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Jigsaw's fur is a buff gold color with orange stripes along her body (including two stripes through her eyes), brown hair (with optional blue accents), and a cream-colored chest/belly. Her eyes are blue except when transformed into her Zombie form, a "powered-up" form she transforms into when she is exceptionally damaged, enraged, or otherwise starving for blood.
She is just under five feet tall, with a modest build.
When in Zombie mode, her fur is grayed, and her eyes are black with red pupils/irises in the standard "Dead Eyes" form of the Dead Inside.
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As the protagonist of the cyberpunk webcomic Last Res0rt, Jigsaw Forte is a professional violinist turned reality show combatant and Executioner. She is the Captain of Team Andromeda (which consists of herself and her human accomplice, Daisy Archanis.)
Jigsaw is shown at the "beginning" of her transformation into a vampire, as she slowly learns of her newfound status as well as how 'dangerous' the Celeste consider her for being a non-human vampire.
Although the story has already revealed that Jigsaw is a vampire (or at least most similar to one, since according to Damien it's impossible for vampires to be anything but human), she is unaware of this fact aside from the few abilities she has developed thus far, such as picking up on the thoughts of others. However, a few people, such as the Celeste Arikos, are able to tell straight away that she is 'different'.
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In real life, Jigsaw (also known as Rachel Keslensky) is a freelance artist, focusing on figure illustration in general (and the furry fandom in specific).
Jigsaw currently attends several Atlanta-area conventions, including Furry Weekend Atlanta, as well as local anime conventions and 'hacker' cons.
Jigsaw was a featured interviewee for the New Times SLO 2008 cover article, FUR-ther, with her artwork featured on the cover.