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Athilda Guntbold
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Story Role
POV Role None
Appears In Lucernian Series
Vital statistics
Born 5101
Title Official Titles
  • Lady of Guntbold
  • Azure Lord of Odahviing
Alias None
Religion Dragonoph
Status Alive
Allegiance Family Loyalties

Personal Loyalties

Former Loyalties

Racial Statistics
Maternal Gothic German
Paternal Gothic German
Family
Parents
Father Lothat Guntbold
Mother Ophellia Guntbold
Siblings
Siblings Full Siblings
Internal Family
Spouse Joshua Cullen
Children True Born

With Estrid Orane

Magi Information
Magi Level 3
Magi Family Alteration School of Magi
Familiar Staff
I'm telling you right here and right now that you can trust me. Until you can't.
Athilda Guntbold

Athilda Guntbold is the daughter of Lothar and Ophellia Guntbold making her a member of House Guntbold through her father and a member of House Elric through her mother.

Athilda Guntbold would be born the fourth child of her father Lothar Guntbold and thus at the time of her birth she stood outside the line of succession due to her families practice of agnatic gender succession laws. Athilda would make herself known to the wider politics of the Kingdom of Lucerne when she met with William Lovie III. during the lead up to the Second Battle of Tree Hill and became a trusted advisor during the assault on the city. Athilda would make herself a trusted ally of Edward Cullen and coming into his personal service during the aftermath of the Lucernian victory at Tree Hill, and in this she traveled with him northward as they went to the capital and placed William on the throne. When Edward Cullen left the Valley of Lucerne for the Tevinter front it was Athilda that remained behind as by this point she could no longer follow her friend with everything she had built in the valley.

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Athilda Guntbold would be born the fourth child of her father Lothar Guntbold and thus at the time of her birth she stood outside the line of succession due to her families practice of agnatic gender succession laws.

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