18 (Volume 4)
Purplish-blue, Turquoise, Light Green, Black
Koa Malach is a member of Team PMKS and second year student at Haven Academy as of Volume 4. His emblem, ribbons tied around a thistle branch, and aura are both purplish-blue, and his weapons of choice are his Dual Ballistic Dust Sabres (DBDS) named Nightbane Ashes.
He belongs to Emerald Rose.
Koa has pale white skin, dark blue hair worn wrapped around a silver circlet, and dark gray eyes.
Koa wears a sparkly long-sleeved fitted shirt colored in a purplish-blue, turquoise, and light green gradient, fitted black trousers with his emblem printed onto the left thigh that bag near his black boots, and gloves - the left being a purplish-blue and the right a light green.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Nightbane Ashes are Dual Ballistic Dust Sabres (DBDS) that Koa made during combat school. They have normal appearances for sabres, with curves blades and guards over the knuckles on the hilts. The blades can disconnects from the hilt, however, by pressing a button, which opens them up like a hatch. This allows Dust bullets to be shot from the hilts, usually Ice Dust bullets.
- His favorite food is sweet potato casserole.
- His favorite drink is raspberry tea.
- His favorite flower is the crane's-bill.
- He has narcissistic personality disorder, causing him to have exaggerated feelings of self-importance, an excessive need for admiration, and a lack of understanding of others' feelings.
- He suffers from recurrent brief depression, which lasts approximately 6-12 times per year, typically 2-4 days. Despite the short duration of the depressive episodes, such episodes are severe and suicidal ideation and impaired function is rather common.
- He is panromantic/pansexual.
- His design is based off of Ice Skating.
- Koa is short for "koamaru", a faded blue-purple color
- Malach is short for malachite, a copper carbonate hydroxide mineral. This opaque, green banded mineral crystallizes in the monoclinic crystal system, and most often forms botryoidal, fibrous, or stalagmitic masses, in fractures and spaces, deep underground, where the water table and hydrothermal fluids provide the means for chemical precipitation