A crowned and robed woman sits on a throne carved from stone that has been placed on a bed of stones and pebbles. The throne faces towards the viewer’s left and she is seated the same. The throne is accented with merchildren, fish, and scallops. She holds in her right hand a very elaborate capped chalice that resembles the roof and spire of a church and is flanked by two winged and praying angels. Her left hand is steadying the unwieldy chalice as she studies it intently. At her feet are the gentle waves of still waters as the throne is placed on the shore. In the distance, water can be seen behind the throne, and beyond the waters are tall vertical white cliffs topped with green grasses.
She is not as dedicated to the mysteries as the High Priestess, but the Queen of Cups still sees further into the mists than most. However, because she is not restrained by the very veil the separates the High Priestess from the lay populace, the Queen of Cups can act directly on what she sees, and use that information to directly influence others without the morals of the High Priestess. She works for her agenda, which may or may not be aligned with that of the Querent’s. Dignity reveals the connection.
The Queen of Cups often functions as an emotional mirror to the Querent. If she is well-dignified, she will show the Querent honestly and without malice, in a way that encourages and builds up the Querent. If she is ill-dignified, she will distort that mirror and use the information to abuse and denigrate the Querent. As a neutral card, the information is merely given, with no context or advice to accompany it.
Generally, she is an honest person. (Do keep in mind that all pronouns are used in a genderless context.) She prefers the company of honest people, and sees the potential good in everyone she meets. Just keep in mind that it is only her goodwill that keeps her from being a master blackmailer and manipulator.