Basic Info
Class Shadowcraft
Expansion Default
Gender Female
Series of Origin Shadowverse
Luna is a child who lives nestled away in a dark distant mansion. Villagers fear to approach but Luna is ready to venture out into the world.

Luna is a leader for the Shadowcraft class.

Personality Edit

Being young in age, Luna is very childish, always asking those she meets to be her friend and to play games with her. At first, she doesn't seem to understand what death is or that her parents are deceased, and communicates with them freely. But after finally figuring it out, she can no longer talk to them, and becomes terrified of death, or finding out that her friends could die.

As a Child, Luna is often self-centered, and like any child, has hopes and dreams of playing going on an adventure, easily annoyed if things don't go her way and having friends. Albeit her concept of "friendship" is initially, adding them to her undead legion, this is the reason why many people called her a cursed child.

When confronted with the truth, she initially breaks down as in her view, her parents were alive and she was with them. And to her, "Death" meant not the end of a person, but a type of bond that would finally get her friends, perhaps the time she was isolated in the house made the need for company stronger and Luna thought Necromancy was a mere game. As described by Nicola Adel her powers are bound to her emotions and, as she cannot control them, they often go berserk.

She is disheartened during her dream as not only does she learn her parents are not with her, but also that her magic is making them suffer, after this time, Luna begins considering herself a "bad girl" often crying and putting the blame on herself.

While still still going on by herself she finds the support of the rest of the group which makes her cope with the struggles they have to find. Deciding to confront reality, she understands her power make people suffer, this belief goes on until she travels to Izunia, where she meets her frist friend, Nicola Adel and learns to fight for a precious person.

However, afterr meeting Aenea, Luna understands she is not alone anymore and the courage the rebel gave her turns into hope and Luna finds the power she needed to accept and fight for her friends and herself.

Traces of her noble, pampered upbringing are found in the way she talks, as Nicola describes her as a "Self-centered princess."

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