History[edit | edit source]
Glory grew up in the same matrifocal compound as Tally Craven and often told her that she hated it there.
Throughout the Series[edit | edit source]
Glory sees Tally at Fort Salem and is surprised that she is there, given that she does not have to be. Glory admits that she's terrified of being in the army, but she and Tally comfort each other and seem very glad to have the other one there at school. She eventually becomes friends with Abigail Bellweather, Raelle Collar, and Libba Swythe.
During scrying training, Glory has trouble using the seed and Anacostia has to help her.
During Beltane, she gets paired with three girls after dancing the reel.
While talking to Tally about a girl named Hannah, she notices that Tally is not listening. Tally tells her that being a soldier is about defending the nation even when there are circumstances beyond your control. Glory gets confused by her monologue.
When the male witches return to Fort Salem, Tally gives Glory advice on how to get a guy. Glory asks Tally what she will do if Gerit tries to talk to her, and Tally replies that she will say hi. When Gerit comes to talk to her, Glory tells Tally that they had an inspection, seemingly to get Tally to avoid a confrontation with Gerit.
During Citydrop, when the cadets are told to stop two Spree trucks, Glory vomits. The cadets perform a unified windstrike and knock the first truck into a nearby field. They later perform a unified windshear to destroy the second (unaware that there were civilian hostages inside).
After graduation, Glory announces that she got into War College and is saddened when she sees that the Bellweather unit didn't.
Physical Appearance[edit | edit source]
Glory has dark eyes, brown skin and long black hair.
Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]
Powers[edit | edit source]
Witch Physiology: As a witch, Glory is capable of affecting change by generating different sound frequencies with her voice.
- Windshear: First combat ability taught to the girls of Fort Salem; an impact-absorbing shield.
- Windstrike: Second combat ability taught to the girls of Fort Salem; propulsive bursts of air can be used defensively and offensively.
- Levitation: By using Salva, Glory can levitate several feet off the ground and with practice could perform combat drops.
Equipment[edit | edit source]
- Scourge: During her time at Fort Salem, Glory has been trained to use a scourge.
- Scry: During her time at Fort Salem, Glory has been shown how to use a scry in training to find things or people, although she isn't talented in scrying.
- Salva: During her time at Fort Salem, Glory started using salvation to practice combat drops.