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« on: August 13, 2008, 11:00:10 PM »

Name: Jhaela Mehb'dok

Gender: Female

Age: 21

Race: Orcen/human

Tribe: Kaaer'dár'shín

Occupation: Hunter

Title: Beastlord Hunter

Height: 1 Ped, 1 Fore, 2 Palmspans

Weight: 1 Pygge, 1 Heb, 1 Hafeb

Hair Colour: Adlemirene brown with streaks of nor'sidian at the tips of the braids

Eye Colour: Eophran brown



Overview:

The hunt of the Beastlord is evident in the Kaaer'dár'shín warrior Jhaela Mehb'dok. Nature calls to her through the whistling winds, the wolves bear her name in their howls at night and the wilds is the only home she knows. She is a devoted follower of the Kaaer'dar'shin faith known as To'ava'yarna, and reveres the hunting spirit Durgho. She boasts that she has never known defeat at the hands of any prey. Jhaela is focused and relentless as she tries to survive in a civilized world. To Jhaela, the Beastlord guides her thoughts and actions. Her faith, coupled with the power of her to'vatar, gives her spiritual awareness of her surroundings giving her an advantage in stalking prey. While she is barbaric and bestial in many respects, she yearns to explore the vast world outside of her tribe.

Appearance:

Jhaela is of the Kaaer'dár'shín tribe and as such she has both human and orcen blood in her veins. Physically, she possesses traits from both bloodlines, but appears mostly human. Overall, her lean and taut body is as a stalking animal. Her body is muscular with sinewy legs and arms connected to a long torso. She moves as a jungle cat, prowling the shadows, hunched over stalking whatever prey is in her sights. Her movements are graceful and ordered, never a step out of place and never a movement that isn't carefully considered. As a huntress, she has no room for error.

As typical of those of her tribe, Jhaela's face is wide with a flat nose and high forehead. Her deep eophran brown eyes watch the world carefully, always noting her surroundings. Her skin tone is a rich light Eophran brown from many years exposure in the sun. Her nor'sidian colored hair is long and stringy with tightly bound braids falling over her broad shoulders. When Jhaela smiles, one can note her large teeth and wide lower jaw with a slight underbite. Her ears are broad and slightly pointed with a small gold colored ring pierced on the right ear.

For clothing, Jhaela is typically adorned in specially made animal hides. Her chest piece jerkin is made of Cartashian leather that supports her breasts and wraps around her torso. Over her right shoulder is an armored brace made of the tough skin of a Tsor-Shotak lizard. The skin of this particularly nasty beast is favored for armor because when properly cured, it resists damage and wear and provides close to the same protection as chain mail. Additionally, it is much less heavy. Over each wrist is a gauntlet, also made of the tough lizard's hide. Jhaela's legs are protected with Cartashian leather pants and thick soled boots made for silent stalking.

Jhaela's prized possession above all is her T'lark. A T’lark is a holy shield of the Kaaer'dár'shín warrior, with markings and symbols that represent kills achieved and noted worthy deeds. Like all tribal warriors, Jhaela earned her own T'lark as a young huntress when her father gave her his own when she left the clan. She never lets her T’lark out of her sight, for it is a holy and revered piece of her armor. The T'lark hangs upon her back, strapped with leather cords. It is within easy reach when in battle. Lastly, completing Jhaela's array is a pair of blades that are strapped to each thigh. A short sword upon her left and a dagger upon her right. Each blade is made of Tsor-Shotak bone, sharpened to a razor keen, with slightly jagged edges wherewith to tear her prey's flesh upon striking. Jhaela herself claims that the blades once belonged to her father who was a Mist Hunter in his youth. The blades tasted the blood of many strange and horrible beasts within the Mists of Osthemangar. The blades, he told her, had changed over time. Jhaela says the weapons are unbreakable and cause festering wounds that weaken prey considerably.

Personality:

Jhaela is a focused predator. She was taught from a young age to respect the wilds and to have caution in all she does. She was bred a hunter and taught to fight and to fight well. She grew up in a territorial household in a family regarded as high ranking in the social structure. This is due to the fact that her own father was a Mist Hunter and gained much respect in the clan. He passed on all of his skills unto his only daughter, Jhaela, for he had no other offspring.

