Warning: Contains graphic violence. Suitable for readers in their late teens and older. She has no name. She has her knives. Her training. Her halo. The first and second give her the ability to defeat the opponents she is pitted against each month. The third frees her from pain and...
Kit: Kit is the protagonist of Raksha. She is a fighter, an excellent one, who has always lived with a halo, a collar-like device, that controls her emotions and her pain. She's freed from her halo and escapes the confines of the Sanctuary, and then departs on a journey to discover who she really is, learning to deal with all of her emotions along the way.
Penny: Penny is Caius' sister. She is an Elin, a pure blood child, but she sympathises with the fighters forced to wear the halos. She helped Caius when she discovered his halo no longer worked
James: James is a mystery. Is he good, or is he bad? You'll hate him and then you'll be strangely drawn to him by an unexpected gesture...
Mashinji Ryka: Ryka is the son of Grandfather Jack, the leader of Freetown. His attitude oscillates from defensive to extremely sweet and thoughtful. He has pain in his past. He is a fiercely loyal character, protecting his family and those he loves.
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