Arbora doesn’t recall a lot of how she came to be free, but she thinks it has something to do with the Aztlan-Amazonian conflict. In any case, she is an aloof character, not seeming to have any kind of grand objective. She only seems to get serious when the forest is threatened by encroaching industrialization or natural disaster threatens what she sees as her domain.

Arbora manifests as a humanoid female, made from intertwined vines, thorns and tree bark. Most times, she smiles and her eyes glow with the light of fireflies. When angered or alarmed, the smile vanishes, the thorns bristle and her fingers elongate into sharp barbs, taking on a much more vengeful appearance.