Looking through the thread, I notice that there's a shapeshifter already- however I believe Cas here has enough individuality to merit admittance. I have a question: are all of these “summonings” coming from the same plane of existence, or is this more of a “multiverse” kind of thing?
With no further ado, I bring you Cas, Changeling Wizard from Eberron. (Pictured as she'll appear, though don't get used to the look)Name:
26Sex and Gender:
Mutable / FemaleSexuality:
(D&D Eberron) ChangelingPhysical Description:
While in her normal state, she appears as a gray skinned, slender humanoid. While she has all the facial features a human would, they're muted or somehow “lesser.” Her nose is barely there, her eyes are white with a black speck of a pupil, and her hair is whispy and white. However, being a changeling, that base “what she was born with” appearance is very rarely displayed. In terms of what will be seen, she'll show up as pictured. (friggin' D&D and its' misogynistic clothing standards!)Abilities:
+ Minor Shapeshifting, can alter her height by a foot either way, and can change her features uniquely or to match any humanoid individual outside of large changes (new
+ D&D-esque Wizardry
\Spells: Grease, Feather Fall, Web, Spider Climb, Haste
- Drawback: Requires her spellbook and an hour of time to prepare spellsTalents:
- Raw Intellect
Cas has been so many people over the years in so many different situations that at times, it can be difficult to remember that a core personality exists at all! The one thing that doesn't change is her playfulness- while she might act dignified if it suits the form, she'll have some sort of scheme to giggle at internally. She uses her shapeshifting to cause minor “problems” between her companions and giggles from the sidelines as she watches the house of cards fall. She's usually
the sort to show back up and help put the pieces together again, though she isn't without a vindictive streak or two.
The only thing she really seems to take seriously is her magic. Caught in another world with a tattered, ruined spellbook, she's likely to try to do as much research on magic as possible in an attempt to restore her power. The only thing that can really anger her is taking her spellbook from her. Her pride, joy, and source of her (much diminished) power, it is easily the one thing she fears losing most; especially here where she can't start scribing a new one or undo the damage done.Ons:
In a partner:
In “fun times:”
Rope play & Bondage (was going to come up, Use Rope skill jokes required)
Fulfilling partners' fantasies (shapeshifting fun)
Public fun (shapeshifting means few consequences)Offs:
People that can't take a joke, anything more than minor pain, scat/vore/ws/goreD/S Nature?
Mostly submissive, though will do her best to fit her partner- she doesn't have any real relationship experience, and is rather bashful about it.