|“||Lasers? Why would you want to kill someone with light? Now, hot steel, however, that makes it bloody loud fun...”|
|— Entra (Nightmare).|
|Entra L. (Nightmare)|
218 Standard Years.
6'7" | 6 feet, seven inches.
Various, especially knives.
PAK, Hack Modules, various others.
Unnaturally agile; rather manipulative/seductive.
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Naivety; a trait that rarely, if ever, survives the Academy.
A Trait that certainly didn't survive in Entra.
Shipmistress of the Revenant, and Lady of the Arraakeen Wraiths, calling Entra's 'nightmare' counterpart 'naive' would be grossly incorrect.
TL;DR - Biography
In the Academy, Nightmare Entra was much more dominant and manipulative than her 'prime' counterpart ever was, quickly learning that weakness of any kind would be rather unpleasant.
It is debatable if she was ever naive; and if she was, it is almost certain that whatever traces of naivety within were extinguished early on.
Nightmare Entra was a lethally efficient and calculating cadet in the Academy, developing masterful manipulation, and refusing to be dominated by anyone around her - especially her sparring partner, Lurch.
In fact, her manipulation and domination eventually led to a somewhat sadistic mind, one that leaked out of combat - and grew.
Oftentimes, those who were her 'friends' were nothing more than tools she could utilize for various means, be it simply food, or a complicated revenge.
Appearance and Equipment of Note
The closest man to Entra, he is one of the only ones she regards as an actual rival - and as an equal, both in combat, command, and otherwise.
Fittingly enough, he is also the man she leads the Revenants beside, if from a more intelligence-based or strategic standpoint.
Originally her replacement sparring partner after he slew Lurch in training, Averii was originally her favorite pawn. As much as she hated to admit it, he grew on her, and despite his problems with her constant near-paranoid plotting, she grew on him.
As his mistress, and as her paramour, their relationships extend far beyond the mere job and professionalism.