Name: Camille Lyndon
Species: Undead (Vampire)
Appearance: Snowy skin, white hair, and golden eyes. Tall and slender with graceful features.
Apparel: A gold and green dress with matching robes. Gold jewelry also adorns her outfit, adding to the regal look she wears. She shows a striking resemblance to Queen Alessia IV in features.
"May the world be embraced with blood."
"Night falls, yet love stays still."
Curse of Blood
"The curse of blood stretches far and wide!"
Life Pact - passive
None of the aristocrats suited Camille - she found no interest in them, and refused to bow to mediocrity. However, her father had already made up his mind. She was to be married to Baron Tawil, a step down in her social status, but the Tawil's were a good family.
On one of her many boring dates with the Baron at the opera house, she came across a peculiar man under the guise of the name 'Cecil'. Cecil was the southern empire's top opera singer, and for good reason, too. Camille soon became a dedicated fan of Cecil, and would soon capture Cecil's attention as well, despite the Baron courting her.
Soon, Camille would be invited to private showings of Cecil's talent, and he would sing songs that he composed specially for her. As time went on, it was soon evident that Cecil shared many traits with a blood demon species - white skin despite the lack of makeup, cold to the touch, red eyes...Despite his species, Camille could sense his desire for a normal life and a deep love soon blossomed between the two of them.
Cecil and Camille would date amongst the moonlight for hours - she often lost sleep due to her nightly endeavors, but she continued to do so because her love for Cecil grew with each visit. Soon, Cecil would visit her outside of the opera house and leave roses upon her windowsill for her to find in the morning.
Camille propositioned her father so that she could potentially marry Cecil, but instead was forbade to do so, and her father had the opera house shut down. Marquis Earl imprisoned Camille and forced to her to marry Baron Tawil in an attempt to make Camille forget about Cecil. Instead, she lamented for days about her lost love.
After the opera house was shut down, Cecil wrote to Camille explaining his species origin and his love for her, and left it on her windowsill with a rose. Within the letter, it also stated that he was leaving.
She took her love and buried it in a different way; a sharp dagger was used to slit her wrists during the dawn light.
"Stars at night... end at night."
Camille awoke in Cecil's arms - as cold as him, and with pale skin that resembled the moonlight. Cecil had never fully abandoned her, he had returned and revived her with his blood, effectively washed away her human life. After that night, the people of Adamantia never saw Cecil and Camille again - they vanished and left behind an epic love story that was told over and over again.
After her transformation took place, it was revealed that Cecil's full name was Cecilion Ravenswood, Duke of Castle Nightingale located in the lush outskirts of Portoblanco. With her death, her marriage to Baron Tawil was wiped from records, and she married Cecilion; becoming Duchess Carmille Ravenswood of Castle Nightingale.