Given Name: Roger Wise
Chosen Name: Ravyn Wise
Date of Birth: 2/18/2108
Weight: 120 lbs
Hair: thin, straight strawberry blonde
Complexion: light fawn with a warm golden undertone
Rulership: The Nation of Zulwini
True Race: Uranian
Human Race: British-American
Soul: crepe pink orb, bright strawberry leather wings, faint blue glow, strawberry dagger, blue upside-down equilateral triangle with a circle at its center
Long before her awakening, the compassionate matron was born in a small colony settled in Monroe, Louisiana as Roger Wise. After repeated bandit raids stole the lives of her mother along with many of the neighboring children, Roger and her father took what they could and escaped with the survivors. As the town’s blacksmith, Mr. Wise had much expertise to offer any colony willing to take them in.
It was not long before they were found by scouts of the Kansas City colony, where Roger would grow up and meet her first love, Layla. The two married shortly after graduating from the colonial school, the entire town’s weaponry riding on the shoulders of the Wise clan.
Shortly after the death of her father, Roger came out to her wife as transgender. While initially supportive, Layla hinted at doubting the validity of Roger’s gender identity since she refused come out to their peers within the colony. This was a discussion left unresolved, as Layla went out one day on a scouting mission and never returned. The rest of her group was found dead, thought to be the work of bandits.
The dismissive words of her late wife kept Roger from opening up about her identity to anyone else at the colony. It wasn’t until the Porter and Sharpe families were found that Roger came out of her shell and ran off with the younger women. Less than a week into their travels, the group was awakened and witnessed the recognition of their true chieftess.
Their leader took on the name Sabryna Blair, encouraging her new matron to pick a name to go with her new identity. She chose the name Ravyn in memory of her mother, the first to ever see her as the Wise woman that she was deep down.
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