Pollyanna: The Eternally Young
A minor deity of Aelayeron, Pollyanna was considered the Divine Advocate of Intrigue: representing the curiosity inherent to Man. Her actions during 1499 Gathering Flowers Event would eventually initiate the Soft Defiance. (This article contains major spoilers for Sunrise Serenade)
"Hi, mister man~"
"No, Your Grace. Please. Archdeacon, acolyte; even Father Laurence. Anything but 'mister man.'"
"Okay, mister man!"
Tall, slender, and with a heart-shaped face as bright as a flower, Pollyanna was regarded as a beauty even amongst the minor divinity. Her sandy complexion complemented her striking black eyes and changing hair color. Most of the time, her hair was said to be a deep brown, but on occaision it would shift to a lighter tone. Atop her head were two great horns, much like those of the markhors found in the mountains of Chion. For whatever reason, they seemed to possess a force which drew her hair upward and apart, accentuating the "Y" shape of her silhouette. Her most striking feature, even above her horns, eyes or halo were her numerous legs. Wiry, glossy, and utterly inhuman, they closesly resembled those of ants and not only in design. Pollyanna was known to scuttle up and across the walls, ceilings, and even people around her.
Namesake/leitmotif: "POLLYANNA (I BELIEVE IN YOU)" by Catherine Warwick
Date of Birth
1227 AD 1498 AD 271 years old
Place of Death
Lucenda: City on the High Wall
Black with W-shaped pupils