The defining moment of Akara's life was when the passenger boat carrying her family and about forty other refugees sank in the deep Eastern jungle. She was 7, and the only survivor. In fact, There is no better word for Akara. She did not return to civilisation for another nine years, surviving alone in the forest when, against all odds, she was adopted by a family of Yuttaraptors and lived as one of them. Her attitude towards civilisation is mixed. While she values the comfort and convenience of many aspects of living within society she despises most people, and longs to hunt once again in the jungle. Her reputation is a fierce one. While Limossk's leadership style is all about personal prowess Akara organises her crew like a pack of Yuttaraptors, striking together at the opportune moment to overwhelm her enemy with confusion and disorder. Cooperation gets results, and Akara is valued as one of the Plantation Council's best enforcers.
Applying negative conditions becomes as deadly as it is useful under Akara’s leadership, where granting additional damage dealing opportunities to her allies are as important as her own devastating combat abilities.