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Character Repository of Yohannes on NationStates



The purpose of this Factbooks and National Information thread is to record the fictional in-character (IC) characters in the narrative or canon—that is, the material accepted as officially part of the story—of the Realm of Yohannes on NationStates. The list is not alphabetical, nor does it indicate the order of importance of these characters in the canon of the Realm of Yohannes on NationStates.




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Sansa Lovebright

Postby Yohannes » Tue Jul 23, 2019 4:34 pm

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    Personal details—August 2019

    Name: Sansa Lovebright
    Dynasty: House Stark of Royal Burmecia
    Family: King Consort Nathan (husband), Alexandra Christina of Cleyra (mother)
    Date of birth: 27 August, 1989 (age 30)
    Ethnicity: Burmecian
    Closest OOC (out-of-character) real life comparison: English people (Germanic)
    Nationality: Yohannesian
    Occupation: Royal, non-practising solicitor (qualified)
    Residence: Kayfurt am Charlotte (Kay ford at the Charlotte river)
    Education: Conjoint Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws (BCom/LLB University of Yohannes)
    Height: 1.73 m
    Orientation: Straight (relationship)
    Eyes colour: Green
    Hair colour: Red
    Appeared in:
      “Kingdom of Burmecia sees 11 billion NSD investment for infrastructure” [Click me]
      “Money for Christ” [Click me]
      “Supreme Court Rules Against LGBTQ” [Click me]




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Sansa Lovebright (born 27 August, 1989), Her Majesty The Queen and Secular Prince-elector of the Realm, is a Laeralite-Yohannesian royal and solicitor who is the 11th monarch of the Kingdom of Burmecia. She is the only child of the late King Freya and Queen Alexandra Christina The Queen Mother. She is the head of House Stark of Royal Burmecia, one of the Great Houses of Yohannes and the royal house of the Kingdom of Burmecia in the southern Nineteen Countries. A supporter of the Christian Democratic Party, she is one of the youngest Prince-electors—the heads of state of Yohannes’ 19 constituent countries—to seat in the Electoral College. Her husband is the non-noble King Consort Nathan, making her the first Burmecian monarch to have married a common citizen of the kingdom.

Sansa was born in Laeralsford while her family was visiting the Yohannesian Ambassador to Laeral at the time. After graduating from the Adelaide of Löwenstein-Rosenberg Grammar School in 2006, she worked as a volunteer coordinator for the Yohannesian Cancer Society, an organisation dedicated to the education, support and empowerment of those diagnosed with cancer. In 2008, she enrolled in the University of Yohannes’ Faculty of Law. After graduating, she became a family law solicitor, specialising in domestic violence and legal aid practice. She received national attention in 2014 with her well-received speech denouncing Yohannes First’s anti-immigration policies and her open endorsement of the multicultural visions of the Maxtopian-founded World Assembly. In 2019, she became known as a public advocate of LGBT rights when, after an application for more government funding had been made by the controversial Archbishop emeritus Thaddäus Neumayer, she officially opposed the Church in Burmecia’s submission in a heated International Diplomacy and Advisory Committee hearing.[1]


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Early life

Sansa Aryn Lovebright of Royal Burmecia was born 27 August 1989 at Laeralsford Municipal District’s hospital while her father was visiting the Yohannesian Ambassador to Laeral at the time. She is the only child of the late King Freya (1957–2018) and her wife Queen Consort Alexandra Christina The Queen Mother. She was raised in Royal Burmecia and attended the state-integrated Adelaide of Löwenstein-Rosenberg Grammar School as boarder on a Crown Scholarship.

A senior exchange boarder at the time, Cäcilie Bärwald delved into Sansa’s intermediate schooling in Royal Alexandria, and spoke of the young princess as “one of the most creative 10-year-old students I had mentored.”[2] While at Adelaide of Löwenstein-Rosenberg, Sansa received an Advanced Classroom arts-based research, autoethnography and music education, which included lessons from eminent concert pianist Harald Köhler, as well as visual art tutorials from the school’s headmaster, Sven Müller.

