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Cyriah is a half-blood witch. She is a member of the unsorted masses of Hogwarts students just off the train eagerly crowding around the Sorting Hat.

About Me

Welcome to your life;
There's no turning back.


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Analiese Cyriah Blackthorn.

Analiese is a volatile young woman, weighted by responsibility associated with the social status of her family name. As a blood-born and destined Lady, last in her line due to a chapter of accidents and unfortunate events, demands are high for etiquette and elegance. However a combination of her solicitous upbringing and unrestrained imagination refuses orders with ease, leaving her highly prone to corruption and persuasion should the feeling of rebellion be present at that given time. Classical education from an early age instilled an impressive spectrum of knowledge, declaring her a Ravenclaw at heart and in mind. Despite being classified as an undoubted privilege, years of private tuition left lingering an unchallenged sense of superiority; while not entirely inaccurate, the stubbornness accompanying her intelligence leaves potential for a bitter aftertaste and is easily interpreted as arrogance. Fortunately, her mask is near infinitely layered so beneath the frequent insensitivities there lies chance for benevolence, righteousness, and even a luke-warmth. One must earn her respect; simply existing is not nearly enough to bring forth these attributes, and she holds no belief in the concept of pity. Her temperament dictates her success and downfall even more so, but her resilience and refusal to be defeated allows for any situation -positive or otherwise- to be swung into her control; her defense mechanism, fascination, and fun.

All for freedom and for pleasure.

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Nothing ever lasts forever;
Everybody wants to rule the world.

Cyriah more than most.

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Don't be afraid to ask for an RP, either in chat or via owls.

OOC is when my character seems a sweetheart. IC she is when she does not.
Fail to draw the line at your own risk.