|Name:||Lee Ann Milner|
|Tradition:||Cult of Ecstasy|
|Affilation:||New Horizon Council|
Lee Ann's early life is well-known and tragic. She was born to an army officer and his wife on a military base, which blended together with the many other military bases she saw throughout her younger years. Her father was physically and emotionally abusive, and by the time Lee Ann was sixteen, her father's battery had progressed into rape. When Lee Ann's mother discovered what was going on, she kicked Lee Ann out of the house, where she fell into substance abuse and prostitution.
An Ecstatic met her on the streets of New York and helped her in dealing with her self-destructive behavior. She experienced the Awakening while detoxing and joined the Cult shortly afterwards, but has never returned to any sort of drug use. Since she completed her Ecstatic training, she met up with her long-term romantic partner, a Virtual Adept named Ryan, and formed a cabal with him and Lawrence White, an Euthanatos. This first cabal served to find young magi and shuffle them along to appropriate mentors, and she still works with them when she comes across young magi in need of guidance. Lee Ann does not share the aversion to modern technology like much of the upper ranks of the Traditions, and uses it to locate Orphans and similar lost mages. She also acts as an intermediary who aids these mages to find cabals for themselves.
Her network allowed Lee Ann to enter the New Horizon Council as the representative of the Cult. Despite being the weakest member, she relies on her sincerity and open-mindedness to sway the others.
During the Avatar Storm, Lee Ann was in trance within the spirit worlds. Her attempt to reach the Gauntlet back to her body left her in a month-long Quiet that nearly cost her the ability to use magick. Even now, her Avatar is silent and only communicates with her in the fits of ecstasy.
Slender and compact, Lee Ann's a few inches over five feet in height. With her bright eyes and constant smile, she makes friends easily. She affects a sort of "hippie chic", preferring casual baggy pants and loose-fitting tops. Occasionally, she will switch out to a dress for a change of pace, though, as she does not like to become too predictable. Often, she festoons her attire with small tokens of her studies: anything from travel patches garnered in another state or country to small mandalas or images of Hindu deities.