Bio: She was born on the planet of Neko, a world where residents were evolved from feline animals thus have humanoid appearance with the addition of a tail and a pair of cat ears. That is a world slowly devoured by a civil war between catnip drug lords and the government, of which the government were also drug lords themselves.
Luna’s home town was pillaged by a group of rebel fighters when she was but a kitten. The rebels round up all the townspeople to recruits child soldier, Luna was given an automatic rifle, and was told to execute her own parent at gun point. All the shouting, screaming and crying, in confusion Luna pulled the trigger, half the towns population was wiped out in front of her before she emptied the magazine. She was since traumatised by her own brutality.
Luna was taken by the rebels along with other children. They were treated as slave labourers, with no salary whatsoever to speak of, she learned how to disassemble the weapons, how to clean them and how to use them, but most of the time she were to do laundry for the rebels. She was given only leftovers food and catnips, sometimes she would be beaten for no good reason.
Eventually she ran away with some other children in the camp, weapons in hand as they started their own group of insurgence, they move through towns and villages, where they terrify and often execute the population. The child soldiers were almost feral, committing acts of pillage and rape, with scant regard for even their own lives.
It was only half a year ago when she and her soldiers were rescued by an intergalactic humanitarian group and she was sent to the orphanage. Her killing instinct was still sharp and almost broke the neck of a fellow orphan over a prank when she first arrived. But deep down she don’t want to hurt anyone when her own life is not in danger, so she resort to isolate herself from the others.
Personality: untamed, solitary.
Jun 2nd 2019 06:26
Sometimes Sigrdrika just feels like the world is full of dumb people. Folks terrified, guards fanatically searches for clues, yet none could point out any noticeable trace left in the scene. She wonders if there’s any “worthy opponent” in this land of Skyrim. Like many in her fold, she likes to show off her skill a lot, but she also had a strange realisation that if nobody knew what she did, then it would all be for nothing. Still, giving herself up to the guards is no fun.
She joins this line of business in pursuit of excitement and wealth, but she don’t like the idea of all good work goes unnoticed. If only she could done something that would goes down in history. She thinks of the tale she had heard when she was young, the assassination of Emperor Uriel Septim VII. To kill an emperor certainly sounds challenging enough...
May 24th 2019 15:55