Kalypso Savoy

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  1.   1.  Appearance
    1.   1.1  Basics
    2.   1.2  Modifications and Apparel
  2.   2.  Personality
    1.   2.1  Summary
    2.   2.2  Ideals
  3.   3.  Relationships
    1.   3.1  Family: Marino, Sadira, Savoy
  4.   4.  Assets
    1.   4.1  Abilities
  5.   5.  History

By: San

Kalypso Savoy is the only daughter of Silvano Sadira and Mara Savoy, and is the result of a tumultuous, clandestine affair that came to a halt following the resolution of an intrapack war between Cour des Miracles and Inferni.

Unwittingly conceived in Cour des Miracles, she was born alongside her brother Leander Sadira in Freetown following his mother's departure, and the group — mother, lover, son, and daughter — were quick to make their way to Barbados and later the Virgin Islands when the pups were old enough to eat solid food. Much of the children's youth was spent traveling aboard ships, and Kalypso took to it like a fish to water. Interested in the running of a shipping line, Kalypso spent much of her time aboard them shadowing the captain, her mother.

Quick on the uptake, Kalypso is a vivacious young woman with all her mother's tenacity and the combined intelligence of her two parents. She is a people person, a people pleaser, and very capable of manipulating situations to her own needs. While her mother may have spied and used information to her advantage, Kalypso is better suited to cajoling people with sweet talk, flattery, and sometimes even bribery.

In the summer of 2017 she journeyed to Portland and met her father's group of travelers, informing him of her identity and borderline blackmailing him to take her with them. While her father's identity was not revealed at the time, Kalypso was welcomed as the daughter of the former Ambassador Spy.




NPC Info

Player Info

  • Date of Birth: February 29th, 2016
  • Gender: Female
  • Luperci: Ortus
  • Species: Hybrid (Wolf, Dog)

Minor Subspecies: 12.5% Eastern Timber Wolf, 12.5% Common Gray Wolf, 6.25% Mackenzie Valley Wolf

  • Family: Marino, Sadira, Savoy
  • Birthplace: Freetown
  • Name Meaning:
    • Kalypso: orchid, cheerful
    • Savoy: Region in France
  • Nickname(s): Kaly
  • Pronunciation: kah-LIP-soh

Miniera · Juvenile · Scarlet Macaw

  • A rather mellow male Macaw, Miniera was raised with its sibling aboard the family ship. Hand-raised (almost begrudgingly), he is attached to Kaly to the hip and rarely leaves her alone. He is rather quiet but a little too clever for his own breeches.

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1.  Appearance

1.1  Basics


  • Speech: Kalypso has the faint hint of a Creole accent to her, though it is often muted. It only comes out speaking to her brother and at times to her Mother.
  • Languages: English, Spanish, and French.
  • Scent: Savoy; windswept with salt and brine, she smells very faintly of faraway tropics and very much like her mother.
  • Quirks, Gestures, or Habits: Cocking her head when talking down to people, touching her lips when thinking, smirking in the same way her mother does.
  • General Posture and Body Language: Kalypso is confident with a capital C. Her posture is rarely demure, often quite active.


  • Preference: Optime
  • Height: 6'5" (195.6 cm)
  • Weight: 215 lbs (97.5 kg)


If one was to see Kalypso now, they would see a very confident, sharply dressed woman with a penchant for shiny jewelry and sparkling gems. Raised by a trader mother, she found an appreciation for the beautiful things in life and is very interested in presenting a beautiful picture to the rest of the world. She does not mind scars but she finds herself disliking dishevelment. Her clothes are rarely dirtied, unless for a dirtying purpose.


  • A very muddled mixing of colors, with darker tones closer to her back.
    • Paco along her shoulders, top of head, ears, hips, back, and base of tail.
    • White Painter and Parchment belly, tip of tail, neck, paws, and base of face.
    • Line of Parchement beneath her eyes, Pale Brown eye brows
    • Darkwood bridge of nose, arms and shoulders, and spread through other places.
    • Muesli throughout.
  • Optime Hair: Mostly Dark Wood and Paco.
  • Eyes: Calypso
    • Nose and Paw Pads: Black


 White Painter (#d7d3c9)
 Parchment (#CEC6B1)
 Pale Brown (#98795a)
 Cement (#7f7056)
 Turmeric (#B08246)
 Muesli (#9c794e)
 Dark Wood (#7d5a44)
 Paco (#4b3d36)
 Calypso (#3d7188)

1.2  Modifications and Apparel

Clothed Picture

by San


  • Scars: None
  • Piercings: None
  • Tattoos: None
  • Notable Disfiguration: None


  • Trim and proper captain clothes appeal the most to Kalypso. They scream of power and command, which she likes to think she imbues. After her island intrigue, she dresses to kill and it oftentimes shows she's not afraid to literally kill if there is a need.
  • She is often armed with a saber or a sword nowadays and knows how to use it.

