|Political Alignment and Abilities|
Due to her innocence, Illmatar is very upbeat and sweet person, caring deeply for the other Raiju Fangs, which she consider friends or even family. In addition, Illmatar holds very little animousity towards enemies upon initially meeting them, seeing them as potential playmates rather than enemies to be defeated or killed. In addition to this, Illmatar is quite naive and innocent, even possibly ditzy. She is incredibly trusting, believing whatever someone not considered an enemy tells her, and even believing percieved enemies with some convincing. This niavete has allowed male Trolls to almost "take advantage" of Illmatar numerous times. However, Illmatar is also extremely temperamental, and takes insults very badly; she'll pout, cry, yell, and on certain occasions even attack the person who insulted her with her powers. Illmatar is also very childish and tends to hold grudges for some time, though it doesn't take very much to get back in her good graces. When angered or aware that someone has lied to or wronged her, Illmatar will react viciously, striking at whoever did so with full power and no restraint. While childish and sweet, Illmatar is capable of showing a certain degree of seriousness when it is required (though such a situation needs to be explained to her).
Illmatar is a fully-organic Bunnie Rabbot recolor, with bright red fur. She has waist-length messy red-brown hair, sometimes worn in a braid with a yellow band. Her eyes are violet, with her eyelids and markings around her eyes being brown. She has an exceptional figure, complimented by sky blue form-fitting shorts and a black sleeveless crop-top. She wears brown sneakers with white socks that go halfway up her lower legs, and brown fingerless cowgirl gloves.
Despite her naivete, Illmatar is quite powerful when using her abilities seriously, usually focusing on short-to-mid range combat. She largely focuses on straightforward damage and force, but can also use her powers to disorient and imbalance her enemies, giving her an additional advantage in a fight.