storyThe story of how Aki came to be is a funny one. Even if you had no idea who I was, you could take a look at the pets I have now and infer that probably, wow, this person must love mutants!. And you'd be correct. Mutants are an awesome species, and mutant draiks even more so. As an avid draik lover, the color/species combination is one that I couldn't avoid. I was eventually able to afford a draik transmog potion for them, and all I had to do at that point was create Aki. Now, I wear glasses. I'm absolutely blind and helpless if they're off my head, and for some reason I had the brilliant idea to create them without them on. I didn't notice that I chose their gender as female instead of male, which I actually intended to do. Thus, Akiai, or Aki, was born. That day I learned a valuable lesson to always, ALWAYS, have my glasses on when I do anything important like that. However, after much refreshing, I finally obtained the lab ray scientist as a challenger and was able to set their gender (or the lack of it) properly. With how I've shaped their character, they don't have an understanding of the concept of gender and therefore gender identifiers don't exist on where they're from. I'm respecting that by referring to the correct titles, however it's true that they are supposed to be more masculine than feminine to be more typical.
Aki thinks she's the strangest looking alien they've ever seen. A menacing face, along with a very strong aura dripping from the crevasses of their body is both fascinating and frightening to them... They definitely don't want to upset them when they don't know what she's capable of doing. However, they're surprised at how friendly and helpful she is when they don't understand something here. Is everyone on this planet as carefree as her? Hopefully they're fooling her well enough to not ask questions about their lack of knowledge.