Education

In her Year 12 (Sixth Form), Sansa applied for a scholarship to attend the University of Yohannes and study law, and received a free enrolment Offer of Study from the university’s Faculty of Law. Her Year 13 end-of-year reports showed “the desire and willingness to learn,” and reflected the results of a senior student who had been elected by her year group to become Adelaide of Löwenstein-Rosenberg’s head girl for the Class of 2006.

After graduating from secondary school, Sansa moved to the Free and Frauenmundigen City of Crescent to work as a volunteer coordinator for the Yohannesian Cancer Society, an organisation dedicated to the education, support and empowerment of those diagnosed with cancer, and spent most of her time with student volunteers from Grays Harbor and Knootoss. As a result of her time with her Harberian and Knootian colleagues in Crescent, she was able to learn Dutch and Spanish first-hand from native speakers of both languages.

Sansa started her Conjoint Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws at the University of Yohannes in the summer of 2008, flatting with her close friends in Charlotte Bridge over the Main, Royal Alexandria. By her second year, she was chosen by the president of the Halsten Law Review at the time to become an editor of the journal. In her last year of study, she was elected to succeed outgoing Jennifer Chua-Küchler as the law review’s 130th president.[3]

Law career

Two years after graduating with her conjoint law and business degree, Sansa began work as a judicial clerk with the specialist Royal Burmecian family law practice Groß & Associates. At age 24, she became the youngest associate ever in the firm’s then 57-year history. She remained at Groß & Associates until March 2015, when she relinquished her full-time practice license as a family law solicitor specialising in domestic violence and legal aid practice.

As an accredited specialist solicitor, Sansa wrote two contentious submissions to the Select Committee on Equality and Social Welfare. Her first submission proposed for wider accessibility to the National Court in its civil jurisdiction, while her second submission explored the possibility of improving the way in which the Court tackles civil and criminal issues, such as family proceedings and appeals against decisions made by the Citizenship and Immigration Administration (i.e. administrative law). She wrote regularly about the just and efficient operation of the Burmecian judicature, and was a weekly commentator of morning news and talk show Breakfast on issues concerning access to the court for families in low-decile school districts.

In her capacity as a private citizen and family law specialist, Sansa delivered her well-received keynote speech denouncing Yohannes First’s anti-immigration policies in Garnet Til Alexandros’ 2014 Christian Democratic National Convention. Her open endorsement of the “Maxtopian-founded World Assembly’s multicultural visions” gained her further national attention in the same year. In 2016, she announced her decision to become a non-practising solicitor, saying that “as heir apparent to the throne, I have (finally) chosen to commit myself fully to my family and our obligation to the State, with its own complex agenda of official engagements and royal duties.”

Royal life

In her role as the Queen of Burmecia, Sansa has promoted grassroots humanitarian projects and arts foundations, as well as taking part in official visits at home and abroad, enhancing Burmecian sub-state diplomacy across policy domains.

In 2017, Sansa made study visits at the School of Aeronautical Theory to learn first-hand from aviation lecturer Eve Braun, apparently unannounced.[4] She also undertook official study as a part-time intern for the Yohannesian branch of the International Securities and Exchange Commission, the World Assembly’s working group tasked with maintaining and publishing a model code of securities regulations.[5] In December 2018, Marion Maréchal-Le Men nominated Sansa as the next Nineteen Countries Ambassador to the World Assembly. She wrote in her journal, “I have visited the World Assembly Headquarters regularly since then to observe proposal debates on the floor and to learn more about the Resolutions At Vote of the world’s governing body.”

