Countess Rhiannon of the Isle
Rhiannon of the Isle is a late 12th - early 13th century Welshwoman. The only child of a minor chieftain whose claim to fame was the raising and training of tournament destiers (horses), she was trained to assume the responsibilities of her father.
In her formative years she was a tomboy through and through, and she took a great deal of pleasure in entering tournaments 'incognito' and taking the boys 'toys'! Her prowess with her valiant steeds gained her entry into an equestrian tournament company.
Another lesson learned from her father was that to survive and thrive in Wales at that time, it was necessary to court the Norman invaders. This well-learned lesson paid great dividends, as through the right association with the 'right' Norman knight, (love ya Gareth!) she managed to expand the family holdings to a County.
Well educated for a woman of her era, she enjoys reading, calligraphy (and obviously things equestrian), and some of the womanly arts; cooking, embroidery and sewing.
In the Society, she is the founder and Matriarch of House Dragon Or, which is a service-oriented household with