Name: Hakufu Fafnir
Personality- A serious, punk rock type girl. She can seem pretty gothic at times, but around her friends, she seems to be a conpletely different person.
About Hakufu: In her old village, she was a chuunin who specialized in assassinations because of her Kekkei Genkai. She is a master at several weapons and fighting styles, and seems to be a quick thinker. Thanks to training with her senpai, she is an expert in close range, mid-range, and long-range combat.
Story: Back in the Village of Grimorse, Hakufu was the descendent of the not o popular clan, Fafnir. Its not that they were weak, but with their andrenaline control, they can be extremely deadly tools, so deadly that no one wanted to be associated with them. Hakufu was born into this chain of hate, being disowned where ever she went because of something she couldn't control. She had no friends, and didn't find anyone that could have use for her, until she met her senpai, Adell. Adell is a physical genius, a master in every martial art you could possibly think of, along with several weapons. While everyone gave Hakufu a look of distaste and hate, he saw her as a valuable warrior for the village. She knew she was only being used for the village, but she was just glad to have been of use to someone. She trained under him for a while, and before she even knew it, she was recommended for Chuunin. But, before her rank could be made official, her village was ambushed by the village clouded in Despair, an opposing village that they were at war for for a long time. Her mother and father stayed with Adell to ight them off, since out of everyone in the village, they were the most capable of fighting. Adell was the Kage, and her parents were students of his for years, same as Hakufu was. She could have stayed and helped, but she was too young, and her parents and Adell were worried for her, seeing that she had so much potential. So she left, traveling around the globe for a reason to live. Her traveling had stopped once she arrived here, the village hidden in the mist.