Fiona is a young woman with short white hair. She has sheep ears as her Faunus trait, and olive eyes with earrings on her ears.
Fiona wears a green and black coat over a white and olive shirt, keeping a pin with the Happy Huntresses' emblem on the left side of her chest. She wears a red belt, as well as black pants and grey boots.
Fiona appears to be extremely loyal to Robyn Hill, being one of her trusted companions. She has a bleeding heart, opting to help her people in Mantle rather than pursuing glory in the Atlesian military.
In "A Night Off", Fiona shows she's easily flustered by crowds, eagerly cheering them on. She appears to have a bright outlook on life, seeing Robyn's campaign in an optimistic view under the belief it will help Mantle get out of its situations.
Fiona is protective of Robyn, and tries to shrug off injuries caused by Tyrian Callows to avoid worrying her.
Prior to the start of the series, Fiona attended and graduated as a top student from Atlas Academy. Rather than joining the military, she decided to help Robyn Hill pursue a career as a politician in Mantle.
She made her debut in "Pomp and Circumstance", where she and Joanna Greenleaf watched Amity Colosseum and James Ironwood's entourage arrive at the Schnee Dust Company Mine #2, gathering intel on their mission.
In "Sparks", Fiona and Robyn blocked a barricade in the tundras of Solitas, waiting for the vehicle that Ruby Rose, Penny Polendina, Clover Ebi and Qrow Branwen were riding in, in order to find out why large sources of Dust are being transported to Amity Colosseum. After a stand-off, the Happy Huntresses agreed to let them through, deciding they'd find out why all the Dust is being transported to Amity, no matter what it took.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Fiona is a skilled fighter as one of Atlas Academies' top graduates.
Her weapon is one of the Happy Huntress' standardized weapons; two bladed crossbows connected by a staff.
- Main article: Semblance#Fiona Thyme
Fiona's Semblance seemingly allows her absorb and store matter into herself through the palm of her hand.
- The name "Fiona" can be considered either a Latinised form of the Gaelic word fionn, meaning "white", "fair". or an Anglicisation of the Irish name Fíona (derived from an element meaning "vine").
- Thyme is a green herb used in cooking that grows in spring.
- Fiona likely alludes to Friar Tuck from the legend of Robin Hood.