|Full Name: Zigra Kisari|
|Occupation: Noblewoman and Bodyguard to Princess Riho|
Incredibly snarky, especially when she is
annoyed. Due to a near death experience
when she was younger, she tends to only
focus on matters that are truly important
and doesn’t worry about small problems.
She is fiercely loyal to her friends.
Zigra is a member of the Kisari family, which is a high ranking (and very wealthy) noble family on the Skylion homeworld. The Kisari have been close to the Royal family since before recorded history and have helped influence many of the Skylion political decisions thought history.
When Zigra was six years old, she was in the hospital with a serious illness. At one point, her illness took a turn for the worst and she was legally dead for several minutes. Since then, she has claimed that she had walked the boundary between the living and the dead. Those that really know her speculate that her soul had touched the realm of Azeur, and her soul never fully returned from there since she has empath abilities similar to those of the Reth’kaa of Ultimare.
As a noblewoman, she has grown up with all of the privileges expected. While the Kisaris are (very rightfully) stereotyped as being elitists, Zigra doesn’t reflect any of this in her personality. Her near death experience has given her a unique outlook on life so she prefers to spend her time helping others whenever she possibly can.
Zigra is an expert archer. Think of her as being like Hawkeye... having an arrow for every occassion.
Riho and Zigra
Zigra is best friend to Princess Riho. The two were childhood playmates and continue to be best friends even to this day (think of Zigra’s role as being akin to Jade from the 2011 Mortal Kombat game... only much snarkier). When Riho was assigned to be the Skylion envoy to Ultimare, she demanded that Zigra accompany her on the mission.
To this day, Zigra is almost always seen at Princess Riho’s side as both a best friend, bodyguard and personal advisor. She is always willing to help out the Princess in any way she can, even if it means sacrificing her own life in the process.