I had always had a very definite idea of what Staghind looked like, but it wasn't until issue 24 of White Dwarf came out that I actually had a visual representation of my vision.
This is Staghind!
The final page of her "retirement" character sheet, below, details her castle (the former Halls Of The Elf King; a dungeon she took over), her fleet of ships, her magic horse and her small orc army.
Ahh, those were the days!
There was no set game world when we played, Staghind moved from campaign to campaign, Dungeon Master to Dungeon Master and no one questioned her ever-increasing wealth or powers. This does go a long way towards explaining the bizarre diversity of her travels and treasures - from obvious Tolkienesque material to Howard The Duck-inspired martial arts skills.
I'd like to point out that at some stage I deducted the "bonus experience points" she was gifted to start at 3rd level, so the experience points you see on her sheet were all earned by her own sweat and blood.
I certainly wouldn't be adverse, one day, to bringing her out of retirement (next month being, of course, her 30th anniversary), but - on the other hand - I'm quite content to leave her, safe and sound, on her throne, surrounded by all her wonderful acquisitions and memories.
Most likely though is I'll use either the map of her castle or of The Crypte Of The Courageous as a dungeon in my current Labyrinth Lord campaign, with Staghind's numerous magic items and plentiful finances as the treasure. Afterall, who could resist the chance to own a "vorpal sword of everlasting flame of disintegration"?