You see Iuchlemeniel, an Elf.
He has pointed ears and grey eyes. His white hair is very long and straight, and is worn pulled back in a multitude of beaded braids. He has smooth skin.
He is clean shaven.
He is in good shape.
He is wearing a dark wide-brimmed hat, an owl feather tied to a leather strap, a fine silver wire earcuff, a hand-stitched traveler's pack, an unadorned wide-sleeved robe of flowing blue nightsilk, a blue dagger sheath and a pair of soft soled leather sandals.
Iuchlemeniel spent the majority of his youth in the Ilaya Taipa outskirts with his parents and siblings. Of common stock, his father made small profits as a small-time seafood merchant while his mother made it her business to keep their meager home and produce children.
At the age of 17, Iuchlemeniel confirmed his realization that there simply wasn't enough money to properly feed the entire brood, and left home with the blessings of both parents, ostensibly to find his fortune and relieve his family of the burden of providing for him. Both parents are still alive, and he continues to visit them occasionally.
Fortune proved somewhat more difficult to track down for Iuchlemeniel than he'd initially had in mind, and for the next 30 years of his life he bounced from one relatively menial position to another, finally settling into a life prevalently involving the performance of feats of sleight of hand for the odd copper.
A new opportunity has recently opened up for Ichlumeniel, however, and it begins to appear as though Fortune has come to find him.
Not a maker or keeper of friends, Iuchlemeniel is a habitual underachiever, although he doesn't dwell on the fact. Most likely places to find him these days involve docks, riversides, and bridges, where he enjoys napping while pulling fishes from the water.
He can be engaged in intelligent conversation, but has no desire to engage or support drama of any stripe. Unfortunately, this has left him with few contemporaries. He seems to be all right with that, however - he and the fishes do just fine on their own.