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Pythia Adalinda [she/her] in the daughter of the Serpent Queen in the Singing Springing Lark.

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Character

Personality

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Appearance

Pythia has brown skin, and wide, dark ambery-purple eyes. She's rather short and cute-looking, with round cheeks and dimples.

Her hair, which is so dark that it looks purple, is incredibly curly and volatile. She likes to keep it neat and tidy with pigtails and headbands in her daily/basic outfits, but in special occasions, will hold it in with crowns and pins.

She carries herself with energy and laughter. Pythia's natural sweetness reflects in her actions, but sometimes a little too forcefully, so she comes off as bold and maybe a bit over-confident as well.

Hobbies & Interests

From her extra-curriculars, it is obvious that Pythia is a very politics-minded princess.

Student Council

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Debate

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Model UN

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Fairy tale – The Singing Springing Lark

How it Goes

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How does Pythia come into it?

The serpent princess turned out to be more interested in the blue chicks rather than the prince. For this reason, I decided to make a pun and have her more into chicks.

Pythia is the daughter of the villainous princess, and is destined to be enchanted into a snake, fight a lion prince, and kidnap him.

Opinion On Destiny

A genuinely sweet, idealistic girl aligned with the Royals, Pythia's excited to follow her destiny. Even though she has no interest in kidnapping a handsome prince, she still wants to inherit her crown and throne and recieve all the gifts that are supposed to be given to her by the protagonist of the tale.

Parallels

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Quotes

Quotation1 Your Royal Highness would be fine. Or, Princess Pythia, or the greatest Serpent Queen in the World, or just Pythia. Captain just sounds so... formal. Plus, it implies war, and I am so not for that. Quotation2
Pythia on how she wanted to be addressed

Trivia

  • "Pythia" is a reference to pythons (a type of snake); "Adalinda" means noble serpent.
    • Pythius was also the name of a Lydian king, and hence the name Pythia could be seen as a suitably royal name.
  • In real-world terms, Pythia would be from Ulm, Germany.
    • Ulm is a city traditionally known for industry and economy - a perfect fit for a kingdom based around trade.