Jewelry and Accessories

  • A range of necklaces with various stones or material
  • Interchanged bracelets in silver and gold, with a select number of stones
  • A few rarely worn rings


  • Her prestige clothes are a captain's coat, button up pants, and a broad belt. She wears it often.
  • Casual work clothes are a simple vest and pant combo that while clean, shows sign of use.


  • Saber
  • Knife

Flexible Inventory

  • Will carry flasks of water or drink, though tends to avoid alcohol
  • May carry tobacco and paper, sometimes a pipe
  • She also tends to carry a deck of cards or dice, just in case she wants to gamble


2.  Personality

2.1  Summary

  • Sly, witty, and sarcastic, Kalypso has no fear of verbally butting heads with other people.
  • Manipulative, she can be sugary sweet if she needs to be and can also be cajoling.
  • Astute and observant, she is very calculating.
  • Ambitious to a fault, she often has grandiose scheme and ideas that do not frequently come to fruition, much to her frustration.
  • Anger tends to run cold rather than hot, leaving her still in control of her rage.
    • When her anger expands beyond that, she is prone to fits of what could be called tantrums, involving privately destroying things to slake her anger. However, she keeps this all in private to keep up with the idea that she is an in-control sort of individual.
  • Passionate and stubborn, she rarely deviates from her own path in life and struggles with accepting opposing views.
  • Despite her outgoing nature, Kalypso is actually quite guarded about her inner workings. She does not engage in romantic entanglements beyond short trysts. She has a borderline fear of complete intimacy romantically.


  • Expression: Boldly promising something that one may get something out of her if they help her out first.
  • Sociability: Extroverted, noticeably dominant. She is not afraid to touch and fiddle with other folks, despite how uncomfortable they might get.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
“Will not harm the innocent.”
“Values life and freedom above all else.”
“Values flexible relationships with romantic partners.”
“Will persue pleasure over honor.”

2.2  Ideals


  • Obsessions: Personal pleasure
  • Likes: The sea, jewelry, bawdy bars, dancing, adventure
  • Dislikes: Stuck-up folk, cheats, murderers, rapists, cowards


  • Intimacy: After a scarring event, Kalyspo will be incredibly hesitant to offer her heart to anyone
  • Failure: She does not like to fail, nor does she like to be caught unknowing.
  • Mundane: Adventure is something she likes, so she likes to explore, be caught in scandals and cause them, too.


  • Personal Gain: If Kaly can get it out of you, she's going to try her damnedest.
  • Family: Despite her decidedly bohemian lifestyle choices, she is devoted to her family and ensuring their safety fiercely.
  • Pleasure: If it's pleasurable to her, she will seek it.


  • Packs: Based on Packs's pack biases.
  • Bias: Another bias.
  • Bias: Wow, what a lame-o.


  • Kinsey 2, strong preference for men, but is not opposed to female relationships provided they're not demure.
  • She will sleep with people who are fiery, energetic. She prefers to be the dominant player. However, she uses sex more as a promise; she does not frequently actually sleep with people.


  • Social drinker at most, will rarely drink.
  • Smokes tobacco now and then, mostly in a pipe or sometimes rolled.
  • Not opposed to marijuana at all, sometimes has some on hand.


  • Raised in a loosely Catholic household, she's somewhat educated on the matter
    • She uses it to her advantage if she needs to, but otherwise disregards it beyond a loose set of values and morals

3.  Relationships

3.1  Family: Marino, Sadira, Savoy

Italics indicates an unknown relationship; they may be offboard or the relation is merely uncertain.

Familial Relations

  • Mara Savoy is her mother and the pride of her life; she loves her mother, hates how she meddles sometimes, and in all, wishes that she could be just like her.
  • Leander Sadira is her brother, whom she is happy to needle, tease, but will defend fearlessly if need arises
  • Agrippa de le Poer is her mother's lady, and she likes her quite a bit enough to consider her a second mother and loves her daughters as her own blood siblings.
  • Silvano Sadira is her biological father, but the jury is still out on how the woman feels about the man who sired her.

