Bertha de Hautdesert [she/her] is a 2017-introduced and all-around character.
She is the daughter of Bertilak, lord of Hautdesert Castle, from British Arthurian Legend, titularly featured in the romance of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. She is a Classic Year student at the time of the Rebel Movement and rooms with Lacy Chartreuse.
Destined for her father's role, she is a Royal, as she absolutely loves her tale.
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Bertha has a very imposing presence. She is able to walk into a room and demand respect without even saying a word. Noble, courageous, and righteous, she is a true knight. However, once you get to know her, she's really a big softie. Bertha's very kind and caring, treating others the way she'd like to be treated, even if she doesn't get extended the same courtesy. She has a strong sense of justice, and never lets anyone get away with wrongdoing. Because of bullying in her past, she can be a bit insecure at times, but she knows she has friends who care for her and never lets herself sulk for to long. She is very patient, and truly does believes the "good things come to those who wait" shtick, taking it to heart. Bertha is very social, having a lot of close friends and allowing anyone to join her. Still, she knows that there are times to be tough and serious, and when to put her knight training to use. For all her compassion and self-control, Bertha does have some anger issues. They really only surface when her friends are threatened. You simply do not get to antagonize her loved ones and get away with it. First time's a nice talk, second time's a warning, third's a duel. She is rather honest as well, which can lead her to being blunt and accidentally insulting someone, even if she didn't mean it in a certain way. However, Bertha's main traits embody those of Arthurian knights, and she vows to be honest, true, and courageous, but still kind and friendly.
Hobbies and Interests
Fairytale - Sir Gawain and the Green Kight
How It Goes
Main Article: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Full Text: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight