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Born in 147 AL, Branna Stark is the eldest child of Lord Brandon Stark and Lady Mylarra Dustin.
The long, solemn lines so characteristic of Stark looks are present but softened in this gracefully-proportioned young maiden, who bears the promise of great beauty. Soft, thick brown waves frame Branna’s fine-featured face—willowy brows, thick lashes, large and vibrant eyes, an elegant nose, and full lips more inclined to smiles than pouts. Though her long limbs have yet to settle fully into a late growth spurt, such is her poise that adolescent gawkiness is easy to overlook in her movement.
Branna dresses in the colors of her house, a faint silvery sheen brightening the expanse of fine grey fabric. The modest cut of her gown exposes little of her alabaster skin but nonetheless flatters her shapely figure, if subtly. Fine white embroidery traces out delicate snowflakes here and there, a nod to House Stark’s words. On one willowy finger, a silver direwolf bounds over the curve of her signet ring.
Little of winter’s chill clings to Branna Stark’s warm, engaging manner. For all her shrewd appraisals, she genuinely likes people, readily making the effort to encourage the best in them, and she shows little of the haughtiness one might expect from a scion of a greater lordly house.
Despite lacking the stereotypical reserve of the northmen, Branna is a true daughter of the north in her values and principles. There is a directness to her that is often at odds with southron subtlety, and it seems to be as much a deliberate choice on her part as an unconscious habit of her upbringing. Living by the adage that action speaks louder than words, she is very often inclined to act on her beliefs, be it for better or for worse. Honor and duty are important to her. She takes an inclusive view of her obligations as a Stark to her family’s banner houses, and she does not shy from confrontation as a lady might be expected to if she sees someone shirking what she deems to be the demands of honor and duty.
Branna has a puzzle-solving mind, inclined to tease out nuances and anomalies; any situation, any stray word could be her next puzzle. Whether she learns or analyzes or plans or acts, she is capable of a single-minded focus that can prove both useful and problematic. While she means no malice with her curiosity, she has yet to learn that some matters are best left alone, lest she court danger in the complex game of thrones.
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