|Date of Birth||April 8|
|Location||Unknown village in Auster|
|Main Weapon(s)||Phoenix Lance|
|Ability/ies|| High-level Mephoru rider|
Mid-level Fire magic
|Family and Relations|
Latti, alongside her Mephoru ally Aegis, is a mascot and prominent character of the racing game Featherweight. She is one of the youngest racers in the game, as well as the main character in the game's story mode.
Latti is the typical hero character - upbeat, optimistic, and always willing to help others. However, her devotion to others is shadowed constantly by her devotion to Aegis, whom she will put before anything and everything else - a flaw that has been taken advantage of time and time again. She is also more fiercely competitive than other heroes, and is always seeking for new and interesting ways to prove her worth in races and other various pastimes. Once she finds a new outlet for her skills, she tends to jump into into without looking to see how well things will go for her in the long run. She tends to geek out a bit on the subject of the Feather Cup Grand Prix, and can talk the ear off of anyone who will dare to listen to the latest aerodynamics of Aegis' latest armor design or her newest strategy for her magic.
Latti is most skilled on the saddle of a Mephoru. She is a capable racer, and can outmatching even the most experienced Mephoru riders when she's with Aegis. She is less skilled at combat, having only used the Phoenix Lance - her weapon of choice - a couple of times after receiving it, and so her most commonly-used strategy is always to keep foes at bay with her offense in order to give Aegis more space to move around in. Like most other Humans in Auster, she has a natural knack for magic. Most of her magic is focused around offensive flames or speedy movement, with her signature spell Trailblazer combining the two categories together.
Latti and Aegis are one of the initial teams that players can use in Featherweight. They are a balanced team that specializes in movement, with Latti's magic granting her extra ways to traverse the track or to constrict rivals' movement.