The sea. It is a gorgeous day outside. The rays of the sun are strong and warm, and the skies are, for the most part, clear of all clouds except for one. The passenger aboard the ship had not the worry of seasickness, for the glorious view proved to be soothing to the soul. Eyes close. It is pitch black to behind the eyelids, but the temporary blindness opens up the other sense-- sound. The faint melody of a faraway sea tune is heard-- just barely. It is soothing, sweet, and calming. A suitable song for a pleasant trip at sea.
Up above on deck, the first mate converses with the captain. Shortly after their brief discussion, the stout man, assumed to be the captain not because of his weather-beaten face or his beard, but because of the large captain's hat that sat atop his head, rotates the wheel and steers the entire ship due north. The change in direction is not too surprising, (only the most unsuspecting passengers lost their footing. Those asleep down below faced no problem of the sort.) and before long, an understanding of the new course is reached. the faint song from before increases in volume. A sudden cry and point of a finger from one sailor attracts the attention of others towards the horizon.
Ahead, settled on a lone boulder lodged in the middle of the sea, was an angel. Or was it? Though she had, without a doubt, what were wings, they were far more comparable to that of a butterfly's than the feathery set of like a bird's. They fluttered, serenely, as if their movement was done unconsciously. Translucent they were, the light of the sun easily shone through them. However, what set her most apart from a celestial being were her lack of legs. Beginning at her lower torso, the remaining part of her body was a large tail fin. Blue-violet shimmering scales adorned her fin and provided aid in hydrodynamics for speedy swimming.
By her side, a Faerie Searex nodded its little head to the fleeting melody that resonated from the musical instrument the maiden held encased between her hands. Graceful fingers tugged at the strings. The maiden in question had had pale silvery hair that just barely stood out against her fair skin. Gentle magenta eyes rose from the silver harp in which she played to meet those of the seafarers. Rosy lips curled to form a benevolent smile as a melodic voice rang out from between them, "... Hello..."
Name - Mist
Nickname - 'Miss', 'the monster' =|
Gender - Female
Age - 22
Hair - Long, wavy silver hair that is very fluid in movement. Flowy in water.
Eyes - Magenta
Height - 5' 6
Color - Faerie
Accessories - Hairclips shaped like starfish or shells. (Quad) - Headplate has a butterfly cutout
Species - Peophin
Occupation - N/A
Orientation - Straight
Voice - Soft, melodic, but strong and assertive
Accent? - None, at least, nothing too out of the ordinary.
Love - None
Attire - Light clothing that flows smoothly in water.
Hobbies - Playing her harp, exploring
Special Skills - Performing and singing
Info - Mist is a good-natured and calm individual. She is slow to anger and easy to please, and while she has no problems in conversing with others, she does most of her traveling alone with her trusted companion, Farfelu. She's adventurous and loves to explore new areas. Fortunately for her, she has just a bit more exploration sites than most, since she is able to sightsee underwater. While there are still countless places for her to visit, Aer desires to be able to explore landmarks as well. Though she has wings that allow her mobility on land, she can only fly so much for so long. She cannot visit the mountains, for instance, because as it gets snowy, it gets a bit difficult to use her wings.
Making new friends has never been a problem for her, since meeting new people is a part of adventure. That aside, she wouldn't mind lending a hand here or there once in awhile (you never know when you can unlock side quests!). She doesn't look for reward, really, but she does enjoy being treated to some kind of delicacy. Aer loves to eat, but does not always think about eating nor scarf down her food in a sloppy mess. Gourmet food is simply something she enjoys having while she is on land (food gets wet underwater, you know. Who likes soggy cookies?)
Mist does like to sing and tell tales, two things that can easily be combined with the help of her talent in playing the harp. She records her adventures in the form of ballads and sings them from time to time when reminiscing. Sailors who are lost at sea may be warned with her tales of danger or they can just be simply entertained by her beautiful voice, skillful harping, and jubilant stories. Mist may spend a lot of her time by herself, but she does not hesitate in contacting with humans. It is her duty, she believes, to lead those lost at sea to safety, for there is no one else who knows the dangers of the sea better than she. Unfortunately, she tends to be mistaken by sailors for another creature called the siren, a monster that also uses its vocal chords to lure seamen— into a trap. Hence, stranded sailors have a difficult decision to make when lost at sea. Should they follow the alluring melody? Beware of the siren.
~meeting new people
~being unable to walk
|Willow is my most trusted companion. He has accompanied me on every single adventure I've been on. I met this little fellow while I was on an excursion to the coral reefs. He has been with me ever since.|
|Ah! Keitalus and I get along well. She's absolutely gorgeous and displays much hospitality towards me. She shares a refined taste for food just like I do, except she's luckier in that she can have such delicacies anytime she likes and can afford them all! Kei isn't much for exploring, though, and it's quite a shame she refuses to get out in the world. Well, at least she's always there whenever I return. It just wouldn't be home without her. Home is where the heart is, after all.|
|Johtte is quite an amusing character. He's energetic an is always more than willing to lend a hand. It's funny whenever he tries to act cool, because he always gets flustered around pretty girls. He's very kind, though.|
|I don't speak with Nair much, but that's not because I haven't tried. He's reluctant to speak with me that it didn't take too long before I got the idea that he dislikes me. It's really too bad he won't say more on the matter. I'd like to know what's wrong so I can fix it. It's kind of funny that he lives with two others who contrast his personality incredibly.|
Unfortunately, none, yet. Once I RP with her, I'm sure that'll fix it. (X
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