A young native american close to the popular Pocahontas (although not featured in the 1980's Disney film). She is a lesser known girl, although a close relative to Pocahontas. She resembles a young girl, once sacrificed for the wealth of her native american tribe. In return, they received safety and privacy. At the young age of 4 years old, Tattiwana sacrificed herself to the foreigners, resulting in a violent death. But is often seen dancing in the Virginian forests. She was an inspiration to many Virginian people and children. So much so, she often visits people in her spiritual form who may need her help, in life decisions or problems, helping them realise they should put other's first and embrace their bravery. But within Tattiwana, is hidden anger. She enter's many people's childhood, and guides them. She was a lonely young tribal child, in need of a friend. But when Tattiwana becomes fondly attached to someone, she keeps them. And controls them. She will lock herself in their mind forever and eats their faeces. Subsequently, causing them to burp and fart continuously throughout the day.
Mona's daughter, Tarria, flew down the stairs
Mona said "Tarria, what are you doing?"
Tarria replied "Flying down the stairs, with Tattiwana"
Mona confirmed "sound"