Queen of England
When she became Queen, Elizabeth put away childish things. Her use of hunting and pageantry now serves to keep her nobles distracted. She loves her people, but detests intolerance of all kinds and has shrugged off the control of the Catholic church and forbidden the percussion of the old religions. She is surrounded by a guard of twelve who will throw their lives away to save hers.
Elizabeth is always immaculate. She wears white, black, or red, but her features are always porcelain perfect. She is very regal in her bearing, moving slowly across a room much the way a galleon crosses the sea.