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Biography[edit | edit source]
During the years of her childhood that Dustfinger was in the Inkworld, Brianna resented him for the fact that he was always gone traveling with the strolling players. Her relationship with her mother became strained when she elects to go work for the royal family, whom Roxane believed to be dishonest and unhonorable. Likewise Brianna had been angry with her father after Dustfinger returns to the Inkworld, believing that he voluntarily left Roxane due to the fact that he was unable to explain the true circumstances of his disappearance.
When Violante heard her sing one day, she promoted her from kitchen maid to her personal companion. As such Brianna kept Violante company, sang for her and played with her son Jacopo. After Fenoglio persuaded Meggie to read Cosimo back from the dead Brianna fell in love with him and he with her. This caused Violante to dismiss Brianna from her service, but later she realized that she was lonely without Brianna and Violante asked her to come back, which Brianna eventually did.
After Dustfinger's Death[edit | edit source]
When her father died, Brianna was in extreme grief, though she concealed this. After she was kicked out of Violante's palace, (as Violante was jealous that her husband, Cosimo the Fair, had fell in love with Brianna, instead of her) Brianna went to her mother, Roxane (Dustfinger's beautiful wife), and helped her in the fields of her farm, before working for Orpheus, alongside Farid, whom everyone believed was Dustfinger's son, as Dustfinger had died for Farid. She resented him for the fact that her father had died for him, and blamed him for all the grief everyone held for Dustfinger, blaming him 'for every tear her mother shed'.
Physical attributes[edit | edit source]
She had the beautiful voice of her mother and the red hair of her father.