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Neopedia : Princess Vyssa

Name : Princess Vyssa
Species : Usul
Occupation : Princess
Hopes To Be : The best ruler she can be
Favourite Possessions : Tut, her pet Khamette and her solid gold hairbrush
Hobbies : Having others wait on her every need and making sure her servants do what she says
Quote : "I will not be told where I can go and where I cannot go!"

Princess Vyssa is the daughter of King Coltzan III, and is as loved by all the inhabitants of Sakhmet as she is beautiful. She is next in line to her father's throne, and cannot wait to take over his rule. Since she is so young and very inexperienced, she has to look to the advice and guidance of the Royal Council whether she likes it or not.

"I'm so tired of those senators," the princess says in between brushing her shiny dark hair, "telling me what to do and how to act, I mean, I AM the Princess. I AM the daughter of the king. If I wanted to I could have that fat oaf Palpus put on a strict diet, or secretly change the prescription in his monocle so he'll have blurred vision. Oh, and that Senator Barca with her disaproving tones and boring lectures. She annoys the sand straight out of my sandals, and don't even get me started on that Princess Sankara. If she thinks I'm going to listen to another tale of how great things were in HER court, I will scream!"

When Vyssa has had enough of palace politics she disguises herself as an average Sakhmetian and ventures beyond the walls to shop the stalls of The Lost Desert.

"Being stuck in that stuffy palace is no place for a young princess to be," Vyssa says, "especially if I'm going to be ruling this great land. I need to be out rubbing shoulders and wings with the citizens of my land. I need to know how the city works, something my father never exposed me to. He was too busy telling the tale of how he defeated that savage Monocerous with his bare paws. You don't know how many times I heard that story. My father sheltered me behind these palace walls for far too long. He was a strong warrior and kept me safe from the outside world, but now is the time to act, and act I will. Sakhmetians only know me for my beauty, but that is going to change. It is my time now."