- "Sweet as sugar, spicy as spices, hurt me once, I kill you twice."
- — Acha Lenvonith
5 August X768
Dark Blue (Left Eye)
|Guild Mark Location||
Blue Falcon's All Out
|Base of Operations||
Blue Falcon's Guild
Sagiri Shinka (Love Interest, possibly)
Sniper Device 20 (Magic Gun)
Acha Lenvonith (アカ レンボニス, Aka Renbonisu) is mage from the Blue Falcon Guild. She is well recoqnized for her beauty which could even be on par with eye-candies Mirajane Strauss and Jenny Realight. Thanks to her beauty in possession, she is one out of the few females stand-out in her guild, even surpassing her powerful guildmates, Ha-Na, when it comes to the aspect of "fame" and fancy-look. In addition, Acha has received several offers to be a "huge sensations" in Fiore by possing half-naked for the Sorcerer Magazine, but rejected it for the preffered favor of being "innocent" and "clean" in people's eyes. After the dissapearance of Mirajane Strauss in Tenrou Island, Acha is among the few pretty faces choosen for the "Miss Fiore" tittle, but subsequently dropped it to Blue Pegasus's beauty pinnacle, Jenny Realight, for not being a 'frequent outsider' and lacks of 'original style'.
In her guild, she work as the Blue Falcon bartender's captain along with the aid of Lucy Heartfilia and Sabrina Waffle. Being a bartender, sweet and innocent person, Acha was both liked and adored by her guildmates as a member. Although she was not as powerful like a BEAST mage, Acha covers it up with her incredible speed, intelligence, and some assorted magics. Focusing mainly on guns in battle, Acha Lenvonith has been mentioned to be the most skillful Marks-Man in her guild. However, she is not a 'frequent outsider' and rarely take on any missions, thus, giving her less combats experience when compared to the other mage.
She is set to be one of the main characters in the author's story and Sagiri Shinka's possible love interest. In addition, Acha is the author's female lead characters.
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- This article will remain a stub untill the author is done with her story.