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Age: 205 years
Size: 5'6" ft tall
Job: Matriarch of House Bathor-Holstein
Likes: The Smell of Blood, Suplication, Fine Dining, Her Sister
Dislikes: Men, Babbling, Growing Old
Notable contributions: Leader of one of the powerful vampwelf houses, An "Inspiration" to female vampwelf everywhere.
Original Creator: SirBlizz98
A female vampwelf of average height. She has what most vampwelf would consider and exceptionally beautiful and refined build, and is consistently considered one of the most lovely ladies on Transylvaar.Her fur and hair is a deep bloody crimson with a fine sheen, with a slight dampness that belies its unwholesome source.
Her mode of dress is best described as "imperious", with lavish ornamentation and designings, all in shades of black and red, with designs evocative of blood and/or bats all throughout.
A cruel, spiteful, and above all, ambitious woman of elegant refinement. While refined and distinguished, Elizabeta is far from one to waste time with notions of "respect" or "courtesy". She clearly regards herself as the pinnacle of a being, and is all too ready to let others know about it.
While she can be persuaded to give begrudging dues to her social betters, few as they are, to those definitively below her, she will give no such thing. The notion that anyone is anything other than a servant for her to boss around is seemingly an alien notion given her cadence when interracting with most individuals. Her behavior with her actual family is not much better, and its very clear that at best she regards most of them merely as tools to use for her advancement.
When outside the discerning glares of society, Elizabeta's character, reportedly, is grim even by the grim standards of the vampwelf. An unhealthy love of violence and brutality define her homely character, and the halls of Castle Bathor are said to echo with the shrieks of those who had the misfortune of being near when the mood struck her.
Elizabeta was born to the Duke Bathor during an uncertain time in their house. The previous Duke Bathor had squandered the families fortunes and power, and had left them in quite dire straits, to the point where the otherwise un-notable House von Holstein was poised to absorb the ailing household. The Duke Bathor, left with few options, married his firstborn daughter to Count von Holstein's son.
Elizabeta had little choice but to comply, but she did not do so happily, and already began hatching a plan to avenge what she percieved as a crass indignity. Within a few years after the marriage, the Duke Bathor died under circumstances most would regard as quite suspcious, and lacking any alternative, Elizabeta inherited, upon which the title was promptly given to her husband, Vitruvious von Holstein, the heir of house von Hosltein.
Of course, even as he celebrated his good fortune, days where already numbered for the elderly Count von Holstein. While it has never been proven that she was responsible, savvy eyes looked immediately in Elizabeta's direction, when, mere days after the death of her father, the Duke and Duchess von Holstein were found brutally butchered in their own bed. Despite such suspicions no official accusations ever made their way to Elizabeta, and she quietly became the Duchess of the newly minted House of Bathor-Holstein as her young husband became a Duke.
As Vitruvious is by all accounts, a buffoon, it didn't take much effort for Elizabeta to supplant her husband as the leader of the house, shortly after which most members of the former House of Holstein were suddenly found dead, save for her buffoon of a husband, who merely retired from public life.
The Twin Connection: Supposedly, Elizabeta has a twin sister, Valetta, who is among other things, much nicer and far less murderous than her sister. It's supposed, that it is sometimes Valetta, and not Elizabeta who shows up during public engagements, during which times "Elizabeta" appears far more diplomatic and amicable than usual.
• Elizabeta has a noticeable distaste of males, of all species, but especially male vampwelf. Most attribute this to a distaste over the vampwelf's decidedly patriarchal society.
• Despite what one might think, Vitruvious is in fact, alive, and well in the Holstein Estate. He has become a painter of minor note, and lives a life of quiet composure in a mostly empty house.
• It's been supposed by many, that the source of Elizabeta's deep crimson sheen in due to a nightly ritual of bathing in blood, which, the rumors suppose, she does in a macabre ritual to retain her youth and beauty for all time.
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