Bruno is the quintessential teenager of the Cronian leadership. He and Gio are the same age, but Gio’s far more mature. That’s not to say that Bruno is immature, he’s just… The right amount of mature?
Spirits like Zach and Harry–with superhuman traits–are weak against psychic attacks and tend to do poorly in psychic training. Spirits who are physically advanced tend to be easy targets for telepaths.
Josh and Zach were on a supply run with their Uncle Jensen when they bumped into the Ninurta Court, led at the time by Owen McMahon. Owen recruited the boys, assuring their uncle that they would be safe under his care. The boys visit their uncle every few months, and now that the court has settled onto permanent territory, Uncle Jensen visits them very often.
Adrian is one of the oldest characters I’ve had–meaning his character has been around since the story was first conceptualized. He’s gone through many changes: he used to be a teenager at the time of the story, he used to be Brazilian-American, he used to be downright crazy. He was created with an old friend in mind, so I literally based him off of how that friend would act in class when he came up against others in our friend group.
Shouta was not the first Martian mentioned in the series, but they were the first to appear. I don’t believe will see them again in Saturn Rising, but they will have their time in a future TCoLD series.
Dream relies on common sense and facts, while Love is driven by her emotions. Her code name was actually given to her by Imprint, who accidentally wandered into her dreams using his ability. He realized that she was more of a visionary than she let show, and urged her to make her dreams a reality. No one knows what Imprint saw in Dream’s mind except for Shade.
Her vision isn’t perfect–she relies on glasses–but she can aim and shoot, and she learns about every firearm brought aboard the camper by taking them apart and putting them back together. Whenever Winter or Gray find a manual or instruction book on something (literally anything), they bring it back for Gwen’s collection.
The tribe only had a few run-ins with bandits following the couple’s soul mate bond, so Gray hasn’t really had the chance to see Emily in action. They’ll have their time in the spotlight in Taurus and the following book, as this couple will have to overcome obstacles in order to survive.
As they grew older, Keke took the initiative in helping their parents with her sister, which forced her to grow up sooner while Raine had a relatively normal upbringing. She learned to put the tragedy of her older brother, who she could barely remember, behind her and develop emotionally through her experiences with peers.
Heather was definitely the sister who was met with more trouble, whether she realized it at the time or not. She was very naïve as a child, following older kids in hopes of fitting in. Holly had to come to her rescue far too often, forcing her to cross paths with kids twice her size.