Dossier: Meridiia Timaeus – Mind Over Matter

The Yesterday Knight Legacy

Background:

Hi there! As I’m going to be posting the backstories/profiles for my alts, I figure I should give some background on them.

This saga centres mainly around Auryyn and August’s parents, Ehrenn and Auurora, and the SIS team that they were part of. The team was a mixture of non-force sensitives and force sensitives. The team was disbanded when the team discovered a “cursed” holocron that divided them and was ultimately their downfall.

I consider their playthroughs of the SWTOR storyline non-canon and an alternate reality where they never joined the SIS. 

“Meridiia Timaeus. I’ve never seen someone with so much potential. A tactical and strategic genius but nonetheless a potent force user and physical combatant. She’s fiercely loyal and dedicated but acutely aware of her deficits to the point where it can become a hindrance. The girl’s incredible – she just needs to believe in herself” – Overseer Jaeger’s notes

Name: Meridiia Timaeus

Species: Mirialan

Eyes: Red

Hair: White

Nickname: Sunshine

Meridiia Timaeus lost her parents at a young age and was raised by her Grandmother, who wished for her to follow in her parents’ footsteps and join the military. Meridiia had no desire to join up, but did so anyway to comply with her Grandmother’s wishes. She was incredibly miserable at the academy at first, and would frequently skip classes. Everything changed for Meridiia when Auurora and Ehrenn rescued her from some of their classmates who were giving her trouble. The three struck up a friendship and became inseparable. Meridiia continued to be nervous and shy, and Ehrenn and Auurora fought most of her battles for her, which often made her feel guilty and that she was relying on them too much. Despite her lack of confidence in her own abilities, Meridiia graduated at the top of her class along with Auurora and Ehrenn and they were approached by the SIS. Meridiia’s brilliant tactical mind made her a valuable member of the team, and she could handle herself well enough in combat despite her own feelings on the matter. When it was discovered that Ehrenn’s family was of Imperial origin and the SIS threatened to turn on him, Meridiia convinced the SIS to back down, even though she was terrified. Meridiia gained a new confidence in herself and her abilities and remained alongside her friends in the SIS.

Meridiia was blinded when the team discovered the cursed holocron, the assignment that would ultimately tear the team apart. The team was disbanded shortly afterward. She joined the Green Jedi on Corellia and continued to lend her strategic and tactical advice to their cause. She remained friends with Auurora and Ehrenn and remained in distant contact with some other members of their team.

Meridiia believes the Storm family to have been killed and is not aware that Auryyn or August are alive.

Timid and shy, Meridiia never really speaks unless spoken to with the exception of the people she is really close to. She has no belief in her own abilities, but she will step up for what she believes is right. She despises public speaking and avoids large groups of people, preferring a solitary existence. Meridiia is braver than she thinks and much more than she appears – she tends to be underestimated, by herself perhaps most of all.

Tomorrow’s Notes: I love Meridiia, she’s very different to my other characters who are for the most part very confident and have a shedload of self-esteem. Meridiia, not so much. She’s the toon that I wanted to root for the whole time and just tell her that she had this and she was doing great. I like that even though Auuryyn’s parents are the “main characters” of their saga, Meridiia is definitely the best of them. She brings out the best in other people, but she doesn’t see it in herself, and that’s what makes her so likeable.

 

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