Ethelda Fairchild

Farmer's Wife

Description:

Name: Ethelda Fairchild
Age: 71
Race: Human
Sub race: Damaran
Profession: Farmer’s WIfe
Traits: Wise and a touch mischievous, always with a twinkle in her eye; easily excitable and highly opinionated.

Likes: The color green, visiting town to play with her grandchildren, telling stories, and feeding the cats and dogs that roam around the farm
Dislikes: Pretentious people, Rolecome dragging dirt through the house, and her son’s decision to join the guard

Family:
Estelle Lyne (Sister)
Rolecome Fairchild (Husband)
Mercer Fairchild (Son)
Meriele Fairchild (Daughter-in-Law, Deceased)
Mireya Fairchild (Granddaughter)
Marcella Fairchild (Granddaughter)
Sebastian Fairchild (Grandson)

Appearance:
Height: 5’1"
Attire: For living on a farm, Ethelda keeps an impeccable cleanliness about herself, almost bordering on obsession. She is known to wear colorful dresses of many various fabrics, most of which she has dyed herself, and her white hair remains long and free despite her increasing age. Some would criticize her for dressing a bit too young for her age, but she pays that no mind — she insists that she is young at heart and prefers to reflect it.

Bio:

Raised in Baemore proper, Ethelda does not mind the city so much as her husband and would likely move back had the farm and its success not become so important to her over the years. She has learned to love her life as much as she loves her husband and can be found twittering around the house day in and day out, feeding the animals, cooking, and baking. In the absence of her own grandchildren, her home is known to always be open to the children of the area, who she relishes feeding sweets and entertaining with stories.

Unlike many of the other elders, she wears her white hair long and free and always dons colorful dresses and trinkets, coming off as a bit eccentric at times. She is known to travel to Baemore on her own every couple of months to see her family, despite the insistence of her husband and family that such a journey is too dangerous for a woman of her age to be making alone.

Ethelda Fairchild

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