Urne had bright blue eyes and hair. She kept her hair in a half ponytail and had bandages covering her right eye. She was seen wearing a beige sleeveless top and matching trousers with a blue sash around her waist. Urne used to accessorize with golden bangles and armlets.
She, like her twin sister, seems to have a very light-hearted, carefree and frivolous character, as seen when she comments that it's a shame M-21 must die when he's attractive. Both she and her twin sister apparently have crush on Juraki and are likely to follow him everywhere (according to Kentas). She, like her sister and other modified warriors, speaks of protecting her kind by killing their weaker members, showing that she too adjusted to the mindset. She also complains when she is outnumbered though she and her sister do the same. Both she and her sister are easily provoked.
Urne is a werewolf warrior and as such trains to protect her people. She, like the majority of warriors, accepted modifications, though it is unknown whether she did so before or after becoming one. Her upbringing is also unknown.
After catching Gayare off-guard, M-21 attempts to escape, however, his attempt is foiled by the sudden arrival of Urne and Mirai. Mirai tells him that she doesn't know where he was running off to, but she can't let him leave like this, while Urne tells him that he needs to finish what he started. Before M-21 can react, Gayare has caught up to them, declaring that he'll kill M-21.
Urne and Mirai are surprised by M-21's powers and wonder if he's an Elder from the Union, and that they didn't know such a Union Elder existed. The berate Gayare for getting beaten up by a human imitation of their clan. The twins continue watching the battle, commenting that it's too bad they have to get rid of M-21 since he's rather cute. Juraki orders the twins to create a barrier allowing Gayare to deliver a finishing strike without causing further damage to the city and its inhabitants. They are surprised to see that M-21 has survived the attack. For a moment, Mirai wonders if M-21 is indeed not one of them while Urne states that he could be of use to their people. Gayare is about to kill him, when Kentas steps in and tells them that he owes him on his honour as a werewolf warrior. To their surprise Juraki consents to this, adding that they'll take M-21 with them out of curiosity.
Urne is present when Maduke summons all the warriors together and declares Kentas a traitor to him and their entire clan. She and Mirai talk to Lunark about the rumours they've heard being circulated among the other warriors. They ask her when she's going to accept the new power since she's the only warrior left that hasn't done so, and that because of how close she was to Kentas the other warriors suspect that she might be a traitor too. They leave by suggesting she accept the new power soon, otherwise she could end up losing the Lord's favour.
A few days later, the warriors assemble again in the throne room. The twins are exasperated at Lunark's foolishness in ignoring their warning. Maduke foretells Lunark will return with Muzaka and orders the warriors to lay in wait for the traitors.
Urne and Mirai arrive at their Lord's side after witnessing the destruction of the castle. They ask about his condition. Maduke orders them to find the ones responsible for the attack and bring them before him. Before they can leave to fulfill their orders, an eye appears in the sky above them. Rozaria gathers energy for a second attack and unleashes her ultimate skill a second time. Maduke, Mirai and Urne are left stupefied by the sudden attack.
When Titan unleashes his full power and transforms, his aura is felt by everyone. Mirai, Urne, Lunark, M-21, Kei, Raskreia and Muzaka are all surprised by the power, while Maduke smiles knowing that Ignes has succeeded in reviving the beast.
They encounter Lunark and M-21 so they accuse her of not only betraying their race and bringing Muzaka, but also of destroying the Lord's castle. Incensed at her insulting the castle while she denies the accusation, they warn her to turn herself in and accept her punishment as a warrior. Lunark reminds them that they sacrificed the ones they were sworn to protect for power. The twins are outraged by the insinuation, however, Lunark agrees to accompany them in order to afford Muzaka the time to rescue Kentas and Garda. Lunark asks them to spare M-21 and let him go since he would be of no use, something Urne complies to by shooting an energy beam. To their surprise, Lunark blocks the attack and challenges them to a battle.
The fight is an uphill challenge for her due to the extraordinary regeneration ability of her opponents. M-21 enters the fray and takes on Urne. She suffers several blows since she is distracted by the fight between Lunark and her sister but Juraki's intervention relieves her and she defeats M-21. The latter is saved by the timely arrival of the RK. They overwhelm her and M-21 kills her by unleashing the phantom wolf attack.
Gayare: They are acquainted as they are both warriors and they share missions. Whether she is close with him is unknown as it seems to be in her personality to tease or mock even those she isn't close to.
Juraki: They often work together. Whether this is because they are close or because of her crush on him is unknown. The latter may be more likely as Kentas said that she and her sister would follow him everywhere.
Lunark: She seems to look down on Lunark due to her refusal to get modifications. Despite this she warns Lunark several times not to betray them or to turn herself in to preserve herself. Whether this is done out of duty or out of concern is unclear.
Mirai: They are twins and always found together. They appear to be extremely close and either have similar or the same tastes in general though this may just be in romance. Her death causes her sister to be enraged.
Maduke: He is the Lord of the Werewolves and as such she is under his order. She is loyal to him, considering him to always be right without question, as seen when she and her sister check on him after the castle is destroyed, and when they confront Lunark, telling her to surrender to him.
Warriors: As she is one, she is most likely acquainted with all of them.
Powers & Abilities
In addition to basic werewolf abilities, Urne and her twin sister have demonstrated proficiency in creating barriers. During the fight between M-21 and Gayare, they create a barrier to contain a powerful discharge of energy by Gayare.