Madame Poisson La Ferté, The patron marchioness #66 [Keystone - ENG 1]

Interpretato da: M. W.

Motto: I want to be a living work of art
Group: High Society
Teaser: Born into a family of industrial cotton-makers from Paris, Madame Poisson La Ferté devoted her life to becoming similar to a great heroine sprung from the imagination of some decadent author. Elegance, culture, charm and scandal are like rose petals scattered around her. While many noblewomen's eyes regard her kindly, their lips, hidden behind fans, spread scandalous gossip. Some of them proclaim that she wears live pythons round her neck. Others swear they saw her leading cheetahs with rubie studded collars. There's no doubt about the fact that her ostentatious receptions organized in the pursuit of excess and opulence attract - like bees to the flower - industrialists, intellectuals and politicians of a certain type. Among Madame's favorite guests are artists, for whom she longs to be an inspiring muse, a patron and an intimate confidant. One would be mistaken in thinking everything is aimed at satisfying her vanity. Madame Poisson knows that power has many shades, just as iridescent silk does, and what should not to be disregarded as elegance itself are good society's acquaintances. She loves to get on their right sides in order to obtain secrets and important information that may slip through while being drunk on wine if not muffled by Venus' impulses. What then she does with those details it is a mystery, just like her husband's brilliant career in politics. But then again, it is known that if chess is male, the chessboard is female.

Relations: Married for many years to Lord George Cadogan, V Earl Cadogan, she employed Bernard Russell in a position that common people call servant. She is not indifferent to the company of Dominique Lamaire for whom she is a muse. In one of her countless parties she met Alphonse Raimbaud Rubenstein, she likes conversing with him while sipping French wine. She had requested Jean-Pierre Guillot Savarin's culinary art for her ostentatious receptions several times. He accepted only once, then proceeded to decline every subsequent invitation, thus incurring her displeasure. There is a bizarre friendship between her and Lady Johanna McEwan based on mutual respect and studded by poisonous jokes and elegant bickering over who is best dressed. She was seeing Guy de Maupassant in Paris.
Madame La Fertè avoided speaking to Lindsay Brennan when she was introduced to her at a public event, creating a bit of confusion, but Madame is used to causing upset. When Guillaume Bellegard still acted in Parisian theaters, she often saw him and talked with him about theater and acting, amusing him with her stories.

Upstairs or Downstairs: Upstairs - Group: High Society - Nationality: French - Gender: Female - Player's Age: Adult - 28 years or more - Advices: Character with an abusive personality. Suitable for an active, extrovert and easily confident player who does not fear an uninhibited and fun game. Her game is focused on building relationships and maintaining them.

Altri membri del gruppo: High Society Annie Besant (38 ) interpretato da LucijaT; Lord George Cadogan, 5th Earl Cadogan (69 ) interpretato da FerdinandS; Sir Charles Cowdery (33 ) interpretato da JeffM; Lord / Lady Ashley Wetmore (39 ) interpretato da NyeB; Monsignor Giulio Orazio Mattei (67 ) interpretato da PriiduK; Lord Francis Wimsey (37 ) interpretato da JenniferC; Gaetano Osculati (43 ) interpretato da GeorgiosP; Costantino Nigra (40 ) interpretato da ValeryB; Lord Terence Hamilton-Blackwood (68 ) interpretato da SebastienK; Lady Johanna McEwan (57 ) interpretato da MathildeB; Contessa Luisa Gigli Cervi de Robilant (36 ) interpretato da JuliaB; Alphonse Raimbaud Rubenstein (34 ) interpretato da ThomasK; Emmeline Pankhurst (70 ) interpretato da NoemiK; Lord Gordon Asherton (44 ) interpretato da wernerm; Heinrich von Wissman (54 ) interpretato da BenediktD; Cedric Constantine Crosby (41 ) ancora in cerca di interprete; Joseph Emmanuel Wedder (60 ) ancora in cerca di interprete;