Despite being a skilled huntress, Jhaela is idealistic, headstrong and short-tempered. She is a quick learner and was a capable tracker by the age of 8 years. She believes in the power of nature and that it should never be underestimated. She reveres the wilds but is quite naive when it comes to social situations. She spent much of her life in the outdoors and rarely made time to socialize with other warriors. She was encouraged to find a mate at the age of 13, but she refused, saying that she would rather hunt than be joined to a male all her life. As a result, Jhaela has never known a man but secretly yearns to find love without the responsibility of a family. Such a desire is not encouraged in the Kaaer'dár'shín culture as most all females are taught to begin families at an early age. Jhaela, however, was the only child of a Mist Hunter and was exempt from the expectation as her father did not want his skills to die with him.

Jhaela views most other races with distrust. She knows of the elves, particularly the Injerin, and has come to trust them. The Injerin are well known in her tribe as being capable trackers, especially the famed one known as Saryas Kelweather. The Injerin deeply respect the wilds and have come to the Kaaer's defense when the local orcen clans start warmongering. She also knows of the Kurakim dwarves as they are a trading partner with her clan. She enjoys the company of dwarves and finds their stalwart demeanor and gruff attitude comforting. She takes seriously only those who are serious themselves. She gives no quarter to fools and troublemakers. She is familiar with humans on a distant level but has never truly met one. Of course, orcs and dark elves are hated enemies.

Jhaela is a very spiritual young woman and follows the teachings of her tribe closely. To her, nature is alive physically and spiritually. The ways of Durgho are all wise and knowing and only by encouraging her own yarna (inner spirit) does she gain wisdom. Jhaela makes time each day to silently give praise to Durgho and his children by simply chanting to herself or by a successful hunt. Her outlook on life is instinctive and often chaotic, but always with a purpose. She aids those in need and casts aside those who bear trouble. She makes time to enjoy the small things in life and lives in the moment. She does not think ahead to tomorrow nor does she dwell on the past. Only the desires of today and the breath that Durgho grants her is enough.

Faith and Magic:

Being born into the Mist Stalker clan enabled Jhaela to become intimately familiar with hunting, stalking and tracking. The Mist Stalkers are said to be closest to Durgho himself and revere the hunting spirit's dogma of the predator and prey culture. Like most Stalkers, she was born with a strong beast yarna, or inner spirit, and her talents at tracking were evident since she was old enough to walk. Female children are taught to be hunters and learn no different than their male counterparts. Jhaela's bow, sword and t'lark are all seen as not only tools of the hunt, but also blessed implements of Durgho that aid her in life.

Jhaela's personal to'vatar is the fang of a spinewyrm. It was taken from the maw of the beast after she herself had made the killing shot. It was her first major kill on her first outing with the hunting party in the Mists. She was only 12 seasons old at that time and the kill was seen as a portent of a bright and glorious future for the young hunter. After she personally cut the fang from the beast's head, she bore a small hole in the thick tooth and threaded it into an amulet that she has since worn around her neck at all times.

The magic of the to'vatar is a mysterious thing. Jhaela cannot explain it, but she has witnessed on several occassions when she prays while focusing on the fang to'vatar, she is given insight into the whereabouts of her prey. In her mind, it is as if she senses the location and distance of what she is hunting. It is not an image, nor a physical sensation, but more of a vague awareness of thought. Simalarly, she senses the presence of enemies nearby and she has but a few moments to take action before she is either seen or attacked. This spiritual awareness is incredibly advantageous on her hunts. In order to gain this insight, she must be focused on the hunt (whether prey is beast or man) and not be distracted. The gift is not always given, but usually, she gains it when she most needs it.


Strengths:

Combat Skill: Shortsword:

Unlike most female Kaaer children, Jhaela began her combat training using the short sword. Her father, a Mist Hunter and scout, took it upon himself to train his only child in the ways of combat despite the traditional tribal teachings. She is trained to duel wield the shortswords, with her right arm being the dominant one. When not in use, her blades are sheathed upon her hips in soft Tsor-Shotak lizard leather.

