|Inoulia fa Juzon|
|Husband||Unnamed Husband (dead)|
|Other|| Vedris fer Toren (father-in-law)|
Sandrilene fa Toren (cousin through marriage)
|Occupation||Ruler of Gold Ridge|
|Affiliation||Emelan, House Toren|
|First appeared||Daja's Book|
Lady Inoulia fa Juzon, who seemingly didn't take her husbands name upon marrying, is the Lady of the Emelan fief of Gold Ridge and a member of House Toren through marriage. She has great faith in her chief mage, Yarrun Firetamer, to keep the land free from ever threatening forest fires.
Lady Inoulia only appears in Daja's Book.
The lady usually wears fine clothes to show her standing, silks and embroideries. She has dark brown skin, indicating that her family's origins lie in the south. Her hair is brown and frizzy. She has long and elegant fingers. Inoulia also wears an assortment of jewelry, including a gold band with emeralds on her head ressembling a tiara, a necklace with black pearls, and several rings.
Personality and traitsEdit
She maintains the tradition of having meals with the visitors of her lands and her people, even servants, however she does so not out of respect for others, but rather to remind everyone who she is and the power she wields. Normally she occupies the highest place on the dais alone, except for those rare instances when noble visitors like her father-in-law are present. Also the lady doesn't think that it's proper for a young lady like Sandry to do weaving. She doesn't seem to have much trust in Winding Circle either, because she suggests that Sandry were sent to Lightsbridge University for proper education.
? ┬ ? ┌——————————————————————————┴——————————————————————————————————————┐ │ │ unnamed wife ┬ Vedris fer Toren unnamed man ┬ unnamed woman House Landreg │ │ │ ┌————————┴——————————————┬———————————————┬—————————————————————————————┐ Mattin fer Toren ┬ Amiliane fa Landreg │ │ │ │ │ Frantsen fer Toren Gospard fer Toren unnamed son - Inoulia fa Juzon Franzen fer Toren Sandrilene fa Toren
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ Daja's Book, Cp. 3 (p. 52; Scholastic paperback)
- ↑ Daja's Book, Cp. 3 (p. 51; Scholastic paperback)
- ↑ Daja's Book, Cp. 3 (p. 53; Scholastic paperback)