Cassandra Hobbes

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Cassandra Hobbes
Information
Resides: Barony of Stonemarche
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
Heraldry
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Sable, three pairs of rib bones issuant from the edge and on a chief argent three human skulls gules
Award & Office Badges
Companion of the Order of the Silver CrescentAward of ArmsMillstoneFurison

Introduction

Lady Cassandra Hobbes, captain of the Scorned Lady, the personal privateers of Her Excellency the Baroness of Stonemarche.

Persona

Lady Cassandra is the eldest daughter of a traveling merchant who decided at an early age that the sea, not the land, was where her heart resided. On her last voyage with her family before she headed to see, she went to Constantinople and fell in love with Argus of the Seven Hills, who was guarding her father's caravan, and they married. He became the quartermaster of the ship they purchased, and eventually, they offered their services as privateers to the Baroness of Stonemarche, whom they have served faithfully since Baronessa Maria sat on the throne.

After Argus' untimely death, she continued to lead the Scorned Lady with the help of her crew, and they still sail the waters of Stonemarche.

Offices & Positions

  • Captain, The Scorned Lady
  • Granite Pursuivante, Barony of Stonemarche, June 2010 to June 2017
  • Deputy Blue Talbot Herald, East Kingdom, June 2017 to present

Event Staff

  • Autocrat, Harper's Retreat, Barony of Stonemarche, 2011-2013

Household Affiliations

  • Patron of Inn of Bards Rest
  • Member of Haus Aberhorn
  • Head of The Scorned Lady
  • Period Hero

Projects & Publications

Nothing yet, but I'm sure there's something coming

In Case of Court

Please let Finnghualla inghen Mhic Cealleigh or Keziah Planchet know if I am to be called into court, as I don't often go and would like to actually look decent if I am being called up.