"That's all I do anyway. Waste time. There's nothing left in me that isn't wasted."
Fubuki is a constant slave to her anger. She is desperate to destroy everything which infuriates her; numerous beyond count and ever-present, she sees everything that sets her off as an excuse to exercise her deviant behavior.
Her personality couldn't come as much of a surprise when compared with her father's. A dedicated member of Serenity's police force, his career was more centered around the "legal thrills" that the profession offered than the chance to administer justice to Serenity's stray lambs. Low on the chain of command, he wasn't even authorized to carry a tranquilizer gun; but that didn't stop him from pursuing criminals--and violence--with zeal.
His zealousness did not serve him well. On the verge of a promotion, he became involved with a gun fight between rival drug gangs. He was caught in the crossfire. His funeral honored him as a matyr for the queen.
But Fubuki's mother was convinced she knew "the truth" of he situation. Her father had sinned. By seeking sport in hurting others, he had condemned himself. Soon Fubuki's mother was following the Church of Serenity, a religion which preached that Serenity was the return of god.
Even though Fubuki was young at the time, she admired her father more than anyone. So when her mother started preaching her ideas about her father and forcing her to accompany her every sunday to Church, Fubuki became bitter. She became even more bitter when her mother began to neglect her in favor of a high-paying corporate career. Though she pretended to like her mother's lack of attention since it gave her newfound independence, part of her was still attached to the family they had once been.
But Fubuki knew how to get her revenge and find her escape. She became violent and unruly. She started taking drugs. She swore constantly in her mother's presence. Soon, she also began to blame Serenity for her father's death. It was her fault, she reasoned, for not giving him a way to defend himself. No would could, with nothing but a "fucking stick."
So when Kouken tells her that she is, in fact, Sailor Miranda, Fubuki has mixed feelings. On one had, some "lame squirrel" is trying to involve her in an age-old conflict for which she has no concern, and even worse, force her to wear a really ugly uniform. On the other hand, her revenge on those she hates may finally be at hand....