Foil, Sabre, Bow and ArrowPersonality:
Imogen lives in a world of ideals, ideas and strategic planning; she values intelligence, knowledge and competence, and typically has high standards in these regards (which she continuously strives to fulfill) and she tends to have similar expectations of others. In being thus, she is commonly believed to be uptight and serious, a tad shy, but has a reputation for being loyal and dedicated to those that win her trust.History:
Imogen was born and raised in Bretagne, France the only child of Sir Byron Tristram - a descendant of Sir Tristan and the current, local British Consul in St Malo; her mother, Helena, had passed away when Imogen was five and left her daughter to be reared by her father and a fleet of wild English nannies that were young, inexperienced and prone to being swept off their feet by handsome, young Frenchmen leaving her disillusioned with females (in general) as flighty, unfocused, drunk and vulnerable.
Determined not to be as her nannies appeared, Imogen buckled down, displaying an aptitude for chemistry, biology and physics - much to her tutor's relief, while appeasing her father's wishes for a son by being a daughter that could keep up with his interests of fencing and hunting. To this extent, from the age of five, Imogen has studied French-style fencing and is proficient with the foil and sabre, as well as archery lessons; preferring the skill and patience that it takes to hunt with these versus a rifle. As a result, she can throw objects with a certain degree of precision, though their balance, weight and shape can alter the points of impact, like rings on a target.
Now, of an age to pursue higher education, and in line with her father's wishes, Imogen will be attending her first year at his old alma mater, with her intent to progress through pre-med while harbouring her secret dream of being able to discover something miraculous.