Odain Alias: Rayna
Played By: Amanda Berman (email@example.com)
Homeworld: 'A Deeper Earth'; Original Continuity & Concept
Rayna is a young girl of sixteen standing at 5'7", with a lean but healthy build. She has unruly purple hair, alert pink eyes, a sharply-upturned nose, and her upper two canine teeth are noticeably long and pointy. She usually wears fingerless black leather gloves, a single-strap grey-blue shirt, jeans, and simple black boots. Around her neck is a black choker with a single large freshwater pearl dangling from it.
Rayna specializes in Buddhist mantras, sutras, and wards. She can also use some offensive magic spells based on fire, water, poison, or ki; however, she will save the more-damaging attacks as a last resort. She knows the following spells:
Rayna has some snake-like tendencies, and some vulnerabilities as well -- extreme heat and cold, some occasional poor vision or hearing, and an animosity towards anything weasel-like (in either appearance or nature). Rayna is also vulnerable when it comes to severe cuts, burns, broken bones, infections, and mental illness.
Save for a single Buddhist prayer rosary in her pocket - nothing. Zilch. Zip. With that and the clothes on her back, Rayna has figured that she doesn't desperately need anything that she can't get wherever she's going to.
As a 'Mi-Tama' (snake spirit) or 'Naga', Rayna usually possesses a calm, cheerful, approachable, and friendly disposition. She has roots in Zen Buddhism, and has, over the years, grown closer to humans and away from her own kind. In that time, however, she has been developing a slight superiority complex that is brought about by a tendency to act condescending towards someone she doesn't hold in high esteem, which could be the beginnings of something that could be her downfall in the future.
Rayna's faith also dictates that sensuality, greed and related aspects are a waste of energy, and thus she tries to refrain from such things. However, as she's grown, Rayna is starting to wonder whether or not swearing off certain things for the rest of her life will be something she might regret. Nonetheless, she does try her best to keep herself under some semblance of control.
Connections: None at this time.
Theme: "Beautiful Wasteland", Capercaille