Victoria Caulfield enjoyed the most privileged of upbringings in the English countryside. Her father Sir Malcolm Caulfield enjoyed a professional life bounding from one multinational board to the next, receiving multi-million pound pay-offs with every leap. Her mother Elizabeth enjoyed life as a country wife, organising charity fundraisers and jam festivals and tea-parties.Victoria was their only child and it proved a very close family. Perhaps the only blot on the reputation of the family was that Victoria’s great-grandfather was quite a keen Nazi sympathiser. As a bona fide member of the aristocracy she was always something of a tomboy, taking part in very male pursuits such as shooting and archery, proving very adept at both. She is a capable horse rider and swimmer too, something of an action girl ready for anything.
Victoria can go into a kind of hyper mode where both her defence and attack are greatly enhanced for about a minute. She uses this in particularly difficult situations and can only be snapped out of it by the most vicious of blows. The downside is she is particularly vulnerable to attack once this power runs out, so it is very important that she defeats the enemy she uses it on while hyper.