Lord Mayor of Cardiff
Place of Origin:
First Mentioned In:
Aliens & Sex & Chips & Gravy
First Seen In:
The Empty Hand
Herald of the Dawn
Main Voice Actor:
Ro-Jedda was the one of the most influential Sorvix. She earnt the first syllable in a fight.
She came to Cardiff through the Cardiff Space-Time Rift to find god. (Aliens & Sex & Chips & Gravy)
At first she used Vincent Parry to find apartments for the arriving Sorvix. The Mayor of Cardiff was afraid of her and tried to appease her in every way. (Orr) Her private security detail operated in the city with impunity, indiscriminately killing humans and using chronoscrubbers to conceal that from the public.
Knowing that the Sorvix easily got addicted to aspirin, she bought Aneurin Bevan Hospital. (Aliens & Sex & Chips & Gravy)
Still, eventually, she ate him when he threatened to go public about the Sorvix presence in Cardiff, becoming the Lord Mayor of Cardiff herself. She hired Tyler Steele as her PR. (Superiority Complex)
She set up Deliverables in order to manipulate the rift and bring the rate of employment up. (Zero Hour)
She initiated experiments leading Andy Davidson to kill a refugee and eventually leading to outsourcing policing to 3Sol. (The Empty Hand)
Yvonne Hartman brokered a deal between Ro-Jedda and Felicity from 10 Downing Street that Ro-Jedda help with the rest of the united Kingdom’s economy.
When Cardiff City Hall was blown up by the Red Doors terrorist group, she survived the blast. (Herald of the Dawn)
PERSONALITY AND FAMILY
Ro-Jedda had a hatch-daughter Madrigal, whom she controlled every step of the way. Still on Sorva, she arrange for an admirer of Madrigal to be killed. In Cardiff, she forced Madrigal to marry Osian, whose family was competing with her for influence. She also placed Madrigal’s best friend, Quenel into coma to prevent her interference with the wedding. (Aliens & Sex & Chips & Gravy)
Ro-Jedda was ruthless and efficient. She ordered assassinations or ate herself humans who threatened her or her species, like Vincent Parry or the previous mayor, (Orr) or who heard too much.