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Vili

Wed Oct 05, 2016 1:09 pm

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Vili has become an NPC Mortal Born. Please see the Mortal Born Guide for more information!
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Name: Vili

Age: 23 Arcs Old

Race: Mortalborn ( Human x Kata )


Date of Birth: 93 Zi'da 693

Marks: N/A

Factions Joined: N/A

Languages Spoken: Fluent - Common, Broken - Rakahi

Partners: N/A
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Vili
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The Physical and Demented

Wed Oct 05, 2016 2:27 pm

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Appearance


The first thing that others always notice about Vili's appearance is his ability to look simultaneously immaculate and disheveled. The contradiction stems from the way he carries himself, and the fact that he dresses unlike anyone he is surrounded by. Naturally gaunt features sit under perfectly cut, raven-black hair. His eyes, two dark pools of the abyss, sit deep in his skull. His cheekbones protrude high, giving his face the appearance of a skull. Full lips want for a smile, but it only comes in malice, never delight. He grows no facial hair, nor can he. His entire body is nearly hairless, though it's not a face that he shares often.

He is tall, standing over six feet. However, the height is compensation for the lack of weight. Extremely skinny, Vili weighs no more than one hundred and fifty pounds at any given time. His skin is covered in dark ink, with the pictures ranging from seemingly harmless letters to gory evisceration scenes. Though he usually remains clothed, they can be seen on his arms and neck.


Personality


Vili is characterized by sudden and violent bursts of emotion. It's seldom that he is in a good, though when he is, others may not notice. He acts on impulse and very rarely cares about consequences. He loves causing conflict, and will seek out the flaws and weaknesses of others in order to exploit them.

In contrast, his schemes are generally far-reaching and slow. Though he enjoys living in the moment, he sees that impulse has long reaching consequences. So he sews his seeds of discord and nurtures them as much as possible, trying to cause as much chaos as possible before he moves on.

To others, he is cold and manipulative, and counts nobody as a friend. He sees others as instruments to be used for his own machinations, and discards them when he is ready.
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Come From Filth, Go To Hell

Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:54 pm

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History


Vili was orphaned from the moment of his birth. His birth father, a wretch whose name he never cared to learn, killed himself before Vili's birth. His mother, the Immortal Kata, wasn't exactly winning any awards for her maternal instincts. So Vili grew up in various orphanages across Idalos, shuffled from one to the other throughout his life.

He was young when he began to understand his power. He could force the children around him to argue, to fight, to turn on each other. He could somehow convince them that they were being oppressed by each other, and could cause immense schisms in their friendships. Nobody quite attributed it to Vili himself, but it only ever happened when he was around.

He went to school just as everyone else did, though not with any real desire. School was just a place for him to learn the extent of his abilities. He found that with a spoken word, he could encourage the other children to do what they desired, without fear of consequence. Children who wanted to fight did, boys hit girls, broken bones ensued... And Vili was generally unscathed.

He grew older, and more bitter at the world around him. He struck out on his own and ended up wandering around Idalos, eventually settling in Scalvoris.
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Half mortal, half Immortal, all badass.

Thu Oct 06, 2016 9:01 pm

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His Mortal Parent and the Story of the Meeting

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Name: Ziev Rimeaine
Created by: Vili
Race: Human
Age: 61 (deceased)
Born: 11 Ymiden 655
Blessings/Curses: None
Skills: Intimidation 5, Blades 20, Endurance 10, 15 Brewing
Other Information: Some lives are harder than others, and everyone knows that. For Ziev, nothing was easy. Poor parenting, an inability to read, no desire to succeed… He was destined for failure the minute he was born. It didn’t help that he was horrendously ugly and his hair was like a mass of greasy snakes. As he grew, he found that the only place he could command respect was a battlefield. Though not spectacular, his girth and mass made him a decent combatant, enough so that the other soldiers in his regiment took notice.

They took to getting Ziev drunk before training, feeding him ale and wine for breaks beforehand. It dulled his senses and let him be overtaken by those lesser than him, all while making him look worse. They took advantage of him, and he was naïve enough to believe they were his friends. He was removed from the regiment because of his growing ineptitude and alcoholism, which put him into a downward spiral.

Then he was introduced to hallucinogens at his job, a tavern in Rharne. The drugs crushed his already fragile mind, driving him to insanity. He would randomly put on shows and scream at his job, and they finally released him for making the patrons uncomfortable. Then he would sit in the tavern and just ramble while he drank, staring into his cup like it was the person he was conversing with.

The Meeting: The tavern was nearly empty, just a few of the normal patrons staggering around, trying to find a place to piss and pissing in the corner instead. Ziev sat off to the side, away from everyone else, terrified that one of them would try to touch him. He kept casting suspicious glances around the open room, ensuring that nobody would slip up to him. His mutterings, though inaudible, were constant, his jowls moving with each twitch of his head.

He noticed movement at the door, and immediately snapped a suspicious gaze on it. A red-haired woman, barely dressed in torn clothing, stumbled in, looking in disarray. There was something to her, something that drew Ziev’s gaze. He couldn’t tear his eyes away, and it appeared as if the rest of the patrons just took her for a working girl, or worse, a thief. Many clutched their money tighter, but paid her no more attention.

His heart was racing. Ziev knew he should help the girl, knew she was in trouble. He was petrified, however, and continued to mutter to himself. The red-haired girl lurched to a nearby table, thin rivets of tears streaming down her face. Ziev was up and moving before he knew it, and it was as if he couldn’t stop himself.

When he got to her, he stopped, his rotund form blocking the small girl from the view of the rest of the tavern. She raised her eyes to meet his, meekly, and there was a connection there. For what seemed like an eternity, they stared into each other’s eyes, neither speaking. Ziev’s heart was racing, and the freckles on the girl’s cheeks darkened by a blooming shade of red that was spreading across them. Ziev reached a hand out, and she took it.

