NAME: Leila. Surname unknown
Dark crimson hair (dyed, originally black) usually worn in a ponytail which reaches her shoulder blades and is held together by a throwing knife (check INVENTORY for more information)
Crimson irises (from hair dye and contact lenses)
Caucasian, very pale skin
Wears a long scarf(black), tee shirts (black or grey, usually depicts images of ancient culture e.g. 20th-21st century "rock" bands) urban combat trousers (black or grey) military boots (black, leather) and a full length trench coat (black, leather)
Sadistic and cold at times, she can also be cynical and wry, joking and laughing about the misfortune of herself as well as others. She is somewhat mocking towards others and often gives them condescending nicknames, most likely to gain back the power which is lost due to her young age. She has a passion for music and plays violin. She also has a collection of old music from the late 20th and early 21st century including Led Zeppelin, Muse and Iron Maiden.
When Life gives you lemons, squeeze them in Life's eyes and steal the apples. I prefer apples.
Double-bladed, retractable sword may also be split into two separate swords or used as a bō staff.
At least ten throwing knives hidden around her person (in her coat, boots, hair and possibly underwear, however the last is unconfirmed).
Violin and bow
Master of various disciplines of Ninjutsu including:
Kenjutsu – sword techniques
Bōjutsu – stick and staff techniques
Shurikenjutsu – throwing weapons techniques
Shinobi-iri – stealth and entering methods
and Taijutsu – unarmed combat
Found in an abandoned bunker, surrounded by the bodies of both humans and demons, Leila knew little more than her name and age when she was taken to Hope as a young child. She had lived there since, ignoring the other children and becoming almost detached from the rest of the world, constantly training in the disciplines of Ninjitsu. As she became older, she began to become less distant and, though she continued a strict training schedule, she also learnt violin after salvaging an old violin and an ancient MP3 device from the junk pile.