Name: Erin Nagasaki

Age: 15


Appearance: Small, and slightly bent over when sitting up, she usually only settles into this position while operating Seraphim. she's dressed in a sort of pajama at almost all times, She's thin and looks extremely pale, most of this is due to her disease, which causes her to become quite repulsed by the thought of eating. Her hair is brown, and her eyes are a dark grey. She usually keeps her eyes half closed and her hair impatiently swept to the side when she musters up the energy to sweep it there. Her hair is usually cut short when she remembers to get it cut, as she doesn't really care about her life in the outside world, she invests most of it in Seraphim. She's about 5' 3". She calls him "Seraph", but he likes to be addressed by his full title of Seraphim.exe, so this irritates him slightly.

Personality: She's fairly forceful when operating Seraphim, but that's because she quite frankly lives vicariously through him, as she's bound to her bed through a mutant variation of Thalassemia and Sickle-cell anemia, which formerly kept her bedridden and forced her to rely on blood transplants at nearly all times. Now that she has been moved to Beach Memorial Hospital, she can actually leave her bed through the means of modern technology and can get out of bed with with assistance and by wheelchair. She takes advantage of her new mobility, moving around the hospital but rarely going to other places with nurse supervision. She spends a decent amount of time at the beach, just sitting out there while operating her navi. When not operating Seraphim, she's quiet and resigned to her short life, only having a sliver of hope for a cure for it, as her confidence for something like that was battered down when a bone marrow transplant appeared, but her body rejected it, and it went horribly wrong, her situation worsening until it was where it is today.

PET Modifications: The Phone modification on it is Holobased, and is activated by voice, allowing her to talk to other people and see their faces.