Age: 51, though she looks like she is around 17. Phoenixes live to be about 500 so she is still pretty young.
Other: She believes she is the only phoenix in the world because the ones in her kingdom told her all the others had been killed.
The great white bird struggled against the chains that were thrown around her, trying to flap her wings, though, it was impossble. They had her and weren't going to give up or let her go. She was jerked down the ground by the men, trying to fight uselessly against the metal. They were smart. They hadn't used ropes, other wise, she would have been able to burn through those in an instant, though, she had another idea that they hadn't really counted on.
Ikia transformed into her human form then and easily slipped out of the chains, taking a run for it, trying to get back to her own lands, but, she never had been fast on her feet. The humans caught up to her, grabbing her and again wrapping the chains, now around her human form so that she couldn't move her arms, but she could still walk. The forced her to walk forward, toward the castle.
After a hour walk, the doors to the throne room were thrown open, where her captors dragged her inside, forcing her on her knees in front of the king. The delicate looking girl kept her gaze to the ground, not allowing the king to see her face.
"What is this? Why do you bring me a mere girl?" The king bellowed at his knights, who jumped back, one answering shakingly.
"Sire, she is no human." The man grabbed her long white hair, forcing her to look up so the king could see her rainbow colored eyes, "She is a phoenix."
The king looked quite surprised at first, but then soon a wicked grin came to his face that made a shiver go through the phoenix girl's spine, "Heh, good work. Take her to the dungons, and order him to go to her, to convince her to do my bidding. If not, let her die like the rest of her kind did."
The confused Ikia was then taken from the throne room and down a long flight of stairs, where her chains were taken off of her, she was thrown into one of the cells that resided in the dungeon, and the metal doors shut behind her. She rushed to the door and stood there, trying to burn the lock off, only to find it wouldn't work. They were smarter then she had thought. She tried a few more times before finally giving up.
Sighing to herself, she sat down, thinking on what the evil king had said. Him? Who was he talking about? Had he been saying something like that to mess with her head?
She looked up to the sound of footsteps descending stairs and the dungeon door opening.