Skuld is a member of the Volusia Clan of the Feline Matriarchate and has set up her underground bio-research facility in the Andlang Citadel at the city of Midgård. She is a member of the 13 Crests, a group of high-ranking Feline leaders.
The Great Race War
Battle of Midgård
During the eponymous battle, Skuld entered the Temple Prime, the headquarters of the Crystal Guard. After the mission, she joined up with the Civil Forces unit beneath Midgård and raided the canine sector with her Valkyrie Cadre. Having recovered the sacred spear Gungnir, she stormed the canine hangar bays, but arrived too late to stop the final transport from taking off. Wasting no time, she ordered the Knave Team, a feline fighter unit to pursue and force the freighter to a controlled crash.
Aftermath of the Battle of Midgård.
Skuld was informed by Commander Taaryn, that an unidentified saurian mercenary ship had crashed while pursuing Odin. Deciding to investigate and inspect the damage on the city, she found the mercenary to be carrying the Headpiece of Thoth, an artefact of great value. In a move of 'gratitude', she offered to save the mercenary's life at the price of the exclusive customership.
At some time later, she found and recovered a war-orphan Zisa from the streets of Midgård. In an uncharacteristic move, she takes the young smilodon as her apprentice and adoptive daughter.
Later, Skuld would personally see each of the initial Breakout competitor, Meru, Artika, Rixli and Tatl. Her reason to both determine, and to offer them a suitable reward for competing at her tournament.    
She has a fair, light-gray fur and raven-coloured, shaggy hair that extends well into her shoulders. Her eyes are yellow and she had three vertical scars that extend across her left eye She has a prosthetic tail and generally wears a medical/mechanic overalls and black gloves, suggesting an utmost passion for her craft.
Personality & Abilities
She is a proud, hyper-intelligent woman who enjoyes in excerting mental & physical control over her canine and saurian captives. Most of her "hands-on" research is focused at enhancing their combat potential by testing experimental technologies on prisoners. Thus, revealing a deep-rooted belief of feline's superiority at the expense of the other races. Being a sponsor of the Breakout games, she also has a vain side in her by having her test-subjects compete against one another, simply for the feline's sport.
Despite her outward cruelty and callous nature, Skuld exhibits a mysterious, motherly connection to the young feline war-orphan, Zisa Arceth-Saberion, whom she has taken as her personal protege and apprentice.