Ruby Embershade - The Gems of Power
by Margaret Krohn on September 8th, 2015

I had such a great time playing Ruby in The Gems of Power with FuzzyFreaks, Chuky616, ClamTaco, DistractedElf and CavalierGuest! She's definitely become one of my favorite characters and I hope to play her again soon! 

​​Name: Ruby Embershade
Gender: Female
Race: Lightfoot Halfling
Level: 5 Bard
Age: 18
Appearance: She's a tiny one at 2in 7ft and 35lbs due to her Lightfoot heritage. Her giant red hair is filled with out of control curls, and her big bright green eyes can cull the attention of even the most hardened of heart. 
  • Other attributes: She carries around only her prized possessions and cares not for other riches. Her lute swings across her back. Her lyre and horn have their own holsters around her waste and small drums swing to her sides. Upon her neck, she dons a heart-shaped locket - a favor from an admirer that she quite fancies. 
Background:
​Ruby never has trouble finding a place to perform. Ever since she was a young child, she's been seen in inns, taverns, noble courts, theaters, and sometimes traveling circuses performing in front of large crowds. Most well-known for her fire-eating skills, storytelling and instrumental talent, she enjoys entertaining those around her where ever she travels, and finds their hospitality quite welcoming with the provisions of food and lodging each night she performs.

Miss Embershade's career thrives on the adventures she encounters. For telling stories of long-forgotten tombs, the discovery of lost works of magic, and encountering exotic creatures, entices her audience. Any time she can accompany heroes and witness their deeds firsthand or be lucky enough to inspire them on these journeys is an opportunity for her to earn renown among other bards.

She cares not for worldly treasures, but only to stir the hearts of her audience, awakening grief or joy, laughter or anger. Her music raises spirits or captures sorrow. Her dance captivates those around her, and her humor cuts to the quick. Every ounce of technique she uses is her art and is her life. 




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