Rosalina Bell Forveus
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Rosalina Bell outshines in the elements of air and water; this therefore draws her closer to the power of light. She shines by means of curative charms; healing powers. Her physical abilities betray her; in consequence she situates herself in the posterior end of a battle, casting curative charms on injured allies. With sensitivity to the power of the mind, Rosalina has begun to dabble in the art of illusions and other psychic abilities. This strength however does not excel her curative charms by any means; nevertheless she is a fast learner and appears to be developing swiftly with her mind capabilities.
Due to Rosalina Bell’s pure and untainted temperament, she exists as sickly sweet. Her delicate, high voice doesn’t vocalize unless necessary. She ascertains that she is a female, the frail gender, and that her position in being is submission to a male in which case he will offer protection. Although Rosalina does not deem everyone to be of equal value she does not act in a way that is demeaning, even when she is being belittled. She identifies and has faith in her own significance, thus does not believe she has to debate it with those clearly beneath her. When engaging in a hostile encounter, Rosalina, akin to a true angel, will attempt to bring accordance before battle. Should she fail, one finds that she will merely evade attacks until her enemy enervates and she can simply walk away; though this has been proven complex at times due to her benevolent nature. Should the fight be of a more intense nature she will play with the elements of air or water, given that she is too feeble to brawl physically.
Born into aristocracy Rosalina glistens with purity. Since she was infantile Rosalina was edified in the ways of primeval and rather chauvinist behaviour and ideologies. She has been educated in the original traditions of the angels, predominantly due to her father being an adjudicator of the high court. Rosalina’s chauvinist behaviour is also profoundly influenced due to the lack of her mother who was exiled for heresy by her own husband. High Judge Romiel, Rosalina’s father, was obligated to banish his wife due to her immersed involvement in one of the holy wars. High Judge Romiel forbid even the slightest chance that Rosalina would trail her mother’s footprints and thus as soon as he banished his wife he set about educating his daughter as traditionally as possible. Before she received her letter of acceptance from Head Master Socratic she was inculcated to study under strict conditions. Should she not be studying, then she was standing next to her father in assemblies of the angels.