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Persona Profile: Enamra

Writer: Miriah

Name: Enamra
Age: 15
Birthday: m3 d14
Rank: Hall Resident
Location: Dolphin Hall, Dolphin Cove Weyr

Physical Description of Persona:
If Enamra hadn't been malnourished most of her life, she'd be a pretty young thing. As it is, she is delicate and frail, with dark smudges under her eyes. Her brown hair falls to her waist and is in need of a trim. She typically uses it to hide her face if possible. Her large dark eyes are nearly black and framed with thick, but short lashes. Her skin is the color of creamed klah, with freckles that dot over the bridge of her nose and cheeks. Her bottom teeth are slightly crooked and her upper teeth appear large in comparison to a thin face and a slightly pouty lower lip.

Emotional Description of Persona:
Enamra is shy and a bit skittish, and usually doesn't speak over a soft tone. She doesn't raise her voice, even in her own defense. Any display of anger frightens her and she cringes. She tends to look down at all times, and doesn't meet people's gaze unless someone makes her. She used to have a tendency for naivete, but her recent history has caused her to be bitter and morose, with a penchant for crying and withdrawing.

Enamra is a hard worker, however, and will work until she tires if allowed; it's all she's ever known. She is unused to being idle and if forced into idleness, fidgets until she can be active.

History of Persona:
Enamra was born in a small, poor fishing cothold and is the eldest of six children. Her mother died birthing the last, a the young son that her husband had been seeking. As the eldest, Enamra took over both the household duties and the mother figure for the younger children while her father was out fishing. They rarely had enough to eat, for her father was not a lucky fisherman and their small garden wasn't always fruitful. Dedicated to making sure that her siblings ate, Enamra would often give her share of food to them to make sure that they would go to bed with full stomachs.

When traders stopped by their cothold to weather a storm and trade for kitchen items, a young man in the caravan named Doroon gave Enamra special sweets and when her father wasn't looking, gave her attention and spoke sweetly to her. He told her that she was enchanting and lovely, something she had never been told before, and shortly after, claimed that he wanted to marry her and take her on the caravan for adventures. She was enchanted by the idea and believed her dreams of a happy future were close. When he asked her to give her innocence to him, she was convinced that he was serious about marriage. It was only the next day, when the trade caravan left without her that she realized that how foolish she had actually been.

When she began to get sick, she refused to believe that it was anything more than a simple illness. But when it continued, she knew that Doroon had left something behind, a pregnancy. Enamra was terrified and hid the pregnancy behind baggy dresses. Unfortunately, her younger sister noticed her continued illness. Concerned, the younger sister went to their father and told him the details of the sickness.

It didn't take long for Enamra's father to figure out the truth. Enraged and blaming his daughter, he disowned her and physically drove her from the cothold. Enamra is now without a home, with child, and on her own.

Family and Friends
Enmoro, 35, Fisherman (Father)
Embly, 8, None (Sister)
Remna, 10, None (Sister)
Mamne, 13, None (Sister)
Roblyna, 8, None (Sister)
Mornem, 5, None (brother)

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Last updated: April 2nd 2018


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