Basic Information (Required) Full Name: Imryll Flor-Illythyrra Age: 98 Gender: Female Sexuality: Plant Race: Yanera-Flor Yanar Preferred Weapon: None. Skill Information (Required) Total Points: 50 Core + 10 Hobby Linguistics - 6 Core Genetics | Olvomism - 3 Core Sorcery | Void-Inclined - 12 Core Roguery - 15 Core Ranged Combat | Light Ranged - 8 Core Melee Combat | Stave - 6 Core Nature Art | Hunting Art - 5 Hobby Craft Art | Gardening Art - 5 Hobby Body Shape 12.5 Physical Stat Slim Body Shape Low Body Fat Languages Common (Free) Modern Altalar (Parent) Plains Altalar (Parent) Kathar Altalar (Linguistic Science) Wyld Altalar (Linguistic Science) Special Traits/Spells/Mutations Mutations: Lavvanya Exist Carry Smells pleasantly of flowers! Threlwar Void Eye Void Pigment (Red) Void Tears (Blue Yanar Blood) Void Scalp (Tentacles) Cho'roq Monster Eyes Monster Feast One mouth goes across the stomach, as if a trans-lumbar amputation was made and either half of Imryll's body was stitched back together with teeth. Monster Beast Monster Patching Directly parallels the stitching made in the 'recrafting' of the Yanar, being across the wrists, down the neck towards the chest were it parts down along the ribs, in a lateral line upon the center of the face, and down the entirety of the stomach. Monster Dentada Yanar Racials Graal Vampirism Gremlin Roguery: Burglary Pack Slight of Hand Pack Rogue Gift I Rogue Gift IV Rogue Gift V Sorcery: Wall Climb III True Path I Super Self II Darkness II Element Control I (Yanar Racial) Visual Information (Required) Eye Color: Crimson Hair Color: Verdant Green Hair Style: Floral Tentacles. Almost like woven pieces of a bush, or grass clumped together. Skin Color: Flaxen Clothing: Whatever manages to fit her. Height: 3'10'' (Olvomism) Personality (Required with Choice) Option Two: The Core List Choose your Character Alignment Chaotic Evil Choose your Character Personality Type Commander ENTJ-A Choose your Character's Religion (Previously 6/10 Estel) 4/10 The Verdant Ember Likes Has an unorthodox fascination with blood sprouted from their sanguinary curse, however, as opposed to the typical lust to drink blood, this particular vampire has an uncanny craving to bathe themselves within it, taking enjoyment from watching blood shed and spilt, and running their hands through it. Florae and tending to plants, in part from her current beliefs to Niuralla and in part from her innate interests as a Yanar. Dislikes Werebeasts (Vampire Mentality) Life Story (Required) Spoiler Imryll, formerly Estelar Fae-Illythyrra and Imizaeyl Dul-Illythyrra, was born 211 AC as apart of a peaceful, pacifistic group of Estel-devoted Yanar, whom -- although apart of a larger society of humanoids -- were content with remaining in a far less advanced state, having a diet primarily consisting of natural flora both sustained from themselves, and secondarily anything directly offered to them. Much of the collective had assumed a timid and quiet mannerism, which Imryll followed suite with, equally appeased with holding piety to Estel and tending to gardens and pastures, or assisting the forests in combating pernicious infection or noxia. As apart of her culture, Imryll would return to the earth each quarter of the year upon the season's change, allowing herself to be reborn through Wyldbirth anew for the change in temperature and daylight hours. During one such Wyldbirth, between the seasons of Autumn and Winter, a peculiar face met the phantasmal body of Imryll, who was changing from a Fae-Yanera to a Flor-Yanera. The peculiar individual was met with trust, as Imryll had been living a life without fear or violence for several decades, and had no reason to expect such to change. Something terrible did happen, however. Spoiler ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The first success was enough to found forth ego, and from such foundation pride set itself to further works. The second instance of a success came from a Yanar undergoing a process of Wyldbirth, whom was recorded to be remarkably easy to manipulate due to their present change in mindset and ideologies from their rebirthing. The Ailor monitored the progression of the Yanar's reformation with intrigue, particularly surrounding the complete body reformation from Wyldbirth, briefly conversing with the phantasmal apparition of the Estling as a means of growing some form of connection. Post-revivification the Ailor directly introduced herself to the changed Yanar, offering a form of cordial relation as a means of documenting the natures of other of Imryll's ilk and the process of their ability to reconstruct a body. Proceeding approximately a week of exchanged interaction the physician subdued the Yanar, ultimately concussing Imryll and securing their body to a surgical table in which to begin her works. If the Yanar on their own was capable of rebuilding themselves a body, perhaps such would be a gateway to some form of reanimation, or perhaps further enhancement of the form? Florae growths upon Imryll were removed with scrupulous care, and promptly examined for any unnatural qualities and placed within temporary jar storage for further assessment. The Mortician had a singular goal in mind with this specimen, whereas the previous effort proved the effectiveness of the influence of affliction, this instance would take the attempt to succeed in an experiment and extend it to the creation of an effective, hostile being. For such, the blood of a Von Kërle was administered into the body following the surgical opening of the midsection for anatomical appraising and probing. Void-Corrupted specimens were introduced to the Yanar succeeding hemming its body back together, fusing various imported growths from The Warpwood unto the Yanar, as was The Mortician's own blood to give a Seraphalo-esque bout of forgetfulness surrounding the surgery. When the physician's patient came to with their memories altered, the Ailor briefly overviewed the effects of the changes given to the Yanar -- whom would remain in a state of mild distress from their alteration of appearance which they deemed hideous for the following three days before vampiric infection -- before allowing the Yanar to depart and succumb to their gifted sanguinary curse. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Imryll was horrified, she couldn't recount what had happened, truly, but she new she had changed. Her body was altered, differed, changed into something she perceived as horribly sinister. She hadn't a clue how it came about, however, and thus she accepted it as the precursor to a change of seasons -- Perhaps something was to come, or the forests would change, and such was reflected within her person, or, perhaps, it was simply by Estel's will. Of course, neither was true, but the naiveté of Imryll and the denial of her condition lended to an acceptance. The Yanar would remain faithful to Estel, even as they succumbed Vampirism, their appetite for blood and morphed conscious of the affliction changing their views from their teaching of a goddess of light to something more... malevolent. Particularly, her own horror in what she was slowly becoming granted her to believe that the only means in which it could have occurred to be the intervention of higher powers, meaning that Estel must of willed it. Imryll's delusions lended to her believing that Estel -- or one of her children -- had chosen her to have this taste of blood, and these changes in her form. Imryll eventually dropped her clawing efforts to stay with her deity as she found herself no longer capable of holding onto her from the sanguinary disease that had plagued her, instead faltering to Void Deities in an effort to make sense of her condition, perhaps even still believing Niuralla to be a child of Estel in some manner. Imryll was immediately outcasted for the inordinate and alien flora growing upon herself, and season after season, wyldbirth after wyldbirth, the Yanar progressed into a more enraptured state to the blood they drank and the monstrous verdure growing upon them. With each rebirth they progressively degenerated in appearance, and their mindset became further strayed from their initial self. Despite such, the Yanar still retains an aspect of their original self, amidst their bloodlust taking a particular fond enjoyment in tending to flora, void corrupted or otherwise.