Even in her youngest years, Elizabeth Gaga had the makings of a master rogue, growing up wild, athletic, carefree, and barefoot on The Fame, the estate of the Lord and Lady of the principality of Gaga. Her feats were the stuff of legend among the Gagas, from her lizard-like scaling of walls to her legerdemain, resulting in some lost pocket money and a lot of stealthy disappearance.
Knowing only splendor and wealth, her family's sudden decline in name and fortune left a bad taste in her mouth. Her father's poor life and financial choices, along with an earthquake and the sudden sacking and burning of The Fame and kidnapping of her mother by bandits, left the House of Gaga destitute, the estate in ruins.
Seeing no other option, Elizabeth (now Lady Gaga, ruling in her mother's stead) announces of her voyage to faraway London, to train under her uncle's wing in The Gauntlet, the official and exclusive rogue's guild. Despite Lord Gaga's initial protests, Lady Gaga incapacitates him, and enters the Rogue's Guild, where she slowly but stealthily ascends the ranks.
Sneaky, resourceful, and calculating, Lady Gaga will stop at nothing to kill and loot any foe she sees fit, knowing that each gold piece is a step towards rebuilding The Fame, and hiring her own band of mercenaries to seek out her mother.
And despite her occupation, Lady Gaga knows and values loyalty, whether it be to one's family, friends, party—even one's employer.
Lady Gaga is also mistrusting of men, no doubt due to her father's hand in destroying the House of Gaga, along with the all-male bandits who burned their ancestral home. This is changing, however, with her relationship with Bob Loblaw, a competitive warden with a heart as big as his muscles.
The Volson Episode is her first quest. Her favorite phrase is: "Can I steal it?"