|Occupation|| High Priestess of the Geisterdamen|
|Residence|| Beneath Sturmhalten (best guess)|
|First Appearance|| |
Vrin's role Edit
Lady Vrin was the High Priestess of the Other and leader of the Geisterdamen. She played a brief but crucial role in Agatha's story. It is through her that we learn that The Other , Lucrezia Mongfish. She also reveals some history of the Geisterdamen, but her exposition raises even more questions than it answers. Interestingly, Lady Vrin is also the only member of the Geisterdamen we've seen who communicated in the common tongue of Europa.
She was first seen midway through Volume V, in Sturmhalten, when she was brought in as a test subject for Anevka's new voicebox (which, thanks to Tarvek's engineering, was altered to produce a voice which matched Agatha's). Following that, Agatha and Lady Vrin were taken to which also held Eotain and Shurdlu. It was during this brief incarceration that Vrin identified her goddess as Lucrezia and confirmed Agatha's identity as the Holy Child the Geisterdamen had been searching for all this time. It's also through Vrin that we get an entire sepia-toned page of .
Tarvek sent Tinka to subdue the three Geisterdamen and , but Agatha's helpful little Dingbot Prime, already on a mission from Agatha to open the door, unwittingly freed Lady Vrin and the two others. After Agatha's brief visit with Tarvek, Vrin and tricked Agatha into "escaping" in a different direction, a path which lead straight into the Geisterdamen's secret chapel. It's during this walk that Vrin reveals in an off-hand manner that the , which makes that The Other and Lucrezia Mongfish were one and the same. Agatha was then the Summoning Machine, , and The Other's personality .
Lady Vrin survives through most of the Sturmhalten story arc well into Volume VI, but unfortunately for her, she apparently came to an end when her goddess (now occupying the body of Agatha Heterodyne) gave her the order to die.
Vrin was just as amoral as her goddess. She never displayed any human empathy or a desire to do "good". She showed Anevka's old form, Vrin was even Agatha if she failed to cooperate., except in using her body as a vessel for the goddess. And once the Other was safely housed in
Vrin was also brought up again much later whenthat it was indeed Agatha in control of her own body and not Lucrezia. Tarvek asks her what she "did to Vrin", to which Agatha answers, "Well, I kind of hit her with a broom. I kind of ."
Physical appearance Edit
Vrin was first brought to the Royal children in her dressing gown, but was later able to dress (out of frame) in her usual attire, which is identical to that of the other Geisterdamen with the exception of a gold necklace and three projections on her headpiece.
Vrin's hair is shorter (or more shaggy) than that of the other Geisterdamen. She cut it herself as a The Other's gateway, which was apparently destroyed by the mysterious Loremistress Milvistle. Vrin could not rebuild it.for failing her goddess. Lady Vrin's task was to protect
Lady Vrin and the Voice Edit
As was true of all of her goddess' lower priestesses and lesser servants, Vrin was subject to control by the Voice.  However, she also displayed a great degree of free will and was mostly resistant to commands from those who were not her goddess (ie. Agatha and Anevka). As Vrin explained, "the mother is not quite the same as the daughter". Once Lucrezia's personality was in control, Vrin seemed to discern the difference.
Status as a revenant Edit
Shortly before Vrin's final meeting with the Other and her consequent death throes, slaver wasp-infected by a wasp weasel and thus classified as a revenant by the Bug Squad. What exactly should be inferred from this fact (in particular, about other Geisterdamen) is a subject of debate.as
- ↑ See lingua europa
- ↑ On the same page, Agatha also seems suspicious of the idea, that this doesn't quite fit with what she already knows and that there must still be missing pieces to the puzzle.
- ↑ At least, the servants that we know of, not counting those such as Lord Selnikov whose loyalty to the Other appears to have been secondary to his loyalty to the Order and/or the Knights of Jove anyway.
- ↑ See the second to last panel on .