(1537 – 1568)
The daughter of a Kessan admiral, her reputation was that of a part-time opium addict and full-time seducer of men of the cloth. It was after her investor husband suddenly collapsed and died in the street that an inquest was made due his secret ties with the Privy Council and the fact important papers were missing. A search throughout their town home in Kilsa revealed large amounts of bank notes, bonds and even jewels had been sewn into the canopy of her bed: gifts she had collected over the years from priests and Cardinals whom she had bedded. She later stated since she spent half her life on her back, this was the best way to secretly admire her trophies. She died of tuberculosis before fulfilling her new ambition of becoming a nun.