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Offline Laughing Hyena

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #50 on: July 21, 2011, 06:42:08 PM »
*Whistles*

Online NicciKotorTopic starter

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #51 on: July 21, 2011, 08:07:29 PM »
Sorry this took longer than what I thought it would.

Rana, Shapeshifting Ranger
Sheet: http://plothook.net/RPG/profiler/view.php?id=9105
Age 23                    Eyes Blue
Height 5' 3"             Hair Black
Weight 115 lbs        Skin Sun tanned

History: Rana grew up living right on the edge of civilization and wilderness, and more often than not, spent much of her time in the latter. Her father had been hoping for a son, but got a daughter instead. Rather than being disappointed by this, her father, Rani, took it in stride and raised her the same way he would have raised a son. She learned how to track, hunt and fish, as well as other skills needed for getting along in the wild. Life was good for Rana and her family, as the years went by. They first heard news of the plague about five months ago, due to them being rather isolated. Though to be on the safe side, Rani took it upon himself to go onto town by himself to sell the skins from the animals that he and Rana caught, so as to prevent Rana or his wife from being infected.

This worked fine for them, until a month ago, when he was caught off-guard by a rather angry Grizzly. He survived the encounter, but was far too injured to make any further trips into town. This left Rana to go in his stead, her first time since the plague started. The trip went fine, and she made some pretty good money off the skins, and by all appearances, she had not been infected, as her father feared might happen. However, a couple of weeks later, Rana has noticed some unsettling changes. Her nails grew and sharpened into claws and her senses and reflexes heightened. She feared that she may have contracted the plague, but as of yet, she hasn't shown any of the major signs, loss of language and cat ear/tail. Assuming it was only a matter of time, she fled from her home one night, leaving only a note seeking forgiveness from her parents.

Bump that charisma to a 14 and call it good.

Offline Ala Rai Sen

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #52 on: July 21, 2011, 08:24:38 PM »
Okay, bumped it up.

Online NicciKotorTopic starter

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #53 on: August 01, 2011, 11:25:03 PM »
I could use another boy and girl at this game, since it is going slow and needs fresh blood!

Offline Laughing Hyena

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #54 on: August 02, 2011, 01:46:13 AM »
Ask and ye shall be rewarded! What would you need? So far I seen no real fighters or characters for melee combat which MIGHT be a problem. Hence I provide the solution.

Meet Grazzt the Paladin. And yes he is indeed a misfit. Just take a look at the sheet and you'll see what I am getting at. ;-)

Spoiler: Click to Show/Hide

http://plothook.net/RPG/profiler/view.php?id=7661

Background Story: (As told by Gra'ak) "I was the child of a rape. My mother was an unfortunate girl who happened to have been captured in a raid and made a sexual servant for many a year to a paragon ogre warlord along with the other fair ladies. He favored torturing her of course with his touch and his perversions because... well I can't tell you because I barely know my mother. She left me at an orphanage housed by those of the goddess of redemption and flame soon after I was born. She left me there because the crusaders of my church liberated her from my father's hands. I do not blame her for such actions. It was my father and he is father in just name."

"My true father and mother is Sarenrae and of the church that housed me. I am a knight and that is not just by simple name. I trained for it. The church as my father and my goddess as my mother saw the potential for great good in me and as he had raised me in his house I remained to devote myself to the church. I trained and read and committed the scriptures to my heart. I earned my position the same way they would grant any of herp knights. A quest was given along with an oath, I swore my heart and blade upon it. I'll find my father and give justice to my mother once and for all."

Known Creed of Gra'ak

"Honor no laws that would promote evil."
"Honor the laws that are just and hold peace."
"Honor none who hold wickedness in them truly."
"Honor those who would not serve the law but remain just."


« Last Edit: August 02, 2011, 02:28:30 AM by Laughing Hyena »

Offline Matthew

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #55 on: August 02, 2011, 02:49:21 AM »
This does sound interesting, and I love pathfinder.... Hmm, well, if Laughing Hyena has provided the boy, I'd be more then interested in creating a female character to join in :)

Online NicciKotorTopic starter

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #56 on: August 02, 2011, 02:54:30 AM »
Ask and ye shall be rewarded! What would you need? So far I seen no real fighters or characters for melee combat which MIGHT be a problem. Hence I provide the solution.

Meet Grazzt the Paladin. And yes he is indeed a misfit. Just take a look at the sheet and you'll see what I am getting at. ;-)

Spoiler: Click to Show/Hide

http://plothook.net/RPG/profiler/view.php?id=7661

Background Story: (As told by Gra'ak) "I was the child of a rape. My mother was an unfortunate girl who happened to have been captured in a raid and made a sexual servant for many a year to a paragon ogre warlord along with the other fair ladies. He favored torturing her of course with his touch and his perversions because... well I can't tell you because I barely know my mother. She left me at an orphanage housed by those of the goddess of redemption and flame soon after I was born. She left me there because the crusaders of my church liberated her from my father's hands. I do not blame her for such actions. It was my father and he is father in just name."

