Kaede drawn by Legend author Marie Lu
| General Information|
|Fate:||Deceased - shot near the end of Prodigy|
| Physical Information|
|Hair:||short black hair|
|Enemies:||The Republic of America|
|“|| Change course and get this one... Split the
Kaede is a part of the Patriots and helps Day and June escape The Republic after June pays her a large sum of money to her. Kaede is known to be involved in many 'Skiz' fights. Kaede and June met when Kaede tried fighting with Tess, when June interfered. June and Kaede ended up fighting, and June broke her arm when Kaede stabbed her. She was killed in Prodigy by a barrage of bullets while crash-landing in Denver trying to get Day and June to the Republic in time to escape the Colonies.
In Legend, Kaede is described as having a short black, bobbed haircut with green eye shadow. She also sports a vine tattoo on her neck that continues onto her back.
The name Kaede is Japanese, suggesting that Kaede is of Japanese descent.
Early Life Edit
Kaede grew up along one of the Colonies’ eastern coastlines, where it borders the South Atlantic. She was accepted into an Airship Academy where she became one of the best pilots in training. One of the pilots there was jealous of her and tried to push her over the edge of their airship. During the incident, the subject damaged one of Kaede's eyes. She accidentally killed her attacker when she knocked him out because of this, Kaede was no longer sponsored and she went to the Republic.
Life with Patriots Edit
In Prodigy, Kaede mentions she cares about getting people living normal lives. She joins the Patriots in hopes of accomplishing this. Additionally, Razor pays her and occasionally lets her fly.
After Day was captured, Kaede took care of Tess. Tess later became a medic for the Patriots.
Kaede, Day, and June steal a Colonies jet to go to the Republic and save Anden. After Kaede evades their aerial pursuers and penetrates the Armor, she loses control and crash-lands into the streets of Denver. She is killed by the impact and a barrage of bullets from shocked Republic soldiers.