Lady Kaienna Imperiosa stands proud at 5'8" and walks with dominance, her shoulders back square and chin up with a bitter noble expression set upon her face where a devious smirk sometimes lingers; she walks as though she owns the world, truly vain. Her body is curvy around the just above average bust and child bearing hips, her overall body firmly toned and slim overall to give off that healthy and alive impression. The voice is heard as firm and assertive in tone, a hint of taunt to some occasions, and of course has its noble posh taint.
Kaienna's features are rather common, nothing that one would really take note of other than the high cheek bones under the porcelain pale skin. Quite clearly she takes pride in her appearance. The eyes are black, though not dark enough to merge with the pupil and have been noted in the past: 'Black as night without mercy: no normal gaze should be like that' - A Stormwindian Paladin. Above those are neatly plucked eyebrows.
The silken black hair is cut and styled with care and utter precision, shining gloriously with health and is commonly tied back in a loose thong of leather, no strands straying. Usually her nails are painted a ruby colour or even purple, unchipped and pristine, and her make-up consists of bold dark eyeliner and mascara, and dark purple-red eyeshadow that is kept in tip top condition. As for her lips they are painted a plum-red, deep and with a shine, a sign of high quality lip paint that never once blemishes from contact.
er choices of clothing are generally expensive in manner. Each item is top quality silk and cloth weaved without a single thread loose nor a single blemish upon the design. The cloth type is that of the Outlands, weaved by the Draenei, and holds magical properties to repel fire from damaging it - perfect for her fire casting abilities. Her gloves are also tailored from the silks.
The Imperiosa mansion opened its doors once a month or two to the closer public of nobles and higher-ups, invitation only parties carrying into the early morning that many people would have loved to attend if they so could. That, however, was impossible if one did not have an invite. Sensational food and luxurious wine they were known for, amongst other things, their land on the edge of the estate giving delicacies freshly picked that day, as well as the cattle freshly slaughtered.
The Imperiosa family was rather known in Lordaeron, back in the day. This, though, changed, few years before the corrupt Prince dealt his hand in evil and took Lordaeron to the grave. Word got out that the Imperiosa family were in fact dabblers of the dark arts, having a hand in demonology, fel casting and other dangerous, potent magics that could corrupt any mortal if they did not learn to control it over the years. The family, since day one, was always seen in a different light to every other noble, higher up, commoner, peasant; they were just naturally seen to stand out, highly provocative in a sense, with that dominance and a firm voice not many could pull off. Lots of people would think there was something unusual about them, but nobody had any clue as to what it was, so people just assumed it was their wild, unique, heavily hedonistic and strong nature that set them aside from everybody else. Nobody suspected they were Warlocks and witches, trained from early years.
When they were discovered and proven to have their hands in the dark arts, they were instantly called out, ridiculed and obviously feared. Their illegal actions quickly ensured the authorities approached their grand home to take out their verdict after a swift capturing. No doubt they would hang in the gallows for their dark misdeeds. With luck - to the family - they were able to quickly pack up their most valuable of assets, books on Warlockism, demonology and so forth, any and all evidence too, and leave in the dead of night, shrouded by the strange, unnatural fog that drifted in that evening. That is all that is known to the public on that matter, or at least that is assumed. When the authorities and amassing rioting public approached the Imperiosa estate, it was empty of all people, slaves and servants included, leaving only their furniture and bits and bobs of belongings behind. Clearly, everything valuable had gone, and this left no shred of proof that they had ever done anything wrong. Various things were burnt, too, things that could also lead to evidence. It was like the mansion had been abandoned long ago. The ship the family owned was also gone from the harbor.
What happened to the family after that is unknown, and truly they were quickly forgotten by the public. Nobody cared to remember the stain left in Lordaeron's kingdom - nobody wanted to admit they had been blind and let ties to demons have its safe place in their homes. The mansion was quickly demolished and the lands rebuilt on. The family had never existed, according to many. Various others, though, kept their name alive in memory for the purpose of the future - if the Imperiosa's appeared again, they would step in to make sure nothing of their practices came about once more. There were not evil, but to the outsiders, they had done more than enough.
Up to this day Lady Kaienna is still known within Stormwind, once appearing in the High Court as a judge upon the jury, yet stepped down from the position for an unspecified reason. She was seen to socialize with her mother, Francesca, and her brother, Azrian, both of whom moved to Stormwind in the recent couple of years. Yet as of now both have vanished. Her younger sister, Inariae, was noted as dying in a horrific massacre by one of Kaienna's brutal connections; 'I keep my family close, and enemies closer.'
By her subordinates, word goes that the Lady is a rather cruel, selfish woman with unorthodox methods, ways and enjoyments, where others will turn around and say she is one of the most pleasurable people to be around. That being said, it is always the acquaintances of her rather glorious, invitation only Imperiosa house parties that states she is a nice person to be around. Her unsavory manner and acts at a time are far from hidden at some moments. So, it goes without saying, that the woman cares more for her own fun than keeping up her noble appearance on most occasions. That isn't to say, though, that the public sees it often, forcing her actions to be of proper mannerisms to keep up the much needed 'professional' face. But she will speak her mind and follow her desires no matter who of importance or not witnesses it.
As for her riches, people say she gains her wealth from land ownership to which food and other necessities, such as cloth and wood, is farmed and either sold or made into the semi-famous and loved food, drink and basic and enchanted silks frequently sold on various markets of both factions. There is that, and her many investments into people's businesses, injecting a cash sum to their ideas and helping the business flourish, taking a decent percentage of sales. Only rumor says she once ran a harem. Should someone glimpse an advertisement to a chosen business, they may see the Imperiosa House insignia printed upon it, telling they are funded by Lady Kaienna.