Personal Info Edit

Birthplace: Luoyang, Ming Empire (China)

Birthdate: July 7, 1593

Age: 15

Gender: Female

Height: 4’9 (149)

Weight: 90 (41)

Blood Type: B

Weapon: Jian, Chinese Blade

Weapon Name: Yi Zhan Qin

Style:  Ling-Sheng Su Secret Sword Art

Stage Edit

Luoyang: Grand Festival of Guandi Temple

Theme Edit

Where Springs Not Fail

History Edit

After Xianghua left Kilik and was forced to marry a Ming General, she gave birth to Leixia. Xianghua, being well experienced in life during wartime and martial arts, often told her daughter war stories. These tales sank in while Leixia was young, giving her a deep love for her mother, heroism, and swordsmanship. In fact, these stories were in an idealized vision in Leixia's mind, and she pestered her mother to teach her swordsmanship.

Leixia, being the eldest daughter of a respected general and an upperclass woman, could have had a quiet and comfortable life. She's well educated, loves reading, writes poetry, and plays the koto with some skill. Leixia believes in heroes and perhaps, deep down, she would like to become one herself.

Xianghua, knowing of the dangers of the world, sought to protect her daughter from the very lifestyle she idolized. Leixia, ever tenacious, runs away from home, bent on creating her own future.

Critical Edge Edit

River of Stars

Leixia launches her opponent into the air, and slashes him/her three times while jumping and whirling in a circular motion. After landing, she strikes a pose, surrounded by lotus petals and shimmering light.

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