Lylah is a righteous person, deeply devoted to her God, Tripos, and believes in trying to save people, wanting to give them the chance at redemption.
As a child, she was educated by fine scholars, clothed in the fanciest clothing (keeping up with the ever changing fashion) and studied with great philosophers, but all this wasn’t enough for Lylah, she always felt like something was missing.
As a teenager, she learnt about the politics of the upper class, being part of schemes and plots to bring about downfalls of other great and wealthy families.
As a young lady, her family arranged for her to be married Gaston Salvatore. The Salvatore family were powerful traders of slaves, they had a reputation for being ruthless when it came to dealing with their profession. Despite this, a love began to grow between Lylah and Gaston, she believed her family had done right by finding such a handsome, mild-mannered match for her. Things completely changed however, when Lylah found out Gaston wasn’t being truly faithful and taking his job as a slaver to a whole new level.
Lylah left Gaston and was disowned by her family. She found herself being drawn to a simple temple, where she found out about the teachings of Tripos, and from that day she has been in the service of her God; helping the poor and needy.