Lady Hyacinth Rylanth
Animals make the most treasured friends. They're not too busy talking to listen, and they never judge what they hear.
Description: Hyacinth has inherited her mother's honeyed locks, and her father's fair skin, a perfect blending of the two, and her wide large eyes, more striking than any other feature have melded her mother's mossy green eyes with flecks of amber from her father that gives them a light sage green hue. She's tall, and very thin - willowy, even. Her slow, almost languid movements are full of grace and gentleness, though she can be surprisingly fast when it's necessary.
Personality: A guileless smile is almost always present on this young elven woman's features. There is an air of sweetness and innocence to her that hints at naivete that has led many to underestimate her and assume she's empty headed, but there's a keen mind behind those eyes. She's affable to anyone she meets, and is quite likely to declare a new acquaintance her very best friend before she even has a chance to learn more than their name, and she's usually genuine when she says it - but she's fickle in her affections, and the very next person she meets may replace that person just as readily. Truth be told, her best friend isn't elven at all - it's the white doe that is ever present at her side. The only time she's truly at ease though, is when she's out in the forest - shoes off, and wearing only her underrobes. In fact, as a child, she had to return home and confess more than once that her clothing and shoes had been lost - yet again - more than a few times.
Background: Hyacinth was the youngest child of Lord Gureylain Rylanth and Elonwe Rylanth. The death of her Mother and sister was a formative event in the life of one who was still a child at the time. Surely she understood the implications, and she felt the grief as keenly as everyone else did, but she soon learned to hide it behind a kind smile, carefully measured movements, and words that came with great consideration. She learned to work quietly, efficiently, and with a grace that was easy to miss. Some mistake that, combined with her affable nature, as a sign that she's nothing more than an empty headed girl - but they don't realize how much she actually sees when she's busy being ignored and underestimated.