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Cerberus Project
Head Sculpt:
Delf female
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    Date of acquisition:
    12 December 2006
    Athene was the first Asian Ball-jointed doll I got! She arrived at my place (after being customized by a friend) on 14 March 2007. I had seen a lot of BJDs previously, but none of them spoke to me like Athene did. When I saw her, I had to have her. Almost two years after I saw her mold, I sold my entire My Little Pony collection to be able to buy from Alewife here on DOA.
    Reason for choice:
    Her face sculpt spoke to me--she is my first and most fervent love in this hobby.
  • Eyes:
    16mm Glastic Neutral Gray
    kstarr 13.022 #F 66/18/1001a
    Favourite colours:
    Gray, forest-y neutrals
    Fashion style(s):
    Mostly Medieval, but delves in more modern attire, too
  • Name story:
    She is a huntress and has a penchant for owls; I am into Greek mythology I thought about Athena, but felt Athene was more graceful and suited to her
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    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is not available for offsite roleplay.
    Born to a noble family, Athene was expected to be everything a good daughter should be: obedient, hard-working, agreeable, and married as soon as her first woman's cycle to a wealthy lord. Her mother died shortly after childbirth and her father went into a deep depression, dying of a broken heart some years later. Her uncle continued her education in both what a woman learns and what a man learns, making Athene a very competent, self-assured teenager who longed for something more than marriage and household duties.

    On her 18th birthday, Athene left her uncle in charge of the estate, and readied to leave in search of adventure. She didn't know where she was going, but she knew she had to leave. And so Athene became a vagabond princess, adding travelers to her group as she goes.

    Owls; hunting; riding horses; tea; crossbows; trees; learning; reading; the goddess Athena, her namesake; spring; rain; crossbows

    Overpowering men who underestimate her


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