SameerSex & Gender:
Harem member (rating D-C)Race:
Half rakshasa (nature spirit/demon)Age:
6'1" Physical Appearance:
Muscular, broad-chested, strong-armed. His skin is dark brown and his eyes the color of rich soil. His hair is black, cut short but curling as it grows, with thick brows, lashes, and beard shadowing his jaw. When he smiles his teeth are gleaming white. Old, thin scars lace his back from childhood whippings. More recent marks of sword and bullet may be seen on his thigh, hip, and forearm.Personality:
Currently, he is bitter and resentful, seething with hatred for anyone with power over him. At his best, he is protective of those around him, although he is slow to trust and even slower to show affection. His weakest trait is his need for the natural world; he will endure almost any torture or follow any command in exchange for time alone on green grass or beneath a tree. He loathes his monstrous side and would rather never transform again, even if it means he must remain a slave forever. History:
Notes on Sexuality:
Not very long ago, there was a sailor who lived with his wife in a village by the sea. The sailor left on a voyage to many great cities around the world and was away from home for four years. When he returned, he found his wife had a child that was three years old. Knowing the boy could not be his, he accused her of infidelity. She responded that she had been visited by a god and could not refuse him. The sailor grew angry and struck his wife. At the sight of this, the child flew at the sailor in a rage, scratching and biting. The boy's nails grew into claws, his teeth into fangs, his skin bore stripes like a tiger's and his eyes glowed yellow like the sun. It was then that the sailor realized it was not a god but a demon that had lain with his wife.
He caught the boy in a lobster trap and took him to the village market. There he sold the demon-spawn to a traveling carnival. The carnival owner, who was very cunning, went to a wise man to learn how he might tame the boy. They crafted an iron collar with a secret lock, enchanted so that it could never be opened by the boy himself. As long as he wore the collar, the child could not assume his demonic form. When it was removed before their shows, he was locked in a cage and tormented until he was filled with rage and transformed. Many years passed and many villages were witness to the terrible tiger demon. The carnival owner grew wealthy and overconfident.
When the boy was very nearly a man, he escaped one day with only his collar, the ragged clothes on his back, and a bloody key. Wandering the roads he fell in with a regiment of soldiers who adopted him as they might a stray dog. He fetched and carried and polished their boots in exchange for a blanket and scraps of rations. Again, years passed. He trained hard and became a solider himself, facing many battles in the service of their king. He had a solid iron cuff crafted for his wrist to hold the key so that it would never be lost, yet he had no desire to use it and become a monster ever again.
Still there came a day, in the heat of a battle, when only a handful of his comrades remained to face a mighty foe, when he asked his closest friend to open the lock. As a man his demonic form was a hundred times more terrible and more deadly. He defeated the enemy and won the day but when his fury cooled he found his own regiment full of fear and anger turned against him. His captain returned the collar to his neck and shackles besides. He could not remain among men but neither would the officers allow him to be put to death, for his service had been great.
In the end, they sold him to a slaver who traded in exotic creatures, with the understanding that he would be shipped far away to a life forever separate from his home and his people. And that, for good or ill, is where the rest of the story begins.
Heteroflexible top (may be forced to bottom but will not go willingly)Pairings available with this character:
Bondage, struggle, physical control, blood, submission (of others).What s/he won't do:
See player's O/OsAdditional Notes:
One might assume that a wise slaver had already removed the key from his wrist cuff and secured it elsewhere for the safety of his new owner.