Willie's destiny is to be the queen of a group of ghostly maidens who dance men to their deaths. Two problems: She can't really dance, and she doesn't really know why it's important to, you know, kill people. As successor to Queen of the Wilis, she doesn't really get a lot of say about it, though. After all, a Rebel's destiny is pretty much set in stone. Isn't it?
When it comes to reliability, nobody can beat Willie Evenstar. She's devoted to her friends, and her spooky family. Or at least, the closest thing to family she's ever known. Growing up in a forest in the Rhineland, it was difficult for Willie to find other people to talk to. It didn't help that the other teenage girls around were all hundreds of years old and ghosts. But she's not going to let being undead and socially disabled stop her from seeing a piece of the world! And then going home and fulfilling the destiny she doesn't even understand. Or want. Oh boy.
Willie has dark green, almost black, hair that's made for catching moonlight. She wears it in an elegant chignon that highlights her high cheekbones and ethereal, almond-shaped emerald eyes. Her skin is as white as paper, suiting her ghostly heritage. Like the traditional Wilis, she wears a calf-length white skirt and bodice, occasionally with a long veil that obscures her pretty face.
Fairy Tale Edit
Giselle, ou Les Wilis is about a peasant girl named Giselle who dies of a broken heart after discovering her lover is betrothed to another. The Wilis, a group of supernatural women who dance men to death, summon Giselle from her grave. They target her lover for death, but Giselle's love frees him from their grasp.