Captain of the FSS-CH9, Amaya Solace is the daughter of a high-ranking admiral from the Felinius Kingdom and the youngest person ever appointed captain of a Felinoid Smartship. Hard-nosed and tough as nails, she constantly struggles to prove herself and her team among the Squadron forces, many of whom assume she received her post through nepotism. Despite the general mistrust of her throughout the squadron, she has a reputation for being a fierce fighter, albeit with a history of insubordination and inability to follow orders. Prior to her commission as captain, she served with the CH-13. Extended Bio
As pilot of the FSS-CH9, Damsel is one of the greatest pilots in the entire Squadron. Born to a wealthy family and living a life of relative luxury and privilege, Damsel found herself drawn to a greater calling. She ran away from home and enrolled in the Academy for Science Soldiers and eventually was made a Cosmic Hellcat. Despite her stong sense of duty and love of adventure, Damsel is still a socialite princess at heart. She is as much intrigued by the promise of adventure that being a Hellcat provides, as she is to the nobility and honor it brings. Extended Bio
Kinkerbell is a faerie of Oznia loyal to Prince Godric and a member of his royal guard. When Queen Evilica drove the faeries into the Emerald Forest, Zebediah, last of the mystics foretold a prophecy of a catlike warrior from the realm of mortals who would take up the Golden Hammer of Tolkinon and allow the fae to force Evilica to relinquish the Iron Throne. Kinkerbell volunteered to travel to the realm of mortal to retrieve the Promised One. She arrived eons ago, encased in a magical crystal and waited thousands of years (mortal time) before returning to Oznia mere hours after she left with the crew of the CH-9.
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i think i just may yell stabbity from now on when things aren’t going my way
I wasn’t sure if it was quite clear that she says that all the time and not just when she’s being stabbed. She’s used it several other times, but its not like a catchphrase on par with cowabunga or its clobbering time
no matter, i like it
Well. Mostly I was wondering if anyone had even noticed she’s said it before.
im not sure. though since the time i’ve been reading this comic, i have said it quite a lot.