Name: Luna Hubble
Age: 17
Gender: Female
Appearance: Luna is a short individual at about 5 foot 6 inches tall, with shoulder-length bright blonde hair. Her face is pretty average, even though her blue eyes seem to always be filled with curiosity, staring at everything she sees with wide, excited eyes. However, the most striking feature is that she resides permanently in a wheelchair. Despite this, she works hard to keep her body in shape, working out her upper body and core with some rather visibly defined muscles.

Clothing choices are usually pretty simple, with the occasional graphic tee from something she's interested in from time to time. Otherwise, she doesn't dress up much for almost any occasion. Dresses always feel incredibly awkward for her, so at almost any given time, she can be found wearing a zipped up hoodie and a pair of sweatpants.

Personality: Luna is normally a rather excitable, passionate girl who loves to explore. She loves to dive heavily into her books, learning as much as she can. The pursuit of knowledge over the specific things she enjoys is an endless one, to which she’d go to almost any length to do so. However, her true goal in life was always to see the stars. To explore space like her father, and his father before him. Due to an accident several years ago, resulting in the loss of the use of her legs, she’ll never have that chance. Often times, Luna can be found sitting outside, simply wistfully staring at the stars, dreaming of a life she’ll never have. More often then not, her mother has to move her back inside after she fell asleep outside.

She tries to hide this almost overwhelming pain in her life from the sudden shift with boundless optimism, even if it’s forced. Everything will be okay in the end, just have to keep pushing through. That being said, Luna is extremely persistent. The only time she will ever give up on something is when it truly appears hopeless to her, and her smiles fall faster than gravity.

PET Modifications: Her PET has a simple white color scheme with orange highlights, as well as a simple attachment to mount onto the arm of her wheelchair with ease. A little holographic screen, about 6 inches wide, can display from the PET when it’s docked on the wheelchair to show the Navi talking.