Meallaire Sergenaux is a mixed heritage Elezen who originally hails from the Twelveswood, but departed for Othard during her sixteenth summer. She spent most of her life in foreign lands, and while Eorzea is where she is found most often, it is rarely what she considers to be her home.
She spends most of her time traveling Aldenard, learning about it's history and hidden secrets. This has often included delving into Allagan, Amdapori, and other ruins dotted about the Eorzean landscape. Both she and her husband Jeulerant are adventurous, and travel wherever whim tends to take them.
She serves as a Combat Medic with the Maelstrom but has recently returned overseas to Othard, the land she considers her home.
As a child she was a very quiet and studious intellectual who mostly kept to herself, the primary company in her life her father, aunt and the voices of the Elementals. Age has turned her serious, though she maintains an open-mind within certain subjects. She's an eager student to anything she hasn't yet learned, taking in knowledge about people, magic, combat, tradeskills, and ancient history with an ease that explains her varied skill-set.
A lifetime littered with loss and sorrow has left its mark on her, with several of her children buried in the ground, and so she can be quite somber at times. When her family is involved, she's a very dedicated and affectionate individual, albeit also very protective, sometimes to the point of sheltering her loved ones. Though it takes quite a bit to rouse her to action, when she gets going, she's a very hot-blooded woman who has a cynical streak a mile long, and a sharp tongue to go along with it.
Meallaire has strong opinions and views, and her philosophical outlook tends to be just as strongly opinionated. As a woman who lives an open and relatively free lifestyle with her husband, she understands that free will and choice are extremely important in life, but just as important is maintaining that free will for others. Her age has given her a unique perspective on life and the way many people live it. Many consider themselves good or evil, but she knows that life can't be quantified down into black or white like that. There are too many variations, and reasons for everything.