Tyra Oeil-de-loup is NOT a canon character for Serpentine ! This is a Commission, and was made purely for fun ! Please respect this character and her creators.
An awesome commission for
. Sometime, ago Marie mentioned she wondered what Tyra would look like if she was place put into my Serpentine universe, so as part of the " Mystery Commissions " she got, I thought I'd make the wondering thought a reality. I present to you all, Serpentine Tyra !! ~spartan-3x13
was gracious to even give Tyra a fake
bio as well.
Note : I will accept Commission of your OCs thrown into my Serpentine Universe, but I won't guarantee they will all get a Bio to go along with them. Tyra got a bio, since I work with this character a lot, and its like I know her personally.
Again, this Commission was made for FUN. The following Bio is FAKE, and should not be considered canon in any way !
Bio : “I was once blind to many things in this world. Until one day I was shown the truth and learned that the notions of good and evil are far more blurred than I had been led to believe. I now know where I stand in life, and nothing will stop me.”
Tyra Ulfensdòttir; known within Seth’s military circles as the famed mercenary “Oeil-de-loup”. During her youth she was brought up as a member of one of the Vulkodlak tribes that made their home in the snowbound kingdom of Vasilika. The Vulkodlak were a fierce, but noble, race of Lupine warriors who bestowed upon Tyra the gifts of their knowledge and culture. By the time she reached adulthood she was regarded as one of the best warriors among her tribe; a great feat even to the Vulkodlak who regarded her ferocity in combat to exceed far beyond a human’s capacity. As part of her coming of age ritual she was tasked with a pilgrimage by the tribal leaders to go forth into the world and learn all that she could and one day return with her own personal wisdoms and the honors that she would carry with them.
Believing the task to be a challenge to carve her legacy into the history of Seth she set out for the frontiers of the world, taking on dangers and challenges that only a mercenary would accept. Years passed and the young woman had steadily built a remarkable reputation among wanderers and Vulkodlak tribes around the world as “Oiel-de-loup”; a mercenary without equal capable of accomplishing even the most impossible of endeavors. Eventually her exploits led her to city of Cor Dracona, heart of the theocratic nation of Draco Valle.
It was here that her life took a dramatic turn as she unwittingly became involved in an event that nearly destroyed Cor Dracona. What had started as a simple job to rid the streets of some common kidnappers became a fight against a radical cultist group who had intended to steal away and sacrifice dozens of individuals to open a gate to Sheol beneath the city. In her struggle she was aided by the Draconic Enclave, the holy military force of the Draconic Church, and fought alongside a priest by the name of Marthin Mephtes. Together they had ultimately put an end to the cult and delivered the city and its people from their impending doom.
For her valor she was made an unofficial operative of the Enclave. This allowed her the privilege to work alongside the soldiers of the enclave without being hampered by military protocol so long as she did not seriously interfere with dealings against malepherim. In the following years she had aided the Enclave in their hidden war against the malephic forces existing silently on Seth and regularly found herself in the companionship of Marthin. The two grew closer during their exploits and became an inseparable pair as time went on. Their fight against the malepherim eventually shed light on a new organization calling itself the Scionic Order, an enigmatic and powerful group that had been reported to be working with lower malepherim for unknown purposes.
It was during these investigations that fate had yet another turn for Tyra to take. As she and Marthin pursued any leads they could in finding and stopping the Scionic Order eventually their work had bore fruit. The two encountered an individual named Coryn Strahl, a Lieutenant of the Order, who had been commanding a group of lower malepherim. Before Tyra and Marthin could uncover further information and stop Strahl he and his group had fled their encampment within the frontiers of Vasilika, leaving behind only fragments of their intent and where they had run off to. Not having much to work with Tyra called upon the aid of her tribe to track down Strahl and his malepherim.
Their pursuit led them deep into the frontier across one of Vasilika’s most treacherous and uncharted mountain ranges. Tyra, Marthin, and a small group of her tribal members pressed forth across natural dangers from steep cliff faces, snow blinded crags, and a ceaseless storm that seemed to intensify the further they ventured. Undeterred by these perils they finally reached a clearing in the storm, discovering a massive temple of unknown origin, seemingly untouched by the outside world. Finding their way in they discovered a harrowing sight of dozens of dead individuals comprised mainly of lesser malepherim with a mix of draconian, elven, human, and even various members of the beast races of Seth. The most unsettling aspect of the halls lined with the dead being that the individuals looked to have been fighting side by side.
Not counting Coryn Strahl among their number Tyra and Marthin had surmised that the mysterious man had been the cause of all the death within the temple and pressed deeper into its winding expanses in pursuit of him. Eventually the paths had led the group out on the apex of the temple where they found Strahl standing at an altar. Not sure of his intent Tyra demanded he put an end to his actions to which he, to Tyra’s surprise, politely declined. Again she demanded he stop, threatening to end his life, only this time she received a more hostile response. A challenge, “If you wish to doom this world then go ahead and try to stop me. If you survive you may yet know the truth.” He said.
Not much is certain after Strahl had issued his challenge. In a report issued to the Enclave by Marthin himself he claimed that there was a flash of light when Tyra had accepted the challenge and that he had awoken far from the nation of Vasilika injured and on a ship headed for Cor Dracona. Not having any reason to believe Marthin had been deceiving them they allowed him a reprieve to heal from his wounds. Shortly thereafter Marthin had disappeared and the tales of the famed mercenary and her priest companion soon all but faded from memory.
Though some accounts claim that they have witnessed “Oiel-de-loup” and her companion in the company of several mysterious individuals, often taking note of a stern and sorrowful look in her eyes....
Paper, Pencil, Photoshop Elements 10
Art is © to Anna J. Flores =Arofexdracona
Tyra is © to Marie-Laure Cabot and Frederik Filliaert *Quete-de-l-Aube
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