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.
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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.
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.
She certainly plays a key role in the Poseidean drama; she gets a first-hand look at how being pitted between Punish and Rush weighs on Cross.
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.
Envy is almost the exact opposite of my token psychic, with the exceptions being that she is kind and always willing to help others. Envy keeps active by training with Gag at the gym on the reservation, going on morning runs, and teaching yoga. She’s always available to help Whisper come up with fun ideas for their next gathering, and she’s one of the firsts to volunteer for anything.
Originally, these twins were created to be part of a tragic and heart-breaking battle, pitted against one another by the chief that was and the chief that could have been. As I work on their characters, molding them and this story around them, I find there’s no way to avoid a sad story or an unhappy ending. Not everyone in TCoLD gets what they want or need, and not every villain will receive their just desserts.
There’s an important message I want to convey about the idea of everlasting true love, and TCoLD is my medium. Alas, once I realized that not everyone needed a romantic counterpart, I put away my Cupid cosplay and stopped playing matchmaker.