"Cast your eyes on the ocean, cast your soul to the sea. When the dark night seems endless, please remember me."
Name: Sibilia Kharlii Vendetta aka. "Raila"
Place of Birth: San Gimignano, Italy
Choice of Weapons: Magia Cuore Acciaio(sabre)-Insanguinato Taglio(small sword)
Char Created: March 31, 2002
Apperance: + Rogue is a stunning woman in her place of feminine power. The natural Italian beauty, a strong body trimmed to graceful curving lines. Standing apart from the normal in crowded villages these days by lacking the skinni, boney, fragile apperance. Her hair tumbles in locks of gold and fire down past the mid of her torso. Framing there eyes of startling sapphire eyes, mimicking the sea in her heart, that told of her age. Her form gave the visage that she was only 20 years of age or so, yet her eyes spoke only the truth. She wore often in her travels a cloak of blackened crimson, a beauteuos thing crowned and clasped by a golden halfmoon. Her ears were adorned in studs of emerald, ruby, diamond and sapphire, nothing overdone, but enough to speak highly of her supposed riches. Her armor was of a soft leather, laced about her form to protect her and not limit her movement. You will not find much differing day by day in her apperance. She's heard nothing of makeup and refuses to wear jewels that weigh her down. +
Brief History: + Twenty six years ago, in the port town of San Gimignano, Italy the young lady began her adventurous life. The town was a quarrelsome city. Ports were dangerous, castles highly guarded and under fire often, not to mention blood fueds than ran rampant throughtout the country. So it was that a poor fisherman and his wife, a house servent to the Padrone Eugenio, gave birth to a little girl on a chilled January night. The oceanside estate left a wind that imprinted it's chilly nature upon the woman born that night. Apathetic and aloof, given to examples of a studious nature and concentration, with a romanticism trapped deep inside and ever unspoken. +
+ She lost her family not soon after. Her father sailed out to far to be lost in a simple storm, or so her mother told her all the years before she was killed in the next winter. Starved to death to keep her child alive on their only food rations. Their liegelord tried to take her, to sell her then. For a young child like herself made a great profit on the slave marts. So she ran. She stowed away in the hull of a pirate ship, however was soon discovered when she explored out to find food. The old man of the ship was a weathered pirate, cruel, thieving, but took her under his wing and raised her to be who she has become. Over the years, she suffered many cruel relationships, and ones that merely died off...so she's become more aloof, imdependent, and visibly emotionless than ever before. The sea being her only love...her only companion in time... +
Recent News: + In progress +
Brama di Vendetta - thirst for revenge
Pirata - pirate
Rinnegato - renegade
Viaggio - journey
Signore - sir, gentleman
Bello - lovely
L'amore - love
Malattia - malady
Piu bella - most beautiful
Ciao/Addio - hello/goodbye
Casa - home
Onde - waves
La nave di abaondon - abandon ship
Nave - ship
Viaggiatore - traveller
Vita/Morte/E Morta - life/death/died
Inizia - begin
Scopo - goal
L'equipaggio - crew
Oceano/Gli Oceani - ocean/oceans
Mare - sea
Padrone - lord/owner
Ricerca - search
Lavoro - work
Ieri/Oggi/Domani - yesterday/today/tomorrow
+ To search for the meanings of other words click here +
I did not believe because I could not see
Though you came to me in the night
When the dawn seemed forever lost
You showed me your love in the light of the stars.
Then the mountain rose before me
By the deep well of desire
From the fountain of forgiveness
Beyond the ice and the fire.
Though we share this humble path, alone
How fragile is the heart
Oh give these clay feet wings to fly
To touch the face of the stars.
Breathe life into this feeble heart
Lift this mortal veil of fear
Take these crumbled hopes, etched with tears
We'll rise above these earthly cares.
Cast your eyes on the ocean
Cast your soul to the sea
When the dark night seems endless
Please remember me
Please remember me.
By. Loreena McKennit