Name: Rajara Gudrs'Rivuyi
Race: Rakash Spouse: Single
Preferred Location: Crossings
Features: Rajara has a heart-shaped face, thick-lashed violet eyes, a freckled nose and dimples. Her deep purple-streaked blue-black hair is long and fine, and is worn in a deceptively careless-looking arrangement of upswept locks held in place by a fragile black gold crescent moon haircomb set with tiny moonstone chips. She has pale skin and a plump figure.
Roleplay Stance: Light
PvP Stance: Closed
IM: AIM: Ellusionz21
Quote: "A face without freckles is like a night without stars."
On a Whim
Located in the Sun Room of the Crossing Plaza. The shop is attended by an assistant daily between 1pm and 8pm Eastern time.
Get Lost On A Whim to learn more about the shop, weekly auctions, and notes for the shopper and trader in you!
You see Whimsical Writer Rajara Gudrs'Rivuyi, Cadge of Elanthia, a Rakash.
Rajara has a heart-shaped face, thick-lashed violet eyes, a freckled nose and dimples. Her deep purple-streaked blue-black hair is long and fine, and is worn in a deceptively careless-looking arrangement of upswept locks held in place by a fragile black gold crescent moon haircomb set with tiny moonstone chips. She has pale skin and a curvaceous figure. Some onyx ravens float lazily around her right ankle, glowing with a lustrous sheen against her skin.
She appears to be in her prime.
She is in good shape.
Rajara has thick-lashed violet eyes and dimples, a white and black coat with black masking, a slender tail and a curvaceous figure. A miniature donkey floats lazily around her neck, glowing with a lustrous sheen against her fur.
You are wearing a distressed leather tip hat, a silver kyanite gwethdesuan, a length of tarnished silver wire, a silver jadeite gwethdesuan, a serpent earcuff finely crafted from blackened moonsilver, a varna earcuff, a Kronar-shaped amber lens suspended from a golden chain, an azure crystal medallion embellished by night diamonds, a fruitwood amulet inlaid with opals in the pattern of a moon, a whimiscal blackened moonsilver crow charm, a rabbit's foot, a hyoid cravat pin of deep green amber, a clockwork spider, an ornate platinum brooch set with an orichalcum icosahedron, a sleek claret millipede with lavender-grey and storm-grey stripes, a black tankard-shaped badge etched with the insignia of the Tavern Troupe, a pair of arching niniam-framed wings ornamented with icesteel, a heavy silk haversack, a fanciful glitvire broom with e'erdream bristles, a polished leather morawen with a slap stick and a scimitar secured to it, a wooden pin with a silver goat charm suspended within, an elegant black traveler's rucksack, a diaphanous gown of wisteria mistsilk with a cascading spun glitter floral motif, a rich platinum armlet set with a stained glass mosaic of the Traders' guild crest, an elegant glitvire wristcuff carved with a detailed winter scene, a small silver kitten displaying folded down ears, a form-fitting pair of diamond-hide gloves, a diamond-studded platinum ring bearing the crest of the Trader's Guild, a platinum ring engraved with the Estate Holder's crest, a glitzy ring pop cradling a flamboyant candy emerald, an albredine crystal ring, a golden feedbag with a detailed map depicted on it, a tyrium-reinforced wisteria moneybelt studded with night diamonds, an e'erdream merchant's case inlaid with a dark gold katambite, a black gem pouch, a muted rainbow glass fang captured by a twisting tyrium chain, and some lavender knee socks embroidered with crimson butterflies.
Most people are curious as to how a Rakash and Prydaen could be sisters. We're not really blood sisters of course, though we did go through the little ritual when we were younger of pricking our fingers and swearing to protect each other forever. We were both born a few years after our parents had fled from the evil Necromancer Lyras, giving thanks to their gods and saviors when the barrier was erected. They wandered to the outskirts of the Crossing, choosing to stay in the wilderness, hoping to stay with the old ways they were familiar with. Unfortunately, that's hard to do in new surroundings with new people. So the Rakash and Prydaen ending up sharing dens.
This is where Soosha and I both come in, where we were born. When we were old enough to wander, we found each other and quickly became enemies. Great beginnings; we were both stalking the same mouse, and ended up pouncing the other in our eagerness for our first kill. After that we always competed in things, and just could not manage to one-up the other; I would win one game, and she the other.
Our battle would probably have gone on forever if that day hadn't arrived. That day being the celebration to remember those we lost. Now don't think we were celebrating they were lost, just remembering them in a good, happy way. During these times the bloodwine made everyone a bit less watchful and that was the time the ogres who lived in our territory happened to invade our home. Our parents and neighbors tried to fight, but they were more a peaceful bunch now and lax in their fighting skills since we hadn't any enemies here. They ordered us to run and hide in the safe place, and as we sat there huddled together, holding on to one another fearing the unknown, we heard the horrible sounds of our families being slaughtered.
I don't recall much of what happened afterwards or even during. I don't think Soosha does either. But somehow we salvaged what we could and wandered away from the destruction. We stayed together not knowing what else to do, living off the land. When I almost got taken down by a musk hog she grabbed me to safety and held me tightly. We cried together then, mourning the death of our parents and what should have been. That is where we made our blood pact to always protect each other as our parents would have. We would become our own pack/pryde and make our family proud.
A while later we traveled to the Crossing to see what the town life was like. We met many weird and interesting people. During our visit I met the Trader guildleader and learned of their fabulous skills. I decided to join and make a living this way. My new sister Soosha also stayed in town doing odd jobs, though found her new favorite skill was to live off my work. We are happy and content in our new home, never forgetting the vows we made to our loved ones.