Alvorada the Lynxadger is a scout that serves the Light Clan of Celeritas. She is a crossbreed between a badger and a lynx.
A fairly slender lynxadger who stands a little taller than three feet, Alvorada, being a crossbreed, has the large, tufted ears of a lynx, and the bushy tail of a badger. Her snout is fairly short and somewhat tapered, and she has three whiskers on either side of her muzzle.
Her fur is primarily white in color, with a silver stripe running down the length of her tail, and two more running from her ears to the tip of her muzzle, going past her eyes. Her hair, which is shoulder-length and fairly straight, is steel blue in color, and her eyes are jungle green in color.
She wears a tube top with a vest over top of it, jeans and boots, as well as fingerless gloves.
Alvorada is first seen in Part 3, where she and the other scouts were spying on the Trolls.
A bit sturdier than most scouts, Alvorada has decent power and a fair bit of speed behind her, as is befitting her class. She's still quite frail, however, and not meant for extended close-quarters combat; instead, she excels more in the realm of hit-and-run tactics.
Being part badger, she can dig and climb efficiently using her claws, while her lynx blood gives her good agility.
She wields a dagger for extra protection, and is an adept Solaramancer, primarily using defensive and utility-based techniques of the Light Element, with some simpler offensive ones (I.E. Holy Fist).
Alvorada is fairly resistant to the Element of Light.
Alvorada is weak to the Element of Darkness. Her defenses are quite subpar, forcing her to rely on her agility to survive.
Friends and Foes
- Dark Clan of Voidstar -
- Nihlic Clan of Nihlus -
- The Trolls - They're technically responsible for Lady Ilia Lightbringer's death.
Alvorada has the relatively quick temper of a badger. She's also known to have a rather crass sense of humor, but is well-meaning all the same. She sometimes wishes that she was a soldier instead of a scout, since she likes to get into the fray.
Her name is the Portuguese word for "dawn".