Turian Wraith (Adept)
Naara tends to be very loyal and protective to those she is around, similar to the personalities that all Turians have. However, she tends to be very quiet as well when she does her tasks and makes it hard for her to tell anyone about what she thinks. Due to her time as a law enforcer on Palaven (tying in with her determination), she is often seen as ruthless in order for her to get the job done. She is often wary around humans, due to events that have happened during the First Contact War, and would often want to be out of their presence as soon as possible. The only thing she is more wary of, compared with humanity, is her fellow turian counterparts. This is because of the race's past of looking down on biotic-using turians. However, with both humanity and turians she meets, she will gradually become more trusting of them. Until that point, she will often disregard them.
Much like her Turian counterparts, Naara's complexion is of a dark brown, her face having light grey with crimson-edge patterns on her face. She is often seen wearing a visor, having an ice-blue interface on it, across her left eye, but her right appears as a dark emerald green. Her suit, much like her eyes, has panels that are a dark emerald colour, with black and silver showing under them and around the suit. Unlike her armour, her boots have golden panels on them, though the black underneath them remained the same. .Her right index finger had been replaced with a robotic finger and the end finger on her left hand is replaced with robotic implants that reach down her hand and partially down her forearm. In addition to this, there is a scar that runs down the right side of her face.
As mentioned earlier, she has a white with crimson-edge pattern on her face, with a scar on the right side of her face. She also has robotic fingers on both hands for her to be able to use her weapons.
While she has been on the grounds of Omega, she had managed to obtain the Havoc Armour (which comes with a propulsion pack and duel Omniblades) and Scorpion Heavy Pistol, though she didn't want to know where the seller obtained them. Her Phaeston had remained with her since she left the Cabals. She has also obtained some Lift grenades to help her when things are getting tough.
Naara was the daughter of Temprus Templis, a soldier of the 26th Armiger Legion, and Nyaara Templis, a doctor at one of the hospitals of Palaven and a 'medic on call'. When she was only 4 years old, she went, along with her mother and father, to a new colony that they have obtained from humanity called Shanxi. A month passes when they settled in and the humans returned and evicted the turian settlers. Naara's father was killed in the ousting of the Turians, leaving her mother very bitter about the events that had happened, with some of this hatred going down to Naara throughout her time.
When she was 15 years old, he enlisted onto the military police and her abilities as an enforcer allowed her to be promoted in a short amount of time after training. By the time she was 20, she was already a head of one of the small provinces in Palaven. While she was still at this level of her career for another 2 years, making sure that those she thinks that deserve it get promoted to the positions above her, she learnt that she had some abilities of using biotics. Her superiors noticed this and moved her from her position to the Cabals, a group where turian biotics were sent to become saboteurs and infiltrators. In her eyes, her career and goal in life was over.
She carried on with the Cabals for another 5 years, training in biotics, reconnaissance, small arms, explosives and piloting. While she is able to adapt to all of these, her life as a law enforcer took its toll as her adaptability in her new career wasn't fast enough to keep with the group. She was later dismissed, though she was able to retain her Phaeston rifle that she had kept in secret since she transferred. As a drifter, she eventually wound up on Omega and had stints in the Blue Suns and Eclipse mercenary groups, eventually becoming a freelancer.
The day she learnt that she had biotics, she was in a general conference with other heads of provinces on Palaven, along with a couple of her superiors. While the discussion was on the work of the hastatim, one of her rivals had been taking cheap verbal shots at her about her province in general, since there were still some problems within it for the group to keep the peace. While she generally ignored them, the last straw happened when they shot a verbal insult about her father, who perished in the First Contact War. Getting angry about it, she roared at him and, unbeknownst to her, had cast Throw on him, which led to his death from the impact with the wall. Everyone's eyes were on her while she was confused, with the sudden, horrible revelation that she was a biotic and didn't know about it. Pleading this with her superiors about it, they managed to accept the story and sent her to the Cabals.