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Hesper Jane Honeywood

"There is no use trying," said Alice; "One can't believe impossible things."

"I dare say you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."

- Lewis Carroll


Hesper111.jpg Where one questions the future should one also look to the past? Her arrival to Fallcoast was by no simple means. It instigated a quest, an accounting of funds, as well as sparking a mystery.

It is a well kept secret among certain circles among the Wise, that she has traveled through time. Born in 1786, within the Georgian era, she was a witness to the British expansion throughout the world. It was during a time of continual warfare. She served as an Agent of the Silver Ladder placed within the theatre of the French Revolutionary War. A time when there was a greater economic depression and political uncertainty, characterized by social discontent and unrest.

And she was a survivor. There are rumors whispered of the antique mechanism that was used to transport her over 200 years into the future. The link to the device, a mystery of its source and power, hidden within one of the more powerful families within Fallcoast.


  • Antique and Art Lover
  • Musician - Piano and Concert Harp
  • Book Collector - Library Explorer
  • Languages - German, French
  • Scientific Inventions - How things work
Name: Hesper Jane Honeywood
DOB: 14 February
Apparent Age: 19
Virtue: Hope
Vice: Pride

Dynasty: Vicarian


  • Tristan: There is no charm equal to tenderness of the heart.
  • Viktor: His person and air were equal to what her fancy had ever drawn for the hero of a favorite story.
  • Taylor: Sense will always have attractions for me.
  • Andrew: I have not the pleasure to understand you.
  • Black: He is a gentleman, and I am a gentleman's daughter. So far we are equal.
  • Milo: I think him every thing that is worthy and amiable.
  • Clarine: If a book is well written, I always find it too short.
  • Ambroise: You must be the judge of your own happiness.


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