Mairead Mag Raith (McRae), Community Spirit

Aspect

Type Aspect
High Concept A girl from a Irish family that lives for her community
Trouble “Not having much is not an excuse to share” - Samaritan to the core
  Touched by the Sidhe? - Hair and Eyes with “bright” colors
  Lady Danaan knows how I think
  Tales, Legends and Stories

Approaches

Approach Level
Careful Good (+3)
Clever Fair (+2)
Flashy Fair (+2)
Forceful Average (+1)
Quick Average (+1)
Sneaky Mediocre (+0)

Centurion Stunt

  • Dagda’s Cauldron: Mairead is blessed with a quasi-supernatural knack to find and use everything around her to feed and provide herself and/or everyone with they need. Twice per session, Mairead can declare that she can take what is near her to provide everyone with their basic needs. This came in game as Aspects with one Free Invoke per Aspect, that are named like “This grub is really good!” or “Those clothes in the trash are still good to be used!”.

Common Stunts [ Refresh: 3 ]

  • I Just Have the thing: (p.92)
  • Q.E.D.: (p.93)

Appearance

Mairead is called as Touched by the Sidhe, as her appearance is very uncommon: copper colored and almost metallic, very bright hair, and also very green, emerald-like eyes. Impressively, no matter her clothes state, no matter how much patches she herself applied into her dresses, she always looks like an angel or a little pixie of a fairy.

Behavior

Mairead lives for their communities: no matter the group, she always thinks on herself as a support, a glue that make people stay into the group as a whole. She don’t like to be alone, but has no problem to be a small part on a big group. Besides, she knows how to deal with great groups: her typically Irish raising, with lots of brothers and sisters, provided her with the tools she needs to deal on those cases.

History

The Irish Great Famine, that longed between 1810 and 1879, caused a great Irish Diaspora to form into United States. And into the last families that ran away from Irish were born Connor and Eileen MagRaith, that married in 1890. For 10 years they worked hard and raised money to buy a small house in New York, where he worked as docker and she worked as teacher. Life was not easy, money was always short, but they were always worried with their neighbors, many times receiving those into worst situation into their home.

Eileen’s delivery was commemorated by everyone into the neighborhood, and the birthing at the strokes that marked the new century beginning was taken as a good auspice, even more when they all saw the little almost emerald green eyes and the little very red, between copper and blood, eyebrows.

And, with time, this grew even more patent, when little Mairead helped her parents tidying home, and the community with many things: going to buy some potatoes and vegetables, making bread, play the violin in the parties, even doing some little magic tricks to cheer up those smaller then her in the Easter time. All those talents, showing with time, made everyone think that she was somewhat “touched by the Sidhe: in fact, the respected (and sometimes feared) bag lady called only Lady Danaan recommended she to be tuteled by some people from the philanthropic society called The Century Club.

And that was the way Mairead learned she was one of the 20th Century Spirits, destined to discover, preserve and reinforce into this century important values and ambitions. She soon learned her role, to reinforce the importance of community, from the little Irish neighborhood in Clinton, Manhattan, to the world, as she knows that every family (and humanity is a family) always shatters from the inside, not from the outside.

Ibi, Earth Spirit

Aspect

Type Aspect
High Concept A little Amazonian Native girl that speaks with Mother Earth
Trouble Animals and Nature’s life are as important as our lives
  Juma knows everything about myself and always will be with me
  Vegetarian: don’t eat meat
  Condor Animal Spirit - wants to know more about the world outside

Approaches

Approach Level
Careful Good (+3)
Clever Fair (+2)
Flashy Mediocre (+0)
Forceful Average (+1)
Quicky Fair (+2)
Sneaky Average (+1)

Centurion Stunt

  • Animal Bounding: Ibi, as an Amazonian Native, lives and is linked with nature, and can call animal spirits and talk to them, and sometimes tap into their power. Twice per Session, she can create Aspects related with animals she knows with a Free Invoke per time. She can only do this with animals she knows and that are common in the regions or she can find a exemplar into short distance (at least a neighborhood)

Common Stunts [ Refresh: 3 ]

  • Talk With Animals: +2 when Creating Advantages while being Careful while “talking” with animals. They can’t “say” things they don’t know or could not describe
  • Nature’s Lore: +2 when Creating Advantages while being Careful related with her knowledge on the Nature and how it works into the wilderness

Appearance

Ibi is normal sized for an Amazon native, and uses just a kind of skirt made of leaves, and a little headband with leaves and so. She sometimes use a kind of bra made of leaves. She can also use “white man” clothes when needed.

