(P) Brute Queen Felicitas


Those who wander into Felicitas' territory by accident would be wise to return from whence they came. She and her subjects have yet to encounter a foe mightier than they. The ruined city they inhabit represents how mankind is but a temporary blight upon nature, which gives them confidence unmatched. Neither words nor tribute will earn their mercy.


See (Preeminence) Brute Queen Felicitas

Name originEdit

Felicitas is an English, Italian, and German feminine name of Latin origin; the meaning is "lucky, happy, successful". It is derived from the word felix which is of the meaning "lucky, fortunate, fruitful, blessed, happy"; in its religious sense, felix means "blessed, under the protection or favour of the gods; happy." A variant of Dutch, English, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Scandinavian, and Spanish Felicia and English Felicity, derived from felicity; felicitas which means "fertility, fortune" with the same root; masculine form is Felix "lucky, happy, successful".

In Roman mythology the goddess Felicitas was the personification of good luck. In ancient Roman culture, felicitas is a condition of divinely inspired productivity, blessedness, or happiness. Felicitas could encompass both a woman's fertility, and a general's luck or good fortune. Felicitas may be translated as "good luck, fortune" and always had a positive significance.

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