Fighter (Drill Sergeant
archetype, if possible)Level:
Sexually naive.Character Sheet: The Lady Taavia, guardian of Princess Kalia, faithful of BolkaBio:
Taavia hails from the Dwarven fort-city of Khaddegarm. The daughter of a miner and a brewer, she ad what you might consider a "typical" dwarven upbringing. Her parents made sure to not spoil her, despite being their only child. and to ensure she didn't feel too pampered,they made sure to enroll Taavia into militia training as soon as she was old enough to be considered woman (around 26 or so). Taavia didn't mind. In fact, she performed so well at the stocks and even in the field (damned kobolds...) that she earned a reccomendation for the academy
The one problem is... kaddegarm wasn't an especially fluid society, and female inductees into the Military Academy faced the "adamantium ceiling." Try as she might, Taavia never advanced very far. True, she wasn't the best
of her class, but surely she deserved a better assignment than the color guard to some snoozy priest who traveled back and forth between Khaddegarm and the nearby human nation of Revost! Revost and Khaddegarm had been peaceful neighbors since the former was a mineshaft and the latter was huts on a riverside! What use was an envoy there?
But, in hindsight... if it hadn't been for this for-show appointment, Taavia would have neve met the Princess. Kalia Tiraleen, the daughter of the King of Revost and his half-elven queen Marille. Taavia knew better than to act on it, but she was smitten wit hthe other woman' grace, aplomg and the occasional show of authority she had. What taavia didn't know was that the notice was returned. When the offer was extended to add her to the Princess' retinue of Maiden Guards, how could she refuse?
The voyage was meant to be a simple diplomatic excursion; the Princess, her entourage, and a few diplomats andGifts for the wedding of a potential ally. Seafaring is rough, but not so rough as seafaring in a storm. Sadly it seems that Taavia's companion guards were weaker swimmers, or simply of poor luck; she alone crawled onto that flotsam-wreathed beach, spitting seawater and aching all over. But she's certain
the princess made it as well. And it's Taavia's charge to find, recover, and protect the princess at any cost. it can't be just empty hope, can it?
I prefer it to still be sexy. Not a big fan of "degradation" so if you can spare the hillbilly coblins with stench lines wafting off their junk, that'd be nice Body Transformation:
No problem, for the most part. Rule One; I'm not wanting to play John Carpenter's The Thing
. Two, ridiculously huge parts aren't sexy, they're just ridiculous.Pain/Light Torture:
Not a problem.Bondage:
Not a problemAnimals:
No bugs. Strong mammal / draconic preference, if the occasion arisesImpregnation:
Not a problem. Also no issue with giving them out (what with hte possibilities of body transformation...)