Gender; Androgenous, prefers to take the shape of a male usually.
Sexuality; Attracted to women.
Race; Water Elemental
Appearance; Varies. Made entirely of water, but can project a Glamour to fool those without magical sight that the water is flesh. My avatar would be an example of one of his favoured forms when the Glamour is turned off (say, when not currently on air).
Height/Weight; Varies, again. Prefers the tall and slender build, though.
Eye Color; When 'human', always a shade between blue and green.
Hair Color/Style; Varies
Position; Actor, but could do SFX
Ons; Unfamiliar with human customs, but is trying to learn as much as he can. Therefore prefers intimacy, physical contact, pleasing others. Has a habit of being physically dominating due to unnatural strength, but can be told what to do with a forceful tone of voice.
Offs; Sees no point in physical harm, or unhygenic play. Other than that, he's willing to experiment.
Personality; Curious to a fault, sweet, polite even if his lack of understanding unwittingly offends. When angered, on the other hand, he epitomises the anger of the storm, unable (or unwilling?) to prevent collateral damage as his temper gets the better of him.
Personal History; Created during WWI unwittingly during magical experimental weapons testing in the Arctic Ocean. Attempted communication after the war, but was locked up by a testing facility. After the infamous 'Denver Incident' of 1923, which was blamed on a gas leak by the british media, Ishmael's captors learnt that he needed to be treated with the utmost caution. So they changed tacks, staged a 'breakout' and took him to a seperate facility, where he was treated as a guest detained for his own protection.
Turned against the Nazi U-boats in WWII, Ishmael was responsible for foiling several attempts to invade british harbours by the german submarines. The germans managed to counter his efforts during an assault on the Luftwaffe, and he was magically sealed inside a receptacle and taken back to Germany after the war. Epitomising the phrase "storm in a bottle", Ishmael managed to break free when they tried to unseal his chambers and decimated the entirety of the town he'd been taken to. In his rage, he killed men, women and children alike. It was only after the rage subsided that he knew what he had done, and he fled for the Arctic where he lived in solitude for several decades.
He's only recently started venturing out from the icy waters in the last decade, and Fantasy Bound is his first attempt to engage with non-military personel in his life.