Yak Rider Selarr, Outdoorsman of the Locksmith's Union. He has pointed ears and cat-slitted milky blue eyes. His blue-black mane is short and thick, and is worn tousled. He has blue-grey fur with black points and silver marbling and a slender tail. He is are a sun-lounger.
He was born on the 12th day of the 10th month of Nissa the Maiden in the year of the Golden Panther, 359 years after the victory of Lanival the Redeemer.
He is wearing a lumpy bundle, a pair of blackened zills engraved with a flying heron, a carved oaken parry stick shaped like a scrawny rat, a lumium brigandine mask crafted from tempered bands, a lumium triangular sipar, some sleek diacan brigandine gloves with twisted black gold cuffs, a lumium ring helm, a sleeveless black silk tunic belted with a deep purple sash, a brilliant blue camlet crafting satchel clasped by crossed knitting needles, a blood-red baldric embossed with battling dragons, a studded black leather weapons belt fastened by a molded platinum buckle, a bear-pelt leather mantle clasped with a jagged immola tooth and a braided gold ring set with a large faceted sapphire.
Background & Status
Born to a pair of Prydaen who had been ostracized from their community, his parents were rather old when he was born and never learned the reason for their having to leave the Hub they were from. Before their deaths, they lived rather happily, albeit poorly, outside of Horse Clan where Selarr was taught to hunt and fend for himself. Upon their passing, he found it more difficult to survive as there were very few who were willing to trade with him though eventually he happened upon a few kind souls with whom he was able to start trading hides and furs with for other necessities he couldn't get for himself.
These days he still makes his coin selling and trading whatever wares he can, an acerbic yet friendly tone the common mark for his dealings.
Original: a scarlet glaes pasabas inlaid with Eth'ral'khh symbols
Alteration: a weathered cobalt glaes pasabas inset with shards of slate-grey sapphire
- Shards of glittering near slate-hued gems curl subtly around the star-shaped flat of the blade, twisting inward like a cutting winter wind. Each edge is honed with precision to ensure the most efficient strike whether the target be man or beast. A strip of silk has been twined around the grip, a practical addition for hunting with the intent to use the blade to its fullest capacity. Light plays off the rich metal, barely creating a sheen due to the deep shades of blue worked into the glaes.