Name: Aestus.exe
Gender: Female
Element: Aqua
Type: Sword

Appearance: The first feature one would notice is her dark azure skin. However, this is quickly drawn away by her piercing, white eyes and long, flowing prismatic hair that runs the full length of her back and flips up in spontaneous but elegant curls at the end. In battle, her face is an oddly indistinct, seemingly amorphous, but defined at the same time. Her garb is simple, a shimmering, almost ductile gown that reaches just past her knees. Upon her legs and arms are what appear to be living water that has formed itself into plate guards that share the same iridescent and prismatic quality as her hair. Her weapon of choice, a double-sided naginata, (correct if you can, I know it has a popper name) is always upon her back, gleaming with a luster that could only be compared to an ocean on the horizon of a winter's sunrise.

Her appearance changes slightly however, when she leaves battle. The amorphous, shimmering form that covers her face disappears, revealing fair and delicate features which could be deemed worthy of a Botticelli fresco, at least some of Cassius' friends say. Her gently sweeping form, much more visible in the absence of her armor, and the natural curling of her long, pure white hair seems to imitate the depictions of the greek goddesses. This image is further reinforced by her taste for what could be most simply described as a toga.

Personality: Like her Operator, Aestus.exe has a calculating nature which allows for their seamless cooperation in net battles. While locked in combat, they share a synergy on a nearly telepathic level. However, through the course of his daily life and behavior, Cassius constantly hears her chastising and disapproval at the "foolishness of his excess." She has taken to replying to Cassius's offhanded comments in small bursts of Latin, a language she developed a taste for over time. Her favorite phrases that she likes to use include "Subolesco, mos vos," "dea succurro vos," and "per deus venia nos es laurifer" meaning "Will you grow up?" "Goddess help you.." And "By the grace of god, we are victorious."

Custom Weapon: Double-sided naginata. She calls the weapon Mare Ira, a Latin phrase meaning the Wrath of the Sea.

Signature Attack: Unda Dea Ultionis (Water Goddess's Revenge) Aestus makes a downward strike at the enemy while pivoting to turn about her target. As she reaches its side. she brings down the other end of the weapon in a horizontal strike, then finally rounds on the enemy's rear and thrusts her blade into its back.
(3 hits, first hit front 5. side hit 10, back 25, 40 damage total, 1TCD)