Rocio Valencia the Battle Cleric
Rocio was born in a satanic cult and destined to become an Antichrist baby factory. The kindness of a captured holy man showed her another way from her abusive upbringing and in time she was able to expose her cult to the world. A police raid made her one of its only survivors. She traveled to the monastery of the holy man her cult had killed and studied in the ways of the light. She journeyed across the world studying many forms of holy magic and cleric combat. Eventually informed by monks that her destiny lied in the city of sin, Void City, she traveled to the region and enrolled in Vanity's school for magical children to continue her studies.
There she held the same year as Lilyfeather, the necromancer, and a beautiful rivalry was inevitably born
As a moral absolutist, Rocio believes that nothing justifies the use of evil practices such as necromancy (of course as a battle cleric, she has no problem with using violence against evil for the sake of good)
Well studied in holy magic from around the world, Rocio is a patron of "the light", the overall goodness of Heaven and holy gods. She's versed in wards and exorcisms against denizens of the dark. Most of her articles of clothing, scrolls, bibles and tools have some holy utilitarian use. Her divine hammer is carved from stone blessed by a saint, and its shaft willingly crafted from the bone of a celestial dragon. The holy weapon is lighter in the hands of good people, and hits harder the more evil its target is (against a good person, it hits no harder than a punch. Against the pure of heart, it bounces off). The celestial hound she found on her travels is essentially a dog, but impossibly even more good. It is infused with holy energy and can teleport in blinks of light.
The satanic mark on the back of her neck is unremovable, and it causes her pain every time she uses holy magic or swings her hammer.
Rocio can banish undead as fast as Lilyfeather can spawn them, their levels in power always being very even against one another. Even if one were to surpass the other, the other would eventually catch up. In a way they have become better warriors because of each other.