Kuitenga the Dingo (pronounced "kwee-TEN-guh") is a battle magess that serves the Earth Clan of Temblor.
An average-looking dingo who stands a little bit over three feet tall, Kuitenga has a somewhat short muzzle with a triangular noze, medium-sized, diamond-shaped ears that mostly stand upright, and a fairly short, brush-like tail.
Her fur is primarily bole in color, with an antique brass muzzle, chest, and stomach. Her hair, which is tied up in a high ponytail, is black in color, and her eyes are bright ube in color.
As a battle magess, Kuitenga excels at dealing large amounts of Elemental/energy-based damage in a short amount of time, bursting down fragile opponents before they get a chance to touch her. She needs to rely on this strategy quite a bit, however, as she is fragile; any opponent who can get past her onslaught and retaliate with strong attacks of their own will be able to overwhelm her.
Kuitenga is also quite fast, however, and this helps her evade slow opponents, ensuring they cannot get close enough to attack her; this also helps her dodge any slow-moving ranged attacks from her enemy. She is a highly adept geomancer, and primarily uses mid to high-level techniques of the Earth Element. Being a canine, she has strong jaws and sharp teeth, and can deliver a punishing bite; she also has a refined sense of smell.
Kuitenga is relatively resistant to the Elements of Earth and Electricity (her Earth resistance is somewhat higher, however). She is quite fast, and can easily outpace slower foes and evade their attacks.
Kuitenga is weak to the Elements of Wind and Water. Her defenses aren't anything special, therefore she mostly relies on her agility to try and evade potentially devastating attacks.
Friends and Foes
- Wind Clan of Khazri -
- Nihlic Clan of Nihlus -
A bubbly and somewhat naive young woman, Kuitenga is fairly idealistic, and has a predominantly positive outlook on life. She believes that there is good in everyone, and this often causes her to drop her guard around strangers, as she's not willing to treat them as a foe right off the bat; this mindset causes her to be relatively gullible, as well.
Her name is the Swahili word for "fissure".