to her sire
It is implied that Kosczecsyku feigned his own final death by the claws of the Lupines and tricked his eldest childer to leave him alone with Vrisa, around 983. The Voivode dedicated himself to the art of fleshcrafting books of thaumaturgical knowledge, instructing Vrisa as he gathered more subjects to his experiments.
She was taught harshly by her master, being tortured after the slightest failure. Vrisa is described as a perfect porcelain manikin, white skin and black hair wearing immaculate white dresses with soft gloves and black patent leather shoes. A velvet bow pulled the curls away from her cheekbones, lending the girl’s eyes a strange, sculpted look.
Rites of the Blood, p. 7-11