Born to Alexandre & Philipe Solaire in The Silver State of Haelun'or, Evangela was a bright and happy baby, and flew under the radar for the early years of her life. Her siblings were numerous and had all set out on their journeys of education by the time that Evangela came to schooling. Throughout school she excelled in botany and the understanding of the ancient lore of the High Elves, but failed when it came to weapon-making or arts that required a bit more precision. Around her 25th birthday was when everything changed for her however. Whilst out in the woods foraging for berries for her family, she was attacked by a rabid Orc who attempted to maul her. In her fear, she screamed in an ethereal manner that sent a pulse of energy blasting her her skin – shattering the Orc and sounding a whip-like crack through the area. She fled, and ran back to her home as quickly as possible, avoiding the townsfolk who were attempting to find out what was going on. Her parents managed to calm her down once she got home, and advised her to conceal her gifts, that she might continue on with her life normally. Choosing thusly to avoid continuing her education, she joined her father on the farm and spent the following decades farming herbs, selling wares and learning the intricacies of working with the land around them. Over time, she came to gain some simple control of her gifts that she might tend to the farm. In her more recent years, she joined her father as a distributor of healing herbs and remedies at the city of Kal’Bryst when it fell under siege. Similarly, she joined her parents in visiting The Verge to assess the soil and prepare it for the cultivation of fresh land in the wake of the settlements being established there.
Evangela smiled politely at the merchant as she looked to the side of the two wooden crates she was carrying.
“Hello sir” she responded gently, flashing a wide smile at the man, “I have come here in search of the local Apothecary – I bring goods from the Solaire farm in Haelun’or that he requested from us a few weeks back.”
She breathed deeply and looked around the port, taking in the sound of the lapping waves on the rocky shores, as well as the scent of salty water and fish floating in the air. Though she traveled often enough in her work, her visits to port cities were amongst her favourites for the beautiful scenery, vibrancy of civilisation and topics of conversation that brought the world to life.
“Do you perhaps know where I might find his new store? He mentioned in the order that he would be shifting, and I should speak with someone in the city upon arriving.”