Name: Alessia Sylvien Condrey
Appearance: Alessia appears to be in her early 20's to human standards, with a mostly unblemished complexion and snow-white skin characteristic of moonlifted. Her hair is wavy and long, reaching down to the small of her back, with a hue that matches her skin. The Queen's eyes are a piercing vibrant cyan, gentle in structure with a rested and focused look. Facial features are smooth, with a round nose and modest, thin, but symmetrical lips.
Apparel: Her style frequently changes between robes, tunics, or dresses befitting of royalty, and clothing suitable for laboratory work including a white coat and thick black glasses. Regardless of her outfit, she always wears her silver circlet with a horizontal upwards crescent light blue gem.
"That which can be measured can be controlled."
Alessia IV is the Queen Regnant of the Kingdom of Loria, successor to her father King Edion, and the only young member of the the House. She ascended to the throne in 3979 following the sickness and death of the King; with no other heirs, it fell upon Sylvien to lead the country at the young age of 17.
Alessia is generally known as a fair but controversial ruler, commended for delivering the Kingdom from economic instability and civil unrest, but widely criticized for causing international scandals regarding human rights violations and the creation of mass-destructive weaponry forbidden by several global treaties. Due to her blunt and confrontational public demeanor she is often the object of press criticism; nevertheless, support for her rule remains consistently high, as does her personal popularity. She is credited for the Kingdom's overall wellness, military power, and high HDI.
The Queen is known for her fondness of science and technology, being a talented researcher herself. She is a major in physics and utilizes her knowledge in the development of machinery, particularly weapons or vehicles. Given the time and effort it takes to run a Kingdom, Alessia funds her own research team, providing guidelines and ideas, allowing them to explore new ways to improve existing technology - or even introduce entirely innovative concepts to the world. Sylvien believes that mankind can overcome every challenge and dominate even the core forces of reality itself; that which can be measured can be controlled, and that which can be controlled, can be used to brighten the fate of humanity as a whole.