The Goddess of Spring
|Name:||Hana||Called:||The Goddess of Spring, Spring|
|Sign:||Libra (September 30)||MBTI:||ENFP-T|
|Height:||3'6" at shoulder||Build:||Average|
|Demeanor:||Excitable, friendly||Style:||Floral, pastel|
|Role:||Changing of the seasons||Alignment:||Chaotic Good|
- Being cooped up
Goddess of spring, Hana races the land every six months, driving away winter as frost melts at her touch and plant life blooms at her paws. Despite the weight of her duties, Hana rarely takes her role all that seriously, preferring to spend her days goofing around. She's easily distracted and late to arrive, more often than not. Her rather irresponsible nature has left her with little control over her powers, which tend to get out of hand without proper focus - They have, on multiple occasions, caused small jungles to spring up around her, with venus flytraps taking the opportunity to snack on anyone who draws too close.
Though normally quite optimistic and upbeat (perhaps gratingly so), Hana struggles internally with insecurities about herself and her abilities, feeling at times that she isn't skilled enough to serve as the bringer of spring and fearing that she and her powers do more harm than good. When particularly stressed, these internal thoughts can manifest from the very plants her powers bring forth, whispering reminders of the mistakes she's made and the fears she hides. It bothers her to no end.
- Hana was formerly a member of the closed species Adopt a Deity. As of January 8, 2019, with The Royal Mirage's permission, she has been disconnected from this species for use as her own character separate from its lore and world. During her time in the AaD universe, she was one of several deities created by the goddess of creation, Spectrum, and was noted to be a bit of a drain on the other deities, particularly the god of winter, thanks to her track record of often bringing spring either too early or late.
- Though she understands the basic concept of romance, Hana has difficulty differentiating platonic and romantic affection for others; unlike her AU self from the Vaiki universe, Hana does not know the names of her identities, though isn't really bothered by it all that much.
- Hana’s design draws cues from Amaterasu as she appears in Okami.