Mercenary, Field Medic, Strategist, Spearman
Small Mountainous Area between Bree & The Shire
Mead and Willow
Angyles's grew up in Misthallow - Lyndelby, more specifically. From birth, she appeared to be different than most other hobbits, standing a bit taller, with a more lithe build. The blood of old Hobyltan was strong in her. This nature, ultimately, is what led her to being kicked out of her former home.
While, like many hobbits, her family and neighbors were a simple folk, Angyles was not and was a frequent Disturber of the Peace. When Angyles hit thirty, she went on a small adventure that led her to the outskirts of Angmar. Under the roots of an old, dead tree she found a box. Nobody was around the box, so, that meant the box was her's. Inside, Angyles found her ring, along with a small bag of gold. Angyles ran off with it, putting on the ring. Taking this ring was, ultimately, what led to her being exiled from her community.
Angyles, over the course of a few month, went from a bright, red-haired lass with blue eyes to having stark-white hair and pale blue eyes. That combined with the pranks she was pulling did give an excuse to bring her behavior to a vote. Assuming she had offended some greater power for her ways, her community kicked her out just shy of her thirty-first birthday.
Angyles, exiled, and with nowhere to go took up the mantle of a mercenary and did what she could to learn field triage over the course of two years. Angyles found she was unnaturally good at it. At her third year, Angyles discovered she had an uncanny knack for reading the flow of battle - which eventually caused her to gain her minor amount of fame. For some reason, when she was conducting battle and shouting orders, the survival rates of, first, those who listened were higher. Then it became those under her as her talent was recognized.
She's had a few years to hone her craft, build her wealth, and so on. Angyles is a co-founder of the Kinship - Mead and Willow. They call their home in mountains between Bree and the Shire - where they have made their Burrows.
Wealth, Friendship, Concern for Others