• Choose a sidekick *or someone other than the hero or heroine* that you would like to put in the spotlight that fits in this week's type
• Share a picture (if possible) and information about the character
• Give the title and author of a book the character can be found in
• Please don't include too many spoilers when describing why the character is such a great sidekick
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June 29th - Cocky (A July schedule will go up on the 29th also)
Queen Levana is a spectacular villain. She is so evil and not the least bit phased by it. Described as not being very beautiful naturally, but giving off a glamour that has people see her as the most beautiful person they have ever seen. With this glamour, she has auburn ringlets to her waist and onyx eyes set on a pale face, and she is even more evil simply because she doesn't look it. Attacking her niece in infancy, holding back a cure to a disease that is decimating a population (and thought to have helped start the disease), attacking people for the fun of it, and so much more that I can't say without spoiling the story. She is hard-core evil, holds no qualms about who she hurts just as long as it is not her personally, and doesn't even think twice about it. She also has a glamour that can make people do what she wants them to do immediately, so it is pretty terrifying to be around her.
“They said she knew when people were talking about her even thousands of miles away. Even down on Earth. They said she'd murdered her older sister, Queen Channary, so she could take the throne from her. They said she's had her own husband killed too so she would be free to make a more advantageous match."
“My father has been attempting to secure an alliance with Queen Levana since she first took the throne. She has always declined."
“Eventually, Your Highness, we will have to discuss Queen Levana and what you intend to do about her. It would be wise to have a plan."
“They said she had forced her stepdaughter to mutilate her own face because, at the sweet age of thirteen, she had become more beautiful than the jealous queen could stand. They said she'd killed her niece, her only threat to the throne. Princess Selene had only been three years old when a fire caught in her nursery, killing her nanny."