TorterrableRider CharacterCharacter BasicsName:
A wealthy socialite who aids her husband in running a multimillion dollar travel agency that plans trips throughout ArgentinaNet Worth:
$399 millionCharacter AppearanceHeight:
6 foot 2 inchesWeight:
125 lbsHair Colour:
As pictureEye Colour:
As pictureDistinguishing marks:
A small tattoo of a shark decorates her hipCharacter SpecificsLikes:
Reading horror, being naked, salsa dancing, being in the beach and in the sun, hard liquor, watching others grovel, morning runsDislikes:
Being in danger, cute romance, disobedience, beer and wine, being taken anally, failurePersonality:
Estrella is a woman who yields absolutely zero percent. She has gotten to where she is in life by giving herself absolutely no mercies on her own tasks, and is just as rough on others. She is a straightforward woman who is extremely delighted when her orders are followed to the letter, and demonically angry when a disobedient move ends up costing her something. That being said, she is typically polite to those she does not command directly, for she understands that there should be limits upon her domineering personality.
She is completely dominant and pairs the most well with a completely submissive. Defiance makes her grind her teeth and crush harder with whatever she has, and the very idea of rebellion sets off alarm bells in her head. She often establishes a very hard persona in her mind at the first impression of a person, and it is hard for someone to change this first impression unless they truly try. This could be a good or a bad thing, depending on what the impression was, but for most of the people she works with, it is a bad thing indeed. History:
Estrella came from the bottom. Born to the slums in a dingy part of Argentina, the most that was expected out of her was to become a good housewife, taking care of five children or so after finishing school up to the sixth grade. Not so. Early on Estrella set her goals up high. She saw the men riding in fancy cars coming to her village to examine the crops and talk with certain men, and she told herself, very young, that she would be one of those people. Nothing would stop her.
She blazed through school powerfully, a maniacal gleam in her eye. She let nothing hold her back, not the teachers, not her parents, and definitely not her chores. She worked her way up against all odds, and even the teachers felt an angry sort of jealousy when they saw her climb high in the world. She aced her way through elementary school, and from there, only aimed higher. Any man who came to her was a distraction, and if he did not stop his distracting, he might find himself clutching his testicles and praying he could still have children. Estrella showed no mercy, not to her classes, not to her friends, and definitely not to her enemies.
She had a knack for business. From the very start, she had sold candy on the streets of her hometown to pay for her textbooks and tools of studying, and that grew in her. She drove a powerful bargain, but her looks and her strong charisma always oiled the cogs towards a good deal for her end. In middle school, she began a textbook exchange, making a few pesos of pocket money by acting as a middlewoman to the exchange of knowledge between one grade and the next. Her actions caught the attention of one of the best colleges in her country, in Buenos Aires, and she left her small business in the hands of a few not-yet-graduated associates as she headed, on scholarship, to learn the true in and outs of business.
They thought she'd never make it. She came out of a small nowhere town, was a nowhere woman, and had no place in business, they said. She showed them horribly wrong. For their first project, food stalls around campus, her traditional cuisine, aided by two chefs she befriended and recruited, completely demolished the competition, resulting in a high pass for her and near-failures for all of her rivals. From that point on, no man dare approached her to tease her in any way, shape or form. She had more iron than any of them.
Her husband was a marriage of convenience rather than of love. When he first approached her with the proposal, he even had a contract showing how it would be advantageous for the both of them. While other girls might have slapped him and told him they were done, Estrella was more than impressed. She knew that he had his own sexual pursuits; she had not been inactive in college, and had left a trail of broken boy and girl toys behind her. But the argument he made for their joining was powerful; his family had money, he had a dream to make more money, and she had more drive than he had ever seen. And having a smart wife was one of the best things a man could do.
And so it began. She entered the world of business and was finally among equals. It was only there that she could truly have to fight tooth and claw, and she loved it. She does not see her husband very often except to discuss business, and that is fine by her. She has her own life, and her own explorations. When she heard of the Pony Palace, she had to try it; what use was all the money she was making if not to buy fancy things and to impress others? She is here to try new things, to revisit old ones, and in general...have a good time.