Character name: Mayabetha Mort
Nickname (if any): Maymay
Race: Goblin/Human halfbreed
Job/Role: *Heir's* Childhood friend
Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual
Sexual Experience: None
Sexual Preferences: Vaginal sex, foreplay (kissing, breast play, blowjobs, breastjobs, tickling, ect), creampies (vaginal), rough sex, pregnancy, feeding, sex toys, teasing...
Sexual "Offs": Cabbage
Basic personality: There are quite a few terms that could describe Maymay's personality, but none of them are particularly flattering. To describe her character in the simplest of terms, Maymay is a loose screw away from being thrown into an insane asylum. Although generally a very happy and playful girl, her reckless, hot-headed, and erratic demeanor tends to steer people away from her. She has a habit of acting before her brain can even attempt of thinking things through. But this habit is more of a blessing than a curse in her case, as when she does sit down and think about something, nothing but strange happenings come out as a result. Despite this, she is a nice girl at heart, and cares deeply for those she considers her friend. Not many people get to see this side of her however, as she has no friends.
Despite her general happy and quirky attitude, Maymay isn't all smiles and good feelings. She is easily upset by many things, some of which may seem trivial and insignificant to the normal person. She is prone to jealousy as well, and hold such feelings towards other women especially. She is also quick to depression when she looses or fails to meet up to other people's expectations. When depressed, Maymay is very hard to cheer up, and one would find that it's usually best to leave her to pull herself out of her depression.
A description of your character: The daughter of a Goblin aristocrat, Maymay is a rare sight among the rich elite. Goblins are stereotyped as being very barbaric and dull by nature, and are rarely seen near even the least sophisticated of humanoid societies. But Count Druff Mort, Maymay's father, proved the stereotype to be nothing more than a myth when he became one of the most wealthy and powerful men in the nation.
Maymay is the result of one of her father's many harlots falling pregnant after a rough night of love making. Maymay never knew her mother, and knows next to nothing about her besides that she was a human. She isn't the only child of Count Mort however. Her two older siblings, Arial and Aristole, are twins who are half elf. Her little brother, Napoleon, is half dwarf.
Maymay met the Heir when she was only three years old. Her father had taken her along on a business meeting at one of his business partner's estates, where she saw him for the first time. Being the only child she'd seen that was her own age, Maymay was instantly drawn to him. After a long day of playing, the two were already good friends. For the next 8 years Maymay would visit the Heir at his house almost every day. She would often ambush him by jumping off the roof of his mansion or jumping through a window, which would usually end with both of them sprawled on the floor. She would often drag him into troublesome situations with her mischievous schemes, or unintentionally cause injury to him in one way or another. With all the predicaments and messes they got themselves into, it's a wonder how they lived past childhood. But they always pulled through in the end, and never left an adventure without a smile on their faces.
When the day came for the Heir to leave home, a tearful goodbye was shared between the two. For two weeks afterward, Maymay walked over to the Heir's mansion at the break of dawn, and sat on the roof above the front yard. She hoped that he would escape from wherever his family sent him and back to her, so they could resume their days of playing.
But he never came.
Over the next few years Maymay grew into a splendid young lady, but her soul remained as young as the day she met the Heir. She hoped that one day, when he comes back from his adventures in a far off land, that their days of play could resume once again.
A picture of your character: I'm working on it, as well as a description.