"I'm not here to curry favor from your beloved city. My only interest is that which should concern all of us. To disrupt nature's orenda is the greatest of sins."
This is the first time I've ever used a reference but I'm pretty happy with the result. I used my own face, which I feel caused her to look a bit more human than I would of liked. I slapped on about 120 additional years to her face, but overall, I don't think I've ever looked so young... (Confused yet?)
She's a character in one of my books, although I haven't managed to set my mind on a name just yet. All I know is that her name means "Feather", for she is a druid that follows the ways of the Hawk and the Owl. EDIT
Her name now literally means "Falling Feather".
The name means one who is always on the run, always moving, like a bird. All that is left for those to see is a feather... EDIT AGAIN
Her name now means "Hawk Daughter". Her name is Fenya
where "Fe" is a prefix which alone means daughter, but when at the beginning of a name means "Daughter of". "Nya" means Hawk, and is derived from an obsolete onomatopoeia which was used to imitate the call of the Hawks in that region.
For being an elf of the Wild, her attire is particularly formal in this picture. At the time, she was visiting a human city, and it was crucial that she make a good impression.
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