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  • Name: Sayendrix Xinoa. No relation to the Chaos Children congregation; my mom just liked how the Xi- prefix sounded.
  • Species: Sluslis (Colubris bloodline)
  • Gender: Female
  • Pronouns: she/her
  • Orientation: Aro/Ace
  • Age: 20
  • Occupation: Containment keeper at WHAT, in charge of managing living spaces and morale of the chaos entities in WHAT's custody.
  • Abilities: Can transfer electrical charge using animum and generate bursts resembling plasma, capable of inflicting burns and frying electrical equipment.

Neat: I'm not as much of a stickler for it as Xiampe or Hurika, but I still like keeping things organized. I'm a big fan of shelves and sliding out boxes; they're like drawers but cuter.

Outgoing: I prefer to interact with Animites or chaos entities over Dragites most of the time, but I'm still pretty interested in what folks have to say and what stories they have to tell. Before we hired Dayle, I worked the front desk.

Active: I'm no fitness nut, but I do end up running around a lot just to keep up with DW.

Playful: I've always liked working with kids (while I was in high school, I babysat a lot) precisely because it's a socially acceptable reason to joke around, pretend to be something cooler than we are, stack up blocks, and that sort of thing.

Nice: I show respect and kindness to everyone, regardless of their past or dimensional origin. If that makes me a "bleeding heart" and a "danger to the WHAT mission", then so be it.


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