The High Lady of Aquitaine, Invidia is wife to Attis. She is an exceptional beauty, dark of hair and grey of eye. She is as treacherous as she is beautiful, however, and is the mastermind behind most of Aquitaine’s plotting. Invidia is cold and aloof, very rarely feeling any sort of passion. Before marrying Attis, Invidia was betrothed to Princeps Gaius Septimus, who shunned her advances—and she retaliated by coordinating the coup that ultimately killed the Princeps.

Furies of CalderonEdit

Invidia was present at Fidelias’ exposure of Calix under the watercrafted guise of a slave girl. She begins her affair with Fidelias immediately following, before he leaves for the Calderon Valley. After his return from the Valley and the failed assault, she reveals Attis’ affair to Fidelias, showing that there was more than one knife at Gaius Sextus’ back.

Academ's Fury Edit

In the second book, Lady Aquitaine proves to be an incredibly powerful fury-crafter. The First Lord's palace comes under attack by the Vord, and Lady Aquitaine decides to provide aid in an attempt to prevent a rival from gaining political advantage. In combat, she displays remarkable skill with earth, fire, and air crafting. She also has the ability to water craft, as Fidelias comments earlier on in the book on her youthful appearance.