Nigrum Lacedaemoniaeque, ever since she was a foal, used to play-fight like one of the colts. She was still friends with some of the other fillies, but mostly hung out with the colts. So, she grew up as a tomboy. Some fillies and mares frowned upon her actions and how she acted because they’d see it to be too rough for them/their offspring. Lacey never cared what the others thought, as she’s always considered herself to be a free spirit.
However, her lack of care for others’ ideas wasn’t just that. She never really listened to others, so she’s been in a few fights when she was younger. Of course, she’s become a little less ignorant to others’ thoughts and such as she’s grown, as well as becoming much more observant. She grew up to be a better listener, but also a better fighter. A much better fighter.
Lacey may have a sweet nickname, but she's not so sweet when she's fighting. She likes to prance around her enemy to taunt them and will nip at them to mess with their minds, then she'll lunge at them with her fangs ready to sink into their flesh once they've become too aggravated for her to continue her mind games, or tired. She's rather intelligent, can go a while without rest, and is a persistent, determined fighter. She gets more violent once she's cornered, seeing it as a sign she's losing the battle and possibly her life, and will strike out with her studded-shoed hooves, bite, or even head-butt the opponent. However, one of her more obvious weaknesses is that she has a short temper, and goes into a frenzy of rage and violence if she can't do anything else/her opponent hasn't sustained enough injuries for her to have the upper hand. Many would assume, by her small stature, that she's vulnerable and weak. But don't judge a book by its cover.