Xun Fu WongAliases:
Fu, Mighty Wong (usually followed by snickers and giggles), Ming-Ming (her old pet name)Status:
Yao-Jing (Chinese Animal Demon) Age:
More In-depth KnowledgeAppearance:
Hair: Chestnut Brown
Fur: grey and black stripes
Length: 8 inPersonality:
Xun Fu Wong very much lives up to her origins as a simple house cat. She is lazy, finicky, and often carries herself with a sense of entitlement. Her mind seems to dance between interests on a whim, and as such she has difficulty applying herself to any one task 100%. She's very picky when it comes to food, and often over indulges in snacks and fatty foods (the fat focusing mostly at her chest and waist, explaining her ridiculously curvy figure). Despite having trained extensively with Taoist priests, she is not particularly well disciplined, nor does she adhere to many of the fundamental teachings of the philosophy. This doesn't stop her from taking advantage of the spells and techniques she's learned from it, which she tends to play around with as if they were toys. She can also be boisterous and short tempered, and quick to pick a fight for the smallest reasons (and equally quick to walk away from one if it seems like too much work and effort). Despite her myriad of flaws Xun Fu is actually rather easy to get along with. She's usually pleasant enough to most people, and her natural charisma make her poor attitude seem more quirky than offensive most of the time (your mileage may vary). Also having been born and raised as a regular house cat she is quite affectionate towards humans, and her old, pet-like nature will sometimes come out when she's around them. Granted considering how spoilt and entitled cats are, this behavior isn't really as subservient as one would think, sometimes the total opposite.Strengths:
Above average physical strength and combat training. Posses cat-like agility and reflexes, as well as enhanced senses of smell, sight, and hearing. Control over taoist magics allows for shrewd trickery and versatility, further boosted by sudden bursts of creativity and ingenuity. Weaknesses:
Below average intelligence in most academic fields. Poor impulse control. Lack of adherence to major Taoist principles leaves magic far inferior to that of fully dedicated practitioners. Tends not to work to her full potential and is prone to seeking out the easiest solution to any given problem rather than the best/smartest. Powers:
Taoist Teachings- A branch of Taoism that endows one with the knowledge of great and powerful magics. By sticking to the philosophy and teaching of Taoism one can achieve great power and oneness with nature and the cosmos. However one does not necessarily need to adhere to the more passive teachings to make use of it's techniques, and as such many demons use Taoism as a source for their powers, which are then used for great wickedness.
Transformation: Allows one to assume the form of another living entity. This is usually the first spell learned by many Yao-Jing, and is the means through which they gain their human like form (most Yao-Jing usually born as regular animals). While the span of transformations can be large, they are often imperfect, leaving signs of the user's true form lingering in the transformation (manifesting as cat ears, paws, and tail in Xun Fu's case)
Ascended Strength: Thru training in Taoism ones physical attributes will gradually rise to super human levels, eventually rising to match that of heavenly beings (though Fu is no where near this level yet)
Living Furs: Allows one to create clones of themselves using strands of their own hair/fur. The number of clones is limited to around 5 maximum, and the more one creates at once the weaker each one is over all. A single clone may fight with roughly half the strength of it's original, while a group of clones will be weak enough to be banished with a single strike, and usually only provide a temporary distraction.
Elemental Control: By becoming one with universe the user may bend the forces of nature to their will, allowing them to manipulate base elements such a earth, water, fire, or wind. This requires a great deal of focus, and thus large, dramatic shows of power are often too difficult to pull off in the midst of combat. Also one cannot conjure elements, but merely manipulate those already within the user's reach. History:
Born in Hong Kong, Xun Fu Wong (then "Ming-Ming") was the 9th kitten of a 14 baby litter. Obviously with such a ludicrous amount of kittens her original owners couldn't keep them all, and they quickly set about finding new homes for them. Ming Ming ended up being adopted by a young, newly married couple Xun Li and Xun Chong. The duo had wanted to try raising a family, but with their busy work lives and difficulties conceiving they instead settled on a pet instead. As such they poured all their love and attention into Ming-Ming as if she were their own child.
For a time their life was happy and fairly uneventful. However as conditions for humans began growing worse and worse within China, the young couple were forced to move out to Japan, bringing Ming-Ming with them, hoping to find a better life. It was there that the family was approached by the demon rights activist group "Ascendance". One of their main goals was the equal rights of pets and other animals through transcendence into fully sapient beings. With the couple's blessing Ming-Ming was taken in by a group of Taoist priests, who taught her their mystical ways and allowed her to become a Yao-Jing. With these teachings Ming-Ming obtained true intelligence and a human form, though due to her poor attention during lessons she botched the transformation and ended up with a hermaphroditic body instead of a purely female one. Though her transformations are more proficient now she has since taken a liking to her body (and the virility that comes with it) and keeps it as is.
After many years of training Ming-Ming, now having taken the name Xun Fu Wong, returned to her "parents" with her newfound sapience and powers. While both shocked and surprised by the dramatic transformation, the couple still loved Xun Fu dearly, and now she was even closer to being the daughter they never had. While learning to live together again was not easy, the family eventually came back together stronger and closer than ever. However Xun Fu was surprised to see that in her absence the couple hadn't once again tried to bear children of their own. It was then she discovered that her "father", Xun Chong, had been diagnosed as infertile, the couple's many attempt at conceiving a child all for nothing.
Realizing how heartbroken the two were over this Xun Fu took it upon herself to finally repay the years of kindness they had shown her. If Xun Chong could not get his wife pregnant, then Xun Fu would step in and do it for him, taking advantage of her botched transformation to give the couple the baby they so desperately wanted. While initially the couple was wary of the idea, and after a great deal of awkwardness, they finally agreed to let Xun Fu impregnate Xun Li. That night, and several nights after that (perhaps a few more than was necessary
) Xun Fu crept into her "mother's" bed and ravaged her, doing everything in her power to ensure she would get pregnant. A few weeks later and the doctors confirmed that a healthy baby girl was on the way.
Wanting the couple to have time alone to raise their new child, Xun Fu ended up enrolling at Oni Academy. She still occasionally visits her family to see how they are doing (and sometimes mess around with Xun Li behind Xun Chong's back), and their daughter Xun Len, is currently three years old and as happy as could be. While they had intended to keep the truth of her parentage a secret, and simply act as though Xun Chong was the father, the fact that Len was born with cat ears and is starting to show signs of a tail means there will probably be one or two awkward conversations in the future. However the trio has decided they would just have to cross that bridge when they got to it.
Her Family, Junk Food, Chocolate, Cat Nip, Naps, Cuddling, Pro-Wrestling, Wide Hips, Long Baths, Lacey Lingerie, Playful MischiefDislikes:
Vegetables, School Work, Loud, Shrill Noises, Dogs, Having to hunt for her own food, tight crotched pants, Prudish PeoplePlayer Ons/Offs: right here yoCharacter Ons:
Same as player, emphasis on rough sex, food play, cum play, dubious con, and possible impregnationCharacter Offs:
same as playerRelations: Xun Chong
- former owner and father figure. Xun Li
- former owner and mother figure, mother of Xun Fu's child, occasionally indulge in a secret affair together.Xun Len
- Xun Fu's daughter. Being raised as Li and Chong's daughter, with Fu being designated as "Aunty Ming-Ming". Fu loves her dearly, but tries not to think of her as an actual daughter since she essentially played the role of a sperm donor. Additional:
While she genuinely loves and cares for her old owners, she considers being addressed by her old pet name incredibly degrading. She doesn't have a problem with them calling her that, but anyone else referring to her as "Ming-Ming" is an easy way to draw her wrath.