Lore[edit | edit source]
When the ministers raised objections upon seeing her fresh wounds, Sartori slammed her foot to the ground in stormy defiance. "For my late brother's sake, I bid we hasten the preparations for the coronation ceremony. Let us fulfill our royal duty without delay." As the aging general bore witness to the dignified sovereign, her voice firm but gentle, he felt tears welling up in his eyes. The mercenaries got carried away, clamoring for royal rewards. Sartori turned to face them and gave a solemn nod. Her attendant informed her that the carriage was ready. The queen's triumphant return was nigh.
Acquisition[edit | edit source]
Name origin[edit | edit source]
Sartori is an Italian surname, pretty common in Northern Italy; occupational name derived from sarto "tailor". "Sartori" could probably derived directly from the Ancient Latin name Sartorius with the Latin root word sartor, meaning tailor. This name is also established in Spain, taken there from Italy.