Nari is an eight-tailed fox sage.
She is born missing a tail and uses her bead to use magic. She grew up training with the nine-tailed fox, Garam. Because of her missing tail, she lacks magic powers and trained with the help of Garam. While in a long sleep in the form of a stone statue, she was awakened from desperate rituals and prayers from villagers asking for help.
She does want to allure everyone with her cute and adorable looks but detests being treated like a child. She bluntly plays the role of a cute kid, but when the opponent falls for it and treats her like one, she becomes instantly angry for thinking of her as a naive kid. Because of her short temper, she tends to be unexpectedly frank.
She may look like a child, but she has lived long ages. She speaks plainly to everyone and tends to blow on her own trumpet, which often makes her appear like a repulsive child. She's very wise and acts as the sage, helping humans in trouble. She also has old-fashioned taste compared to her looks. She likes "sweet and savory" butterscotch candy and prefers "hot" tea than cold drinks that make her tummy cold.