Name: Rt'Amaq Yuteq (Root)
Age: As with the others in her race, she is much older than she appears. To give a good estimate, she's just a little older than Bright.
Race: 'God' (High Observer)
Personality: Almost similar to Zix, Root seeks to amuse herself with everything she does. Human beings and other third dimension dwellers are little more than toys in her eyes; but they are precious toys. She loves the people of the third dimension so much that she's taken up residence there for thousands of years, just watching and mingling. She's kind to everyone, but almost everything she says is dripping with sarcasm.
History: Before Bright, Belphegor and Zix were even so much as a thought, Rt'Amaq, or Root, sat alone in the fourth dimension. She had been there for as long as she could remember, just watching the early years of human life. Having very little else to do with herself, she became very attached to the people she watched, even pulling off little things to protect some of them. Her feats were called 'holy miracles' from 'God', by the humans.
Root had to admit, the title of 'God' sounded pretty nice. She accepted the title, even going so far as to communicate with the humans from time to time. Eventually, she stopped talking to them, and their belief in her existence dropped. She didn't care much, but messing with them got her to wondering. If someone was able to create them, then she could certainly create her own people to play with, right?
Well, forgoing the explanations of just how she managed it, Root created the Observers and passed her title down to her first creation; Bright. After that, she vanished. Unbeknownst to the other Observers, she had taken on the role of a regular human being and lived through varied eras. The Dark Ages, all to way to now. Her reasons for showing up around TJA are simple; she has yet to experience schooling in this era, and wishes to meet more third dimension dwellers; possibly even befriend them.
Other: Other Observers are required to follow what she tells them to do, though she rarely makes orders. More often than not, she words things as a request so they can have free will.