Sounds good. I'll begin my Waiting Sequence 3.
Sounds good. I'll begin my Waiting Sequence 3.
Oh my god, a thief. Such a great idea! It could work well with the detective too.
Cat-and-mouse aaaaaall over the town. Maybe it could be light-hearted (like he doesn't really steal anything of importance, or always returns it, etc), or maybe he's a hardened criminal that the detective has been tracking for weeks. I vote #1, because I like light-hearted fun. Sometimes.
Luisa would befriend a light-hearted thief in a heartbeat. I vote one as well if you do make a thief.
D'AAAAAAAAAW! Yuri is cute! At least her personality is classified as shy. In tale of two towns reina(who is more blunt thus appearing mean rather than shy) took the place of the shy girl. But grant it I like her better than sabrina from island of happiness.
Luke Keith Roosevelt
He is six foot five, a giant of a man. He has various scars, the most identified at the ones on the left side of his going up to his nose, almost to his eye. Each one of them has a story, ask him, because we don't have time for it here. He typically keeps a goatee and mustache. He has a pair of light brown eyes, and grey peppered black hair which he keeps long. He is obviously in pristine physical condition, and he has iron worker's tan. Every aspect of him shows that he is a man who works for a living. His hands have callous', are hard, and typically have black, burnt fingers (You're supposed to wear gloves, but you can't feel the metal that way). He has an interesting tattoo on his chest, it's either a z or a y, we don't really know. Nor does he. If you ask, he'll begrudgingly tell you he doesn't remember, he got it when he was drunk in France. Typically shirtless at all times, in a pair of denim pants and red wing boots.
Working with his hand
Other things of monochromatic nature
Imperfections in his work
He was very connected to his mother, who was an artisan at metal sculpting. His father was very insightful in where to get the metal because he owned the mine originally. Through his mother's constant doting and his father's constant support he became obsessive with his works, but one is eight and going alone in to the mine, it's not exactly a good idea. This is where the parents learned their son was without fear, because not only would he mine his own materials, he would work on them within the mine. At ten, his mother discovered the secret crevice where her son had been creating his masterpiece- an iron sculpture of David. Of course, at ten, there were still many imperfections, but this lead to further support in the young man's endeavors.
In his earlier teens, his father took him as an apprentice so he could learn the ins and outs of the practice. He superseded his school to the point he would miss days on end while certain materials needed to be harvested. This is where he would learn the uniqueness of his family's mine, where not only could the retrieve iron but magnesium, copper, and silver. And let's not forget quartz, but I figured that was a given.
In his early twenties, he went around the world with his mother, selling her craft, and perfecting his own- which was the agreement for letting him miss school. In doing so, he got to observe the many blacksmithing techniques of the world, pushing him from the artistic atributes and to the more practical applications of the practice. Though he still finds time to make small embroideries in his pick axes and swords- did I say swords? I meant shovels.
He returned home due to his father's illness. He apparently had gotten black lung and died soon after his return. But rather than mourn the man, he decided it would be better to run the family business, though his mother would not return out of grief. He has remained there to this day, though he often sends out his works to art shows, and you can still find his metal sculptures about.
A hardy man, he's been battered and bruised and keeps coming for more. He has his opinion and he'll let you know it. And most of the time your opinion is wrong. He will argue till he is blue in the face, and even if he knows he is wrong, he won't back down. Because like every other aspect of his life, he's gonna win.
He is protective of the weak. He cannot stand people to be taken advantage of. For anyone to try and stifle another person's creative, they will met with violence. Not one to go out of his way for a fight, but again, will never ever back down from one.
He tries to see the bright side, though, because "Jus' like a piece of raw iron, it may start out as this ugly, misshapen mineral, but a lil hard work and some elbow grease, you can make a beautiful kinda somethin' outta nuthin'."
Likes Star Cow Milk
Loves the harp, is actually very good at it
Anything not listed?
Potential Romantic Interest
Reinette or Collette
Last edited by Zepherial; 11-09-2012 at 06:26 PM.
Now ask yourself, Do you?
I was just about to say something about how he seems old to like those two. Then I remembered harvest moon AWL and 64. The brother Patrick was it? Liked Murry but that never went anywhere. Then there was Greg and Elli(NO NOT ELLEN) and Elli was like um I say 20 while Greg actually said that he was in his thirties and he does marry and have a baby with elli
So, that's Luisa's mentor, eh? Watta cool guy.
Hm...as a thought, a thief character would probably need a place to stay. Any volunteers? You'd likely have either a detective or an investigator on your heels a lot of the time for harboring a pickpocket, but it would make things easier for me to get going.
Plus, you would get to have an extra helper around! sometimes
If there be no takerz, I'll just...give him a tent or something, provided that a thief is welcomed in dis RP.
EDIT: Wow, the average age of the town is really young, huh?
Last edited by Mercenary Lord; 11-09-2012 at 06:30 PM.
I could take him in, no one suspects the sweet apprentice.