This character's sixstat code is 455542

White Ainekas the Rabbit is multiple things - the only Ainekas son and Schnee’s older brother, Luna’s clever assistant, the leader of Team Watts and all-around anti-hero. He is one of the more sensible characters in the Lamak Zone, and he’s one of the strongest out of Team Mask, Team Saturn, and Team Watts, with only Kennedy and Mac before him (though Terra gives him some good competition). A more in-depth description of White’s role in the series is provided below.


Physical Description

White is a white-furred bunny who stands at 3’7 and weighs in at 78 lbs. White’s fur is snow white, with no kind of scent slightly changing its color. The opposite can be said for his hair - it is black, but has streaks of grey flowing through it. White’s hair stays at the top of his head and spikes up three times. At the bottom part of the back of his head, he has a bit of black hair that droops down.

White is a bit skinny, with a lack of meat on his bones.


White, appearance-wise, never really wears anything that distinguishes him from someone who has the same fur color, species and hairstyle from him. He prefers to wear more casual clothing, like a black shirt with a skull on it and camo jeans or a red t-shirt with stars on it with black pants. White doesn’t really care how he looks - as long as he doesn’t look bad, he’ll be able to live with his appearance.

White’s favorite outfit has to be a blue shirt saying “I Hate Orange” and orange shorts, not because of the joke, but because it gets to show off his mechanical legs. White feels very proud about them, so he likes wearing shorts to flash them around.


White is the type of person who leads, going with his gut and using his schema in order to make intelligent decisions. He tries not to let bias affect him when he needs to make smart choices, and he attempts to allow everyone's thoughts to be included when doing so.

White has a low-mid amount of sympathy to a high-high, depending on what he's doing. This is a result of being set on something once he starts, so even when he doesn't want to do something, he'll do it, simply because of his willpower overpowering him.

White is fairly snarky, similar to most of Max's characters. He tones it down when with other people, however, and really only jokes around more commonly when he's with his friends. He could seem kind of boring if you didn't know him due to this.

White is a very blunt person to most people, usually not giving off too much emotion. He doesn't try to be especially nice, but he never tries to be very rude, either - he just acts like himself. He usually attempts to avoid starting conversation out of nowhere, and even if something intrigues him, he'll just think about it instead of present his thoughts.

White is very good at shutting his mouth - he knows people's personal limits, and always attempts to not push it too far. Only a few things can get him so worked up that he'll push past those limits - for one, people who apparently exhibit no sympathy and can do ruthless things like it was Tuesday. Instead of directly confront those type of people, White likes to deceive them and then teach them a lesson about the pain they cause.

White is very easily influenced by his friends, even though it's usually him who is doing the influencing. When one of his friends tells him to stop doing something, usually, he'll stop. And while most people do have the "He won't stand for people who hurt his friends" trait, to differ himself, White usually won't go into a cliche rage mode and will instead give the attacker a real talking-to.


Bad Luck Charm

Alban Jacques Ainekas was born to Willow Rajah Ainekas and Jackson Blueg Ainekas. His childhood before he became two was fairly average - he learned how to speak little words, and learned to crawl, he was simply another baby that was with some average parents.

However, when he was four, Schnee was born.... as an accident. Due to a mistake, Willow was pregnant with a child she couldn't handle. Willow didn't want an abortion, believing she was going to be able to take care of her children.

She was wrong.

Alban by himself already took a lot of their money to keep him well-fed and with enough clothes to wear. The cost of raising Schnee doubled that, and the Ainekas got into a battle they couldn't win. Jackson, feeling guilty for causing the family to nearly dive into poverty, starting working double jobs, barely enough to keep the family on their feet.

Jackson urged Willow to do the same, but the latter had been so stressed with her job already that she got into drinking. Because she constantly wasn't thinking straight, she was fired from her job. Though Jackson tried to urge her to think clearly, she got mad at him while in a drunken stupor, saying "it was all his fault." She issued a divorce petition against her husband, and they did get divorced - it just wasn't in her favor. Jackson was the one who had to keep the kids. And thus, Alban lived most of his childhood not even remembering his mother.