"My true father and mother is Sarenrae and of the church that housed me. I am a knight and that is not just by simple name. I trained for it. The church as my father and my goddess as my mother saw the potential for great good in me and as he had raised me in his house I remained to devote myself to the church. I trained and read and committed the scriptures to my heart. I earned my position the same way they would grant any of herp knights. A quest was given along with an oath, I swore my heart and blade upon it. I'll find my father and give justice to my mother once and for all."

Known Creed of Gra'ak

"Honor no laws that would promote evil."
"Honor the laws that are just and hold peace."
"Honor none who hold wickedness in them truly."
"Honor those who would not serve the law but remain just."



Yeah might as well go with you over fallen. You have a track record of posting on time. As the pally you can be the healing battery, which is what is always important.


As for you matthew, I am okay with that. We have a pally and a magus and monk, so you are rather free to explore your options.

Offline fallensaviour

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #57 on: August 02, 2011, 03:00:46 AM »
oww :(

Offline Matthew

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #58 on: August 02, 2011, 05:42:11 AM »
Character is in progress, I need sleep for now, but will finish her in the morning :)

http://plothook.net/RPG/profiler/view.php?id=9196

Offline rancorius

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #59 on: August 02, 2011, 10:12:30 AM »
are you still looking for players?

Online NicciKotorTopic starter

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #60 on: August 02, 2011, 02:16:02 PM »
Character is in progress, I need sleep for now, but will finish her in the morning :)

http://plothook.net/RPG/profiler/view.php?id=9196

The stats are too low. I like nice healthy characters for my games, that way I don't feel so bad wen I throw evil things at you. So re-roll, for the greater justice!

Offline Matthew

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #61 on: August 02, 2011, 02:22:56 PM »
Alright, rerolled and adjusted... off to lunch now, I'll finish up when I get back :)

Online NicciKotorTopic starter

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #62 on: August 02, 2011, 02:26:26 PM »
Alright, rerolled and adjusted... off to lunch now, I'll finish up when I get back :)

Also since you are not immune to the plague, we need to decide if you want to be a catgirl or not.

Offline Matthew

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #63 on: August 02, 2011, 04:14:11 PM »
Hmm... would starting out human and perhaps being 'infected' later on be ok?

Online NicciKotorTopic starter

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #64 on: August 02, 2011, 04:23:22 PM »
Hmm... would starting out human and perhaps being 'infected' later on be ok?

Yeah that can work. You're infected but it will take a while for the signs to appear, since you have adventurer levels and not as weak as your standard NPC girls. I ask this since having one of the infected in the party would make things very interesting and naughty. You would be quite valuable to the group from being able to understand feline and have enough intelligence to actually write and read your conversations to the party.

Online NicciKotorTopic starter

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #65 on: August 02, 2011, 04:26:11 PM »
Also you did your skills wrong. The max ranks you can have per skill is 6, not 9. That charsheet software automatically adds the +3 for trained skills for pathfinder, so you don't need to compensate for that.

Offline Matthew

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #66 on: August 02, 2011, 04:26:50 PM »
Sounds good to me! Typing up my backstory and such now, should be done in a bit!

edit: And eep, sorry, didn't realize it did that, I'll fix that as well.

edit again: finished!

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History
   A farmer’s daughter, Ceara was never really cut out for country life. Short, and more then a bit weaker then average, she wasn’t really much help around the farm. On the other hand, the girl was quite bright... and so when an apothecary travelling back to the city mentioned she was searching for an apprentice, Ceara’s parents were quick to volunteer her.
Not that the girl really minded all that much... she missed her parents at first, of course, but she didn’t miss the hard work in the fields one bit... and, while it was a bit overwhelming at times, city life was wonderfully interesting. Even more fascinating, though, was her education... exotic herbs, strange potions, magical salves, more then she’d ever imagined. The girl took to her lessons well, and the woman who’d brought her to the city, while strict, was also an excellent teacher... and as Ceara grew older, a good friend as well. Her education was hardly confined to the shop, either... gathering some more exotic ingredients often involved travelling to rather dangerous locations, and learning to defend herself was something that was rather hard to avoid.
   Of course, that was before the plague hit. When it first began, Ceara’s employer was eager to help find a cure, and was often gone for days at a time as she traveled around the countryside, gather half-forgotten herbs and examining the infected. However, she’d always be back within the span of a week at most... until recently. The older apothecary had told Ceara she would only be gone a day or so this time... but she didn’t come back on the second day, or the third... it’s been nearly a month now, and though she’s done her best to wait, to keep the shop open and continue serving the uninfected, she’s become more and more nervous about becoming infected herself... and so after leaving a note in case her employee returns while she’s gone, she’s packed her bag and set out to try and find her.