Combat Skill: Bow

Jhaela’s long bow, made from the wood of a pendrowe, is a highly durable and powerful weapon. She is proficient in shooting either still or moving targets up to 30 peds away. She was taught the bow from her father, with the weapon itself being hand made by her father and used by him many times during his hunts in the Mists. Her bow is slung over her back when not in use and she never parts with it.

Hunter:

Jhaela is a skilled hunter and woodsman. She is trained to live in the outdoors for extended periods of time. She can identify edible flora and knows the seasonal behavior patterns of most Northern Sarvonian fauna enough that she can predict where and when the best prey can be hunted. She is an exceptional tracker and is proficient in following prey using ground prints, landmarks and scent.

Weaknesses:

Very Limited Knowledge of Human Language

Without the skill of human speech, Jhaela is at a disadvantage when traveling amongst the human lands. She knows only the language of the Kaaer, with a rough understanding of Kuglimz’setre and orcen. Being away from her tribe interacting with other races is not easy for her, so she tries to compensate using hand language. At best, most people ignore her and at worst, she is driven away from human settlements for being an outsider.

Short-Tempered

Jhaela possesses a violent temper coupled with an impatient attitude towards those who do not understand her way of life. She works best alone, but also has come to understand that other people are essential to her survival, at least short term. But she has very little practical social skills and becomes easily angered when others do not see her way. This attitude pushes others away, but few have come to understand her way of life and can make a connection. More often than not, Jhaela proves herself through physical confrontation.

Fear of Civilization

Jhaela grew up in the wilds and is accustomed to her village in the far north of Caaehl’heroth. She is not familiar with closed cities, walled fortifications and crowded areas. Now that she is free from her homeland, she knows that entering cities can be dangerous for her in more ways than one. She fears that a hateful human or elf may try to kill her in a crowd where she can’t detect them. She also fears the enclosed space and physically becomes panicked and loses all sense of direction.


History:

Birth

Jhaela was born to Mist Hunter who took a concubine female in celebration after a particularly harrowing hunt in the Mists of Osthemangar. Jhaela’s father, who was barely a teenager at the time, did not know her mother, nor did they care for such formalities as marriage or bonding. The two simply partook in celebrations in the village that involved drink and wanton physical mating. Jhaela was born months later and raised by her mother and a group of female hunters. The Mist Hunter clan was far removed from the main Kaaer tribal home of Torik in the Themed’lon and as such was much more loose with traditional requirements of female children. Jhaela was given the surname “Mehb’dok” after her father and raised in the wilds of Mount Osther and the Mists. Jhaela’s father sired other children with other females, but he was emotionally attached to Jhaela specifically because she was his first child and therefore considered as the one worthy to learn his skills and trade.

Childhood

Growing up in the wilds of northern Caaehl’heroth was not easy. Many children born to the Mist Hunter clan either died young due to the harsh conditions or were deemed unfit to take up the hunting profession. Some were sent to live in the homeland of Torik. Those children who were considered worthy to stay were taught in the ways of the hunt and raised among the Mist Hunters. As hunter-gatherers, the clan had no troubles feeding or clothing themselves. Jhaela was fortunate that her mother and other females were able to teach her the basics of domestic skills such as gathering herbs, plants, camping and preparing food.

At the age of 13 seasons, Jhaela participated in her first hunt. She was given the task of accompanying her father and several clan members to the outer mist borders to track and kill a ontakpii beast. She was armed with two short swords (she was not yet strong enough to pull a full sized war bow yet) and was given the task of scouting an area of tower ruins for the beast. The group spent two nights in the wilds and brought back a healthy specimen of ontakpii for the clan to feed on.

At the age of 17 seasons, Jhaela began to learn to use a bow. She had acquired the strength of body to be able to pull it and as a result she was given more responsibility on hunts. With her father, Jhaela was part of a group of trackers who ventured far from the clan home to monitor migration patterns of herds and flocks. She learned valuable survival skills during this time that would aid her in the coming days.

