Starling Santua

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Bishopess Starling Santua
Faction : Clergy
Kingdom : Seat Of The Gods
Birthdate : 7/25/1201 (Age: 21)
Gender : female
Position : Bishopess
Parent : Prince Nathan Santua
Parent : Princess Swallow Santua
Status : Single
Children : None
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She was a princess of Santua, til she gave it all up for Larthin after some big falling out with her family.

RP Hooks
  • Amarant: Her mother's an Amarant, and she keeps in contact with that side of the family.
  • Larthin: She's a Bishopess.
  • Santua: She used to be a princess, before she renounced her title.
  • Seat Of The Gods: When she left her family for the Clergy, she moved to the Seat.

Starling is an imperious woman, on the shorter side for her people-- which is probably a blessing, given her thin build of long, sharp lines. It's obvious that there isn't much softness to the woman, in any sense of the word. Wavy teal hair is often left loose to brush her shoulders, contrasting sharply with her usual attire of black and gold.


If Starling is suffering from a physical wound of some sort (from papercut to mortal injury), she can cause the same wound to appear on another target. Her magic doesn't transfer her wound, and each use of the ability makes it harder for her to heal-- especially the wound in question. These injuries always scar, and and almost always develop a complication, such as lingering pain or decreased mobility.


Cold, imperious. Starling doesn't have time for people that aren't of some benefit to her-- at least, not at first. There's probably some sliver of friendliness deep down inside, but few have ever reached it. She's quick to anger, she holds grudges, and she's been known to go to extremes for vengeance and spite. She's ambitious and focused, rarely letting go once she's chosen a goal.

  • Nathan (Parent): Respected for his drive and focus, but little else.
  • Swallow (Parent): She used to look up to her, but now Starling has turned her back.
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