|Player: Vicious Vicky|
|Real Name:||Zsófia Árpád of Hungary|
|Known Aliases:||Goes by her first name|
|Nationality:||Hungarian (Though owns numerous fake IDs)|
|Place of Birth:||Hungary|
|Base of Operations:||Cap au Diable|
|Enhanced senses, Slightly enhanced physical attributes, Arcanomancy, Hemomancy, Biomancy, Psychomancy|
|Fluent in Hungarian, Serbian, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Latin and English|
|None of note|
|Speaks in a weird mix of accents. Weakened in sunlight though surprisingly resistant to fire, thanks to magical wards.|
Sophia, as the first daughter of the royal couple, King Béla II and Helena of Rascia, was born around 1135. She first begins to appear in narrative texts in 1139, when her father betrothed her to Henry, the eldest son of Conrad III (reigned from 1138–1152). Soon after Sophia traveled westward from the Kingdom of Hungary to the Holy Roman Empire, where she was presumably to learn the German language and court customs in preparation for her marriage. However her engagement with the young Henry was broken.
Her father, Béla the Blind died in 1141, and the relationship between his successor, Géza II, and Conrad III grew increasingly strained during the following years. At one point in the mid-1140s, Conrad even briefly supported Boris Kalamanos, a rival candidate for the Hungarian throne. In this charged environment, the plans for a marriage between Sophia and Henry were abandoned. However, Sophia was still in the German kingdom, where she had been living for the past several years. Within a year she became a nun at the convent of Admont (today in Austria).
According to a letter written to Géza II by Herbord of Michelsberg (a benedictine monk) in 1159, Sophia was already residing in the monastery at Admont when her betrothal ended. Conrad III had sent her there immediately after she left Hungary, because the German king wanted her to be raised within the abbey until Sophia and Henry were old enough to wed. When it became clear that her marriage would never take place, her brother Géza II sent messengers to Admont to bring her back to Hungary. However Sophia did not want to leave, insisting instead that she wished to remain in the monastery as a nun. He then considered leading an army into Austria to take her back by force. Later, though, he decided to send a diplomatic mission to negotiate her return. The abbot of Admont gave Sophia the choice of staying or leaving. Once more, she affirmed her desire to become a nun, and Géza II finally permitted her to stay at Admont.
Shortly thereafter Zsofia somehow gained access to a tome that was kept at Admont for safe keeping, later identified as a collection of necromantic rituals dating back to the height of Oranbegan civilization. Whether willfully or accidentally, she somehow managed to use the tome to turn herself into a vampire and immediately went into hibernation. On the authority of Herbord of Michelsberg she was entombed beneath Admont only to awaken after Statesman and Lord Recluse opened Pandora's box in the early 20th century.
She remained in Europe for roughly 50 years. During this time she mastered her magical powers, learned several languages, fought the Nazis and established a significant presence within the criminal underworld. In the 1970's she found her way to the U.S. and in the early 2000's she moved to the Rogue Isles which remain her primary residency up until today. Ever since her awakening she managed to keep a relatively low profile when it comes to the authorities, especially magical ones, which results in not much being known about her activity, especially during her time in the states and Etoile.