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(Pardon the delay - and lovely page, Dhiz!)
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[[Image:Smallcap-i.gif]]f one word could be used to describe Seven's outward appearance, that word would be ''innocent''. She looks, and much to her chagrin is also often treated, like someone who's never seen any of the true horrors the world has to offer: death, war, pain and suffering, the wretched abominations of undeath, or worse. She looks like the type of woman someone powerful would keep cloistered safely away from the front lines... ostensibly for her own good, but really to keep her around as something nice to look at.
Born to a low class Merchant family, Dhiz spent much of her youth following her father in his dreams to gain access to the ranks of nobility. Enrolled at great monetary cost at a prestigious academy typically reserved for the children of lesser nobility, Dhiz quickly found herself an outcast to a world that shunned her. Though remarkably intelligent, her low birth earned her the ire of her teachers and the teasing of her peers. During a lesson over the workings of a steam engine did Dhiz manage to change her fate. Proving a professor wrong, and sent to the Dean of the Academy's office, Dhiz earned the respect and patronage of Dean Slade De'Aerin, who was curious of the young girl's potential...
 
   
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Smallcap-i.giff one word could be used to describe Seven's outward appearance, that word would be innocent. She looks, and much to her chagrin is also often treated, like someone who's never seen any of the true horrors the world has to offer: death, war, pain and suffering, the wretched abominations of undeath, or worse. She looks like the type of woman someone powerful would keep cloistered safely away from the front lines... ostensibly for her own good, but really to keep her around as something nice to look at.

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