This player, Omori Chiharu, is property of The Redundant Button.
|Age||15 (Beginning of Aincrad arc)|
|Occupation||High school student|
|VRMMORPGs Played||Sword Art Online|
|Base of Operations||Lunaris|
|Primary Skill||One-Handed Rapier|
|First Appearance||Chapter 26: Six Degrees of Separation|
Omori Chiharu, known as Nataliya, is one of the 10,000 people trapped in Sword Art Online. She is a supporting character in the fan fiction Misfortune Made Her Sword. She began to game as a solo player, made her way to the front lines early on, and joined Ursa Minor shortly before the guild made their debut in the 26th floor boss raid.
Nataliya is a slim, narrow-shouldered girl of average height. She has dyed purple hair that she wears cropped short in the back with the front left longer and swept to the left.
Nataliya is a notably polite individual, and typically business-like in her more casual relationships. Although she makes herself out to be of a rather polite and modest disposition, she is self-satisfied and fiercely competitive: the latter even leading her to refuse an offer to join the KoB shortly after it's founding solely out of distaste for sitting in the shadow of the guild's vice commander.
Arc 2: Saudade
Sword Art Online
- Level: 37
- Duelist's Second-Intention (One-Handed Rapier)
|One-Handed Rapier||Light Metal Equipment||Sprint||Search||Parry|
- Nataliya identifies as asexual and aromantic.
- (To Renee) "A word of advice: don't go in trying to appease them. You'll be seen as meek as mother-may-I and spend the rest of your time trying to claw your way out from under Lind's foot."
- "Simple: Lag saw you sneaking about. He, of course, told Sveva and she in turn told me. Don't worry, I haven't told anyone. Although Ashe has her suspicions."
- "(To Nori) "No, I'll happily go on about all the ways your ancestors are no doubt rolling in their graves at having a descendant thus encumbered by logical fallacies such as you."
- "Thank you, but I hope I never see you again."
- "There's nothing about me that makes me inherently better or worse than anyone else. I put in the work and they didn't. That's all there is to it."
- (To Sveva) "People are pretty, sure. But like paintings. I don't like paint."
- "Let somebody I'm less fond of risk their life."
- "I can't cover for you anymore. You can't hide this and I will not be complicit. Either you tell them or I do it for you."