Without speaking, he sat down next to her, and she leaned against his arm. They just stayed there, unmoving, for a break. The barkeep kept feeding Ziev drinks, but the girl wouldn’t drink. She just leaned against him crying. He quaffed one after the other, growing drunker and more irritable. Though nothing happened, he suddenly jerked to his feet and grabbed her by the hand, pulling her from the tavern. She struggled very little, knowing that it was why she was there. He dragged her into a ramshackle mess of a home, littered with old food and trash. It was there they spent the majority of the night together. As he laid in the bed after, heaving, the red-haired girl kissed him on the forehead. She rose silently, still not having said a word. Her tears were no longer there, instead replaced by a determined stare. She dressed and left, leaving Ziev to his own devices.

He hung himself that night.
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What I Will Do to You...

Thu Oct 06, 2016 9:24 pm

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SkillPoints AcquiredTotal Points SpentProficiency
Blades13/100 (13/251)Novice
Deception5/100 (5/251)Novice
Gambling0/100 (0/251)Novice
Gardening0/100 (0/251)Novice
Intelligence0/100 (0/251)Novice
Interrogation5/100 (5/251)Novice
Intimidation0/100 (0/251)Novice
Logistics0/100 (0/251)Novice
Mathematics0/100 (0/251)Novice
Negotiation 0/100 (0/251)Novice
Persuasion8/100 (8/251)Novice
Poisons10/100 (10/251)Novice
Psychology5/100 (5/251)Novice
Rhetoric0/100 (0/251)Novice
Storytelling0/100 (0/251)Novice
Tactics0/100 (0/251)Novice
Torture (FT) 12/100 (10/251)Novice
Unarmed Combat0/100 (0/251)Novice
Thread or Skill NamePoints AwardedPoints SpentRunning Total
Starting Package5050/500
Psychology (JD) 550
Persuasion (JD) 330

Knowledge

Scalvoris: The Pirate Lords and Their Ships
Immortal: Kata
Immortal: Mastes
Torture: Breaking bones loosens lips
Torture: Basic joint stressing
Torture: Slow application of poison
Poison: Slowly building immunity through small consumption
Poison: Natural venoms
Blades: Short blades are easier to conceal
Blades: Proper cleaning techniques
Family Doesn't Matter (JD)
Lineage Known: Mortalborn of Kata (JD)
Psychology: How To Break Friendships (JD)
Persuasion: Darkest Desires Can Be Achieved (JD)
Psychology: Boy Can Hit Girls (JD)
Location: Scalvoris (JD)
Scalvoris: Shops and Areas In and Around the City(JD)
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This Is My Domain...

Thu Oct 06, 2016 10:48 pm

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Mortalborn’s Domains: Oppression, Calamity, and Impulsiveness


OPPRESSION

Aura of the Disenfranchised

An aura radiates out from Vili’s personas, subtly magnifying the feelings of oppression around him. For those who are actively oppressing another, the aura encourages them to violence, usually prompting the oppressor to beat the oppressed to a pulp. To those who are oppressed, the aura increases their thoughts of revolt, almost to the point where that is the only thought he or she can process. Those affected by the aura are driven to a frenzy, usually ending up their attempting to escape the oppression.

The effect only affects those around in 5 yards in any direction, but lessens the more people that are affected. In one or two people, the increase in the frequency of the thoughts would be much more significant than if it were to be spread out among ten people. Though it would still work on larger crowds, the influence would be much less pronounced, and would take longer to come to fruition.

The drawbacks of the aura is that it causes Vili himself to grow in volatility the more it affects at once. Around a few people, it manifests as irritation as those around him. As the number of people grow, so too does his ire, culminating in violent explosions seemingly out of thin air. Additionally, the number of people causes a headache to form, growing in intensity until it becomes unbearable, usually at around 9 people. Any more than nine, and Vili becomes nauseous and suffers short-term hallucinations, and in some cases, passes out from the pain. This usually draws attention to him, causing many to look upon him with suspicion.

CALAMITY

Touch of Calamity

By touching the forehead of someone, Vili can cause them to focus on thoughts of destruction and damage. They will immediately stop what they are doing, seeking to cause large-scale damage to those around them. They may attack others, riot in the streets, cause damage to buildings and businesses, or go on a tirade to incite those around them to the same level of violence. This can only be used twice a trial, and leaves Vili feeling drained and apathetic.

The drawbacks to the Touch include Vili being targeted by those affected, caught in the crossfire while they rage. Also, for breaks afterwards, Vili is apathetic and lethargic, unwilling to use any of his own energy to contribute to the chaos. His muscles grow stiff and sore, as if taking on the damage that those around him are causing. May result in blackouts or vomiting, if extreme enough. Also, because of the touch component, many become aware of his influence, once again contributing to him being ostracized.

IMPULSIVENESS

Lowered Inhibition

With a word, Vili can lower the inhibitions of someone already indecisive about an action. By removing their inhibition briefly, Vili can promote their impulse, causing them to act without thought of consequence or remand. This can cause violent and sudden results, such as the person killing themselves or others, and is highly dangerous if the afflicted is angry or already violent. However, if used correctly, this could cause immense discord with nothing but a simple word.

The drawbacks include lowered inhibition in Vili at all times, usually causing him to act or say without regard for the repercussions. Also, if the impulse affected is one of outward violence, Vili can be attacked and injured. Additionally, like the other abilities, this draws attention to Vili’s influence over them, which could result in his getting into situations he can’t get out of.
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What Will I Take As Mine?

Thu Oct 06, 2016 11:33 pm

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Possessions


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