Bei Mei Xhir't
|Affiliation||Lyn Azveltara's Assassins|
|Relationships||Lyn Azveltara (Employer)|
|Alias||Queen of Blood|
Bei Mei X'hirt', otherwise known as Queen of Blood, is an Azveltarian Elf Sharpsword portrayed by Coestar in Azveltara Z. She is a member of Lyn Azveltara's team of assassins. She participated in Lyn's plot to exterminate the Beenu race. She was the champion of Fighting Power 8. She has the ability to transform into a Blood Snake Queen.
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Bei Mei X'hirt is completely obsessed with blood going so far as to rip the feathers off of a Beenu child. notably she also has a tendency to go from lover to lover this can also cause her to go into somewhat of a daze not even being able to distinguish Lyn Azveltara from a male servant elf.
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Bei is completely infatuated with Lyn During the other assassins lovers bond ritual Bei was spying on them eventually she tried to go in a second time during one of the other assasins lovers bond time which lyn did not appreciate turning Bei away. after this Bei seemed dazed not being able to distinguish Lyn from one of her servants this enraged lyn making her violently slap her then knocking her out onto a seat pillow.
Bob Bei did not see bob as a person instead she saw him as not even a living being refering to him as a chair that is strong bob tried to make romantic advances on Bei but this went over her head
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|Powers & Abilities||Belongings|
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Bei was raised in a family of butchers unfortunately this would lead to her obsession with blood and murder. Not much is known of Beis life after this until she eventually became an assassin for Lyn Azveltara
- The name Bei Mei X'hirt is a play off of the phrase "Buy My Shirt."