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Agnes de Chastillon (Earth-616)
Agnes was born Agnes de Chastillon to a father whom she later described as a "bastard". At some point, she became known as Agnes de la Fère, for unrevealed reasons. Early years: Agnes was to marry François, allegedly "a pig" on her father's command. Agnes' sister offered her a dagger as wedding present, and thought Agnes should rather kill herself than marry François, the first time Agnes was given any kindness. She killed François at the altar with the dagger, and escaped the marriage. She was taken by her father into a forest, drawn by her hair as she was begging for mercy. There, she first met Etienne Villiers in that forest, who saw her in robes, her face and the dagger she was holding bloody. Etienne confused her for a ghost.
Agnes demonstrated great skills in the use of weapons: Fencing: Agnes was mentored in the art of fencing, and stated she was deadly with a blade. Markswoman: She was claimed to never miss her shots, and to able to shoot "a codpiece at 200 paces". Thrown weapons: Agnes proved able with throwing daggers.
Adventuress, sailor, mercenary, bodyguard, outlaw
Etienne Villiers Formerly Guiscard de Clisson
Dark Agnes had previously been introduced in comics by Darkhorse Comics, in Robert E. Howard's Savage Sword #1, #2, #5, #6, and #7 (December 22, 2010 to January 29, 2014).
BASE OF OPERATIONS
Conan: Serpent War #1 (December, 2019)
Robert E. Howard, Jim Zub, Scot Eaton, Vanesa Del Rey
Agnes de la Fère, the Mistress of Death, The Fighter, many others
PARENTS AND RELATIVES
Unnamed father (possibly deceased); unnamed sister; François (betrothed, deceased)