Hex is the caring, bordering on doting mother we all hope for. She’s gentle at heart, but gives her all in every task she takes on.
A serious, kind man with a gentle soul and a merciless fist. He and Jump teach their daughters as much as they can about whatever they take an interest in, be it making jewelry, martial arts, videogames, pranks, and even dancing.
Just as the Shields are known for their bead-making, the Juniper Rabbits are known for their jewelry-making, which is a possible explanation for their initial partnership that has lasted generations.
He’s often underestimated as a weakling or not much of a threat as the result of his height, when in reality he’s one of the deadliest members of the entire tribe. Perish is skilled in various martial arts and lethal fighting styles. He comes off as impulsive and reckless, when he’s actually very calculating.
Vanish is quiet, sneaks up on others easily, though he doesn’t mean to startle anyone. Love suspects that he and Thunder are in a relationship, but have not shared her suspicions with anyone for fear of outing them. Fear has come to the same conclusion.
He’s a sweetheart, considerate, picks up signals easily, and communicates his points efficiently. His ability makes him an excellent lookout and marksman, and it also means he can’t be pranked by Chase or the kids from Wave Three.
Hate’s soul mate bond with Love humbled him greatly; she got him to let the walls he built around him fall to grant her access, and the two became close fast. He’s crazy about her, and very protective, so he and Fear have given her extra training outside of Cross’ sessions. Fear has also provided his new sister-in-law with a few hunting knives and two pistols, all painted rose gold to suit her aesthetic.
However, of all the psychics in this series, I think Imprint has got to be the most bad ass. Others will have their moments of bad-assery, but he seriously takes the cake. He works out on a regular basis, keeps a strict diet, and has actually beaten most of his teammates in combat–Bash and Dash included.
Love is beautiful and graceful, but intimidates others with her intellect. She’s not an airhead, nor does she lack common sense; home girl is literally the whole package. Brains, beauty, and even brawn–she picks up Cross’ training exercises quickly, even going as far as to give pointers to Sparkle. The two of them are best friends, always have been, and Sparkle is the only female member of the tribe who speaks to her.
Merge is young at heart, as seen by his choice in friendships. He practically taught Chase how to be the ultimate prankster, even though the Wave Two porter is rather tame about his playful nature.