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.
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.
Her feelings for Rush are kind of like his feelings for Dream–they began at a young age, so it’s hard to let go even when it looks like it will never happen. That’s not to say that Rush hasn’t gotten over his feelings for Dream; nowadays he’s more concerned with reaching out to his soul mate, so things are just awkward and strained between them.
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.
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.
Kill and Hex, like most couples who grew up on the reservation, met when they were very young–however, neither one expressed any romantic interest in the other until their final year at the colonial secondary school, making them high school sweethearts. The two were already an established couple by the time they were awakened as demons.
Preferring to claim territory in the wintry north, the Havet Tribe chose to limit their contact with humans and spirits alike, clinging to the indigenous human tribes of the Blackfoot Confederacy as a cover. They protected the humans and in turn were allowed to integrate with their people.
Former Headman of the Havet Tribe, now gone rogue.