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It’s obvious that no kingdom intends to declare war on Atlas. We had no involvement in the incident at Haven, we have proof our drones weren’t acting on orders at Beacon. At this point, the closure of Atlas borders is only serving to hurt our relations with the rest of the world.
—Camilla, about the previous incidents relating to Beacon and Haven

Councilwoman Camilla is a member of the Atlas Council, thus making her one of the Kingdom's leaders.

AppearanceEdit

Camilla has a dark complexion, styling her gray hair with a curly style. She wears purple eyeshadow and a black shirt with a wine-red coat over the top. Camilla wears a golden necklace around her neck and matching earrings. She wears black pants and a black belt with a golden circular buckle.  

PersonalityEdit

Camilla is a cordial woman who puts her concerns in the kingdom of Atlas before other priorities. Like the other councilmen of the kingdom, she appears to be frustrated with Ironwood's practices as General and Headmaster of Atlas Academy and has begun expressing expiration and worry for her Kingdom due to the Dust Embargo and closing of its borders from the rest of the world implemented by the General because of his paranoia, showing that she values her kingdom's prosperity and diplomatic relations greatly and desires to restore it before it's too late.

HistoryEdit

Councilwoman Camilla makes her debut in "Cordially Invited", appearing in the dinner hosted by Jacques Schnee in the Schnee Manor to discuss James Ironwood's seat in the Atlesian Council, along with Sleet and Robyn Hill.

During dinner, Camilla questions Ironwood's choice to keep Atlas' borders closed, citing the fact Atlas had nothing to do with the attack on Haven Academy and later stating that they have now acquired proof that their drones were not acting on their orders during the Fall of Beacon and that by closing the borders, Atlas' relationship with the rest of the world was being hurt.

Along with the rest of the council, Camilla calls for James to trust and work alongside them.

TriviaEdit

  • Camilla may refer to Camellia, a genus of flowering plants which are traditionally pink in color
  • Alternatively, the name Camilla is associated with the Old Roman family name, Camillus. It was also the name of a legendary warrior maiden of the Volscians in Virgil's Latin epic, Aeneid.
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