So this is my new Xenoblade OC, Willow! Yeah, my 3rd Xeno OC, lol..but she has an interesting past, at least to me...so here's her bio:
Age: ??? (Looks to be in her teen years, however unknown)
Powers: Can control the Monado, skilled in controlling a bit of Ether at a time, immortal age-wise(she cannot die of old age, however can die of other things)
Family: Unknown, all deceased
Personality: Closed off, cold, harsh. Rarely nice even if you know her well. Secretive. Doesn't like to "let herself" make friends with people.
Willow was a normal Homs woman, until she wandered onto the Mechonis. On the Mechonis, she met Meyneth's spirit, which possessed her, and used her as a vessel. While inside Willow, Meyneth granted her age immortality, making her unable to die of old age. Also, Meyneth made it so she could control small amounts of Ether and control the Monado. However, due to her immortality, Willow watched many of her friends and family die of old age, and since she couldn't, she began to feel depressed, watching them all die over and over. Meyneth was unable to stay in Willow due to this depression, and despite how much she felt bad about it, Willow's depression was making her feel sad as well. After Meyneth left, Willow still had her powers(including immortality), however she hardly used them, as she did not make friends with anyone anymore- she reasoned with herself, they would all die, and she would watch them and feel bad, so why even bother?
She did travel a lot though- sights and marvels replaced her social life, and she was always impressed, always. She only went on Bionis though, having developed hatred and uncomfortableness towards the Mechonis and Meyneth herself. She often stayed in Alcamoth- teasing and hatred did not bother her, because she had so little care for the High Entia and what they thought. She strayed outside into Eryth Sea as well, impressed by the glowing Ether and falling stars. And one day, while wandering, she met Shulk and his friends. At first, she was very cold, though ended up tagging along, still with her unsocial attitude, saying she had "unfinished business" and that she "didn't want to stay long," which wasn't a lie- if she stayed long, she would begin caring for them. Willow did stay for a while, however, and began to develop care for the gang deep down, which showed itself every so often. Even though Willow is cold and unsocial, the gang knew Willow cared deep down- and that was all that mattered to them.