She is a dashing young girl with soft skin and long dark hair. She has a small scar beneath her chin, and walks with a slight limp. She is quiet and reserved, usually sharp-tongued when she speaks.
From the age of four, Ami lived with Mme Bulotte, in a brothel on a backstreet of Lires. When she reached the age of twelve, she was coerced into working for her legal guardian, providing “services” for many of the most renowned figures in the city: politicians, craftsmen, artists. She was abused by Mme Bulotte and forced to live this humiliating and sordid lifestyle.
She met Henri Beaucourt eight years later as she wandered down a boulevard in an affluent area, and he took pity on her. After several months, they fell in love and got married.
But Ami was not so in love as she seemed. It was simply a way out of the horrendous life she had lived, and gave her opportunity for revenge on those who had used her over the years.
A recent series of unexplained murders of city noblemen of high renown may find their answers here…
She is very good at concealing her emotions. She is bent on revenge, and doesn’t believe that anybody acts out of good motives: she has seen enough debauchery to know that there are always deeper, less salubrious reasons for good actions. She is very selfish, and sees only the bad things in the world. Killing people isn’t wrong, in her eyes, it is justice.