I choose the dark side!
The name "Athacea" (or Greek αθακεια) is a combination of Athena, the goddess of wisdom and war, and Panacea, the goddes of healing and health (a panecea could also mean: cure of all diseases). This young warrior woman is a healer and as she was born in the underworld, she belongs to the dark (they need doctors too!).
She was adopted by Hades and Persephone and although Hades did not want her as a daughter ast first, he has grown very fond of her. When it became apparant she had healing abilities, he trained her and later on recruited her as a healer in his dark army.
Athacea is not allowed to spend time outside of the Underworld apart from particpating in battles, but with a little help from her adoptive mother Persephone she sometimes slips out and wanders the woods in the dark.
She has quite a sassy attitude, she can be a smartass and she is very fond of dark creatures.
The butterfly, on which I am basing the colour palette, is a 'Panacea Prola'
butterfly, (which is part of the Nymphalidae family). Also thinking about incorporating the insect in the design!