Key Relations

  • Santiago de Mirallo is the man who thought to steal a treasure her family did not have, seduced Kalypso, and whom she murdered when his true nature was revealed to her.

Pack Relations

Outside Relations

4.  Assets

4.1  Abilities


  • Fishing (Journeyman): Raised on a Caribbean island, there was no way to escape the need to learn to fish. A portion of her diet had been based on fish, so she enjoys the taste.
  • Swimming (Master): The islands taught her to swim well, and she enjoys it fully. Strong against the tides, she is less likely to be swept away than a Canadian canine unused to the sea.
  • Hunting (Novice): Perhaps not the best hunter, she can at least catch herself a decent meal now and then, though her skills at fishing at decidedly better.
  • Navigation (Journeyman): Trained by her mothers and other sailors, Kalypso is more than capable of navigating day or night, with an excellent memory and good attention to detail.
  • Ropemaking (Novice): Not the best at ropes, she is good enough at making a sturdy net for fishing that at least lasts a little while.
  • Plants (Novice): While she's skilled at recognizing quite a few things on the islands, she decidedly weaker in identifying plants local to Nova Scotia. She can at least knows how best to avoid poison ivy and poison oak.
  • Poisons (Apprentice): Kalypso learned the art of poison making from her mother and is capable of using the same seeds that she did to create her toxins.
  • Used to tropical forests and a bustling port, Kalypso may get turned around more easily in the wooded lands of Nova Scotia. The forests tend to look all the same to her and block her view of the sky, which is vital to her brand of navigation.
  • Her skills at hunting are limited, mostly due to the lack of large land prey on the islands. Her preference for fish is greater, but the lack of variety makes fishing a little less appealing.
  • Time limited her learning in poisons and she may now and again fail to make a decent poison. She does not prefer to use poisons but she is not morally above using them.


  • Lupus (Apprentice): A sizeable creature in lupus, she still is not the best at fighting in it. Infrequent
  • Optime (Journeyman): All of her combat education focused on Optime methods of fighting, so she is decidedly more skilled at them than anything else. Her youth and inexperience are the only things that have kept her skills back.
    • Hand-to-Hand (Journeyman): From Mara she learned beautiful hand to hand, and her size gave her the strength to truly make it a potentially lethal combination.
    • Sabre (Apprentice): A local sailor taught her to use a sword; she loved the lethal nature of it as well as the grace it could bestow, but the man left port before he could keep teaching her.
    • Knives (Apprentice): Any girl raised in a port should be taught to use a knife as bar fights involved them more than once in a while.
  • Archery (Novice): Agrippa taught her how to use a bow, so in a pinch, she could utilize it, but it is not her preferred method of hunting or fighting.
  • Infrequent fighting in the lupus form leaves her relatively unskilled though she is capable of holding her own for long enough. Rarely in the form so she rarely bothers to practice.
  • Grace and elegance define the way that Kalypso fights in her Optime. She is all about presentation and that may sometimes be a hindrance. Hand to hand leaves her constantly armed and ready to defend herself, though she would really prefer to avoid fighting.
  • Her saber skills are lacking as she does not practice too often and her education in it was too brief to bring her too high in skill.


  • Diplomacy (Journeyman): Raised at the knee of an Ambassador and Spy, Kalypso picked up quite a bit. She's relatively good at it, though her inexperience keeps her back.
  • Reading (Master): Mother dearest taught her how to read, though she does not actively seek to read; she does view it as a good source of information on occasion.
  • Manipulation (Apprentice): Her skills are developing and she has no qualms about using people to further her own agenda. She was used once or twice, and so she has no guilt.
  • Spanish (Apprentice): Mostly curses and slang, she learned it from travelers to the island and natives that spoke it. She's not bad at it and can get her point across very well.
  • French/Creole (Apprentice): Due to her growing up on the islands, she learned quite a bit of French and Creole.
  • Italian (Dabbler): Her Italian is quite weak, but she picked it up very slowly.
  • Her patience tends to be thin for diplomatic things, especially when dealing with fools.
  • Her language skills could use some practice, but at least she could survive in those lands easily.
  • She is likely more proficient in the French than Spanish.


5.  History

See Kalypso's Extended History & Post Log