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Voici mon interprétation de la maman de Jak.

Je l’ai appelé: Eyrin.

Headcanon: Elle vient d’une famille d’aristocrate ruinée: sa relation avec Damas (encore prince à l’époque) est donc mal vue.

Bien que Eyrin ait une très bonne éducation, la plupart des gens du grand-monde l'appelle «la roturière» (même si elle n'a rien d'une simple roturière, et même si elle se montre plus raffinée et plus humble que la plupart des personnes dîtes de haut rang)

Damas obtient le consentement de son père, qui est un homme brave et se rend compte des sentiments profonds de son fils pour Eyrin,

Cependant, un drame frappe le couple royal: Damas et Eyrin comprennent rapidement qu'ils auront du mal à avoir un enfant. En effet, Eyrin n'arrive pas à garder les bébés et fait fausse-couche sur fausse-couche. Elle souffrira beaucoup de cette pathologie, se tournant alors vers la religion (NB: fortement inspiré de la tsarine Alexandra)

Beaucoup dans le grand-monde verront en cette maladie un signe des Précurseurs (Veger dira que les Précurseurs punissent Damas d'avoir épousé une roturière), et beaucoup traiterons (dans son dos) Eyrin «d'incapable» et «d'inutile» puisqu'elle ne peut même pas donner un héritier au trône.

Cette nouvelle terrible pour toute Abriville n’arrange rien à la situation eco-politique chancelante que connaît la ville (les prémices du putsch de Praxis)

Ce n’est que bien plus tard, après presque 20 ans d’attente, qu’Eyrin tombera enceinte et que l'enfant naîtra à terme. 9 mois plus tard, elle met au monde un fils qu’ils appelleront Mar (connu plus tard sous le nom de Jak)

Le peuple accueille avec effervescence ce nouvel héritier. Damas et Eyrin voient en cet enfant un signe des Précurseurs (ce que Veger regrette et ne comprendra jamais)

Le couple royal et la ville oublie un instant le rapprochement des Metal Heads… un oubli fatal pour Damas: seulement quelques mois après, Praxis trahit Damas.

Fin du headcanon

 • Ici, un aperçu d’une des robes qu’elle pourrait porter lors de cérémonie (quand elle sera Reine)

 • Et en dessous Eyrin avec Mar (Jak) nouveau-né.

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Here is my interpretation of Jak’s Mom.

I called her: Eyrin.

Headcanon: She comes from a family of ruined aristocrats: her relationship with Damas (who is still the prince at the time) is thus badly seen.

Although Eyrin has a very good education, most people in the great world call her “the commoner” (even if she is not a commoner, and even if she is more refined and humble than most of the people said of high rank)

After a while, Damas obtains the consent of his father, who is a brave man and realizes the deep feelings of his son for Eyrin,

Damas and Eyrin quickly realize that they will have trouble having a child. Indeed, Eyrin does not manage to keep babies and has miscarriage on miscarriage. She will suffer of this pathology, and turning herself to religion (NB: strongly inspired by Tsarina Alexandra)

Many in the great world will see in this disease a sign of the Precursors (Veger will say that the Precursors punish Damas for marrying a commoner), and many will call (in her back) Eyrin “incapable” and “useless” because she can not even give an heir to the throne.

This terrible news for all Haven City does not help the staggering eco-political situation of the city (the premises of the putsch of Praxis)

It was not until much later, after almost 20 years of waiting, that Eyrin will become pregnant and the child will be born in the long term. 9 months later, she gives birth to a son they will call Mar (later known as Jak)

The people welcome this new heir with effervescence. Damas and Eyrin see in this child a sign of the Precursors (which Veger regrets and will never understand)

The royal couple and the city forget for a moment the approach of the Metal Heads… a fatal forgetfulness for Damas: only a few months later, Praxis betrayed Damas.

End of the headcanon

• Here, a overview of one of the dresses she could wear during ceremonies (when she will be Queen)

• And below, Eyrin with newborn Mar (Jak).


(lately I’ve been thinking a lot about Trans Girl Ashelin and Crossdressing Prince Damas; Praxis is a tightass and thinks it’s ‘just a phase’ and refuses to acknowledge it, but Damas understands and he buys Ashelin dresses and encourages her to BE HERSELF, and eventually Praxis just has to fucking get used to it because he has a daughter now)

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