Age: A little over a century, not really sure. Although now looks to be in her early 20s
Species/Race: Wolf Demon/Dragon
Build: She has a medium frame and is tall and slender.
Short Description: Her hair is the color of the deepest and darkest part of the night. She also has dragon wings which are a lighter gray color. They are very large and expand to about six feet in length, five feet in height. Her fingers are long and thin which assist her in retreiving bells, and bow and arrow, quickly.
Fur: Black fur on ears and tail, tan complexion
Eye Color(s): Silver-gray, in her demon form they become completely black and her pupils become a lighter shade of gray
Clothing: Kimono type armour top, with long vanilla colored sleeves. Her long skirt reaches almost to the floor and is also the same vanilla color as the sleeves of her shirt. Along the edges of her sleeves there is a one inch strip of blue colour, which is embroidered with small gold swirls. This also appears on the bottom of her skirt, and collar of shirt.
Accessories:~Bow And Arrow: This bow and arrow was a part of her family heritage as far as she can remember (which at this moment isn't a lot). However, it IS a part of her family, having been handed down from generation to generation, to those who at a young age displayed archery tendencies. It is about four feet in length and is considerably light
~Bells of a Necromancer worn on a bandolier((blurry pictue of bandolier, but its the thing shes wearing over her shoulder))
Ranna, the first, the smallest bell. Ranna the sleepbringer, the sweet, low sound that brings silence in its wake.
Mosrael, the second, a harsh, rowdy bell, the waker. The bell whose sound is a seesaw, throwing the ringer further into Death as it brings the listener to Life.
Kibeth, the walker, a bell of several sounds, a difficult and contrary bell. It can give freedom of movement to one of the Dead, or walk them through the next gate.
Dyrim, a musical bell, of clear and pretty tone. Dyrim can return the voice that the Dead have so often lost, but Dyrim can also still a tongue that moves too freely.
Belgaer, another tricksome bell that seeks to ring of its own accord. The thinking bell, the bell most necromancers scorn to use. It can restore independent thought, memory, and all the patterns of a living person, or slipping in a careless hand, erase them.
Saraneth, the deepest, lowest bell. The sound of strength, the binder, the bell that shackles the Dead to the wielder's will.
Astarael, the Sorrowful. The banisher, the final bell. Properly rung, it casts everyone who hears it far into Death. Everyone including the ringer.
Pets: Little black dragon (aka Kurt), He is more of her guider rather than a pet, he comes and goes as he pleases
Distinguishing Marks: N/A
Abilities/Skills & Power Level: Can Fly, Energy attacks (Demon side), martial art skills, expert archer, abilities of walking in death, as well as banishing others back/into death
Special Effects: Demon form is large black wolf with huge black wings. She can control her demon form and most commonly uses it to battle the greater dead.
Description of Personality: Is usually a cheerful person, but can lose her temper easily...She takes life very seriously seeing as shes been in death so many times, and knows the cold and dreariness of it
Brief History: She has been to death and back many times...literally...death spit her out long ago and persists in keeping it that way. She continues to keep the lesser dead out of life, and chases the greter dead and forces them back to death, passed the 9th gate banished from life never to return again. Although most of her past has been forgotten...She does have some memories, but mostly of pain, suffering and of course death. These memories are brought on because of what happend to her when she was younger (see intro thread, Walking In Death)
A brief and character revealing answer to the question, "What is your ambition?": "I must succeed in keeping the dead in death, but also I must find a way to die myself."
((Brief sidenote: Kale's abilities are based upon the necromancers/Abhorsens of Garth Nix's Sabriel trilogy, as well as other necromancer based stories. *gates of death concept and bell meanings are copyright Garth Nix*))