名字 Name :
Shin Min-hee功夫 Style :
The internal arts of Seonjo wudang endeavor to perfect the golden crucible within its practitioners. When perfect this allows the martial artist to resist extremes of temperature, discomfort and pain. A Seonjo master is never sick and lives to an age unheard of by normal men and women. Practitioners of Seonjo wudang are easy to pick out as they often wear little in the way of clothing so that then can test their bodies against the elements. This is an ancient custom and accepted by most as an indication of membership in the Seonjo school. Seonjo martial artists often attach benedictions to their ancestors to their silken clothing in honor of them.
The perfection of balance sought by Seonjo martial artists results in feats of prowess that border on the supernatural. A Seonjo martial artist can leap incredible distances or run across a pond without disturbing the water’s surface. The fighting style of Seonjo wudang utilizes flowing movements and harsh open handed strikes to weave among foes. Favorite weapons of Seonjo wudang include fighting sticks, butterfly swords, spears and bo-staffs. Some techniques include Thousand Ancestor Stride, Ghost Tiger Palm and Cloud-Ascending Ladder.五行 Element :
Earth喜歡 Ons :
Sweet Cakes, Simple Kindness, Bathing, massage (giving or receiving), Shy and/or confident women, breast, anal play Player On’s反感 Offs :
Cruelty, disrespect, bathroom stuff, necromancy Player Off's高度 Height :
5'3"个子 Build :
Strong and athletic. Shin Min-hee is curvier than you might expect Sent from my iPhone描写 Description :
Shin Min-hee has long black hair and deep thoughtful brown eyes. She has strong shoulders and arms but thicker in her flanks than some. She wears the thin silks of the Soenjo school that leave little protection from the elements and would be considered inappropriate by many not of her order in the amount of flesh they reveal. Shin Min has attached a number of ribbons to her clothes with dedications to her village ancestors and a pair of ornately crafted fighting sticks hand from ties on her hips. She is rarely seen outdoors without her bamboo hat (douli).个性 Personality :
Chivalrous, helpful, Respectful, BalancedChivalrous:
Shin Min-hee is honor-bound to help those in need. She protects those who cannot help themselves. She is also a sucker for a good damsel in distress story which can get her into all sorts of trouble. This can often put her on the wrong side of the law if the law is failing in their duty.Helpful:
Shin Min-hee does not just protect people with her fists. She is also a Taoist alchemist and knows the arts of herbology and healing. She is adept at acupressure and massage as well. Shin Min has helped as many if not more with her healing concoctions than with her wudang and there are villages along the Bamboo River that know her only as a travelling healer.Respectful
Growing up in the village that she did Shin Min-hee has always had a healthy respect for her elders and her ancestors. This was reinforced by her masters at the Seonjo temple. Even though Shin Min focused on the internal Tao of Neidan, the temples focus on the spirits of Jeju and their ancestors has bred a young woman with a healthy respect for those that came before her.Balanced
Shin Min-hee’s training focuses on the balance of the three treasures of Jing (essence), Qi (breath) and Shen (spirit). She strives to maintain this balance in all things which means indulging her desires as much as it means setting them aside when needed.传记 Story :Early Tragedy
Shin Min was born in a village so tiny it didn’t have a name. It was a poor village near the forest of Jeju. The forest had a bad reputation as haunted, but Shin Min’s village seemed to suffer no ills from it. This was explained by the village’s dedication to their ancestors who it was believed protected them from the ghosts of Jeju. Despite the poverty of her village Shin Min was a happy child who played with her best friend Yu Fan-fay along the forest edge and in the rice paddies tended with care as their ancestors had done. This pastoral tranquility was shattered by an imperial patrol sent to Jeju to assess the forest for harvesting lumber. Shin Min village welcomed them with open arms giving the soldiers what food they had and entertained them with song and drink.
The soldiers took advantage of the village’s hospitality and when they tried to take advantage of some of the village girls the elders reminded the soldiers of their duty. The soldiers cut them down for their “disrespect” as they did with the rest of the village. Shin Min and Yu Fan-fay escaped into Jeju. When the soldiers attempted to follow they were chased off by the ghosts of Jeju swearing never to return to such a cursed place. They told their commander that the village was attacked by the evil spirits of the forest and that it and the forest should be left alone.Training
Shin Min-hee and Yu Fan-fay became lost in the Jeju for what seemed like forever before coming to the old vine covered wall of the Seonjo temple. The Taoist masters had long cared for Jeju and the spirits within. Long ago the forest had been cursed and the Seonjo masters worked to slowly undo this vile work and release their former ancestors from their torment. The two orphan girls were taken in by the school and began their studies of the Tao with the school’s masters. Shin Min possessed great balance with her and a respect for her ancestors that impressed her teachers. She began her journey of the three treasures and her internal exploration of the golden crucible within herself. Yu Fan-fay was bitter at her ancestors and sought her balance among the studies of the external alchemies of the Seonjo masters. Despite their obvious differences Shin Min and Yu Fan-fay were even by the other’s side and they only grew closer as they grew older. It was her love of Yu Fan-fay that blinded Shin Min to the bitterness Yu Fan-fay harbored in her heart toward the ancestors she felt failed to protect their village. Betrayal
delved into the forbidden lore of the school’s former masters and learned how to entrap and control the ghosts of her ancestors. She used her alchemy to bind the ghosts of their old village to her will and with their help Yu Fan-fay hunted down the soldiers that harmed their village and slaughtered many of them binding their ghosts to her as well. Shin Min found out about the dark sorceries Yu Fan-fay was practicing and confronted her lover, pleading for her to stop and beg their master’s forgiveness. It was these same arts that had cursed Jeju hundreds of years ago and Yu Fan-fay had undone much of the work the school had been working towards. Shin Min wanted justice too, but not at the expense of the spirits of their ancestors. Yu Fan-fay refused to end her quest for vengeance and was angered that Shin Min was unhappy with what she was done. They fought that night for what seemed like hours until Shin Min was able to gain the upper hand, but could not strike her former lover down. Yu Fan-fay summoned the ghosts of Shin Min’s family to fight on her behalf. With Shin-Min unwilling to harm her family Yu Fan-fay used the distraction to escape.Pai Sun
Determined to put an end to Yu Fan-fay’s vengeance Shin Min chose to leave Seonjo before her training was complete. She has wandered the Bamboo River looking for any signs of Yu Fan-fay and the remaining soldiers that massacred her village. While doing so Shin Min has continued to hone the skills her master taught her and uses them to help others be that defending the innocent or healing the sick. Recently she has come to the village of Pai Sun based on rumors that some of the remaining soldiers had been given positions in the honorable Lord Chiang’s guard and where ever rumors of the soldiers cropped up Yu Fan-fay was rarely far behind. Her inquiries into the soldiers and a certain dark haired young woman garnered the attention of an ambitious scholar (Lin Sung) intent on documenting the failings of Pai Sun’s ruler Lord Chiang.