bring me a dream
Bonnie the doe is a physical manifestation of all things pure, innocent,
. In essence, she is the spirit of childhood and imagination, protector of the youth and gentility that has died out in so many adults.
The idea behind this deer is the concept of distraction. Whenever something bad happens, we remind ourselves of the good times when things were rose-colored and happy. In doing so, we eliminate some of the negative emotions assigned to the present and thus become more relaxed and open minded.
Bonnie's story takes place in the year of 1941, in the middle of World War II. She is an American deer, and while her initial duty is to protect against foreign terrors, she is quickly forced to fend off nightmares on American soil once the US joins the war. Although her initial tendencies are to maintain the innocent and oblivious nature of children, the war quickly alters her duties into something a bit more helpful to the soldiers of the time.
It might be easier to imagine Bonnie as the Red Cross for mental or spiritual trauma as opposed to physical injury - her war is not against disease, but against less definite foes such as nightmares, fear, anxiety, flashbacks - anything that feeds off the negative emotions of the human mind.
Those fighting overseas are exposed to these emotions on a daily basis. Even when the battle is over, the war continues in their minds. So that's where Bonnie comes in - she helps these people protect themselves against invisible foes.
How does Bonnie fight these foes? In essence, her aura is the most pure in existence, so pure that it can eliminate darkness. Bonnie can manipulate her aura, aiming powerful beams and bursts of light at her enemies, eliminating him. Despite her abilities, if Bonnie faces a large amount of enemies, she will have difficulties defeating them.
Below I have filled out a personality chart for Bonnie. Please drag it to your URL bar if you feel like reading it!