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Vital Statistics!

Character NameNarzain
SpeciesD'Shanti (Formshifter); Lynx baseform
GenderMale
AgeOld enough to know better, but... *shrug*
Height5'8
Weight210 lbs. (baseform)

Outward Appearance

Fur/Skin/Scale ColourTawny fur w/darker spots. Dark fur on ears, hands & paws (with lighter highlights in ear-tufts).
Hair ColourDark reddish-brown, except when it isn't (hue & brightness tend to vary with his mood).
Eye ColourBright green. We're talking glow-in-the-dark here.
ClothingVaries greatly, spanning numerous time zones & worlds. Favors a tunic-style shirt with either baggy wrap pants or a kilt, or a long tunic. At larger sizes, is often seen in an "Industrial Grade Mayhem Dispenser" T-shirt and denim shorts.
AccessoriesAlso varies. Sometimes a walking stick (3/4 his height) or wooden practice sword. Has an odd penchant for floppy hats.
WeaponryUsually none; as a formshifter, he is his own weapon. Given his long experience, he can use most personal weapons, but seldom carries them.
Outstanding FeaturesHis claws are metallic silver. Since he has slight show-off tendencies, he often has some minor magical effect going on around him.

Personality & Background

PersonalityA bit on the vague side; capable of great things when he focuses, but easily distracted (usually). Open & friendly unless given a reason not to be. Think of him as chaos given form and order. Values his word very highly.
Background*Under Construction*
LikesLarge, round women. Plush toys. Mice (as pets!). Magnificent valor.
DislikesBullies, liars and those without honor. Spiders.
LocationAnywhere and everywhere. Has numerous homes, and finds new ones all the time.
OccupationItinerant wanderer. Extensive magical ability, mostly related to transformations. Jack of all trades, taking on odd jobs as needed (or at a whim) wherever he roams.

Just for Fun

Favourite Quote"Never underestimate the power of human stupidity." -- Robert Heinlein