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Posted by Dream Angel on Sunday, March 16, 2014
Name: Akasha NightWind
Age: 3 (adult in bird years)
Height: 12 inches
Weight: 5 pounds
Body type: lean
Physical condition: fit
Eye color: jade
Wing span: 24 inches
Birthday: January 24
Top flight speed: 250mph in full dive
Distinguishing features: pastel colors from beak to tail starting with yellow, going to green, blue, and finally purple at the tail.
Skills, abilities and talents: very fast flight speed, highly agile
General personality type: happy/jovial
Quirks: intense eyes
Eccentricities: usually laughing
Temperament: laid-back nature that counters her raptor body and hunting habits
Method of handling anger: laughter
Admirable traits: usually has a playful joke to lighten people’s moods, infectious laughter
Negative traits/bad habits: doesn’t always know when to stop laughing
Sense of humor: playful, slapstick
Hobbies/favorite pastime: hunting her next meal
Traumas: her parents were shot down by the Keres; she was hit in the right wing, but survived
Favorite pet sayings: “Laughter is the cure of all negative things!”, “A good joke is universal.”
Speaking style: casual
Philosophy of life: laughter is the best medicine
Home: Sunless Mountains, in a tree
Although Akasha agreed to help Dream Angel when she found her with the wounded wing, it was Teikou no Senshi’s healing power that helped her directly. Akasha’s fun-loving nature has repeatedly helped the girls get through some of the toughest situations. Although Akasha has an outgoing, friendly and cheerful appearance, inwardly, she’d want nothing more than to rip out Nyxus’s eyes. Though if you looked at her fierce eyes, you might get the feeling she wants to rip apart her enemies. Since her eyes are always fierce, she tends to prefer keeping the mood light-hearted.
A cool fact about Akasha is that she’s based on the same legend that appears in three separate cultures: the legend of the rainbow bird. This legend – so far – is found in Japanese, Native American and Mayan stories, but it always boils down to the same basic story with the same basic moral: help others and rewards follow. A lovely story with a very fine moral to it. Very appropriate for Akasha’s character.
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