Personality: Somewhat reclusive, Mina doesn't open up easily, for various reasons, all of which will be understandable once someone manages to get her to open up enough to talk about her past. This is rather difficult, because she sees talking about your past as attaching to someone, and she is VERY slow to allow that to happen, no matter how much she may enjoy being around the person.
Home World: Traverse Town
Theme: Alan Wake - Poe - Haunted - SPOILERS!
Class: Twilight Keyblader
Name - Cerberus
Unsealed Form -
KeyChain Form -
The pendant hangs from a thin wire necklace around Mina's neck, the chain made of filigreed silver, twisted together into a cord that is much more durable than it looks.
[-] Cerberus Wave - A three pronged wave of pure force jets out from the tip of the blade, ripping through any surface in the way, leaving a swath of emptiness in its wake. It only strikes the closest target in each of the three directions, and if no target is struck within a few feet, it dissipates.
[-] Fire Magic
[-] Light Magic
[-] ____ Magic
Heart System: 50L/50D
Background Story: Mina was born in Traverse Town, but lost her mother when she was born. Her brother, Darin, raised her as best as he could, enlisting help from a few of his friends around Traverse Town to help him raising a young infant girl when he was only 13 himself. So she grew up with not so much a group of friends of family, but a rather large, extended, and dysfunctional, but complete, family.
Her brother did what he could to provide for her, while keeping one thing secret from her, something that he didn't want her to know. The necklace she wears now originally belonged to him, and he never once took it off, for any reason whatsoever. Being as young as she was, she didn't understand why he always wore it, because he always refused to talk about it.
Her brother would occasionally vanish for a few months, not telling her where he was going, and then come back with word of 'finding' money out there between the stars, and they would have an easy time of it for a few more months, and then he'd vanish again.
This went on for as long as she can remember, until she was 15. He took off one night, not knowing she was wide awake and following him. When she saw where he vanished to, her eyes widened in shock. He was going to a gummi ship the likes of which she had never seen before.
Making her move as he was getting ready, she snuck on board, hiding away from him inside the ship, and when it took off, she felt a pang of guilt, for leaving people behind to worry about her. But she was tired of wondering where he got that money.
Imagine her surprise when, rather than stopping in space somewhere, they touched down on another one of the many myriad worlds, and her brother left the ship. She vowed to stay put until he returned, but that vow didn't last long when he didn't come back for four days.
One of the many things he had taught her to do growing up was track things, so leave the ship and track him she did, hunting around the planet looking for him.
She reached him just as a large Nobody lashed him open from shoulder to hip, just before being split in half by a strange looking blade that she knew for a fact he hadn't been carrying when he'd left the ship. He dropped, and the blade vanished, as he fell face forward in the dirt to the sound of her scream.
She ran to him, cradling him in her arms and bawling her eyes out. He wasn't quite dead yet, and managed to work out what had been happening, coming clean to her at last.
So it was that she learned of Keyblades, and their power over all the creatures of the Creeping Darkness, and how her family was always capable of weilding one, if they could find one. He had, a Keyblade by the name of Cerberus. He had been flying to various planets taking care of the nastier Nobodys and the smaller Heartless for years now, providing for her with his own blood and sweat.
He told her to take his necklace, to take the Gummi Ship, and after burying him, make her own way in the world, using the munny he had managed to save up over the years, which was still stashed in various nooks and crannies in the ship.
With that, he breathed his last, and her heart-wrenching wail was heard halfway across the world she was on. She buried him as he had asked, and then boarded the Gummi Ship and never looked back.