Margana Win'Eth

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Margana Win'Eth
Full Name: Princess Margana of the House of Win'Eth
Alias The Monstrous Woman


Physical Description
Gender: Female
Species: Human
Race: Kildarian
Hair Color and Style: Auburn
Eye Color: Blue
Skin Color: White

Biographical Information
Father: Kaiser Brrapa VII
Mother: Unknown concubine
Date of Birth: 18 Muulantooq, 1608 AN
Place of Birth: Raynor's Keep, Shirekeep
Date of Death: 02 Gevrader, 1661 AN
Place of Death: Prospect of Freyja Tavern, Gropecunte Lane, Eliria
Current Residence(s): 49th Municipal Mortuary, Eliria
Nationality at Birth: Shirerithian
Current Allegiance(s): House of Win'Eth
Occupation: Deceased vagrant

Former society hostess, princess and political prisoner.


Daughter of Brrapa VII and former Countess of the Skyla Isles.


Held without trial since 1635 in dungeons beneath Raynor's Keep. Transferred into Elwynnese custody in 1639. Main instigator of River War. 1639-1641 Held in mobile private prison of the Arandur of Alalehzamin and Utasia, waiting interview by the Court of Star Chamber. 1641 returned to Dragonsfold.

1635: The River War
1635–1639: A Dungeon in Shirekeep
1639: Transfer to His Serenity's Gaol Dragonsfold
1639–1641: Prisoner of the Arandur of Alalehzamin and Utasia
1641: The Trial of Margana Win'Eth
1651: Released from custody by order of the Royal Instructing Justice of Elwynn, Daniel Dravot.
1651–1652: Bereft of allies, alone in a hostile country that remembers her role in the River War, and with her health devastated by years of detention without trial in a prison and psychiatric facility that took on the aspect of a concentration camp in its latter years, Margana - a former society hostess of some renown - now plies her trade selling her body to passing tradesmen on Eliria's notorious Gropecunte Lane.

Later life

1653: Whilst still operating from the "Prospect of Freyja" tavern on Gropecunte Lane in Eliria, Margana was severely beaten, raped, sodomised and left for dead after a Florian business traveller with whom she was conducting an intimate transaction felt disinclined to pay after finding out she was forty-five. Rescued by the tavern's bouncer, an off-duty cudgeller moonlighting in private security, she was rushed to Eliria's general hospital for treatment, counselling and observation. The businessman was fined for damages and breakages which were payable to the Tavern's landlady.
02.IV.1661: Stabbed and mortally wounded on the steps of the "Prospect of Freyja" by persons unknown. Motivation for attack suspected to be a longstanding drugs debt.