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Joavan Orella
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Primary Information
Universe Testament
Creator Dantanius
Status Alive
Appearances Testament (story)
Vital Statistics
Species Bio-Morph (Hunyago)
Ethnicity As Human: Japanese
Gender Female
Age 1206 years
Date of Birth 794 CE
Hair Color As Human: Black
Eye Color As Human: Brown

As Morph: White

Height 158 cm (5 ft 2 in)
Homeplanet Mergen
Occupation Intellectual
Affiliation Earth Exploration Committee (1848-1849)
  • Bio Administration (1866-present)
  • Human Readiness Committee (1898-2000)
Relations
Mother Unknown
Father Unknown
Lover(s) Ceadde Ramm (1552-1556)
Friends Cassyon Notker

Tassilo Clovis

Zenahir sisters

Abilities & Inventory
Abilities Genius level intellect

Shape-shifting

Superhuman strength

Superhuman speed

Transformations Human female of Japanese descent
Weaponry Flatliner Rifle
Attire Flag of Japan shoulder patch
Joavan Orella is a Bio-Morph intellectual. In the Human Readiness Committee she is known as the Bio-Morph of Japan. Identified as a human named Kaiya Nozomi (Japanese Kanji: 野上佳弥 English pronounce: K-eye-ah No-zo-mi)

Joavan was born during Belus V's reign. Raised in Esid, the capital of the empire. Taught under Anshan Cyrus as one of his intellectual disciples along with Alaric. Reaching adulthood, she joined the imperial forces as a scout.

History Edit

Life in the Bio Administration Edit

Unlike most of the billions of morphs who left the infant Bio Administration to form the Morph Diaspora, Joavan willingly stayed to assist in the reconstruction of destroyed cities from the 10-year ideological clash. In 1872 she was promoted to lieutenant of the Cognitive Perspicuous Group of the Trinity (CPGT) tasked with ensuring the preservation of the Administration from outside threats. Another was guarding Gul Banu personally supervised by Chliste Arweinyyd, the Administration's head of intelligence.

Trivia Edit

  • Joavan's birth year coincides with the beginning of the Heian period in 794.
  • Kaiya, from the Japanese language, means Forgiveness.
  • Nozomi, a Japanese feminine name in Kanji Japanese, that means "wishful beauty".
  • In many Asian cultures, particularly Japan, white represents reverence, purity, and simplicity.
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