“The world of animals exists around and within the world of the name giver.”
All the beasts of Narosia are the children of Vale. She is their keeper and protector and she assumes their form to move among them.
“That which separates predator from prey is the essence of ferocity.”
She is warmed by passion, instinct, and desire. When civility gives way to raw emotion, only then is Vale truly pleased. She rarely converses, speaking only to communicate warning or command, and is not one to debate. Vale is never envious or bitter and she does not hold grudges. However, if she is crossed her fury in the moment is unparalleled.
“The eyes of the heart provide not sight but awareness.”
Her heart is feral and she embodies instinct, an innate understanding of the world that triggers the appropriate response. Violence is in her nature only in so far as it is a part of the natural order.