Agnes was born as Agnes Joubert and she lived for almost 300 years with that moniker. Then one day Agnes went to a church in Marseilles, France for the christening of a friend's daughter. After the service, Agnes saw a handsome younger man praying for good weather so that he could return to Italy.
It was love at first sight--at least for Agnes. The man didn't see her and if he had, she would have appeared to be an elderly woman. Agnes took care of that back home using a potion of her own design to make her young and beautiful again. She also used a spell in order to create stormy weather around Marseilles that would keep the man from leaving.
The problem for Agnes is that a witch is not supposed to marry a normal person, a "mortal." It's a crime that could lead to her being stripped of her powers or even killed by the rest of her coven. Instead Agnes's punishment was in some ways perhaps more severe. The head of her coven told her that her punishment would be watching her new family grow old and die while she remained living long after them. Despite that, Agnes still doesn't regret becoming a Chiostro.
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