Feardorcha "Mah" MahzunAge:
Battle Staff Weapon Description:
A six foot long staff, made of lacquered hardwood. It has been reinforced with metal bands, and end caps, making it not only more durable, and heavier, but giving it some extra 'oomph' when hitting creatures. Specialization: Black Magic:
Feardorcha has always had a natural talent for utilizing magic, but he truly excels with the destructive school of black magic.Bookworm:
When it comes to studying, Feardorcha works best with books. Not only is he an adept speed reader with excellent retention, but he's become quite accustomed to navigating through libraries and appendixes. Current Ranking:
We can learn something from this.Limit Break:
Obscure Limit Break Description:
When the going gets tough, and it seems like he's going to falter and fall, Feardorcha has a special spell that he can utilize. Obscure attacks all hostiles around him; it is a Dark-element magic attack, which also has a high chance of inflicting blind. Personality:
Quiet and contemplative, Feardorcha, when not found in the library, can often be found meditating. He is mature, and though he has an almost lackadaisical way of moving around the garden, he always seems to be punctual. That apparent laziness fades out on the field, and he moves at a fairly brisk pace (for a mage, at any rate; he won't be winning any races any time soon). Backstory:
His parents were killed in a monster attack, and Feardorcha wound up in the Garden system as an orphan. As such, he had a rough time of it in his first few years, often finding solace in make believe stories and his own daydreams.
But, time is constantly flowing, constantly changing; changing those who are trapped in its current. As time went on, and he matured, the fantasy and science fiction novels were replaced with treatises and grimoires. As he grew older, and began to take on the tougher classes, he found a natural aptitude for magic, which he has since fully embraced and dedicated himself towards. He is an eager learner, and this has helped him to excel in his chosen field. However, he does lag behind on the more physical aspects of his training; all that time sitting around and reading is not conducive to developing muscles and the like.
For his birthday when he was 16, he decided to get a tattoo done, as he had seen others with tattoos, and thought they were cool. Of course, he decided to get one that made sense to him, that appealed to him, that held significance. What he eventually settled on was a third eye tat on his forehead. He actually enjoyed the process of it, and became somewhat addicted to it. Flash forward a year later, and there are many more tattoos on him. Old sayings in archaic languages, magical diagrams; there is a wide variety of esoteric art adorning his skin. Perhaps a bit obsessive, he fully intends to cover what parts of him are currently bare with more ink, the moment he has the money to afford it.
It is his personal belief that the diagrams inked on his flesh enhance his magical powers, however, no one has been able to confirm if this is the case or not, and it may very well be a psychosomatic condition. GF APPLICATIONName:
Punkin and Feardorcha have been junctioned together for only a few months now. The two met while Feardorcha was out practicing his spells out on the island of Balamb. Being a mischievous and playful creature, she challenged him to a gamble; if he lost, he had to serve her, and if he won, she had to serve him. He agreed to this, and they had a battle of wits; riddles. Best 3 out of 5. It was narrow, but he managed to barely outfox the Faerie, and, being a good sport, she became his Guardian Force. They usually get along, but some times, she gets antsy with how 'boring' he can be. Element:
Wind Description: Bonus:
Confusion Guard (not likely to be confused), Charm Guard (not likely to be charmed)Special Attack:
Dust Storm Special Attack Description:
An exhalation of magically produced pollen is sent flying in a solid wave towards all present enemies. while the wind itself does little damage on its own, the pollen has a tendency to put people to sleep.