Yuna is a character from Murder Princess and is a major supporting character in The Knights of the Multiverse, introduced in Season 1. She and her twin sister Ana are androids built in the shape of little girls created by Dr. Akamashi to act as his bodyguards and personal assistants, but they soon started acting outside of their programming and left him to join The Knights, though Yuna warmed up them a lot sooner than most of her teammates due to her more soft-spoken and kind nature. Her skills and equipment are specialized for long-range weaponry.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Contrary to her sister, Yuna is timid, shy and a lot quieter, so she usually hides behind her teammates' backs when a fight breaks out and scares easily. Despite her huge amounts of ranged weaponry, she tries to take a more defensive & pacifistic stance when she's forced to do battle, believing that education is the solution of the majority of conflicts, while her sister believes that the answer is aggression; however, she does have a nasty tendency to lose self-control easily and unleash her fury, releasing all of her firepower in one fell swoop on everything in sight, especially when someone she cares about is in grave danger. But, as time has passed, she's begun to pluck up a good amount of courage and has willingly joined on her sister and allies on the battle grounds.
History[edit | edit source]
Season 1[edit | edit source]
Season 2[edit | edit source]
Season 3[edit | edit source]
Powers & Armaments[edit | edit source]
- Rocket Boots
Yuna's shoes has a set of thrusters on their back sides that can either give her a boost in speed on the ground (making it look like she's sliding along) or allow her to fly in the air (cute and functional).
- Machine Gun
Yuna has a small machine gun stored in her left arm.
When enraged, Yuna is able to fire multiple missiles from her backside.
- "Psychic Link"
To alert each other when one of them is in imminent trouble, one of the twins sends out a silent alarm of sorts that alerts the other that points them to their exact location.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
As her creator/father, Yuna cares a great deal for Akamashi, often sticking close to his side both in the lab and whenever they're out on the field.
Ana[edit | edit source]
As her twin, Yuna loves Ana very much. Even when she gets hurt whenever she calls her a weakling for not wanting to get into fights like she does, she can never find it in her to hate her.
As such, the two work as a yin and yang, needing each other to balance their extreme natures, with Yuna working as a restraining conduit to Ana's aggressive nature, without which she might go too far and end up like all the other robots that the Knights destroyed.
Lime[edit | edit source]
Notes[edit | edit source]
Yuna and Ana's role on the team is very similar to Más y Menos of the Teen Titans, another pair of young speedster twins who're at their strongest when they're together (of course, here, it's more metaphorical, as opposed to the literal way Más y Menos take it).