comes to Phoenix Swords with an eclectic background ranging from accounting
to theology which means she can tell you how many gold coins you need
to dance on the head of a pin. She has a natural talent for drama having
dealt with numerous life issues. Like other Phoenix performers, she
tagged along as a booth-babe and was surprised when Temper put a sword
in her hand. Blyss made her first appearance with Phoenix in 2007 as Sheep
in the Sheep Story, honed her writing skills with the fractured Sufi tale,
"Nasrudin's Ass or Get a Job,"and
debuted as the sword-fighting Wanton Wanda at the Mobile Renaissance Faire.
When asked why she does live steel performance, Blyss responded, "It's
the best exercise program I've found."