Separation

Jhaela suffered the loss of her mother at the age of 19 seasons. She was taking part of a tracking quest to hunt spinewyrms. The group of eight hunters were far in the Mists investigating a ruined tower when the sound of loud hissing alarmed them. Due to the incompetence of Jhaela’s own mother, who was the lead tracker, the group had unwittingly invaded a nest of thirteen spinewyrms and their young. Such a mistake was costly as the eight hunters suffered the deaths of six members with Jhaela and a young male hunter being the only survivors. Jhaela was forced to fend for herself while her mother was dragged away by the spinewyrms and killed. The beasts fared little better as the nest was thoroughly destroyed in the battle with most of the spinewyrms slain.

Upon returning to the camp, Jhaela’s father grieved briefly at the loss of his once mate but gave Jhaela a stern lesson: the wilds are cruel and take no mercy on any living thing. The Mists leave no room to make errors in judgment as death is the result. Jhaela learned the lesson well and took the loss of her mother particularly hard. The clan was accustomed to death and trusted their god Durgho to protect them. After all, death was only a stage and Jhaela was comforted to know that her mother was in the care of Durgho forever in the Great Hunt.

The Battle

When Jhaela was 21 seasons, word came from the homeland of Torik that they were suffering repeated attacks by ravaging Osther-Oc hordes. The Kaaer were used to such raids, but the orcs had stepped up their violence and Torik was too close to danger and warranted a call for help. Jhaela volunteered to journey with some of her clan mates to the Themed’lon to aid. Her father suspected that she would not return, for likely she would die at the hands of an orc. Nevertheless, he kept such thoughts to himself and bade his first daughter farewell. He gave her his own T’lark to use as he was going to remain with the clan.

The trip to the Themed’lon was relatively quiet. The small group encountered small nomadic groups of orcs, but they proved little trouble for the Kaaer. Once the group arrived at the borders of the Themed’lon, Jhaela was soon thrust into the heat of battle. Several of the more fearsome orcen clans from the western coast of Caaehl’heroth were fighting the Kaaer defenders in the open fields of Eph’denn. Jhaela took up a position nearest the forest border and made sure no orc managed to break through to the forest.

Lost and Alone

When two orcs managed to skirt around the east side of the Themed’lon, no one seemed to notice them except Jhaela. She broke from her post and followed the wayward orcs. She discovered them heading towards the west coast of the peninsula. For two days, she tracked the orcs until they were led to a ship docked off the beach. To her horror, the ship contained human mercenaries – Kuglimz soldiers who were preparing to infiltrate the Themed’lon and catch the Kaaer unawares from a flanking position. She immediately turned back to warn her people when she felt a sharp pain in her shoulder. She saw the arrow protruding from her body just before she lost consciousness from a blow to the head as a hiding Kuglimz scout brought her down.

She was taken aboard the Kuglimz ship as a prisoner. The human captors then transferred her to a small ship to be taken to the Kuglimz lands as a trophy of war. The trip did not last long. Once the boat neared the human lands, Jhaela engineered her escape. She overpowered one guard and broke free of her bonds. She gathered her stolen gear and jumped overboard. The swim to the shore was cold, and she very nearly died in the attempt, but she made it. The cover of night hid her from her captors and she was able to escape safely to the forests. Now, she alone and amidst the populace of human Kuglimz. She hopes to find a way back to Kaaer lands, but for now, she plans to explore the world outside her homeland.

Possessions:

-   To'vatar amulet made from the fang of a spinewyrm
-   One short sword and one dagger made of Tsor-Shotak bone with leather grips
-   Longbow made from pendrowe wood
-   Her father’s T’lark ceremonial shield
-   The clothing on her back (detailed in Appearance)
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« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2009, 03:05:08 AM »

Bumping so I can finish this... evil
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« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2009, 10:40:20 PM »

*Bump*

I may finish this one soon... :P
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« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2010, 05:59:57 AM »

The first ever Kaaer'dár'shín CD is ready for comment. It is pretty basic, with a short history. She is only 21 years old after all! I incorporated much of the tribal stuff that is on-site with some history that is still in development. I did not include any of the planned clerical magic as it is not ready.  :)
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« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2010, 06:29:52 AM »

just a quick question... you said she has no knowledge of human language ... but then in the same weakness you have her as having a rough knowledge of Kuglimz'setre ... isn't that a human language?
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« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2010, 06:47:49 AM »

