With a tall stature and heavyset body built like a rock, V'yr Vorsa towers over most average people. Vines of different thicknesses form the majority of her autumn-colored hair and feather out across the top of her forehead, merging with the skin in strange, gourd-like shapes.
Vorsa's eyes, golden with green accents, are crowned by natural fibers, deliberately similar to eyelashes. These fibers also form her eyebrows, while her sharp, hawk-like nose bridges her well defined cheeks. Her naturally blue-colored lips strongly contrast against her golden-yellow skin.
Vorsa has few distinguishing marks, apart from those features that make her stand out even amongst the aliens of the galaxy. To those keen eyed individuals who notice, her hair looks to be in constant motion, akin a living creature hanging from her head, and her forehead is adorned with three parallel vertical lines of unknown origin. The only blemish she bears is a prominent scar-like deformation on the skin on her back.
At heart, V'yr Vorsa is a teacher who takes the philosophy of the Living Force to heart when she educates the students at the Praxeum. She believes that those Jedi who follow the same philosophy must strive to maintain balance within themselves and their surroundings to avoid imbalance within the universe as a whole. Teaching is a great joy for her, she embraces the fulfillment it offers and gives freely her centuries of wisdom and knowledge to those willing to listen and learn. Though her vision of the grand scale and plan of the Force is clearer than ever, not everyone freely accepts her teachings. Often her teachings may oppose or even contradict traditional Jedi knowledge and doctrine, which brings her into conflict with other Jedi teachers.
Vorsa's years of meditation have afforded her a critical look into Jedi philosophy, which she finds well-meaning but ultimately flawed and self-destructive at the core. She has learned to experience emotions as a boon, rather than restricting them and fighting her nature. It has made her life hard, as it does any Jedi who truly opens to the truth, but it has also fulfilled her in a way few other Jedi can understand. Her training affords her clarity in combat, but her meditation and a deep connection with the Living Force affords her a release from hate and malice towards anyone, only sadness remains for those who are lost in her eyes. Her philosophy and lack of aggression often lead her to consider the best in people first, leaving the Neti open to attack from many angles.
V'yr Vorsa maintains an aura of formality about her that many of her compatriots take kindly to. Ever polite and courteous towards those she considers worthy of respect, she is oftentimes seen bowing even to her students and those considered of lesser status than her. While this may seem shameful to many people from higher classes, to those of lower birth it is a sure sign that the Neti considers them her equals. Her behavior is looked down on in court, often to the point of open hostility when nobles and royalty consider it aberrant or subversive to their ways.
V'yr Vorsa has a tendency to appear ethereal and graceful to those of other mortal species. While not intentional, this behavior stems from a four century-long life of focus, balance of character, and wisdom.. She is often the one others turn to for guidance and leadership in dire need, always at the tip of the spear in battle or the voice of reason in the Council chamber. A paragon of balance, she is a fixed point in space and time people can cling to in dire situations. As such, she is often unable to find solace in anyone but herself. She finds comfort in her family, in meditation, and in the Force, but sometimes even those are not enough to console her.
On the field of battle, V'yr Vorsa is like a powerful hurricane, at peace and tranquil within while her body lashes out like thunderclouds. But just like a hurricane, she is slow to move, rarely doing anything without forethought or patience. Enemies find her to be firmly rooted, hard to move from a spot she has chosen to make her stand on, and particularly hard to manipulate into a disadvantageous position. This quality turns into a disadvantage when opponents force her out of position through other means, manipulating her actions through otherwise dishonorable methods.
Usually considered a volatile form in most Jedi circles, V'yr Vorsa's Vapaad is akin to a fast-running stream or a river that washes away the overwhelming feelings of anger, aggression, and rage, leaving only tranquility and an inner peace that grants her clarity in combat. But, even with her unparalleled focus and many years of expertise, things can always go awry in the heat of battle. When she is in a perpetual battle with herself, often fighting on two fronts at once, it becomes hard to focus and she begins to lose her step. It can be extremely draining, especially in very hostile environments, and may eventually lead her to an early grave.