Personality
   Ceara was, even as a child, something of a daydreamer... and years of inhaling alchemical fumes, of often using allnight herb in place of sleep, have left her more then a bit scatterbrained. That’s not to say that she’s dumb, on the contrary, she’s quite intelligent when it comes to her craft, and a quick learner... but she’s also easily distracted, more then a bit forgetful, and rather lacking in the common sense department.

Appearance
   Ceara’s bright red hair is almost always tied back in some way or another, to keep it from interfering with her work... however, while she has a bit of a preference for simple ponytails or pigtails, she does enjoy experimenting with other styles when she has the chance. Her skin is rather pale, having spent far more time in the shop or in caves then she’s spent out in the sun, and on her nose are perched a pair of thin-framed glasses... while she’s hardly blind without them, they do help a great deal, and she’s quite reluctant to take them off or set them down unless absolutely necessary. The young woman is a bit on the short side, with modest but attractive curves. She normally dresses in simple, but thick clothes, with a heavy apron for when she’s working, her wardrobe mostly oriented towards protecting her from accidental spills... though she’s also packed a few lighter garments as well that were once worn by her employer in the woman’s adventuring days.
« Last Edit: August 02, 2011, 05:04:15 PM by Matthew »

Online NicciKotorTopic starter

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #67 on: August 02, 2011, 05:08:39 PM »
Sounds good to me! Typing up my backstory and such now, should be done in a bit!

edit: And eep, sorry, didn't realize it did that, I'll fix that as well.

edit again: finished!

Spoiler: Click to Show/Hide

History
   A farmer’s daughter, Ceara was never really cut out for country life. Short, and more then a bit weaker then average, she wasn’t really much help around the farm. On the other hand, the girl was quite bright... and so when an apothecary travelling back to the city mentioned she was searching for an apprentice, Ceara’s parents were quick to volunteer her.
Not that the girl really minded all that much... she missed her parents at first, of course, but she didn’t miss the hard work in the fields one bit... and, while it was a bit overwhelming at times, city life was wonderfully interesting. Even more fascinating, though, was her education... exotic herbs, strange potions, magical salves, more then she’d ever imagined. The girl took to her lessons well, and the woman who’d brought her to the city, while strict, was also an excellent teacher... and as Ceara grew older, a good friend as well. Her education was hardly confined to the shop, either... gathering some more exotic ingredients often involved travelling to rather dangerous locations, and learning to defend herself was something that was rather hard to avoid.
   Of course, that was before the plague hit. When it first began, Ceara’s employer was eager to help find a cure, and was often gone for days at a time as she traveled around the countryside, gather half-forgotten herbs and examining the infected. However, she’d always be back within the span of a week at most... until recently. The older apothecary had told Ceara she would only be gone a day or so this time... but she didn’t come back on the second day, or the third... it’s been nearly a month now, and though she’s done her best to wait, to keep the shop open and continue serving the uninfected, she’s become more and more nervous about becoming infected herself... and so after leaving a note in case her employee returns while she’s gone, she’s packed her bag and set out to try and find her.

Personality
   Ceara was, even as a child, something of a daydreamer... and years of inhaling alchemical fumes, of often using allnight herb in place of sleep, have left her more then a bit scatterbrained. That’s not to say that she’s dumb, on the contrary, she’s quite intelligent when it comes to her craft, and a quick learner... but she’s also easily distracted, more then a bit forgetful, and rather lacking in the common sense department.

Appearance
   Ceara’s bright red hair is almost always tied back in some way or another, to keep it from interfering with her work... however, while she has a bit of a preference for simple ponytails or pigtails, she does enjoy experimenting with other styles when she has the chance. Her skin is rather pale, having spent far more time in the shop or in caves then she’s spent out in the sun, and on her nose are perched a pair of thin-framed glasses... while she’s hardly blind without them, they do help a great deal, and she’s quite reluctant to take them off or set them down unless absolutely necessary. The young woman is a bit on the short side, with modest but attractive curves. She normally dresses in simple, but thick clothes, with a heavy apron for when she’s working, her wardrobe mostly oriented towards protecting her from accidental spills... though she’s also packed a few lighter garments as well that were once worn by her employer in the woman’s adventuring days.
Whee. Now hurry up and post yourself into the riot, so you can latch onto the other three and get the nine hells out of the city.

Offline Matthew

Re: The Great Nekomimi Plague(Pathfinder seeker thread.)
« Reply #68 on: August 02, 2011, 05:32:26 PM »
Heh, will do!