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Maman Marie Mayfaire - Rowan Finnegan - 05-08-2019

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Maman Marie tends to the front counter of the cafe. Patrons can pay their hostess or at the front coutner. She is almost always on duty, never seems to need sleep. There are only 4 or 5 hours of the day or night you will not see her at the front counter. Marie typically reads fiction books (Anne Rice, Charlaine Harris, and others), cleans, or knits various items in her downtime at the register.

Came over from New Orleans with Rowan, Marie is the cousin of the woman who taught Rowan about Voodoo and Hoodoo. Determined to look out for Rowan and her interests.

4’12”, 112 lbs, fragile build. Ebony skin, a multitude of white braids typically worn up in a head-wrap. Gummy smile. Dresses in long, practical dresses and woolen shawls. Prefers large pieces of jewelry in turquoise, bone, wood, or fired clay. Welcoming and comedic attitude.

Maman Marie offers tarot readings when Rowan is not available; Marie is not a prophet and has no magical skill in divination, her readings are innacurate. Marie enjoys giving readings to patrons, however, it is all in good fun. She never charges for the readings; the woman always ends up in a fit of laughter by the end of the reading.