You see Nomad Sebrahn Cavish of the Tribes, an Elf.
Sebrahn has an angular face, pointed ears, almond-shaped crystal blue eyes and a straight nose. His black hair is long and wavy, and is worn in a simple, pulled-back style held in place by a thin strip of leather attached to a stark white owl feather. He has tanned skin and a lithe build.
He is short for an Elf.
He appears to be young.
He is wearing the bulky head and pelt of a frostweyr bear, a dark-eyed pygmy owl with ruffled brown feathers, a thick-shafted ironwood spear bearing many shallow notches, some warding beads, a wide copper band inset with a turquoise cabochon, a rough leather fetish pouch decorated with tiny bone beads, a daring scarlet loincloth tied loosely at the hips and a pair of knee-high oiled leather moccasins with brilliant scarlet laces.
Birthdate: 14th day of the 10th month of Nissa the Maiden in the year of the Bronze Wyvern, 379 years after the victory of Lanival the Redeemer.
Heritage: Wind Elf
Sect: Nomads of the Arid Steppe
Sebrahn was born in Horse Clan among the Wind Elves. He was raised solely by his mother for the first few years of his life, given what could easily be called a happy childhood. His father, a human and Nomad of Arid Steppe, often visited during his travels across the plains. At the age of ten, Sebrahn chose to follow in his footsteps and left the clan to make a life for himself among the itinerant tribal people. While there, he displayed an aptitude for the art of reading the stars, which did not go unnoticed by the tribal shamans. Because of this, they encouraged him to expand his gift and become a seer. By the age of twenty-seven, he made the decision to travel to the Trabe Plateau, seeking knowledge and guidance from the Moon Mage Guildleader Cherulisa.
Sebrahn can be described as shy but spirited, harboring no small amount of typical Elven mischief. He has a thirst for knowledge and a healthy curiosity about the world around him. Much to his chagrin, he is often mistaken for an Outcast.
Raised on fireside stories of gallant knights, he has a profound respect for Paladins and is in awe of their fortitude in the face of adversity, instilling in him an unusual fascination with the heroes of his childhood.