A relic of a bygone age, Encartra is the name given to a powerful spell book, or rather the entity within the spell book. Encartra is an ancient entity, a strong but forgotten Wiccan who had lived for centuries before her untimely murder and destruction of her coven during the Wars of Religion in the 1700's. Binding her soul to her spell book, Encartra managed to cling to the mortal realm by binding her soul within her book and set about creating a five step plan to reclaim everything she lost.
- Name: Unkown
- Alias: Encartra
- Age: 600+
- Hair: N/A
- Eyes: Green (Glowing)
- Likes: The taste of exotic spices, dominating others, precious stones and fabrics, gaining power, attractive men, attention, magical knowledge
- Dislikes: being placed on a bookshelf or upside down or at an angle, being reminded she is a book, monsters, The Order of St. Arthur, attractive woman, being controlled, Alucard
- Family: Unknown
Born with amazing power Encartra was raised among magic her whole life and was alive during its height. She has lived for centuries even before her murder and centuries after that through her own magical skill and power, a fact that makes her haughty and arrogant. Indeed it was her perception of her own skill and her own power that caused her to turn to dark magic in the first place, not craving power initially but believing she was too skilled a magic user for it to kill her: and due to a technicality she is right. It was her belief that she was too skilled and her fellow Wiccans to backwards that caused her to turn her clan over to witch hunters so that she might steal their secrets.
Still like any being who lived for centuries and hid from mankind Encartra is cunning. Skills developed over long centuries cruising the finest courts in Europe, worming her way into the hearts of the most powerful knights and lords in courts and her own magical powers had left her a master at manipulation and subtlety. She could and still can charm a banker to marry her within and evening and steal his gold the next day. She did this in life because after living for so long regular things became boring for her, and she adored attention to the point where she would murder others, sooner than let them steal her spotlight. She leaned towards seeking the finer things in life as she settled for nothing but the best, and even while a book she mourns her inability to experience the euphoria of such things and grows angry if she is not cleaned, dusted and if she is places on a 'unworthy item' often demanding her followers place a velvet sheet over the table or item they put her down on.
Moreover Encartra is very callous, and even petty, as she was caught after killing a peasant girl because she wanted to sleep with her boyfriend. She cares little for others, although does place a sense of worth in her followers in what they can do for her, and while power hungry sees nothing wrong with teaching others magic, believing in making her followers stronger to make them more useful. She even notes attachment to many of them calling them her 'daughters' and teaching them the blood ritual so that they could gain eternal life. Secretly though she is also dependent on them and seeks to breed loyalty, indeed she would never admit to this due to her being incredibly embarrassed after being turned into a book, as seen when her normally controlled composure broke when Jane Amico managed to reverse her curse, or when Alucard finally met her in her book form and broke down laughing.