The book gets über confusing about careers. I believe you can only follow your current careers exits unless you pay doubL to swap into another basic. If there's no otheruling on it, I'd say you can pay double and go back to a career you might have branched off to but didn't, as that seems like a logical thing to allow.
Need to find the exact quotation and pages, but you pay 200 xp if you want to change to a basic career that is not on your exit list. You are also permitted to change (at the usual 100 xp) to the exit career of your last career, but not any careers before that.
I'm on the bi side of things myself. I generally have my characters het-flexible (generally female seeking, but on occasion they'll swing the other way - though generally for fem-looking men rather than manly looking ones). You can pretty much feature anything on my O/Os, though I'll defer to the lowest tolerance of others when it comes to what's featured.
I will try to be ready by Saturday, though my current state of work and poor health has conspired to stamp down on my muse in recent times, though, in theory, it's okay by me.
Anyone want to work on meeting-up backgrounds?
For those unfamiliar with the Warhammer world, Bretonnian nobles are largely generally considered self-entitled, self-important pricks at best and pompous asses who look down on everyone at worst (though Devin won't be either; more self absorbed with his personal worries more-like). Their official religion is the Lady of the Lake (noble religion) though other, more traditional gods, are worshipped as well (peasant religion); on that note, that's the big dividing line of Bretonnia - nobles and peasants - there are actually laws for nobles (pretty lenient) and separate laws for peasants (extremely harsh).
Devin is on a quest to become a grail knight (holy knights that is blessed by and directly serve the Lady of the Lake [she's actually real]; most on the path just make a nuisances of themselves and eventually give up after facing real danger, but those who make it really shine as a beacon of light in the world). As an aspirant, Devin more or less goes where there is trouble and wrongs that need to be righted, mainly in the hopes that by his deeds of charity and valour, the Lady of the Lake will see it fit to notice and directly give him a vision of a great quest destined for him to do.
For a Bretonnian, Devin isn't bombastic and arrogant as most, though like any Bretonnian, he loves his wine when he gets the chance. He'll happily talk about his homeland, but will only get really enthusiastic if he thinks someone is genuinely interested. Otherwise, he's a friendly sort who could stand to loosen up a little at times.