Queen Linn Ennim (a.k.a. The Mournful Queen)
Had a "life" been worth "getting", I would have one by now and you would be lecturing me for not fulfilling some other imagined standard. If you have a suggestion, be specific; otherwise, go away.
Shut up--your idiocy is chasing away originality.
General Physical Condition
She is lean and almost malnourished. The queen's pale face contrasts heavily with the two blood-red orbs symmetrically located on either side of her nose. The humanoid design is adopted by many Fluxers, but is typically considered to be inferior to that of insectoids or sphere-based frames. However, while her body is technically considered to be a handicap, Linn is still extremely fast and strong by most standards, and her health is rarely in question.
One might attribute her appearance and temperament to that of a vampire, but Linn is more peaceable than her legacy suggests. While terrifying, she does not drink blood (or Fluxer gelatin) or fulfill any demonic superstitions. While lean, quick, strong, and wraith-like, she is also a reasonable height with long black hair that could easily allow her to disappear into a crowd.
Other than having an incomparably brilliant mind and nearly endless supply of resources that make her one of the most dangerous Fluxers in the world, nothing.
She has been known to create and diffuse hostile environments with magical influence, but Linn's preferred method is hand-to-hand combat. The speed at which she moves is comparable to that of a world-class assassin, even though the youthful noble rarely practices. This is due to her perception of reality being infinitely faster than normal and a natural tendency to limit unnecessary movements, which optimizes flow.
Born into a royal family, Linn was naturally exposed to the political hassle that constantly weighed on her parents' minds. The girl expressed an intense dislike for such affairs, even growing to despise how such leadership roles disrupted her everyday life. Unfortunately, her parents were responsible for the well-being of a nation and were unable to abandon these duties, even for their rebellious little girl.
This introverted ruler was granted access to an endless amount of resources as well as over three thousand years of Flux histories, which did not go to waste. The preceding king and queen had trouble finding educators who could move at their daughter's accelerated pace and were forced to request assistance from the Mage Association. However, not even the most brilliant local mages would be able to entertain her for more than a few short days, and many of them would end up asking the princess to explain things. She would typically refuse to even acknowledge such requests.
Being orphaned by Parapoptsi assassins at a young age created a well-founded paranoia. Because of these constant fears, Linn becomes very insecure in situations she can't control and has been known to lash out at her surroundings. It's extremely rare for her to visibly express anger, but the queen's pointed words and movements are terrifying. No one doubts the Mournful Queen's threats despite her youthful age and seemingly frail stature. Unfortunately, such a life is not conducive to relationships based on mutual trust, so she has no friends.
She glanced back and forth between the clenched arm and her assailant while the surrounding guards eagerly awaited instruction. Momentarily analyzing the representative's outstretched appendage and assuming its biological capabilities, she swiftly kicked his shoulder against the joint's natural bend while simultaneously grabbing and messily detaching his arm. The queen walked away, still expressionless, while a business representative cursed and writhed on the palace floor.
Morality & Philosophy
Linn is always trying to be fair. This is an indisputable fact (well, Beleford Beguile disputes it, but his opinion doesn't really count). Lippit's monarch is incredibly unique in this trait, especially in the context of being a Highland country, most of which which are famed most as having universally self-focused leaders.
Linn's drive to be fair has lowered her tolerance for injustices on all levels (within reason), making any polar belief extremely unattractive. She has been known to simply stand up and walk away from influential world leaders after hearing one divisive or intentionally inflammatory statement. In one situation, the Mournful Queen has even disintegrated an anti-gelatinous activist who publicly slandered Supra Willygate of the Chazra.
Savvies & Ineptitudes
While she might be extremely talented at discovering and solving problems that few others even knew existed, Linn is terrible at socializing. Her specific type of power prioritizes factual responses over subtlety and emotional consideration, making her terribly awkward during informal interactions. The stigma built around powerful leaders perpetuates this issue, since one emotional response could destroy her international credibility as royalty.
In what situation would a subjective view of my feelings benefit me?
Towards Beleford Beguile
Towards Linn Ennim
Linn is fully aware that Beleford Beguile is directly responsible for her parents' untimely death, not to mention the seemingly endless atrocities he's committed since his ascension to becoming a Dictator.
I strive for contentment, though it is immediately lost to your nonsensical "happiness".
Linn Ennim Quote [explicit]
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