Amythyste

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Amythyste Menarakiaar
Status Active
Race Elothean
Gender Female
Guild Cleric
Instance Platinum

Appearance

You see Amythyste Menarakiaar, Rensh Eloir'a of the House of the Gentle Lion, an Elothean.

Amythyste has a peaked face with pale freckles across the nose and cheeks, delicate ears, darkly shadowed amaranthine eyes and a perfectly ordinary nose. Her silver-blonde hair is hip length and silky with heavy bangs, and is worn tied back in an elegant chignon held in place by a midnight-hued Phelim's Bliss rose made of glittering starlight velvet. She has milky porcelain skin contoured with glittering swipes of translucent crystal dust and a floor-length pale grey eolienne cassock clasped with a glaes Eylhaar wing orchid enshrouding a frail figure.

She is moderately tall for an Elothean.

A tear-shaped dragon-blood ruby adorned with an intaglio bouquet of ghost orchids nestles at the top of her forehead, brightened by faint, darting sparkles deep within the gem.

She appears to be in her prime.

A luminous orb of coruscating rainbowed light hovers like a will-o-wisp, following her diligently.

She is in good shape.


She is wearing a softly glowing moonsilver halo set with a spiral of faceted star-cut garnets, a spiraling crystalline earcuff designed to pierce the helix of the ear, a luminous dreamstone suspended from a fine crystal chain, a formal cloak of midnight diamond ialalhe clasped with an alabaster lotus, a soft white organza blouse with silken embroidery, a thin e'erdream ring bereft of decoration, a long moonsilk prayer sash accented with a perfect twilight sapphire pendant, a soft black lotusweave skirt with scalloped swags of Eylhaar wing orchids embroidered along the hem, some sheer alabaster spidersilk stockings and some dove-grey Elothean silk slippers tied with lace ribbons.


Spell Prep

Amythyste traces an incandescent shesegri pattern in the air as she begins a lilting chant. The glowing pattern explodes into myriad rainbow-colored shards as the cadence slows.