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Name: Okuras, or 'Grey-Scale'

 

Description: Contrary to her home name, this female argonian is actually very dark in coloration, suggesting she is young. She has a form fit for battle, though a bit on the squishy side, as she seems to have very little in the way of hard muscle, more a dexterous creature than a strong one. She is short, about five feet tall, and walks on a pair of digit-grade legs. Her eyes are an unusual red color, though her pupils are the standard slitted lizard shape known to argonians. Her tail is about as thick as an average man's arm, but long, almost whip-like, likely a result of her stature.

 

Personality: She is implacable. Not that she is unable to be affected by negativity, but she does not seem to be able to feel hate or despair or sadness or even discomfort. She is friendly-- at times, perhaps too friendly --and seems to act for the greater good, while always having that veneer of 'not quite right.'

She likes magic quite a lot, and studies it habitually, magic brought up by other creatures and researched by herself. She can go on long tirades about spells she thinks are inefficient, or gush about an enchantment that seems too good to be true.

In times of extreme stress, she tends to go... overboard. 'Strangle people with their own intenstines' overboard, actually. She isn't a serial killer, but she enjoys the mania and chaos of violence all too much.

In passing, she would not seem odd. Watching her is where the oddities come in. Sometimes, when she's certain she's not being watched, she might talk to herself, or do other peculiar or childish things.

 

Equipment: A bright blue robe fitting her whole body, tattered at the bottom to show the white pants she wears beneath them, and usually held in her hand is a gnarled staff with a gem on the end that looks suspiciously like an eye. This staff doesn't seem to do anything when she uses it, so at best it's used for bludgeoning her enemies.

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Guest Rahvin

Watched a programme about psychopaths the other night. Okuras screams psychopath to me :P .

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Not really, pretty much the only difference is how they're 'made'. Psychopaths are born, Sociopaths are turned inward and stuff by people around them. Other than that they're pretty much identical.

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