Name: Vita Salvatore (da Forli)
Time Period: Renaissance
Birth Date: August 11, 1484
Death Date: April 23, 1556 (Death by natural causes)
Occupation: Doctor, Recruit
Affiliation(s): AssassinsOC's Appearance
Weight: 137 poundsAbout OC
Vita is absent minded and clumsy with both traits going well together. If Vita misplaces something, she would rapidly run around and possibly break things. She is also attached to her mentor (guess who), but not in a romantic way. She is attached to the point that the mere thought of him getting hurt makes her anxious. Faults aside, she is a rather cheery girl. Along with that, she is also loyal to the cause.
Likes: Family, mentor, outdoors
Dislikes: Templars (of course), injuries, losing materials
Habit(s): misplacing items, calling out "MENTOR!"
Strength(s): Fast, loyal, trained in the medical arts
Weakness(s): absentminded, clumsy, anxious
Fear(s): seeing her mentor hurt, dying, losing a fellow recruit
Talent(s): She has experience in the medical arts due to her heritage.OC's Relationships
Love Interest(s): N/A
Friend(s): Fellow Assassins
Enemy(ies): Templars (of course)OC’s Abilities
Preferred Weapon(s): Dagger, poison darts
Fighting Style: As she is trained in the medical arts, she uses her knowledge to her advantage, making a variety of poisons for usage. She prefers smaller weapons due to her stature.
(On a scale of 1 - 10 for your OC's abilitys; 1 being terrible and 10 being best)
Eagle Vision: Nope
Hand-to-Hand Combat: 7/10
Quick Reflexes: 9/10
Long Range Accuracy: 8/10OC Family Background
Birthplace: Forli, Italy
Family: Cara Salvatore da Venezia (mother), Baldo Salvatore da Firenze (father)
Born in a family of skilled doctors, Vita was cared for almost constantly. She was well fed, well treated, well fit, all that stuff a healthy child can have. She has grown to be spoiled and will often prance around the house humming a little tune in glee. Oh, remember when I said that she was born in a family of skilled doctors? Well, her mother is well skilled in creating medicines and poisons while her father was skilled at selling them. Of course, like any doctor around, he would sell his goods to a certain someone in white robes… Anywho, while her father was working, her mother was teaching young Vita how to create medicines. Vita was always interested, as she always wondered how her parents do so well. She always listened, excited to learn more. On a few occasions she would try to use her knowledge and create medicines on her own. Most of the time she would make a mess or break the medicine capsule.
It was just one week that sales were doing poorly in Forli. Hoping that they could make better sales to support the family, the Salvatore family set out for Roma. They stayed in Roma for a few years, making better sales than before. At least they would’ve if a certain family didn’t keep everything in ruin. During the Roma residential period, Vita was called to help her mom deliver some boxes to another doctor close by. Upon arrival, there was no other doctor. They were ambushed by guards hoping to steal the goods for themselves. There was nowhere to go for the two ladies. Vita was nervous yet bold at the same time, running up to a guard to kick him in the crotch to steal his sword. The disarm was successful and she began to try her best to fight off the guards, allowing time for her mother to flee. She manages to take down a few before she was cornered. “Aiuto! Aiuto! (Help! Help!)” she cried out, getting on her knees. It was there that someone came in and killed two guards at once. She got up in hope and continued to fight alongside this stranger. Block after block, swing after swing, Vita struggled to keep herself going. Soon, she managed to counter and impale the guard in the abdomen while the stranger who came to her aid also countered an attack, pushed the guard away, and shot him. She was surprised, excited, and relieved in one mix. She dropped the sword onto the ground and bowed to the stranger. The other walked up to her and placed his hand on her shoulder, proclaiming the six words that would change Vita’s future…
“The liberation of Roma has begun.”