The rest of his childhood was fairly average - Alban went to school (where he got his nickname "White"), he made friends (he made his best friend and apparent neighbor, Tina Dante), and he learned things. It seemed like because of the divorce (and the mother still sending money to Jackson), everything was going to take a turn for the better. The Ainekas family would actually have a chance at a normal life.

However, everything took a turn for the worst.... after the accident.

Pit Stop

One day, at age 17 White and his father were simply driving during errands, with nothing special out to do. However, a reckless driver ran straight into their car, right through the window where White was sitting. Due to White's habit of leaning left while driving, only his right shoulder, right side of his stomach, and his legs were hit.... but the damage was bad.

After a lot of treating in hospitals, White was eventually given prosthetic legs to replace his old ones, which was only possible with extra money sent from his mother. A thirteen-year-old Schnee was in a "geek" stage at the time, and loving tinkering, she begged White if she could experiment on his legs to make them "cooler." Knowing he wouldn't feel any pain, White agreed.

It started small, with tiny thing added, such as gears added to make him run faster, or springs implanted to let him jump high or farther. After a year, White thought that Schnee had basically made him into a superhero and was very grateful. Then, through ways unknown, a year later, Schnee found some more.... dangerous things to implement.

Somehow, Schnee had acquired bullets, firing mechanisms, nerve triggers, and fuel. Wanting to experiment on White for one last time, White's legs were upgraded to an insane point, where he could be an assassin if he wanted to. White was extremely thankful because of Schnee, but after their father found out what Schnee had been doing, he wasn't happy.

Saying that Schnee was a potential danger to their family, Jackson kicked Schnee out of the house, sending her to a place White wasn't sure of. White, angered after having starting college to study archaeology and getting cooler legs only to have his father step all over his bad luck, left Jackson alone in the house after buying one by his own.


With White's synthetic legs, it gives White a very useful ability - amplifying his leg power. Along with his natural rabbit genes, it assist White in everyday life, but also with more... impractical uses. For example, it allows him to leap incredibly far distances, jump very high, and be a pretty good dancer. However, a flaw to this is the fact that due to it being robotic, it can not bend in every direction, slightly hindering its flexibility.

Because of Schnee's tinkering, she also gave White some more combat-oriented uses. (It's mainly because she'd been watching too many action TV shows.) As long as he refills it constantly, White can fire flames and bullet from his legs when his brain tells his muscles to tell the prosthetic parts to pull the trigger. As a result, White can hover a maximum of one foot off the ground. He can send additional heat to his legs to speed him up and power up his legs, but even if he overheats then they'll be useless for a short to long period of time.




Friends and Allies 

White and Tina have always been the best of friends. When White entered elementary school, he'd always used it as a matter of escapism - to avoid all the trouble that was going on at home. However, as the average elementary schooler, he didn't really have anyone to truly click with until he met someone he'd grow to trust in nearly completely... Tina Dante.

When White first met her, she was very perceptive of his hidden loneliness. White tried his best to present a side of him that seeming wasn't bothered by anything, but Tina knew that it wasn't the case. She would go on to try and befriend him, finding out he was actually a pretty smart and cool dude. That's when the both of them would go on to find out they were actually... neighbors?!?

Tina and White spent a lot of time together as kids - in fact, she was the one who gave him his nickname "White" - and they grew up extremely close to one another. However, after Schnee was kicked out of the house and White left, Tina was there to support him, and this might've been what truly solidified their trust in one another. Until Luna recruited them, White and Tina spent their free time hanging out together and playing games, trying to avoid all of the madness in a crime-ridden city.

When Luna became involved in their relationship, though, things definitely took a large turn. White managed to barely save himself against Luna, and knowing that the hybrid was very much capable of killing them all, he phoned Tina. Tina wasn't really a huge fan of danger, and though she appreciated how White was trying to protect her, she didn't think it was all that moral. White, focusing on survival, didn't pick up on these signs, and it would continue on until Luna's defeat.

