Description[edit | edit source]
Unlike the Za-Lord's Guard, she has a thirst for battle. She also despises pizza and prefers to eat healthier food like celery such as is provided by Molly Carpenter. Lacuna claims that Ace owes her for services rendered and that he does not like Dresden.
Captain Hook is almost as tall as Toot-Toot. Dressed all in black with and covered in a fish hook armor, Dresden first nicknames the fairy "Captain Hook". Lacuna carries an actual sword, of which Toot-Toot seems to be quite jealous.
Without her helmet, Lacuna was gorgeous. Her black hair was in a foot-long braid, she had huge black eyes, paper-white skin with deep purple tattoos that shifted, faded and reappeared. Her features were long and lean. Lacuna had an elegant, dangerous beauty.
In the series[edit | edit source]
Cold Days[edit | edit source]
In Cold Days, Lacuna's group attack Harry Dresden and nearly defeat him using nails until they are frightened away by an illusion of cats cast by Molly Carpenter. Dresden captures her when the hooks on her armor get caught on his jacket, and taken prisoner; she invokes Winter Law making her effectively Dresden's vassal; she is however not cooperative when Dresden interrogates her. Smitten Toot-Toot offers Lacuna a watermelon candy, which she refuses with a punch to his face.
Skin Game[edit | edit source]
Battle Ground[edit | edit source]
In Battle Ground, Lacuna appears behind Redcap, holding her lance on the back of his neck as she explains she will one day end Toot-Toot' miserable life. Harry Dresden calls for their help with him to defend Chicago city Ethniu and King Corb's army, claiming that all the pizzas are in danger. After Toot-Toot calls the Za-Lord's Guard, Lacuna joins him leading the army of Little Folk to battle.