Plaguenymph

Carly Sheil

Townsville, Australia

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The three members of Plaguenymph, a band formed by Club Epris’s manager Strytch.
The band consists of:
Strytch on vocals and guitar, Annalore on the bass and backup vocals and Krithlyn on the synth and drums.

Strytch isn’t her real name, but she is yet to tell anyone what it actually is. Nobody is sure where she came from, only that she runs Club Epris, is the lead vocalist and guitarist of Plaguenymph and doesn’t take shit from anyone. Strytch started the club as a place for supporters of Wyrmwreyn, and the parasites (with hosts) themselves to enjoy some relaxation separate from the ongoing war. She’s violently protective of her girls, both in her band, and in her staff. Most of the Wyrmwreyn girls can hold their own, but that doesn’t make her any less aggressive towards anyone trying their luck.

Annalore was a rebellious teen back in her youth. Dir’ht has no minimum tattoo age, so from puberty onward she collected an embarrassing amount of tattoos from butterflies, spiders and ivy, to tattooed garters. These days, after an accident seperating her teen-self from her adulthood she’s rarely seen with anything uncovered, instead draped in leather. So her tattoos are no problem.
Cold, misanthropic and with a continuous superiority complex, Annalore isn’t the most understanding girl out there.

I believe Krithlyn to be a symbol of hope for the Wyrmren, an example of a misunderstood being, rising to some form of status in a cold world. There are few musicians in the city, attention being focused on rebuilding, managing, fighting, providing food and other necessities that would not be needed as strongly if the NDC were less demanding of it’s own citizens in a war that could have already been well over and a refurbishment that is beyond anyone’s requirements but their own.

She’s well able to play drums and synth, an interesting sight for all to watch, even the other Wyrmwreyn. The synth is often placed behind her, and drums in front to allow her to play from both sides of her body.

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