(Aqua) Millvina the Lambent


Millvina roared the command to her scores of gallant, loyal knights. Unable to affect the tide of battle on her own, she fought side-by-side with her subjects. Her sword was wrapped in a divine radiance, cleaving through the enemies' defenses. After their remains had been scattered to the winds, her perennial foe appeared. Millvina raised her sword towards the figure in black steel, intending to settle the conflict for good. Her fierce, cavalier form would be praised in legend for centuries to come.


See (Noble Spark) Millvina the Lambent

Name originEdit

Millvina is probably an old long-lost English feminine name. Elizabeth Gladys Millvina Dean (2 February 1912 – 31 May 2009) was a British civil servant and cartographer. She was the last remaining survivor of the sinking of the RMS Titanic on 15 April 1912. At 2 months old, she was also the youngest passenger aboard.

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