I know you have more fight in you.
Description: Rania stands just under six and a half feet in height. Her brown hair is straight and long, woven into a many small braids that fall down behind her head. Bronzed skin has some ink tattooed in whorls and decorative flowing lines that wrap along her arms. Her eyes are a light golden-amber, wide and observant of the world around her.
Personality: Loyal and eager, she hasn't really seen much of what the world at large has to offer. Just barely into adulthood, she still has much to see and learn. Loyalty is vital, and those who earn it have hers forever. Betray it, and the sting of burning sand is only the beginning.
She is curious and adventuresome, and keen to learn about the world around her. Her temper has a longer fuse than some others, but it does have its limits. She generally speaks her mind, and is not prone to lying.
Background: Rania's memories don't hold anything of the old world. Only the new. She's too young to remember much, if any, of it. Instead, she remembers growing up in the warmth of the caves of Nasherat. Not too hot, and not too cold. Outside, the elements were the biggest enemy she had, and she learned how to keep warm in the night chills, and keep cool in the oppressive sunlight. Basic survival techniques, as well as general defensive methods were naturally on her daily list of things to learn. While she ended up competent enough, her real expertise shone in mending those who hit the ground too hard, those who sparred too rough, and those who didn't quite make that jump.
This skill became particularly useful when she was almost an adult. She and some friends went exploring down some tunnels that they shouldn't have, and got themselves into a little bit of a bind. When someone fell and injured themselves badly, one of the group went for help while Rania treated the wound. It was enough to keep her friend alive until others arrved. While it didn't spare any of them the chastisement that came from the adventure, it did focus her interest on healing; specifically, healing in the field.