Henrietta

A Simple Domestic Servant

Description:

Name: Henrietta
Template: Beholden
Quote: “You are nothing but scum. It’s not much of a problem though, I’m very skilled in cleaning up disgusting trash…”
Catalyst: Klagen
Age: 23

Mental Attributes: Intelligence 2, Wits 3, Resolve 2
Physical Attributes: Strength 4, Dexterity 3, Stamina 2
Social Attributes: Presence 3, Manipulation 2, Composure 2

Mental Skills: Craft 3, Medicine 1
Physical Skills: Firearms 4 (Shotgun), Stealth 2, Larceny 2, Brawl 3 (Grapple), Weaponry 2
Social Skills: Intimidation 4 (Physical Harm), Persuasion 1, Subversion 3

Merits: Stunning Looks 4, MAC 4, Predator’s Bearing 2, Quickdraw 1 (Firearms), Language 1 (English), Fleet of Foot 3, Quick Reflexes 2

Willpower: 4
Obligation: 5
Flaws: Aloof
Virtue: Justice
Vice: Wrath

Initiative: 5 (2)
Health: 7
Defense: 3
Speed: 12 (
3)

Bio:

A former South American terrorist. She was known by many military forces as the “Demon Executioner” for her heavy crimes against the enemies of her employers. Though the government records have her originally born as Adriana Salvador, it could be a factious lie. She was raised in an orphanage in Rocinha, Brazil until she and all the others were picked up by a “Freedom Fighters” militia. She was trained to be a child soldier, raised through abuse and brainwash. Her current name was brought upon after coming back from her first kill at age 13, bloodied and dirtied with the stench of death, her trainers jokingly called her a great wife to have, Henrietta. She keeps this name ironically, to remind her of what she was: a monster.

By age 19, she was no longer part of the warring faction that her fellow orphans were raised in, as she was left being in a failed operation. She continued her life as a paid mercenary. After completing a mission to dispatch a cargo ship several miles away from the coast of San Francisco, her employer commanded the ship to be blown up with her on it to ensure her prowess would never used against him. A severely wounded Henrietta slowly swam to the shores of San Francisco, near-dead from both her wounds and her exhaustion. She laid motionless until she was discovered by Solomon Fisk and his daughter Zoe, who were incidentally taking a night-lit stroll, during a full moon no less. Noting the body before him was still breathing, he quickly got her medical attention. Not from a hospital as he darkly assumed why she was there in the first place, but from his personal physician. The entire procedure was done in secret.

Henrietta herself had a code: Any deed done for her she would return threefold and was staunchly vocal about repaying her debt. After much debating, Fisk had her serve with his maids to help keep the mansion going. Eventually for her exceptional service, he gave her the position of Head Maid and gave her an actual salary, despite her insistence of not needing one. It’s been 4 years since then and Henrietta is still working as a maid, fiercely loyal to the only employer who actually had concern for her. She helps care for his daughter, Zoe, as well as teaching her the importance of self defense, a job she shares with Alexander Qiao who often flirts with her on a regular basis.

As a military-trained soldier, she is in peak physical condition as a combatant and is very skilled with Firearms. She is extremely intimidating and is especially dangerous if she believes there is a threat to her master or his daughter, living up to her former terrorist title. She has not received formal education, having picked up many of her skills during her life as a soldier and her current life as a maid. Her Beholdening didn’t really change her personality at all, as she is still very much as stoic and brooding as she was before, barring that whole “truly magnificent blood thirst to any threat” thing.

Although she can keep up with Alexander’s wit most of the time, she is still baffled by him occasionally calling her “Roberta, Bloodhound of Florencia” because her name is not Roberta nor does she hail from Cuba honestly this joke doesn’t make any sense.

Henrietta

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