Behavior

Ibi values her freedom, Nature and animals. She is curious about the white men ways and about the world outside her tribe, but at the same time she has no patience or respect with those who disrepect the Nature. She still is someway unconfortable with the idea to go to the world outside. She trust even more Juma, a very old but strong shaman for her tribe and the Guardian of the Xivipi Talisman.

History

Ibi was born (she didn’t know until she was older) in the first strokes of the new century, in her tribe. The Condor crying during her birth was considered a kind of auspice, one that Juma, the local shaman, said she should be raised as a special child for Mother Nature. Ibi learned lots from everyone, specially from Juma, that talked a lot about the white man and on how sooner on later she would get out the tribe, to go to the world outside, to learn and get back, as Juma herself did when she was a lot younger, wiser and stronger in mind and knowledge, to use either white man knowledge and the old time wisdom. And so Ibi waits for the time she’ll get to the world outside.

Mairead Mag Raith (McRae), Community Spirit

Aspect

Type Aspect
High Concept A girl from a Irish family that lives for her community
Trouble “Not having much is not an excuse to share” - Samaritan to the core
  Touched by the Sidhe? - Hair and Eyes with “bright” colors
  Lady Danaan knows how I think
  Tales, Legends and Stories

Approaches

Approach Level
Careful Good (+3)
Clever Fair (+2)
Flashy Fair (+2)
Forceful Average (+1)
Quicky Average (+1)
Sneaky Mediocre (+0)

Centurion Stunt

  • Dagda’s Cauldron: Mairead is blessed with a quasi-supernatural knack to find and use everything around her to feed and provide herself and/or everyone with they need. Twice per session, Mairead can declare that she can take what is near her to provide everyone with their basic needs. This came in game as Aspects with one Free Invoke per Aspect, that are named like “This grub is really good!” or “Those clothes in the trash are still good to be used!”.

Common Stunts [ Refresh: 3 ]

  • I Just Have the thing: (p.92)
  • Q.E.D.: (p.93)

Appearance

Mairead is called as Touched by the Sidhe, as her appearence is very uncommon: copper colored and almost metallic, very bright hair, and also very green, emerald-like eyes. Impressingly, no matter her clothes state, no matter how much patches she herself applied into her dresses, she always looks like an angel or a little pixie of a fairy.

Behavior

Mairead lives for their communities: no matter the group, she always thinks on herself as a support, a glue that make people stay into the group as a whoel. She don’t like to be alone, but has no problem to be a small part on a big group. Besides, she knows how to deal with great groups: her tipically irish raising, with lots of brothers and sisters, provided her with the tools she needs to deal on those cases.

History

The Irish Great Famine, that longed between 1810 and 1879, caused a great Irish Diaspora to form into United States. And into the last families that ran away from Irish were born Connor and Eileen MagRaith, that married in 1890. For 10 years they worked hard and raised money to buy a small house in New York, where he worked as docker and she worked as teacher. Life was not easy, money was always short, but they were always worrioed with their neighbors, many times receiving those into worst situation into their home.

Eileen’s delivery was comemorated by everyone into the neighborhood, and the birthing at the strokes that marked the new century beginnig was taken as a good auspice, even more when they all saw the little almost emerald green eyes and the little very red, between copper and blood, eyebrows.

And, with time, this grew even more patent, when little Mairead helped her parents tidying home, and the community with many things: going to buy some potatoes and vegetables, making bread, play the violin in the parties, even doing some little magic tricks to cheer up those smaller then her in the Easter time. All those talents, showing with time, made everyone think that she was somewhat “touched by the Sidhe: in fact, the respected (and sometimes feared) bag lady called only Layde Danaan recommended she to be tutelated by some people from the philantropic society called The Century Club.

And that was the way Mairead learned she was one of the 20th Century Spirits, destined to discover, preserve and reinforce into this century important values and ambitions. She soon learned her role, to reinforce the importance of community, from the little Irish nighborhood in Clinton, Manhattan, to the world, as she knows that every family (and hummanity is a family) always shatters from the inside, not from the outside.