Ksuyeya appears as a very tall ( 6'1") First Nations/Native American woman in her late twenties. She has long black hair she keeps, usually, in a high and tight french braid or bun. Her eyes are green as a human; gold as a wolf.She doesn't speak much, but she does have her moments. She is known as a woman of courage, loyalty and honor. She has a few acquaintances, and even fewer friends.
Born on the Lakota reservation in Fort Peck, Montana, her heritage is one of Lakota medicine women and war chiefs; her lineage, one of ancient lycanthropy and the Pack.From birth, she was trained to become a Hunter /Executioner of the Lycaon Society.She's participated in a successful Sun Dance. She also did a brief stint in the U.S. Army in Afghanistan before joining the LS Academy, where she met Wyatt Theiss, now Director of the San Francisco branch of the LS.
Her wolf is large, gray with black accents (ears, muzzle, legs, tail and hair tips), and of the Great Plains variety. She would never be mistaken for a coyote.
In the LS world, she's something of a lone wolf- an unusual creature given the nature of wolves to stay in a pack- but one essential to the Society's needs. She does the bidding of the Lycaon Society; whatever they command is hers to do, whether it's to uphold Lycaon Law, or to carry out the sentence of death to lawbreakers. For Ksuyeya, her job is an honor, and her honor is to serve as the Society sees fit.
Though she lives in an apartment up the street from the LS brownstone in San Francisco, city life doesn't sit well with Ksuyeya; when she can, she goes camping in the quiet and wild places of California. She also contributes to many wildlife charities such as:
Defenders of Wildlife
The World Wildlife Federation.
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Aug 15, 2020 09:26 amThank you for the passionate backstory! It explains so much!
Jun 30, 2020 05:15 pmGood characterization
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