I'm working on the idea of a satyr girl—Shanna Wainwright. Fairly young—maybe still a teen depending on how I spin her—but very fit and very lucky.
The idea is that her father Greg “Red Dot” Wainwright—an orc adept—was a very successful runner who did work for Dunklezhan and later the Draco Foundation. He saved money for a retirement for himself and family.
Not long after the Year of the Comet, her Greg went missing, leaving Shana with a trust fund and a few tutors. Greg didn't want his daughter to go into the business, but he was
an ork. Even though his daughter had recently become something else, something a little less weird, he knew she would have trouble fitting in and have violent passions, so he made provisions.
Though very curious about her father, Shana tried to honor his wishes. She focused on athleticism, the arts, and education. She took her martial arts and her magic very seriously. She didn't like the way some people treated her—the way a lot of people treated others who were different even less.
Boredom sent Shanna out and about a lot. She did parkour in the old parts of town. She danced at clubs, fought in underground fighting rings.
It was when security camera footage of a run showed what looked to be her father in the middle of a gunfight that she broke into Running, wanting to know if he was still alive and—if he was—give him a good hoof in the face for letting her think he was dead!
20 Lightning Reflexes
5 Mentor Spirit: Dragon Slayer
15 Trust Fund (High Lifestyle +1,000)
Artisan, Gymnastics, Unarmed Combat (Taekwondo)
Assensing, Astral Combat, Counterspelling, Ritual Magic, Spellcasting,