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"♫ Moon River, wider than a mile, I'm crossing you in style some day. Oh, dream maker, you heart breaker, wherever you're going I'm going your way ♫"
—-Meera's lyrics, famous throughout Bramwell.


Meera Thorne
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Vital Statistics
Affiliation Bard's College
Position Citizen
Alias The Moonsinger
Family Ingold (Husband)

Brienne (Daughter)

Dylan (Brother-in-law)

Rikar (Nephew)

Born 1244 in Bramwell, Westmarch
Status Deceased
Attributes
Gender Female
Ethnicity Westerner
Height 5'5"
Alignment Neutral

Meera Thorne, commonly known as The Moonsinger, is a singer and song writer. Her singing, trained in mezzo-soprano vocal range, is highly praised and her appearance is so beautiful that high lords and noble men across Westmarch request her for special performances. She wrote the famous song "Moon River", named after the river that passes near Bramwell.

She was murdered by Lurk (disguised as Haldon) during the Feast of Crows, a massacre that took place in Bramwell's cathedral due to her husband's transgressions. Her death has not been forgotten and the citizens of Bramwell honor her memory by carrying on her music. Most of the perpetrators that were involved in her murder have since been brought to justice.

HistoryEdit

Meera was born near the outskirts of Bramwell to a lowborn family. She was a servant for a nobleman when she was at the age of 8. Not long after she began her service, the nobleman discovered her talented vocals and would pay her family small sums of gold for her to perform. She would later go on to take singing lessons with her profits she saved as well as taking up the flute. Overtime, Meera began writing her own songs; her most well known love song is about the river that flowed through the western realm, titled Moon River. Her wedding was held at night on a fool moon and the ceremony took place right beside Moon River. Meera and her husband Ingold have a daughter named Brienne.

Appearance and CharacterEdit

Meera is regarded as one of the most beautiful women in Bramwell. This has caused some controversy due to her lowborn status; she is often confused as a noblewoman when she wears rich attire during her performances. Having become a bard, Meera spends much of her time traveling to perform in cities and towns, bringing her daughter along as a back up singer. Many of the citizens of Bramwell considered her a passionate and kind woman.