Melina, The Guardian of Doubt, is role-played by Orion's Dagger.
When Melina was ten, her mother had met up with an old friend. This friend had joined a troupe of travelling musicians in the years that he'd last met Melina's mother. It was the day of a major festival in the area, and all of the inns in the city were full. Remembering his friend he decided to seek her out and see if she would help them. Melina however was opposed to her mother's apparent eagerness to let them into their home. The next day Melina was the only one left in her home. Her mother, the traveling musicians, the servants, they had all disappeared. Except her mother's friend. He had stayed behind singing a song somewhere within the house. Melina's mind sealed those next few hours off from her mind. Impossible crazy things had happened during this, but she couldn't handle it. She doesn't even remember what music is anymore, however sometimes the mere sound of a tune will put her into an unresponsive state for an unknowable amount of time. She lived on the streets for two years after that event. Melina was found by Hephaestus when she was age twelve. She never told him how she ended up in the state he found her, broken and tattered, and he never asked. Melina was put to work as his assistant so that she could "earn her keep." On her seventeenth birthday, an untimely event changed her life. Although she's never shared the details with anyone, she became a guardian because of it, and distanced herself from other people. Even Hephaestus himself at first, but after a time she decided he was someone she was sure she could trust.
Melina is willowy and tall, her grey eyes seem to read a person's very soul and have been described as extremely unsettling. Her hair is a shining black with several streaks of jade green. She wears a long grey dress as well as a pair of grey gloves.
Melina can understand a person and bring doubt to them using what she knows about them. Besides this Melina can also use slips of paper to separate people almost permanently after they have lost sight of each other for even a moment. Using Hephaestus' Umbrella she can shy off any force headed at her, be it wind, water, stones, or even light, sympathy, and love.
- The word aporia is a word that in some ways means "the expression of doubt"