Odain Alias: Chini
Played By: Shelby Scott
Homeworld: Notusia (an alt-reality form of 'Hell')
Physical Description: Chini is a waifish pale girl of about 15 years of age with messy lime-green hair and bright, glowing red eyes, both of them free of pupil and iris. She looks like she's probably gone without for a bit, clad in a well-worn black leather outfit that covers her chest, neck, forearms, outer thighs and feet, and rather scantily at that. Under that are enough ragged red cloth strips to keep her from chafing and from raising too many decency issues. The most obvious 'feature' on her body are the number of pointy bone spines and shards sticking out of various parts of her body; the most prominent at the ones jutting out of her elbows, forearms, jawline, knuckles and a wing-like row originating from the general area of her upper back. While it's not readily noticeable, her voice is a gravelly rasp, comparable to the voice of a 50-year habitual smoker.
Chini has only a pair of minor powers;
Her bone spines are more or less natural weapons, but can break easily and cause Chini much pain. (See below)
Chini, aside from being as easy to harm and kill as a human, has added weaknesses attributed to her bonechild nature:
Chini is a bonechild, the lowest of the low in Notusia, and has been raised to survive life at the bottom of the barrel. She's quite the urban survivor, and is skilled enough to defend herself from minor threats and to run from major ones. Aside from scavenging, stealing, hiding and self-defense, Chini is lacking in a complete 'high-school' education, and is illiterate.
Chini, aside from her (stolen) leather gear and the cloth she's wearing, carries nothing.
She may be a mere child, even moreso considering that bonechildren live for well over 200 years, but she, like all of her kind, has been forced to grow up and deal with the harsh reality of Notusia, and the harsher reality of its uncaring inhabitants. Living the last three years of her life more or less alone, Chini is both untrusting of others, yet seeking to find some sort of companionship to make her life a bit easier and safer. Regardless of her wishes and dreams, she's mentally tuned to surviving, living day to day off of the leftovers of the 'uppies'. Deep down, however, she wishes that she can escape the rat race and finally rest. Of course, she knows it's just a dream, but it's something she holds onto regardless.
Theme Song: Hybrid Theory, "SuperXero"