagious and the poor things likely already had it as well.

Petitions (if any): 

Caste Requesting: Healer Queen
Plot point(s) requiring this caste:

Yukiko being discovered to be a Healer Queen would be everything Ririko fears and guarantee she would never be free to pursue her own future as her mother wants for her. She would also be in a position to either save the traditional ways or to be the change that her mother fears.

She would be a solution to the Ariake succession crisis if her Caste ever came to light (which it does not have to).  If Vivian does not remain active with Yuki as a PC, she would be a replacement Healer Queen in the plot requiring all four Clan Queens to be holding their ancestress’ exact Castes- even symbolically ‘developing’ her second Caste later in life as Ariake no Amaterasu did.

She could be available for the other Clans to try to marry their sons or brothers to, giving them inroads to the Ariake (or the Clan Queen if her second Caste is ever discovered and something happens to Lady Natsuhana). Perhaps it could set up an Izayoi-Ariake alliance to set against the fledgling Kagen-Shingetsu one. Also, with Noriko still set on power, the woman would likely not take the reveal well, possibly stirring insurrection and civil war among the Ariake.

If Vivian does remain active with Yuki, having an Ariake Healer Queen would first free Viv up to pursue plots and roles that do not require Yuki to be Ariake Clan Queen. It would also deepen any inter-Clan conflict or civil war in an interesting way, perhaps allowing factions to form in support of one Queen or the other even without their encouragement. Some would likely support Yuki as the Darker, more experienced former Dragon Mother and others favoring Yukiko as the Blood Ariake (or simply to save the bloodline that would die if she does not serve as Clan Queen at some point) or because they see her as less “flaky”. I.e., not having abandoned a throne, or having out-of-Territory interests to distract her.


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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #1 on: Jun 04, 20, 09:43:38 PM »
Please roll her Birthright as per HERE.




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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #2 on: Jun 05, 20, 03:46:04 PM »
Weighed by Mother Night...

You've risen from the Darkness blessed with a cut Opal Birthright Jewel.



Congratulations!
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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #3 on: Jun 17, 20, 06:54:59 PM »
Ready for review.




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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #4 on: Jun 17, 20, 07:08:27 PM »
Yukiko is good from plot leader perspective :3






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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #5 on: Jun 17, 20, 07:15:02 PM »
Ririko mentions good on my end.

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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #6 on: Jun 21, 20, 02:01:44 PM »
added to queue
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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #7 on: Jul 13, 20, 03:31:00 PM »

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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #8 on: Jul 26, 20, 02:59:54 PM »
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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #9 on: Jul 26, 20, 03:10:47 PM »
(Still good for Tacea stuff!)






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Re: Yukiko no Ariake
« Reply #11 on: Jul 30, 20, 09:33:31 PM »
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