Together with King Consort Nathan, Sansa was an influential civil rights activist—they had developed a huge following among university students and the environmentally conscious middle-class by decrying the influence of banking lobby groups. She became known as a public advocate of LGBT rights when she opposed the 2019 Government Funding submission of the controversial Archbishop emeritus Thaddäus Neumayer in a heated International Diplomacy and Advisory Committee hearing.

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Marion Maréchal-Le Men

Postby Yohannes » Thu Jul 25, 2019 1:49 pm

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    Personal details—August 2019

    Name: Marion Maréchal-Le Men
    Political party: GOP (Yohannes First)
    Family: Jeremiah Meyer (husband), Shaniqua Le Men (daughter), Aliyah Meyer (daughter)
    Date of birth:17 May, 1984 (age 35)
    Ethnicity: Alexandrian
    Closest OOC (out-of-character) real life comparison: Swedes (Germanic)
    Nationality: Yohannesian
    Occupation: Politician, solicitor
    Residence: Reichstagshaus (Parliament House)
    Education: Conjoint Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws, Master of International Relations (BA/LLB, MIR University of Yohannes)
    Height: 1.74 m
    Orientation: Straight (relationship)
    Eyes colour: Brown
    Hair colour: Blonde
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Marion Maréchal-Le Men (born 17 May, 1984), Her Majesty The Yohannesian Emperor and The Right Honourable President of the Electoral College, is a Yohannesian politician and solicitor serving since 20 January 2018 as the 18th head of state of the Nineteen Countries. She has also been the Leader of the GOP alliance and Yohannes First Party since her resignation from the Christian Democratic Party over “minor disagreements on policy” in 2015.[1]

Born in Treno before moving to Royal Alexandria when she was a child, Marion attended the University of Yohannes and graduated in 2004 with a Conjoint Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws (BA/LLB).[2] She began a career in the legal sector in Yohannes before moving overseas to work for the Yohannesian Embassy Argentinstan City, in which she became chargé d'affaires in 2006, a position which would introduce her to influential Yohannesian diplomats and politicians over the next two years. In 2008 she was appointed team leader of the Macroeconomic Research and Advisory Committee of the Bank of Yohannes until leaving in 2010 to join the Christian Democratic Party.

Marion entered Parliament representing the Bible Belt electorate of Hufflepuff (later renamed Clarenduff) as one of the few Christian Democratic members of Parliament in the socially conservative southern electorates of Burmecia.[3] In June 2014, she was appointed chair of the Ethnic Diversity Select Committee and eventually the Parliamentary Select Committee on Ways and Means in March 2015. After criticising her own party’s economic, fiscal and immigration policies, she was dismissed from this post in June 2015. She subsequently joined the newly-formed Grand Coalition of Social Democrats and Yohannes First (GOP) at the invitation of the Chairman of the Grand Coalition Committee Nicolas Powell and Speaker of the Realm Parliament Saul Ryan.

Marion led her coalition of parties to victory at the January 2018 presidential election.[4] Despite a resurgent liberal movement under the reinvigorated Green Party, the GOP went on to win the December 2018 parliamentary election under her leadership.[5]


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Early life

Marion Jeanne Maréchal-Le Men was born 17 May 1984 at Greater Treno Regional Hospital, to Felix Maréchal (1932-2017) and Hermione Le Men (1949-2017). Her father was a naval officer and veteran of the Setyoutomo Bush War, a 12-week civil conflict in 1964 over Yohannesian coastal investments and trading outposts in the Republic of Setyoutomo. She is the older sister of classical pianist Claude Weiß and jazz violinist Emma Jin Kyong. Together, they were raised to be devout Protestants by their mother, a Russian Mennonite immigrant.

Marion was raised in the central Treno suburb of Freishafen. She recalled her childhood experience in Election Yohannes 2018 Special Coverage, telling then-candidate Abdullahi Lindström: “When I was a child growing up in the heart of Noble Treno, there were Khataiy, Souriya Al-Assad, and other Middle Eastern refugees taken in by the Nineteen Countries. We grew up on the same street. We want to have these people on the continent of Yohannes—our church and other local youth group organisations pledged that they would contribute; but they also emphasised that it should be about quality. Not quantity. The Noble Republic of Treno is unique this way, it is the representative of relatively open-minded, yet controlled and responsible asylum seeking, refugee and economic migrant policy.”

