Sitara’s taken full advantage of the education system. She’s studied marketing, psychology, PR, and just about anything related to art, but most of her hacking ability is self-taught.
She thought moving away from the shallow LA culture to downtown SF would be a healthy change, but found hollow celebrities replaced by soulless tech giants. It’s a perfect place for her artistic rebellion – where culture is being crushed by cold industry. DedSec is her chosen tool to fight back and she’s carefully crafting the SF group in her image, making sure every public message is on-point and every logo packs a punch.
Sitara has a mean streak with a sense of humor. She suffers no fools, but she loves to troll them. Her suggestions for where to draw the line often don’t include a line. She believes the system has completely failed, and until it’s fixed, she’s not going to play nice.
She clicks with Marcus because they are both full-time rebels and very passionate about where DedSec is going. They both know it can be something bigger and they’ll work closely to do it. Sitara wants DedSec to be something to fear – which may create friction with other members, but offers a “devil on the shoulder” type of council for the player. Possible conflict arises when the group focuses more on the “lulz.” While she can party like the rest of them, Sitara sees too much fucking around as a waste of momentum. It will be a challenge to get her to stop and enjoy the trip once in a while.
Sitara's family originally hails from Los Angeles. She moved from LA to San Francisco to escape the "hollow celebrities" and "shallow LA culture", but soon discovered the hidden dark side of San Francisco and its various tech companies. She has a broad-based education, though whether or not she has a degree is unknown. Her studies have included marketing, public relations, psychology, and art.