Kaniveya the Civet is a civilian the Nature Clan of Mokuhana.
A slim civet who stands at exactly three feet tall, Kaniveya has a medium-length, tapering snout, somewhat small, pointed ears that stand upright, and a fairly long and somewhat bushy tail.
Her fur is primarily amazon in color, with a white muzzle, eye markings, throat, chest, and stomach; the tips of her ears, as well as her entire tail, are black leather jacket in color, and she also has black leather jacket bands near her nose. Her hair, which is shoulder-length and curls up near the bottom, is black bean in color, and her eyes are blizzard blue in color.
Her outfit consists of a tank top, khaki shorts, and boots.
Being a civilian, Kaniveya has virtually no combat experience; the only thing that could count as an ability to fight is her ability to punch, kick and bite, but she doesn't really have the overall strength to be a threat in a fight. However, she is known to carry a dagger around her for protection, and is fairly skilled at using it.
She also has novice-level florokinesis, and uses low-level techniques of the Nature Element, such as Bullet Seed.
Kaniveya is relatively resistant to the Elements of Nature and Earth (her Nature resistance is somewhat higher, however). She is also quite agile, able to dodge slow-moving opponents and attacks with ease (even though she has no combat experience).
Kaniveya is weak to the Elements of Poison, Fire and Wind. Her defenses are subpar, forcing her to rely on her agility to survive should she ever get caught in a fight.
Friends and Foes
- Poison Clan of Dantamu -
- Nihlic Clan of Nihlus -
A shy and soft-spoken girl, Kaniveya is quite passive, and avoids conflicts whenever possible. Her often compliant nature leads her to be pushed around at times, and her unwillingness to cause problems for others means she backs down from potential arguments very quickly.
Despite the fact that she does carry a dagger around, it is purely for protection, and she'll only resort to using it if her life is in danger.
Her name is the Kannada word for "valley".