Their Importance: In her original appearances, she’s from a poor farming family. Her powers manifest as earthquakes, leading her to be seen as a “witch” to her village and moves away. She is the only asexual character I can think of that is portrayed as a person who happens to be asexual, and not a caricature for asexuality. She isn’t the oddball of the group or treated like she was weird for being ace, but her asexuality is still addressed. In an issue of The Movement, a major character, Mouse, has a crush on her and tries to flirt with her. When she realizes that he has a thing for her, she gently shuts him down, explaining that she isn’t into him because she just doesn’t feel any attraction to anybody.