Powers and Stats
Tier: At least 8-C, likely far higher
Name: Nepeta Leijon, the Rogue of Heart (title), arsenicCatnip (screen name), kittycat shipper cave girl
Age: 6 solar sweeps when first introduced (approximately 13 earth years), would currently be 7.4 solar sweeps were she not dead (approximately 16 earth years)
Classification: Troll, Oliveblood, Sgrub player, Rogue of Heart, Obsessed shipper, RP fanatic, Cat aficionado, Discount Wolverine
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Incredibly sharp pair of Action Claws, God-Tier powers include stealing souls, though she never attained these before her death
Attack Potency: At least Building level (Easily able to slice apart large monsters of this size), likely far higher (Able to fight incredibly well alongside Equius, and is even able to knock him over when surprise tackling him. This is something that almost no other troll can do.)
Speed: Unknown, likely Hypersonic (Able to keep up with Equius, often even surprising him with her speed)
Lifting Strength: Unknown, at least Superhuman (Easily able to carry any of the huge animals she kills back to her cave)
Durability: At least Building level, likely far higher (Equius' lusus is one of the strongest on Alternia, yet bruises when Equius so much as touches him. However, he is able to interact with Nepeta without any sort of issue)
Stamina: Incredibly high. Nepeta can fight and perform incredibly taxing moves for long periods of time without growing tired.
Range: Standard melee range
Standard Equipment: Claw Gloves (later upgrades to Action Claws), Cat themed hat and tail, Shipping Wall
Intelligence: While Nepeta is by no means stupid, she can often be naive regarding those around her (she is implied to have some sort of disorder), making it difficult to determine her full capabilities. She also appears to have some form of autism, but this does not seem to hinder her nearly as much mentally as it does socially.
Weaknesses: Nepeta can sometimes have difficulty taking things seriously or understanding the severity of a situation.