Seeing as her father was once a wild tokota, difficult to tame, Hyacinth always had a wild hair running through her, making her quite the challenge for anyone unfamiliar with tokota instincts. Although she can be handled by the right person, her innate instincts are prominent and often take over, especially when she feels threatened. For this reason, she received the name Hyacinth. According to those who have encountered her, she is like a poisonous flower- beautiful, but dangerous. Despite this, not many people refer to her with her actual name. Instead, they use her nicknames, which have ominous connotations.