Tricia Summers

Tricia Summers

“I love you, so I’m going to say this as nicely as I possibly can.”

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Description

Tricia’s a middle-aged woman who was obviously gorgeous in youth. She’s still beautiful, with blonde long hair and flawlessly cared for skin, but she shows signs of her age in crows feet and wrinkles and a weariness that seems to hide behind her eyes. She dresses simply in flowy clothes and generally stays silent as she works. She seems to have a natural glow around her. Around Tricia is an aura of peace, calm, tranquility, and fertility; everything in the area around her seems more prone to relaxation and sprouting and uratha may notice the sensation of a locus.

Visible/Known Information

  • Splat: Wolfblood
  • Tell: Waystone
  • Pack: The Motley
  • Apparent Age: mid-30s
  • Notable Things:
    • High Survival
    • Gardener
    • Striking Looks

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Tropes

Music

“Sometimes I’m
Hard to ‘voke
As I breathe
And sometimes I don’t
Sometimes I can’t see
Beyond the ‘scope
It’ll all be fine
Or maybe it won’t.”

“I’m the kind that sees sun and brings an umbrella
I have been to fortune tellers
And I know love will leave you all crooked
And I know he’ll start sleeping around
Or start listening to symphony rock
Or throw out the key and change the lock
But I don’t sleep well at all.”

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Quotes

Pretend someone asked “What do you think of (character name)?” Answer it!

  • She’s silent for a moment, sliding one hand up and down her arm. Finally, she says – simply, “I know.” – Eden LaValle, not making sense
  • “Oh, Tricia’s incredibly kind and loving, and like – sometimes I think it’s a farce but I don’t really think it is in the end. She’s incredible.” – Eliza LaValle
  • “I love her, and she loves me. That hasn’t changed. You’d do well to remember that.” – Galen Summers
  • “We don’t talk much, but she’s nice enough. Why?” – Xander Carlson
  • “I can’t even imagine what her life’s been like. Or maybe I just don’t want to. No, I’m glad to have her—I’m just saying I think she’s getting the better part of the deal. Nothing wrong with that.” – Jacy Carlson

Tricia Summers

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