Four tribes reside in the Dvaita forest: The Imala, The Blue Claw, The Orphans, The Cocopah. Peace exists between the tribes, except between the Imala Tribe and Blue Claw tribe. Their hatred for each other traces back over a hundred years and finally the current chiefs of both tribes, decide to bring an end to that hatred by having an arrange marriage. The chief's daughter from the Imala tribe would be set to marry to the chief's son from the Blue Claw Tribe. But what happens when the two can't even get along? Will the arranged marriage work and accomplish the goal set out, or will it worsen the tribes hatred for one another? Name: Kida Dunne Age: 20 Tribe: Imala Tribe Status: Chief's daughter History: -Kida has two older brothers and three younger brothers, making her the only girl of the six. -The four tribes reside in the Dvaita Forest, The Imala Tribe is in the northern part of the forest. -Mother died after giving birth to her youngest brother Appearance: -height: 5'5 -Kida __________________________________________________ Name: Koda Nakai Appearance: Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Height: 6'2 Age: 22 Tribe: Blue Claw Tribe Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) The Blue Claw are the most aggressive tribe of all four - they are rigorously territorial people, living on the Great Bear plateau on the edge of the Dvaita Forest well away and above the other tribes, save for the Imala, who are unfortunate enough to share a border with them. Status: Chef's son. History: Koda was the only child born to his mother, who died during childbirth. Instead of being regarded as the cause of her death, Koda was praised, and his kin simply say that it was his strength as a new-born that killed her - his spirit was simply too strong for her body. Personality: Koda is a good representation of his people. He is stubborn, aggressive, and brutally honest. His greatest secret is his heart of gold and his love of painting, hidden well behind layers of sarcasm. Kida Kida closed her eyes, feeling her grandmother's fingers weave through her long, black locks of hair. It was a relaxing sensation that for a brief moment allowed her to be in serenity. The older woman was fixing her hair into an elegant braid and once she finished, she tied it off, before placing white cream cup flowers to adorn her hair. "There you go, Kida." The women softly spoke out to her granddaughter, who immediately thanked her and stood up. "Thank you, grandma." Leaning down, she gave the older woman a kiss on the cheek. "Kida. It is time." A stern voice spoke from the entrance of the teepee house. Glancing over her shoulder, Kida spotted her father, who was waiting for her to join him so they could head off to the border between the two tribes, to meet the Blue Claw's chief. "Good luck, Child. Be safe and make our tribe proud." Her grandmother spoke, before Kida gave a nod then left the teepee and followed her father to where their best warriors, along with her five brothers, awaited. "Papa...are you sure this will work?" Kida questioned as she glanced up at her father, who had frankly seemed different since the sun shined down through the trees that morning. Perhaps it was the fact that he was giving his daughter's hand in marriage to a young man that he didn't know and to make matters worse, he wasn't even part of their tribe. Heavens forbid that she was being handed over to some abusive man. Though what worried him the most was the fact that she would have to live with her husband where his tribe resides at, something that he hadn't mentioned to her. "I'm not sure, Kida, but it was the only way we figured that we could bring peace."