Zachary likes to dress simply, but well, usually in some kind of button-down shirt and slacks, with the occasional jacket or coat over top. He tends to create the impression of a quiet bookworm, particularly when he wears the small pair of glasses he requires for reading, driving, or making out fine details. His wardrobe tends towards dark, cool colors, which can sometimes give him the look of a coffee-shop goth or emo, though little he owns is pure black.
Though his hair can be unruly if it gets long enough, or is exposed to humid weather too long, Zach tends to keep it fairly short and well-combed, generally smooth if not actually shiny. His face is vaguely-diamond shaped, skin clear and unblemished except for a smattering of light freckles that develop in the summer.Personality:
Snarky and generally deadpan, Zachary is calm in most situations. He values his intellect over most other aspects of his personality, taking any chance to sharpen his wits and skills. Despite being outgoing, he tends towards careful consideration and planning before taking any kind of action, and being forced to act on instinct generally throws him off. He is usually friendly, as long as someone doesn't immediately prove themselves to be an idiot, though he is honest to a fault. Being Zachary's friend won't shelter someone from his bluntness, and, in fact, usually makes one more of a target than they would be otherwise. He is also very intolerant of people he considers idiots, and will tell them so in no uncertain terms. Appeared In:
Cinaéd (pronounced KEEN-ay)Gender:
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Cinaed's appearance is fluid, changing each time he is summoned to the mortal realm. His appearance is based somewhat on the subconscious desires and preferences of the one calling him, and can range from human to eldritch abomination, though he does have some level of control over his form if he chooses to exert it. There are some generalities and constants that tend to crop up over his many and varied bodies, however.
In general, Cinaed likes to appear tall, or at least taller than the one who summoned him. He has a preference for wearing his hair a bit long, and usually with a bit of curl to it. His clothing tends towards the archaic, in what he thinks of as being upper-class (regardless of what the actual fashions of the upper crust might have been at his era of reference). Other than that, his eyes are always red, and he is always physically male. Personality:
Frankly, Cinaed is an idiot. Though he has a decent command of knowledge of magical workings and ancient world history, his expectations and assumptions frequently find themselves at odds with reality. What he considers himself to be is charming, witty, and and an absolute virtuoso of seduction and temptation. While he is capable of being genuinely charming, his wittiness is usually accidental, and any successful seductions tend to rely on the fact that the one summoning him was, in fact, attempting to summon an incubus. This is not helped that, by most modern standards, he is incredibly old fashioned, at times to the point of misogyny. As an incubus, he tends to fail for the aforementioned reasons, as well as a tendency to develop emotional attachments to the people he's supposed to be corrupting. And, in his own strange little way, he can be something of a gentleman, even in bed.Appeared In:Beauty of the Beast
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A former soldier, Ludo's hair is a constant, close-shaved crew cut that hasn't grown since he was turned. Well-built and muscled, he tends to dress simply, usually in jeans and some flavor of plain T-shirt or tank top. His squared jaw also has a permanent layer of rough stubble, broken only by the thin scar coming up over the left side of his chin to his bottom lip. Personality:
A bit of a loner and recluse, Ludo is antagonistic to say the least. He's seen humanity at its worst, and tends to see other undead as representing those aspects given immortality. A man of few words, Ludo rarely speaks more than a short sentence at a time, and often his responses are one word apiece. This can lead to him appearing to be a simple-minded bruiser, but he's fairly good at thinking tactically, and at thinking on his feet. Though not a genius by any standard, he has a good grasp of lateral and practical thinking, usually taking the most direct path he can find.
He prefers action to strategy and planning, and any plans he might make tend to be made up quickly. Backstory:
In Earth-based roleplays, Ludo was a German soldier during the first World War, bitten and turned while separated from his squad. He attempted to rejoin the war effort in the second World War, wanting to bring his country out of the Depression and conditions it was left in after the first war, but quickly became disgusted with the behavior of his countrymen when their true goals became apparent. Rejecting both humanity and those who would abuse their power over another, Ludo became a recluse, existing on the fringes of both human and supernatural societies. Appeared In: