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Species: Demon (N’vaen)/Famine
Regular- On any normal day, Dyn can be seen as an unusual sight. His skin is pale, and drawn tightly over his tall frame, though half-covered by a thin white cloak, that rustles even when the wind is absolutely naught. His veins show over most of his body, blue lines webbing across his taut skin. Rhodynn’s eyes are a deep anemic yellow, and his hair is a pure white, frizzing out at odd angles. He can often be mistaken for a banshee, for those who don’t know any better.
Tri’akun- In his Tri’akun, Dyn Looks almost like a dragon. With the general shape of a pale yellow Hexadragon, he is about fifteen feet tall, with a set of translucent wings about double his length. Four legs are simply for transportation, with the fifth and sixth being two curled birds-legs with sharp talons. His head is a misshapen gryphon’s head, with no feathers, and a large vicious beak, which is a deep midnight black. His eyes take on a beedy black quality, with a pale milky film. Despite this he does not appear to be blind, quite the opposite. When in this form his eyesight increases, but his hearing decreases.
While ‘jerk’ is the first assumption many make of Rhodynn… That is completely and utterly true. It’s his way or the highway, and he doesn’t hesitate to assert this position. Impatience is another key word to tag onto Dyn, along with major trust issues. If something isn’t being done quick enough, or well enough, he’ll just take over, grumbling about how they aren’t doing it right or something. When things really get serious, he works with lethal efficiency, with or without others on his side. While he is by no means a perfect soldier, rather the furthest from that, he can hold his own, and frequently does due to his knack for getting into fights. Fights that he tends to win, though this makes him cocky, and very self assured. Not that this is without reason, but he really does have a great amount of arrogance. He tends to drink a lot of strong alcohol, which only heightens his already assholeish tendencies.
Born in a fairly peaceful time, Rhodynn was raised by two loving parents, out of the way. They didn’t want to deal with politics, or anything, so they just lived a simple life on the edge of the darklily plains. To be honest, they pretty much spoiled him, and he took advantage whenever he could. When he froze, and inevitably found his powers in a screaming match, he was immediately trained to fight by his father, who had some magic prowess. Not much, but similar enough to Dyn’s own powers to be of use.
Over the years, Rhodynn built up his powers, and decided at last to attempt to find glory himself. From what he’d heard, the military for his kingdom wasn’t run in a way he’d like it to be, and honestly, he couldn’t find it within himself to give a shit. So, without hesitation, he left his family in search of a hellgate, and finding one close to home within the plains he had always lived next to. From that point on, he traveled the realms, looking for a way to prove himself as a warrior.
Which is how he found the Onyx faction. This was a place he felt he could thrive, if he could hold his tongue. Which he normally didn’t. But that was ok, the faction and their ‘rivals’ the Ruby faction were torn into chaos, and with this, he quickly climbed the ranks to become a council member, with eyes set on leading the whole charade. While he tries to hide his nature around his fellow assassins, this never goes to plan, and to take it off his mind, he usually goes to the bar to get absolutely drunk
While his love of a… seemingly chaotic ruling is legendary, he does have a method to his madness, though madness it is not. So that’s how he found himself as one of the many lesser leaders of the faction, leading his own gang of rag-tag group, mostly comprised of those who simply wish for a fairly lenient leader, who never really argues with who they kill, and who their clients are. His only rule: If you aren’t done within a week, you’re out.
Similar to a Banshee or Siren, Dyn uses his voice as a weapon, in five main ways, based on the pitch of his voice. None of these technically affect him, simply the area and people around him.
Soprano- The hardest for Rhodynn to do, because of his natural voice range. When he can work up enough power to scream at a soprano, either the magic fails and it just hurts their ears, or the magic is fairly unstable. When the magic is used, correctly that is, it is supposed to work like a Banshee’s in the fact that it paralyzes the victim, though he could never get it to work very well. With his major inability to use it, the most he’s gotten up to is less than a minute.
Alto- While not as hard as soprano, it isn’t the easiest. However, the magic works fairly reliably, with little chance that it’ll fail magically. Those that hear this scream will feel lighter, and inevitably are a fair bit faster than normal. However, this applies to his enemies, should they hear, and those who hear may not know how to use this new speed.
Tenor- The easiest for him to do, due to his voice, this is almost 100% guaranteed to work, barring odd circumstances. A defensive magic, the air around him warps with his voice to create a type of bubble around him, where it is nearly impossible to get into or out of it. This lasts for however long he’s screaming for, and then remains for about five minutes before dissipating.
Baritone- One of the easier to use screams, Dyn often succeeds on this one, but it isn’t a guarantee. When the listener hears this scream, they will feel a strengthening of their magical abilities for up to twenty minutes after he finishes his scream. While this change is not drastic, it could mean all the difference when in battle.
Bass- The hardest of the lower tones for Dyn to do, it is noted as his most ‘melodic’ purely for the fact that he screams in a very nice pitch, and it is not a noticeable effect for most, at least not immediately. This scream disorients the listener, to a point where vertigo while movement is common, or general confusion. He does not often use this one, but when he does, it is when he is alone, facing a large group of enemies.
Pets- Despite everything, Rhodynn does have two pets whom he loves very much, enough to threaten anyone who touches them with death. The first is a Faminehorse, a light chestnut pinto stallion, with the typical short fangs of his breed. He lacks horns altogether, which typically settles most people a little bit, but his tail is reptilian-like, and thin as a whip, which he uses as a weapon. Muka, which is what Dyn named him, is a loyal creature, if skittish. He’s deaf in both ears, relying entirely on his rider’s signals, which are all nonverbal.
The second is a Famine-kingdom Hokaku spider named Skree. Yes, like the animal. About full grown, and as large as his faminehorse, this creature lives in a burrow underneath his house, fed every week by the people he kills on jobs. When he doesn’t get a steady stream of clients, he’ll feed his pet other animals usually large, such as horses, though never Muka. Skree’s mother was killed by Rhodynn’s family after the creature moved in, and they killed all but the single egg to give to their son, to see what he’d do. Instead of killing it, like they assumed he would, he raised it, giving it the mother’s old burrow to live in, and brought it with him and his horse when he left the demon realm.:
This post has been edited by Nix: Jun 5 2018, 08:09 PM
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