Runs through the battlefield wielding a FA-MAS discovered at the site of a French embassy in Minato, Tokyo. Originally from the hills of Kobe. Possibly because of her origins, she has a way of speaking like she's looking down on you, but she doesn't mean any offense (or should).
FA MAS - The Bullpup Rifle Used By the French Military
The FA-MAS was formally adopted into the French military in 1977. It features a bullpup design with its magazine being stored in the stock, behind the grip. Because of this it has an overall short length. A bipod is standard with it to help increase accuracy, and a bayonet can be installed at the top of the barrel. Incidentally, countries that have adopted it are often ex-French territories.