Gin was a young girl with silver hair worn in a long ponytail. She wore a sleeveless trench coat with a dark belt, black tights, boots and gloves.
Gin was quite aggressive and pushy towards her team-mates, especially Remus, calling them "dimwits". She seemed to be ambitious as she wanted to become a successful assassin to catch up to the Elite Seven and possibly get accepted into it. She was also quite prideful as she claimed that she was trembling with excitement when in truth, she was afraid.
Gin was among the children picked for training as the Empire's assassins. Since she lacked the necessary skills naturally, she had to be given performance-enhancing drugs. Along with the rest of her group, she learned to kill using death row prisoners as targets, executing them.
During their first field mission Gin was one of the survivors along with Natala and Kurome. They lost Womyn. Remus was heavily wounded and got euthanized by the group's leader. However, the three survivors were still punished since their group was the only one to have casualties; they were locked up in a basement with no drugs to support them.
After Elite Seven helped them, Gin killed Jamo in revenge. Before death Jamo told her that the Empire was the one who attacked the tomb of the first emperor in Putra to steal the treasure. They were only trying to protect themselves but she didn't believe him.
Gin was later assigned, with Kurome and Natala, to Elite Seven for the same time. While they were resting, Gin offered to Natala to have her first time with him, but he fainted. After some time Oarburgh clan attacked Elite Seven hideout. Merraid fought with Gin. Mera won and killed Gin by exploding her from inside using her danger beasts.
Equipment and Skills
As one of the survivors of the fatal survival test The Empire initiated to find suitable candidates for their Assassination Unit and being given the Kill Rank No.10, it can be assumed that Gin possessed above average physical abilities that allowed her survive in comparison to an average candidate who died in the test,However despite this, her innate skills were still deemed inferior to the Elite Seven and as such she was instead relegated to the secondary unit.
During actual battle Gin uses a large butcher/kitchen knife like sword with enough skill to overpower above average soldiers and fighters.
Due to not being as innately talented as the Elite Seven,Gin was instead given various Performance Enhancing Drugs during the course of her childhood training as an assassin that greatly enhanced her speed,strength,reflexes and endurance to the point that she could easily overpower far more experienced soldiers and warriors with brute strength alone,However the cost of these enhancements severely shortened her life-span and puts an immense strain in her brain and body and as a result of this,Gin begins to suffer severe withdrawal symptoms should she not take her medicines in a set amount of time.
- Gin's name means "silver" in Japanese. It may be a reference to her hair color.