Kayrelee (Elf, Hunter
(If Hunter is acceptable))
Kayrelee's tribe were trackers and hunters, allies of tree and panther, separated from the elves of the high forests by millenia of tradition birthed from an ancient disagreement between two elf lords. Over time, they deliberately spurned the ways of their distant brethren, and while they still respected beauty, they found it more in the forests and jungles that surrounded them rather than in craftsmanship and art. But the tribes were small; their hunter-gatherer way of life required them to be constantly on the move, and they required more land to support fewer elves.
They had skirmished throughout living memory (and an elf's living memory is a thing to be reckoned with) against the orcs near the edge of the badlands, but they had rarely pushed what advantages they gained. They were content to be left alone, when they could drive interlopers away.
Then, less than a decade ago as humans reckon time, the orcs had gained a new leader; a half-breed of tall, strong stature who drove them to battle with cunning and perseverance. The newcomer came from other lands, spoke another tongue, used other tactics. Kayrelee's tribe lost ground, at first...And then they lost their warchief. Soon, they were hunted, on the run. But the orcs were paying a terrible price as well. The pressure that was driving them into the jungle was the advance of human troops and settlements behind them. Soon there were few orcs left, and few elves. The humans came and made the tall trees their own, to be cut or burned and replaced with planted fields.
They harbored no ill-will towards Kayrelee, and over time, she learned to speak with some of them. Some few druids of her people tried to stem the tide of the newcomers, but Kayrelee could plainly see that it was far too late for that.
But it wasn't too late to find the half-orc. He was a mercenary, she learned; a strange idea for someone still trying to grasp the use of coinage. One who killed for pay? Betrayed his own people (if the orcs were his people) for pay? The half-orc had driven the orcs to war deliberately, to weaken them and the elves so that some faraway king could have lumber for his ships.
Kayrelee tracked the lumber down the rivers, tracked word of the half-orc. She grew more understanding of the ways of the civilized, although she never truly fit in, and frequently she was made to understand that she was an outsider, one who did not truly know how to negotiate their trade.
The human's king, their great leader, she finally came to understand was far beyond her power. And he had shed none of her people's blood. His hand in their deaths was confused. She followed the half-orc, and the wood, down to the sea, and finally bargained most of the last of her coins for passage aboard a ship, one which she was told would take her to the place he had been bound for.
Now the storm has come, and left Kayrelee and her panther on a strange shore. Somehow, she must find her way out of this place and pick up the faint rumors of the half-orc's trail once more.
Non-consensual (Exotic) - Sounds delicious, and the more exotic the merrier!
Body Transformation - Totally open to the idea. Several folks have commented that if the proportions become so extreme that the character can't really move or participate, well...That's effectively the end of playing the character, isn't it? Unless it's temporary...
Pain/Light Torture - Yes, please, may I have some more?
Bondage - Absolutely. All sorts.
Animals - Definitely. ("Say, why does your animal companion have points spent in the 'Ride' skill?")
Impregnation - Interesting! I actually can't say I've RPed it before, but it's, well, something I've thought about (fantasy impregnation being far more attractive than reality.).