Hathsha | Characters

Hathsha by TheCydork
 Gender: Agender (she/her)
 Height: ???
 Created: November 12th, 2019
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Hathsha is an enthusiastic, if rather old-fashioned, detective, drawn to Void City on the promise of So Much Crime. You know those grandmas who watch crime shows while knitting? That's Hathsha, but in the body of an alien dragon. Quite sweet, will probably feed you, might side-eye your piercings, but damn if she isn't all about that murder.

Hathsha's biology suits her quite well to this kind of work - she belongs to an alien race known as Karraguls, remarkable for being comprised of two different species, but both relying on thermal vision to hunt. Time of death and heat trace evidence are all too easy for her to see. Her vertical whiskers can detect slight vibrations in the air, making it difficult to take her by surprise. However, she is of the smaller species, and built fairly lightly - she's a similar size and shape to a bird like an emu, but since she can still fly her bones are hollow. Lacking in power she feels she has something to prove, trying to show off her brains rather than brawn. She can come across as stuck up with her frequent use of unnecesarily long words and insistence on hiding her draconic form.

> Her height fluctuates a lot depending on how much she scronches her neck. Emus are a good point of reference (so, human height range and then some).
> She doesn't fly often, preferring to walk.
> She gestures with her feet because she uses them as hands. Unlike her pretty useless "hands", her feet have two thumbs - a big-clawed inner one, and normal-sized outer one.

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