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Mask: Rau, Mask of Translation (Powerless)
Weapons/Equipment: A double-bladed Sword-Spear of Ko-Kotan make that can split into and be stored away as two separate blades; a pair of Climbing Hooks, one of which possesses a length of chain attached to the handle for grappling purposes.
Appearance/Powers: Kyrlahni's armor bears the standard blue and aqua hues commonly associated with her tribe, though these are now somewhat buried under an assortment of black and white animal hides, as well as an exotic purple fur cloak, allowing her to retain at least some semblance of warmth in the frigid region of Ko-Koto.
Personality: Before Okoto fell to the Skull Spider horde that now currently plagues its landscape, Kyrlahni was a fairly introverted bookworm, more content with studying and uncovering the ancient history of her home island instead of socialising and fraternising with her fellow villagers. After losing her home and being forced to flee into the region of ice along with the other survivors, however, she has become far less distant, though remnants of her former shyness do still tend to present themselves from time to time, such as awkwardly long silences due to losing herself in thought and actively avoiding large crowds of people whenever possible.
The trials and tribulations she's faced have also caused her to view the most dire of situations as coldly and as logically as possible, with little regard for emotional and societal reprecussions. Her main goal is to ensure the survival of herself and her people by any means necessary... if that entails disobeying a direct order, driving the Skull Spiders to the verge of extinction, or even giving the Dead of Kulta the time of day, then so be it.
Bio: Due to Kyrlahni's almost obsessive interest in history, it was little surprise that she was eventually hand-picked to become a scholar of her village, even though she had just barely made it out of adolescence at the time of her promotion. Aside from her job mostly revolving around being cooped up in libraries surrounded by scrolls and musty old tomes, this also meant going out on numerous expeditions to various archeological dig sites as well, which would result in traveling between regions quite often when things were calm enough to do so. Needless to say, she was quite ecstatic, and took to her new role almost immediately.
Then the Skull Spiders attacked, and everything changed.
While investigating a ruin down in the vast caverns of Onu-Koto, a messenger arrived at her camp not long afterwards, informing her team about the fall of the region of water. Upon hearing the news for herself, she became distraught, and, after learning that they had begun to march on the other villages not too long afterwards, elected to help escort those unable to fight to the region of ice under the false impression that the decrease in temperature would serve to partially halt their advance.
Between the harsh conditions, the wildlife, the lack of food, and the frequent spider attacks, their group had eventually dwindled down to less than half of their original number by the time they had finally arrived. Most, including herself, also suffered from numerous debilitations, which ranged anywhere from frostbite and malnutrition to depression and suicidal tendencies. Fortunately, however, those that remained did end up surviving the ordeal for the most part, but with the bleak and uncertain nature of the future ahead of them, their reactions to doing so were understandably mixed at best.
Despite her own personal feelings on the subject, however, Kyrlahni knows that their conditions will only get worse if they choose to do nothing to better themselves; history has at least taught her that much.