Captain “Bloody” Faith

Notable & Obvious Advantages

Appearance and Social Traits:

  • Appearance: Beautiful
  • Eyes: Very blue eyes
  • Hair: Long blond hair adorned with many small braids and strings of shells and beads.
  • Height: Five foot five inches.
  • Voice

Other notable positive traits that can be determined with spending time around him:

  • Alcohol Tolerance
  • Charisma 8
  • Combat Reflexes
  • Double-Jointed
  • Eidetic Memory
  • Fit
  • High Pain Threshold
  • Less Sleep 4
  • No Hangover
  • Perfect Balance
  • Sure-Footed (Naval Training)

Notable & Obvious Disadvantages:

Appearance and Social Traits:

  • Secret (Violent criminal – pirate)
  • Sense of Duty (Crew)

Behavior Traits:

  • Callous
  • Compulsive Behavior (Brainwashing)
  • Duty (The Ship and Crew)
  • Enjoys Comfort (Q)
  • Enjoys good wine (Q)
  • Fanaticism: Self (Narcasist)
  • Greed
  • Intolerance (Hugrots)
  • Keeps her quarters at 90 degrees (Q)
  • Overconfidence
  • Selfish


  • 6-foot, flowing red hair with green eyes
  • Scar on face and has an eye-patch

Ships Crew


Read more on The Jantorgan War

During the war:
Several month of having a member of some nobility, Sir Jonsen, who was sent to “assist” our efforts. Sir Jonsen and Faith got into a dispute regarding planning. After calling Faith “A pretty little girl with no real ability,” he challenged her to a duel for leadership. Faith just looked at him and smiled.
“I may be, what did you say, ‘A pretty little girl,’ but I have something you will never understand, but I will get to that. As for a dual, are you serious? You have been training with a blade since a wee boy not much older than mine was. Up until a year ago the closest thing to a sword I ever held was a broom. I freely and unashamedly tell you that. So me accept a dual from the likes of one so trained in swordcraft as you. Never. Anton is good, McMaster even better and I would not let either of them dual you. You on the other hand have been raised and prepared for such a day to seize command of an army and lead them to glorious victory no matter the cost. The cost to them that is.
You don’t understand this war. You have all your chivalry and codes of this or that and what is right and wrong. WE (looking around at her troops) have the graves of our friends, our loved ones and our FAMILIES.
And how do we win this war? Do we accept a challenge by some code to accept certain death? NO WE DO NOT! (looking around again) You Sir Jonsen are a fool and example of why WE will win this war.
You Sir Jonsen are an exceptional swordsman. And while this ‘pretty little girl’ has been discussing your ‘Code’ you now have allowed yourself to be ringed by 20 swordsmen and 100 archers. I have loyalty above all else.
Finish him.”
Faith then went up to the body and smeared his blood on her face and in her hair. “I don’t think Sir Jonsen thinks I am such a pretty little girl now troops!” We have a real war to fight, let’s get back to it.”

Early in Faith’s Pirate Career:
Faith’s small Pirate ship captured a small merchant vessel. The merchant captain looked at her in indignation that such a woman, more of a girl, was the Captain of a Pirate vessel. He asked her to have a heart and let them go. Faith paused and then smiled. She called a few of her crew over then turned to the merchant Captain. “You are absolutely correct, I should have a heart.” She then nodded and two of her crew grabbed his arms and Faith drew a knife and slit his chest open just under the rib-cage and reached in with both hands and the blade removing his heart. “Looks like I have a heart you rabble!,” she yelled to the amusement of the crew. She looked to the chef which had been summoned and handed him the still beating heart. “Prepare it well Chef, I am hungry.” Then Faith looked to the merchant captain still held limply by two of her crew and reached both her hands into his abdomen and pulled out her cupped hands with his blood which she then doused over her hair and rubbed it in now giving her blond hair the color of crimson and dripping down her face and body.

And such is how Faith became known as “Bloody” Faith.


The hours before a long time ago Katelyn