Legendary Barbarian Rirsti
You see Guard Sergeant Rirsti Tevugun, Recruiting Officer of the Order of the Theren Guard, a Rakash Barbarian.
He has a sculpted diamond-shaped face with thick unruly eyebrows, some riveted steel sun goggles with darkly shaded lenses mostly obscuring his penetrating flame-hued eyes and a broad, flat nose. His void black hair is hip length and straight, and is worn tied back in a thick rope-like column bound by a strip of leather pierced with petrified badger claws. He has fair skin and a well-muscled build.
He is mountainous for a Rakash.
A buckler-shaped black onyx engraved with the Barbarians' Guild crest rests on his forehead, just above his eyes.
He appears to be an adult.
He has a thick mustache and a full beard that is split into thirds and woven into three thick braids that hang down to your waist. Wound around each beard plait is a wide kertig ring graced with a fractured spear of night black zephyr's heart.
His forearm has a tattoo of a stylized flame within a square in fluid strokes of charcoal grey.
He is wearing an antiqued filigree clasp overlaid with a crimson shield bearing the embossed gold image of a rearing silvery gryphon, a barbarian's earring carved from kertig to resemble a tiny forge, a forest stalking cloak of variegated green and brown lotusweave, a leaf-encrusted leather quiver, an agonite warhorn shaped into a snarling wolf's head, a supple leather pack in tones of brown and green, a dragonar hunting odaj dappled with a green and brown camouflage pattern, a bandolier heavily covered with thick leather leaves dyed in varying shades of green and brown, an eight-sided black gold ring inset with a mosaic crest of the Barbarian Guild, a sleek sword belt with a massive glaes pasabas and a massive windsteel cutlass hanging from it, a supple hip-slung hunter's pack with leather ties, a forest hunter's game bag of punka leather fastened with ornate howlite clasps and some punka leather stalking boots dyed in various shades of forest green.
Order of the Theren Guard
Rirsti was inducted into the Order of the Theren Guard in the 10th month of Nissa the Maiden in the year of the Golden Panther- 429 years, 376 days since the Victory of Lanival the Redeemer.
Promoted to Recruiting Sergeant in the 4th month of Shorka the Cobra in the year of the Amber Phoenix - 430 years, 152 days since the Victory of Lanival the Redeemer.
Jackie the Monkey
You see a three-striped night monkey in a dirt-stained tunic.
> look at monkey
The tiny primate's little fingers have made a mess of her once immaculate tunic. Small dirt-stained handprints mar the chest, and the hem is speckled with dried mud. Her bright, innocent eyes belie her ability to find and tromp through any and every pile of dirt or puddle of mud that catches her interest.
Described by people as rude, angry and violent.
Tree House of Hoarder
[North Road, Danduwen Forest]
You see a tall acanth tree with a murder of crows secreted among its branches.
> look at acanth tree
A house has been built among the sturdy limbs of the acanth tree.
Grey ironwood walls and a dark pine floor covered by a shadow-black rug showing wolves howling at a crescent Katamba enclose this room. In one corner lies a long dark gloomwood trundle bed with an intricate headboard, and near the bed sits a sleek dark dragonwood desk with dragonclaw-foot legs on which rests a zeltfish-bone statuette of a kraken sundering a ship in twain. A convoluted cast iron combination oven burns along the far wall with an anvil-shaped chakrel amulet hung from an icesteel chain hanging above it. The room holds a mild scent of acanth bark.
You also see a female ghost, a fine-grained ebony door, a white-washed grey ironwood wall with milled edges with several things on it, a heavyweight dark pine bench, an ebonwood weapon rack carved with wolves in bas-relief with a hunter's longbow made of copperwood on it and a gold-plated bar cart with glass shelves with a polished leather harness with a steel wakizashi secured to it on it.
Also here: Owner Rirsti
massive glaes pasabas
a massive glaes pasabas with a wickedly-spiked guard
> look at glaes pasabas
Nearly translucent blue-black metal has been honed to razor sharpness. The grip is expertly wrapped in dyed leather the color of summer pines. Sharp points sprout outward from the basket guard designed to both protect the users hand and serve as a secondary part of the weapon.
massive windsteel cutlass
a massive windsteel cutlass with a wickedly-spiked guard
> look at windsteel cutlass
Across the dull finish of this gracefully curved blade are the distinctive whorling whirlwind designs that form during the cooling process. The grip is neatly wrapped in dyed leather the color of winter trees. Sharp points sprout outward from the basket guard designed to both protect the users hand and serve as a secondary part of the weapon.
forest stalking cloak
a forest stalking cloak of variegated green and brown lotusweave
> look at stalking cloak
Dappled in tone to echo the appearance of sunlight on leaves in a lush forest, the piece is cut with a careful fit intended for a sword-fighter. The alternating hues of green and brown create a camouflage that would render the wearer near invisible within a tree-line.
a dragonar hunting odaj dappled with a green and brown camouflage pattern
> look at hunting odaj
The thick dragonar fabric is dyed dark green and splashed with brown to create a camouflaged pattern. Cut in form fitting-fitted hunting style and draped to accommodate the dual forms of the Rakash race, the fabric's inherent pattern seems to undulate with any movement, as if in mimicry of a dragon's scales shifting with the great beast's musculature. Audrualm buttons cast into the shape of detailed butterflies are the only embellishment to the otherwise practical Rakash robe.
a forest hunter's game bag of punka leather fastened with ornate howlite clasps
> look at game bag
The natural green of the fine punka leather has been highlighted and darkened in various areas to create a subtle forest camouflage appearance. Securing this well-made game bag, three ornate clasps carved from howlite depict a butterfly, a badger, and a crow in exquisite detail. The inside of the very functional container has been treated with wax lining to prevent leaking.
forest green boots
some punka leather stalking boots dyed in various shades of forest green
> look at forest boots
Exquisite punka leather has been dyed in a seemingly random pattern to create a camouflage pattern. Rawhide laces criss-cross through many blackened steel eyelets to secure the boots. Cut to rise just above the ankles, the high-quality, utilitarian construction would weather the forest without damage.