Shadows partially hide her features, as though seeking comfort in quiet darkness. Her usually bright, expressive eyes are rimmed with red and peer out from an expressionless countenance. Seemingly a bit numb to the outside world, Akassa appears lost in contemplation.
Her compassion for life flows like a raging river, comforting yet protective. She knows the deepest loves and is no stranger to pain. She has a will that can't be explained or measured.
Her crystal green eyes sparkle with a hint of mystery, of what she has hidden inside to share with others. Her long reddish-brown hair is set free in an array of loose curls flowing freely down her back stopping just past her waist. a portion of the front is set back into a jewel encrusted comb. A small blossom is tucked right behind the comb as if tucked in place by someone close.
Her gracefully thin figure is dressed in a silk spun dress in red having one shoulder strap decorated with tiny garnets and water gems. The dress playfully dances around her lower thighs stopping just before her knees. a couple layers of sheer material tinted red covers the silk. Resting at her shoulder a gold pin of a Crescent Moon surrounded with stars. Each star shimmers with a sliver of a crystalline shard. Within the Crescent Moon are the initials TS made out of tiny Garnet gems.
Hanging from her neck is a necklace. The tiny chain mail links of this trinket appear to be forged from melted down white gold. Seemingly the chain mail style of this necklace gives it an almost extravagant feel, but yet at the same time simple. Hanging from this necklace is a piece of red semi-illuminate stone, but if one got a close enough glance they'll see a glowing lava rock has been carved into a heart shape.
A hint of a tattoo can be seen on her shoulder. What appears to be two intertwined Ks interlocking with a rose.
A scent of sweet fruit lingers in the air while she is in the area.
She can on a rare occasion be seen relaxing or writing in her journal a spider silk bracelet can be seen peeking out of the journal. dgplayers.co.uk