SparrowRace / Class:
Halfling DruidSex / Gender:
Though she's very open-minded (with the shapeshifting and all...) Sparrow has a preference for... "pretty." Female, futa, feminine men. She finds large, burly men to be rather intimidating.Brief Description:
You might almost mistake Sparrow for a very small elf; she's much more slender than the usual halfling, dressed in forest greens and browns, and wears a thick, long plait of honey-golden hair. She's definitely a halfling on second glance though; elves don't have freckles (no matter how light), they tend to preen the leaves and twigs from their hair, and, well, her chest and rear maintain a fair amount of the halfling softness one would expect. What really stands out about her are her eyes; they're clear, deep, and green, like a an ancient mossy pool.
Sparrow is much more comfortable in the wilderness than in cities; civilization and its people don't frighten
her, but they can be terribly confusing. Though she strives first for kindness, she has a capricious fey streak in her that can sometimes seem cruel to others - but you know, nature is often cruel to the eyes of civilization. She's familiar with the healing arts - herbs, poultices, crystals, massage, among others. She does not trust spells or their users, but will tolerate them so long as they behave. She will often take the form of some small, flitty animal like a sparrow, squirrel, or bat in order to satisfy her own curiosity about something. On certain occasions she can be found unclothed (she's never "naked"), wearing ritual paint and feathers, with her hair unbound and falling almost to the backs of her knees.
Sexually, Sparrow is naive, but not innocent; she did grew up in a halfling farming village after all, and is well aware of how everything works. She's never quite sure how to approach a humanoid partner for it though; the one time was another halfling lass who came after her, and that worked out just fine. Animals are much easier to udnerstand... and yes. Yes she has.Familiarity With DW/D&D:
Never done DW before, but am heavily familiar with all D&D editions... except 4th. Fuck 4th.How Often Do You Elliquiy?:
Can read daily, but am better with posts every few days, owing to vagaries of RL.