The character and languages (Known or Want to Learn)
Thrip knows two languages: Common and LOUD COMMON. If you ask her, she knows about forty and made up five herself.
Khiel knows common, but communicates practically exclusively through miming when he has to. It can be a fairly uncomfortable and stressful experience.
His clan passed on stories verbally and never had much use for the written word, he’s not the sharpest reader and writing (and learning to write decently) is a daunting task.
Later, he does attempt to learn whatever the Wildstar variant of an official sign language is, mostly in order to express himself more clearly to those closest to him.
Q:Rift!Khiel: ½ --- Rift!Slee: ¥ --- SWTOR!Khiel: (´ q ` ” ) --- WildStar!Thrip: ± --- Istaria!Khiel: ☂ --- Istaria!Slee: ⊙﹏☉--- SWTOR!Ladon: ↔
Q:( =①ω①=) † for Aurin!Thrip
What animals the character likes and if they have a pet/pets:
The worst ones. The more majestically awful a creature is, the more enthused she’ll be about it. Especially if the animal happens to be large, noisy, wantonly messy, etc etc.
Thrip’s home clan was almost exclusively arboreal, in very densely foliaged jungle. Any predators were the sorts you’d never see until it was (probably) too late. She doesn’t remember much about Arboria, but some things are drilled into kids early. Thus, the concept of a completely in-your-face rampage-around beast of an animal is a bit of a novelty. They’re exciting. And you can see them coming! From miles away.
As far as pets go, any she’d be likely to claim would probably suffer atrocious actual care paired with a lot of doting, heavily-anthropomorphizing affection. Tipping an entire jar of food into the fishbowl because he ‘asked really nicely’ for more, for example. Best intentions gone awry. Adult supervision required for any possible pet survival.
(She’d argue that a stemdragon didn’t count as a pet, it counts as a plant.)
How the character feels about murder:
Divorced from the reality of it, she’d rant and rave a dozen interesting and outlandish fantasy things about killing, gruesome ‘orrible deaths, yell about how she was going to slay all her enemies like so and soforth. Lots of big talk and messing around with stabbing sticks at people.
Facing the actuality would be an entirely different thing. Witnessing the deliberate death of another sentient creature in any way more personal than action holofilms is something she wouldn’t be able to handle at all, would likely quite horrify her, because hey this isn’t a fun game anymore it’s real and scary and wrong.
Maethro Has A Lot Of Dads
- Slee: omg
- Slee: 'mom and haldir'
- Slee: omg
- Slee: hnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
- Vhaz: keheheheh
- Slee: Maethro And All His Interesting Dads
- Slee: One 'haldir', one head of a militaristic bodyguard house one cannibal stepdad
- Vhaz: 8D
- Slee: one other stepdad who will put all ur furniture together
- Slee: two dead zorai
- Vhaz: OMG xD YESSS
- Slee: that's six
- Slee: six dads
- Vhaz: jfc xDDD
- Slee: maethro that's excessive
- Slee: Six dads and two husbands calm down
- Vhaz: *lauhgs too fucking loud for this hour*
me whenever someone expresses interest in watching star trek:
replaying the same level in a video game for the hundredth time
Human Noble origin
City Elf origin
Dwarf Noble origin
Dalish Elf origin
Circle Mage origin
the Brecilian Forest
Kinloch Hold and The Fade
Orzammar and the Deep Roads
90% of Dragon Age: Origins.