At face value, Aalis of Lorraine is an insignificant Noble whom came from nowhere and runs a few dozen acres with a small village. She is married to Lord Damiano, an ineffectual feminine man whom was not a Noble before the marriage.
Le Renards De Lorraine, the bandits that are part of the inspiration for Robin Hood, operate out of her domain. Their leader, Yonnic, is a tall and wide man built like an oak and covered in scars. It's rumored he is German, not French, but as a vigilante and an outlaw it is hard to ask him the truth. Many peasants know that the Duke of Lorraine looks the other way as long as Yonnic and his "Renards" trouble the wicked, the corrupt, and the injust.
Lady Aalis does not act like a lady, nor do the villagers who depend on her call her such. The name "Lord Aalis" is spoken by many in a eighty km radius from their base. She and Yonnic are loyal to one another, and lead raids against those who prey on the peasants.
Lady Aalis has at her unremarkable and small Château several servants of which her head Handmaiden Fabrienne is the voice of the domain when Lady Aalis is out, though Lord Damiano does the speaking it is Fabrienne who makes the decisions in their absence. Many rumors circle the relationship, with peasants believing Fabrienne and Aalis are lovers and Damiano is a charade. Whatever the case, Aalis one year old son Michka is cared for by his "other mommy" Fabrienne.
What no one outside the important members of the Renards knows is Aalis and Yannic's past. Their true home, and their true family names are of a great German Lord who was slain and his lands divided among greedy merchants. A bounty for Aalis and Yannic's real identities is not officialy recognized by any Dukes or Kings. However, the merchant guilds of Münster would pay a hefty price to have her alive, and less of a bounty for her head. Though very few know her face, and few would link her old identity to this new one, something difficult to prove in this age.