In Thiira, I see a person who grew up heavy-set in a society filled with image-conscious people. She developed a deep sense of distrust for her fellow Cassians - one that she carried with her into the Military where they treated her about as she expected. Fights were an everyday occurrence that more often than not ended with her being trounced by uneven odds. But not once did she see fit to back down.
She managed to develop something of a bond with Kurzek, a fellow soldier. More than anything, he respected her strength and persistence, and he despaired at seeing her regularly knocked down by men he considered to be cowards.
He patched her up as he could, but at the end of the day, it was she who had to reassure him that things were going to be all right.
(Sweet, salted taffy, it’s done.)
(Quick edit to fix his thumb.)
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Some more weekend doodlan’. Beauty and the beast.
Steadily working on the pieces that will be a part of the Monster Anthology! Here’s one of them! :^>