Monique is a member of the Delacroix family of Vitesh, a family largely consisting of Shamans and Mages with a deep mystical significance, famous for their unique practices and connection to the Fey. Monique was born into the Delacroix family of the Viteshan Domain, though more accurately the Delacroix could be described as a collection of various unrelated families, bound together by ancient tradition. The Delacroix since time long ago served as a bridge to the supernatural side of nature in Vitesh, serving as important seers and influential mystic figures in the land. Monique's homeland of Vitesh was experiencing a period of peace, prosperity, and growth at the time of her birth, allowing her a tranquil childhood, and she herself would be seen as a girl with great promise in her family. In her young teenage years, Monique would undergo the Ginen ritual of the Delacroix, a process that would bring her to the brink of death and back in order to bind her to a mystical fey-like creature known as a Loa.
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