However, after Luna's first revival, TBA

When the two first met, White... wasn't exactly the most eager to get to know her, and she wasn't either. White was used to staying in Trikon after all. However, once they started interacting, they were able to see past their initial realizations of each other, and White was able to see that Alexia was more than just a shy teenager. Though they don't have all that many opportunities to talk, they get along pretty well.

Scarlet and White have a small friendship, as they both have a tendency to joke around that is accompanied by a joking attitude. Though they don't hang out with each other enough to truly call them "friends," they do consider each other to be allies, and they rely on each other for when the going gets tough.

White and Kennedy don't have anything against each other - White just fins Kennedy a bit too self-righteous for his liking. However, this teensy tidbit doesn't detract from their overall relationship, and while they aren't like besties, they can get along with one another just fine.

White and Schnee's relationship is a lot like your typical brother-sister rivalry - sure, they may fight a lot of the time, but they'll always have each others' backs, and they truly do love each other. White and Schnee never really connected as kids, however - White wasn't interested in interacting with anybody at home, and Schnee was just a quiet child overall. They usually left each other to their own devices, but they still got along just fine when they talked about stuff.

However, their relationship truly began to form after White's car accident. By this point, Schnee had been showing a different type of per(fur?)sona at home - she seemed to really like tech stuff, and White was happy that she finally found something she liked. After the accident, Schnee didn't hesitate to start making new legs for White, and she kept on making more and more advancements to them... some very dangerous. Nonetheless, White was extremely mad when Schnee was banished from the house.

Nowadays, the two still keep in touch, even though Schnee is far more upbeat than she was when they were kids. Even if sometimes they don't get along perfectly, they care for one another a lot.

At first, White was terrified that Mac would seek out his blood for the whole fake Marlee incident, but due to the fact that it wasn't really Marlee, Mac was able to forgive him pretty quickly. White appreciates having Mac around - he often feel like he's a generally neutral guy in a group of smiley heroes, but Mac helps break that. Mac wants White to join him in being a mercenary, but White turns him down, wanting a real job. Still, White likes having Mac as an ally of his.

When White and Tina first joined Luna, someone they had the pleasure(?) of meeting was the assassin-in-training through a long line of assassins, Sephtis Briona the Fifth. At first, White treated Sephtis like a ticking time bomb - he was frightened of what the eagle could do if he ticked him off, so White didn't really try to get to know him. They ironically did most of their bonding after Luna's defeat, when Sephtis started hanging around him and Tina more.

White would probably never admit it, but he absolutely adores having Sephtis around. The two are extremely different, with White being extremely nonchalant about most things while Sephtis is a hyperactive child. Sephtis and White always have fun when they are together, though Sephtis tends to want to go on dangerous quests while White prefers staying at home way more.

Foes and Rivals 

White never really liked Luna - their whole relationship is based around him practically being her servant and her just ordering him around. White only really joined the hybrid to save his own skin... and maybe some of his friends' too. However, the entire time, White just really wanted someone to kill her so that he could put the whole thing behind him, and because of that, White wasn't dismayed in the slightest when Luna was defeated.

Due to the fact that the guardian and the rabbit are like complete opposites, it really is no surprise to anybody that they don't get along. They both are like older siblings to people they care about (Alexia for Terra, Schnee for White), but their styles are really different, with White taking a much more relaxed approach while Terra tends to be far more strict. But that isn't the core for their rivalry - when White and Terra first battled, White tried to get in her head, telling her that in the long run, she wasn't very useful... at all. Mac and Ken were going head-to-head with Luna while she was stuck there, fighting a distraction.

Their views on the world often clash, but unlike a lot of rivalries, they don't really seek each other out. They just don't really talk to each other. However, when they do, you can expect an argument.


  • White, like Tina, takes an online college. He's taking a college in archaeology because he'd love to travel the world.
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