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Reese appears as a young girl with light green hair swept to her right, with green eyes and fair complexion. She also wears two black facial markings on her cheeks.
Reese's attire reflects a skater motif. She wears a dark purple hooded sweater over a mauve sweater. She also wears black shorts, as well as knee pads and elbow pads on her arms and legs. She wears black shoelaced high top sneakers.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Reese's weapon is a bladed hoverboard capable of transforming into twin pistols. She is able to ride on the hoverboard to swiftly navigate battlefields, whilst also fluidly switching to using it as a shield and melee weapon. For ranged attacks, she can throw her hoverboard in addition to using its twin pistol form. Her hoverboard can also incorporate fire Dust, allowing her to create fiery blasts and generate heat, or ice Dust allowing her to freeze enemies.
She is shown to be quite adept at hand-to-hand combat, parrying and matching Blake's attacks aggressively. However, she also embarrassingly fails to make an acrobatic jump, instead falling squarely on her tailbone. Given that she had been fighting on her hoverboard until that point, she potentially forgot to account for how she was landing on slippery ice. She was also easily deceived by Blake's clones, despite the fact that Blake had previously created several against her, which may indicate a lack of foresight, situational awareness or just plain gullibility.
Reese and her team are students at Haven Academy, from the kingdom of Mistral. Her team journeyed to participate in the 40th Vytal Festival combat tournament, hosted by the kingdom of Vale, but were defeated by Team RWBY in the team round of the tournament.
- Reese is an English name meaning "ardent, fiery". The word fiery has many definitions, including, "consisting of fire or burning strongly and brightly, having the bright color of fire, or a person having a passionate, quick-tempered nature".
- Chloris is derived from the Greek word χλωρός (chloros) meaning "green", especially in relation to youth and vigor. Chloris, in Greek mythology, was a nymph associated with spring, flowers, and new growth.