Kira_Nenthyn

gomeztoo
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Kira_Nenthyn

by gomeztoo, May 16,2010
Kira is a half-elf, a young tomboy with a slim figure and dark red hair braided in many small strands. She wears tight leather pants and a similar vest that leaves her arms bare, except for a set of decorative bracers. In a dark belt around her waist sits an ornate dagger. Her left shoulder is adorned with the tattoo of a seven-tailed scourge.'
The following information can be gained with a Streetwise check:
DC 15: Kira Nenthyn and her twin brother [[Dayan Nenthyn|Dayan]] are the adopted children of Breeandra Nenthyn, the former owner of the Fall of Stars. Breeandra passed away twenty years ago and left the club to the twins. The twins belong to the richest people of New Velar, and have a seat at the Seven Burghers counsel.
DC 17: Kira manages the club’s finances and aids Yellira Am’benuinyl in directing the club. She is technically Yellira’s employer, but Kira treats her more like a mother and mentor. Kira is groomed to be the next Mistress of Stars, should Yellira retire. Kira has a rivalry with her brother Dayan. The two often argue about the course to take for the club.
DC 20: The twins were born in the strife around the Moonsea. Their father was killed, and their mother, a friend of Breeandra, died in childbirth after fleeing to Harrowdale.
DC 23: Kira dabbles in magic. She has a bit of talent, and shows interest in all matters arcane.
DC 25: Kira is a follower of Loviatar, like her adoption mother was. She also pays homage to Tymora and Sune. She keeps her faith a private matter, and is kind and caring to others.
DC 30: Kira heads a group of fellow lay worshippers, called the Way of the Lash, who meet in the Fall of Stars.
A character learns the following information about Kira with a successful Religion check:
DC 15: The tattoo on Kira’s arm is the symbol of Loviatar, Maiden of Pain. It is slightly different in that the scourge’s tails aren’t barbed.
Kira does not normally discuss her faith. She understands she can get negative reactions from people who realize her faith and oppose it. For her, pain is a means to grow above yourself. She enjoys pain in certain ways, but realizes not everyone experiences it that way. She worships Loviatar in her neutral aspect as the personification of pain, not in her evil aspect as a torturer. She is not typical of the Loviatan faith – but then again, she is a lay worshipper, not a priestess.
See: [[Harrowdale]], [[Fall of Stars]], [[Way of the Lash]]

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