The Hon. Artemis fforbes-HamiltonAge:
First Class Passenger (with nobs on)Sexual Preferences:
A little taller than average for most women of her time and class, Artemis (Arty to her family) has fair hair, blue eyes and the porcelain skin that's characteristic of fforbes-Hamilton women. Her body is slight, but not entirely without shape - the family has survived countless generations thanks to suitably childbearing hips.Personality:
A quiet girl, unaware of her own beauty. She is more suited to the kinds of mindless activities that polite society foists upon a child raised in isolation... she can play patience and bridge, she can work needlepoint and recite obscure poems. She is aware of her social position and has been raised to believe she is somehow fundamentally different from people of the lower classes. Her new found freedom on board the ship reveals a reckless streak, a desire to live life to the full and attempt to shrug off her fearful nature.Background:
Has lived with her mother and grandmother at Grantleigh Manor in the English countryside all her life, every move monitored by a nanny or the tyrannical eye of her relatives. She's been very sheltered and protected, her only real access to the outside world has been newspapers (little more than propaganda) and servants' gossip. Her grandmother caught a severe chill days before their departure and it was decided, against her grandmother's wishes, that Artemis should make the trip alone. She is traveling to visit her father who lives in the States as a diplomat. With a new sense of freedom, she sets off on the open sea.