Kretsene the Cacomistle (pronounced "kret-SEEN") is a medic that serves the Electric Clan of Haeos.
A slender cacomistle who stands a little bit over three feet tall, Kretsene has a somewhat short muzzle with a round nose, upward-pointing ears that are somewhat rounded at the tip, and a fairly long, fluffy tail.
Her fur is primarily banana yellow in color, with a white muzzle, chest, and stomach, and chrome yellow tail rings and facial markings. Her hair, which is shoulder length and rather wavy, is black in color, and her eyes are citron in color.
She wears a v-neck top with sleeves that reach to her elbows, a skirt, and boots.
Being a medic, Kretsene has a far more defensive and utility-based fighting style than the soldiers and mages do. Apart from being able to heal and buff her allies, she can also debuff her enemies, and even strip them of their powers to some degree.
She isn't terribly sturdy, nor can she hit that hard. However, her Electrokinetic abilities are well-developed, and she also is quite agile.
Kretsene is relatively resistant to the Elements of Electricity and Wind (her Electricity resistance is somewhat higher, however). She is also quite agile, able to dodge slow-moving opponents and attacks with ease.
Kretsene is weak to the Elements of Water and Earth. Her defenses aren't anything special, therefore she mostly relies on her agility to try and evade potentially devastating attacks.
Friends and Foes
- Electric Clan of Haeos -
- The Ionic Kingdom -
- Water Clan of Neso -
- Nihlic Clan of Nihlus -
- The Ocean Nomads -
- Grandine the Cacomistle - Kretsene seems to look up to her sister Grandine a lot.
Generally a kind and friendly girl, Kretsene nevertheless seems to have some self-confidence issues. She sometimes worries that she's not doing her job well-enough, especially after one incident where she accidentally gave a patient the wrong kind of salve for a burn, resulting in a rather nasty rash. She seems to get flustered easily, as well.
- Low self-esteem
Her name is the Norwegian word for "circuits".