Hello there folks. So after collecting more than enough screencaps whilst binge watching all the Marvel movies, it's time to make an official return to this account. hope to have a banner up for this lovely lady soon seeing as the weekend is approaching after all.
But for the mean time, meet Eira Aumontdottir. Her parents, Vidar and Solvi of Asgard were regarded as fierce warriors. Vidar, however, held a higher status, being known as a God amongst the people of Midgard. He was the god of Vengance and because of this his family was well respected in Asgardian society. Vidar, having been friends with the old King, found work for both him and Eira's mother, Solvi. All under the watchful eye of the All Father of course. The Aumonts served under the Odin's for many moons as Advisors until both perished on the battlefield in the midst of the Asgard-Joutenheim War. Before she died, Solvi called out to Odin, calling the King's attention. In her last moments Solvi begged Odin to watch over her daughter, seeing as the child had just been born. It was her duty as a mother to make sure her daughter was cared for and above all else, not alone. When the Asgardians returned to their kingdom, Odin made it a priority to retrieve the infant (whilst caring for another). It was later revealed that Eira had been stolen away, most likely meeting the same fate as her parents. Thirteen years later, a young girl was brought to the palace to have an audience with the King for the crimes she had commited (theft, assault- nothing to extreme for a girl her age). When Odin saw the girl's white hair and striking blue eyes he realized just who she was. Eira was raised by the Royal Family, alongside the young Princes and was taught the ways of a Princess. Her intelligence proved her worthy to serve under the King as her father had before while her resilience and fierce attitude proved her a worthy adversary both in combat and wits. Her lineage also proved to be the reason for the abilities she was gifted with and how she would later come to wield a title that would stay with her for days to come. Of course there's more to her tale but it will all be told later.