Marion attended the Abbess of Vilich’s Primary School, an inner-city independent co-educational school, providing education for students from pre-kindergarten to end-of-primary.

Education

Marion continued at the Abbess of Vilich’s Primary School until Year 7, when the Maréchal-Le Men family moved to Royal Alexandria. She then spent three years at Wannsee Intermediate, a state co-educational intermediate school in the leafy upper-middle-class suburb of Little Wannsee. She went on to attend the state-integrated Little Wannsee Grammar School—widely considered to be the top Yohannesian academic secondary school, which forces its first-year students to study Latin—where she played basketball and was chosen to succeed her previous year’s mentor as the school’s 157th Prefect at Year 13 (final year of secondary school).[6]

In 2001, Marion moved to the central Royal Alexandria suburb of Green Forest to flat with her close school friends. In her third year of studies, she attended the Sorelas Institute for the Study of Legal Affairs at Imperial College Ismalyr in Anemos Rei.[7] She finished her last year at the University of Yohannes with the aid of the Von Bismarck Scholarship, receiving an Honours law and arts degree (conjoint) in 2004.[8] After finishing her undergraduate studies, she moved to Royal Lindblum, working for the specialist litigation and dispute resolution firm Möllerstein & Associates part-time while entering Halsten University’s School of History and Political Science, taking specialised research courses in Diplomacy and International Relations for one year.

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    1. See [Archive 1] of “Election Yohannes 2018: Special Coverage” above.
    2. See [Archive 2] of “Election Yohannes 2018: Special Coverage” above.
    3. The Politoco Nineteen Countries Poll gauged Yohannesians’ views on the most pressing political and economic issues and current events, and found that Clarenduff was the least conservative Bible Belt electorate in 2011. For comparison, see “The Bible Belt” at viewtopic.php?p=35252895#Whipping.
    4. The Realm News called for the GOP candidate to be the winner at 280-143. See “Elected 18th President of the Electoral College” at viewtopic.php?p=34191799#p34191799.
    5. See “Vote2018: First Leaders’ Debate” at viewtopic.php?p=34647717#p34647717.
    6. Her school mentor and predecessor would go on to become the first Ambassador of Yohannes to New Cabo Azul. See “New Cabo Azulean Embassy Program” at viewtopic.php?p=35822338#p35822338.
    7. The Sorelas Institute, located in central Anemos Rei, is one of the oldest dedicated legal institutions in Anemos Major, and is a “world-renowned” source of legal theory and research. See “Imperial College Ismalyr” at viewtopic.php?f=6&t=186274.
    8. The Von Bismarck Intercultural Scholar Programme is one of the most competitive grants for promising secondary school and university students in the Nineteen Countries; it forces participants to go outside their comfort zones on a culturally enriching exchange programme outside Yohannes. See “A Drug Dealer’s Son” at viewtopic.php?p=35397299#p35397299.
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The Realm of YohannesDas Yohannesische Reich
Government Archive Act | Reichstag Parliamentary Debates | Tales from Yohannes | I Beg my Realm
Currency Intervention | A Game of Thrones | The Archbishop and His Mission | The Financial Diary | Homofront Yohannes | My competition
Embassy Exchange | VMK Industry | Bank of Yohannes | Character repository | NS Hacking | Our posting history
We love NationStates! Do you? \__(^.^)_//
NS military project: Tank | Armour | Bomber
All In-Character things I’ve written on NationStates are open-source/Creative Commons that you can use :)
2018 had been my most productive (IC) NS year since 2011 — I won’t be as active on NS now due to RL obligations :)


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