The Void Between
Anacaona de Xaragua
"I don’t want to repeat myself — forcefully. Comprendez-vous?"
Anacaona’s intense gaze complements a dark-skinned, athletic physique. Her coiled hair is long; she usually wears a bandanna to keep it out of her eyes. Her arms are tattooed with stylized depictions of two Arawak zemis (gods). Yocahu, the Creator, adorns her right arm, and Jurak·n, god of night and devastation, her left.
Her Nimbus appears as the sound of a drum, which is actually the beating of blood through heart and veins.