Liavrea Vysoren: An attempt at education
I have been HS Wift for the longest time now, through some of the darkest hours I have known, and it warms my heart to know that the light that led me through lives on still.
May it never die.
Liavrea was a bad student.
While her teachers were explaining the intricacies of Elven Woodsinging, the history of the High Forest, or the finer points of high culture, the young Vysoren girl heard only the song of the birds, the low roar of the wind, or the chirp of the crickets, hiding in the tall grass. Perhaps, the outdoors lecture theatre was ill-considered, but there'd never been any issue before.
The elves of the High Forest believed in a learning environment that allowed students to better attune to their home, but a heightened connection to nature made Liavrea far more prone to distraction than her peers. To the dismay of her parents, and teachers, Liavrea was always happier exploring the forest and climbing trees than learning the rich history of her race.
The only lessons she took to were musical and martial. She seemed to engage more in her infrequent sparring lessons, though her form was far from graceful, and the same could be said for her skill with the lute. But at least she enjoyed them.
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I like this non-conformist elf girl.
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My latest character, and I will say, she is an incredibly fun person to be.
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