Jacie
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No thanks are necessary. I am but a humble servant of the gods. Well, perhaps just one drink.


Drusilla follows the path of righteousness, and everyone knows it. Her family built chapels to the gods of light and life throughout their lands, and she spreads the good word as she travels. Drusilla moves in the highest circles of the ruling classes and among the simple folk, bringing salvation where ever she goes. She vigorously proclaims virtues of an honorable life, though sometimes her audience doesn't seem to share her enthusiasm. She is no stick-in-the-mud, and she enjoys worldly rewards for a job well done.

Drusilla was born the eighth child of a minor noble family. She is accustomed to privilege and the comforts that come with it, but recognizing that she will never inherit, she sets out as a youth to find her own path.

Thanks to her noble birth, people are inclined to think the best of Drusilla. She is welcome in high society, and people assume she has the right to be wherever she is. The common folk make every effort to accommodate Drusilla and avoid her displeasure, and other people of high birth treat her as a member of the same social sphere.

Drusilla belongs to the Lords' Alliance, whose members ensure the safety and prosperity of civilized folk by standing united against the forces that threaten civilization.

Drusilla is convinced that the common folk love her for her kindness and generosity.

It is Drusilla's duty to protect and care for those beneath her.

Drusilla's loyalty to sovereign is unswerving.

Drusilla's flaw is that she has an insatiable desire for carnal pleasures.