~ ~ ~ Freyja, played by PrestaDGTation (created by Xanatos) ~ ~ ~Character Name
: Freyja Alias / Nickname
: Pet, Darling, Sexy Gardner, Toy, other on the spur of the moment names, etcFace Claim
: Eva MarieAge
: Little over one hundred years old.Sexuality
: Whatever her creator wants her to be.Racial class
: Created Mortal with minor Demonic infusion.Caste
: Toy, Sex Toy, Pet, The Apple of Her Creator's EyeAppearance
Valkurn didn't truly create Freyja's appearance. She had a 'model' to base her work of art upon. However, she made alterations over the decades to more completely suit her desires. This eventually created a physical specimen that was fully unique, despite being formed entirely by its creator's interests and needs.
And of course, her body is beautiful in a way that befits a century long master-work. She is a truly gorgeous woman, engineered to delight the senses and perform to her master's exacting standards. Sensuous curves, majestic facial features, and long, well sculpted legs are all present, but balanced with a strong frame and exemplary muscle-tone. No side of her beauty detracts from the other, no trait is over exaggerated, making her seamlessly both glamorous and amazonian. All of this is further accented by her ability to change her hair from a deep auburn brown into a bright, firey red at will.
She carries herself with a proud, but not magnanimous, sense of poise. Some might mistake her for a warrior of some kind, a stoic and radiant sentinel, never far from her mistress when in public. But while she may be well trained, her's is the heart of a servant, and every now and again the astute will see the powerful creature growing weak at the knees, eager to please her creator and sovereign. The collar around her neck, marking her as an Ibilith and with Valkurn's personal seal, is always worn with pride.
Freyja may have been modeled off of Regara, but is inferior to her in many respects. One of these is that she lacks a male organ. An intentional design flaw, as Valkurn would never allow a mere creation to surpass the Dragon's status as her perfect lover. There are some complicated emotions there, due to this, but Freyja chooses to take his indulgence of her 'original model' as a compliment, and further proof that her own body is a literal masterpiece.Personality
Freyja is not your typical servant. As an artificial being created specifically for this purpose, Freyja shares a supernatural bond of loyalty with Valkurn, a soul-instinctual need to serve her and earn her favor. Protective, obedient, and loyal fail to do justice to the raw and naked emotion that Freyja feels for her mistress. She would rather literally break herself in half than to do her creator a disservice, and she governs herself accordingly.
However, while she does feel the desire to let her knees buckle, to kneel and fawn and plead for favor from her mistress, she was taught long ago that only the strong can truly serve a being such as Valkurn. As such, Freyja tends to take a more active approach to servitude, and life in general. She is forthright, honest, and decisive. If something causes her mistress or herself displeasure, she moves rapidly to fix it. She shares Valkurn's exacting standards and eye for detail, maintaining what she coins 'a measure of respect' in all affairs she undertakes. Freyja is also singularly intolerant of anything that affronts her mistress, and those concealed emotions can often erupt, if someone disrespects Vulkurn in any way while in her presence.
Her tasks are not all consuming, and often she is left to cultivate herself, avidly adding new skills and honing her abilities. Dancing, fighting, music, art.. at first it didn't matter which of these she excelled at, so long as it pleased her mistress. But in time, Freyja has actually developed a much more artistic side. She loves songs and poems, bearing a strange weakness for something exquisitely stated. She also has a strange love of plants, enjoying their simplicity and honesty. She took up caring for them some time ago, and has since been made into the unofficial residence gardener. Like her mistress, she treats every plant as someone to dote upon and pamper, letting them fill a need for service, while studying the new creations her Mistress has constructed.
Despite all her attempts otherwise, Freyja is not an extremely strong person. Perhaps it is the crippling desire for service that pervades her, or something deeper. A flaw, perhaps, in her master's otherwise perfect design. Whatever the reason, Freyja sometimes finds herself unable to speak in Valkurn's presence, having to force herself to be calm before she opens her lips. She was taught, violently, never to cower. Never to show the fear, the weakness, or the desperate need to crawl to her mistress's feet and beg her for praise, that she feels around her.
Of a particular note is Regara. The two strongly favor one another, although they are by no means identical. Freyja serves her just as enthusiastically as her own mistress, but with a different sort of enjoyment. To Freyja, Regara is the ideal. The original, intoxicating, perfect entity that was the inspiration for her own existence. As such, while she does satisfy the need to serve Valkurn in seeing to Regara's pleasure, it is augmented by pampering someone Freyja sees as a mentor. Her literal role-model. There is a trust and exhilaration there that equals her adoration for Valkurn. Both are worth dying for, even if she is only sworn to one.History within Nalerius
Freyja's history is fairly simple. She was born to serve Vulkurn. She did so. Now, we are in the present.
Freyja rarely leaves the compound, unless her mistress wants something specific and is tied up with other matters. Even if she does, Freyja isn't one to linger. She speaks little, pays fairly, and returns. Even the few things that have hassled her during these short interludes have had only the barest effect on her history.Weapons:
Freyja is proficient as an unarmed combatant, able to brawl and wrestle admirably for an entity of her class. She also is extremely good with a pair of custom-made steel straight bars that she sometimes keeps concealed on her person. These are her default weapon, meant for blunt force and disabling as opposed to actual killing. Although it should be said that she will learn the use of any tool that her master gives her. There have been several..
Her favorite weapon, however, is a large curved greatsword that is used exclusively for sparring. While her mistress enjoys her ability to fight, and she is therefore quite seasoned in this respect, Freyja has never actually brought her greatsword into a potentially fatal combat scenario, and therefore it isn't seen as a very good go-to in an actual threat. Magical Powers/Notes of Interest:Enchanced:
- Valkurn infused her mortal body with just enough demonic essence to increase her endurance, durability, and strength, mostly so she wasn't a limp sack of flesh in bed. This way, she can handle some abuse without breaking. And perhaps even return a little, if allowed.Loyal Bound:
- A soul-instinctual need to serve Valkurn, which manifests itself in abject devotion. As with the Dravema, this is a supernatural bond. Even if it weren't, it is literally her reason for being alive, and was made a part of her during her conception over 100 years ago. As if that weren't enough, Freyja had gladly sworn her own soul to her mistress. The bond cannot be broken, even by death.Vivify:
- Freyja was never intended to have any powers at all. But the ability to transform her hair from brown to red actually progressed into other abilities. Freyja can 'vivify' things. Making a set of colors brighter, making a plant healthier, making herself more powerful, or making a lover more flushed with passion. In effect, she gives of her own strength, and her hair color can sometimes serve as a barometer of just how much she actually has, in this regard. A strange ability, but a useful one.Favored
: - While Freyja is just a slave, Valkurn is a possessive being. At least, with things she truly enjoys. Meaning, that others would be wise not to mess with Freyja, lest they anger Valkurn.