Originally a sailor from Ulthuan, Aethidi's trading ship had an unfortunate run in with a Black Ark not far from the coast of Tilea. The Dark Elf Corsairs outnumbered the High Elves nearly ten to one, and and managed to mop up the traders with ease, enslaving most and slaughtering the rest. In a desperate bid for escape, Aethedi, after managing to remove her shackles, made a break for it, and inspiring other prisoners to do the same. Only two made it into the Tilean Sea, being Aethedi and her younger brother, Bel-Verar. No money and no ship, once they had made it to shore, they were lost. While they tried many a job, they were eventually found by Vittore Facchini, who offered them a place on a Blood Bowl team, based out of Trantio. The siblings accepted, and while Bel-Verar suffered an injury that forced him to an early retirement, Aethidi still plays, trying to make back enough money to get home.
Scoring on the final turn of the first half of the first game, Aethidi started her career with a good start.
The fourth game of the Summer of 2601
, Aethedi aided Ghezioc's touchdown with a completion, showing how she is still willing to aid another Elf beside her brother.
The fifth game of the Summer of 2601
, Aethedi managed to get a hold of the ball twice, snatching it from the forces of Slaanesh and scoring both times. She also wounded a Slaanesh Warrior who attempted to hurt her. In this game, she learned to true intricacies of Blocking.
The sixth game of the Summer of 2601
, Aethedi ran the ball in at the end of the first half, bring the score to a tie after an unfortunate Eshin blitz. In the second half, during a desperate play to retrieve the ball from the assassins of the east, the Catcher dodged past one of them, managing to badly hurt the vile Gutter Runner holding onto the ball.
Aethedi managed to carry the ball past the beastly Skaven, scoring a touchdown
. She even relinquished the opportunity to score a second, feeling sorry for Bindwi, and gave the Dwarf the ball, letting her score the second touchdown of the game.
Lady of Balance (Pearl)
Aethedi was granted this award for her diverse and spectacular play in the Pearl Chalice, in the Summer of 2601. She proved her worth, scoring many a touchdown over the season and fighting against the forces of Chaos, injuring them at every chance she had.