What is meant by that is Jhaela knows some rough Kuglimz translations, but not enough for any kind of conversation or sentence. The Kaaer language is comprised of old Kuglimz and orcen structure, but the language has evolved in such a way that one cannot speak either fluently. There is no word for the Kaaer language (yet), so I had to describe it thusly. There is -just- enough small Kuglimz phrases that she can perhaps understand "hello", "goodbye", or "food". Not enough to consider fluent.
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« Reply #6 on: March 19, 2010, 06:52:29 AM »

One or two quick things...

Firstly, you're using the word season to mean year. If you want to keep it that way (and I think it lends to the verisimilitude) then either multiply all your ages by 4 (which could be confusing) or say "winters" or "summers" (in this case, maybe winters, as "surviving the winter" is cause for celebration in tribal and primitive society) instead of seasons.

Secondly, who is the Beastlord? I gather, from chance reading, he is akin to their god and allows them to change into feral beasts (apparently), but not everyone will, and it seems fairly important to her.

Well, natter, natter, natter. I'll let you get on.

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« Reply #7 on: March 19, 2010, 08:34:27 AM »

Very nice CD. :)

Just browsing, so nothing really in depth from me, except to comment on the comments.  I agree with Dek, that if you are saying "No Knowledge of Human Language", that it is a bit muiisleading.  Perhaps, "No Knowledge of the Tharian Language"  or limited knowledge.  But to say no knowledge means... well.. no knowledge.


As for season, I'm a countryboy.  As soon as I read season, I knew exactly what was meant.  I think in more nature oriented societies, like the Kaaer'dár'shín, season would be quite fitting.  I'm not sure that it necessarily needs to be changed.


Take it or leave it.  Just cruisin' on through.  I liked the CD and the pic (though, by the pic, it is a knife not a dagger in her hand, but you don't have to match the CD to the pic, so keep it as you prefer). :D

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« Reply #8 on: March 19, 2010, 10:08:59 AM »

Thanks for the comments.

I prefer seasons actually. It sounds more natural to me.

The Beastlord, also called Durgho, is the Kaaer's chief deity. He is a major nature spirit often depicted as a predator beast of some kind. He is also known as a very ancient pendrowe. Kaaer belief holds that he grants the power to his most ardent followers the ability to shapeshift into beasts. This ability is not allowed on the RP side, so Jhaela cannot use it.
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« Reply #9 on: March 19, 2010, 08:52:55 PM »

Something I've just noticed ... your Subject is meant to be name / tribe / occupation ... currently it is name / tribe / title ... that's something that needs to be fixed up.
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« Reply #10 on: March 19, 2010, 11:39:12 PM »

A Beastlord Hunter is a valid occupation for a Kaaer, but I can simplify it for the sake of the title. I just thought that was kinda boring.  ;)
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« Reply #11 on: March 21, 2010, 06:25:24 AM »

Well ... in your CD, consider changing the Occupation from Hunter to Beastlord Hunter :) That would then satisfy both of us :D
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« Reply #12 on: March 21, 2010, 10:59:16 AM »

I'll keep the names how they are. It looks redundant otherwise, but good suggestion!  Pet
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« Reply #13 on: March 22, 2010, 04:14:34 AM »

As someone who is most definitely not a country boy (I'm a city boy) I found the use of seasons to be a bit confusing until I hitched up my brain ... however when I realised what you were meaning by that, it didn't confuse me any more.

I notice that in all instances of T'lark except for one, you spell it that way ... in the following sentence, you spell it with a small letter "T"

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Like all tribal warriors, Jhaela earned her own t'lark as a young huntress.

In any case, here's a first approval :D
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« Reply #14 on: March 22, 2010, 06:54:07 AM »

On the seasons note...I understood it at first, then wondered if you used it the other way (the one I said) then realised you couldn't and advised you change it for people like Dek's sake (no offence). I don't want to be misunderstood.

And the T'lark...Is it hers or her father's? That isn't clear (or I'm being stupid)
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