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    Cassiopeia Gojira

    Cassiopeia
    Cassiopeia

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    Lineage : Shinokishi: Knight of Death
    Position : None
    Posts : 64
    Guild : Dies Irae
    Cosmic Coins : 0
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    Age : 23
    Experience : 1,612.5

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    First Magic: Flame God Slayer Magic
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    Completed Cassiopeia Gojira

    Post by Cassiopeia on 30th June 2019, 4:17 pm

    Name: Cassiopeia Gojira
    Gender: Female
    Age: 23
    Birthday: 05/30
    Sexuality: Heterosexual
    Special Characteristics: Cassiopeia has an enormous, reptilian tail, roughly twice the length of her body. Dark in color, it grows out from her spine at the small of her back. Thicker than her waist, segmented along its length. Her tail is covered in small bony ridges that glow with an ominous blue light when conducting magical energies. Moreover, Cassiopeia has three rows of dorsal ridges that run along the length of her back; their shape is similar to that of a maple leaf at a glance.

    Personality: Cassiopeia is proud, haughty, and vane to a fault. A great admirer of beauty, especially her own. Her vanity can border on obsession, and she has a great flare for the dramatic. Constantly torn between the idea whether it is better to be loved, or feared, she's opted that like many things, both is good. Cold blooded, in both a literal and a metamorphical sense, Cassiopeia can be seen as an ice queen to those unfamiliar with her. She is often harsh, distant, or simply aloof with others. It takes significant effort, and a great deal of patience to chip through her harsh exterior to the warmth within.

    The young woman's temper is fiery as she is fierce. Quick to anger, Cassiopeia is easily thrown into a rage when insulted or mocked. It takes great mental effort on her part to control her fearsome temper, and she frequently snorts puffs of smoke from her nostrils as she quite literally lets off steam. When in a good mood, the ferocious woman is usually quite docile. Prone to playful jokes, content sighs, and the occasional flirting, she is more than content to just laze away the day when in a good mood.

    Cassiopeia is a dedicated warrior, training dutifully in both unarmed combat and the use of her wild, primal magics. She rises early with the sun, and goes to sleep late into the evening. Believing her body to be a temple, she training both to hone her prowess in battle and maintain her voluptuous figure. She holds a great love of battle, reveling in the thrill of combat, and the scent of blood and fire can drive her in a bloodied frenzy if worked into an adrenaline rush.

    Once thrown into a rampage, Cassiopeia's cold nature is replaced on by a savage, fiery fury. She will destroy anyone she perceives as a threat, and takes considered effort to calm back down. When she does eventually tire herself out, her favored method of recovery is a nice bath. Be it a cold dip in a lake, a warm hot spring, or a soapy bubble bath in a porcelain tub.

    Seeing herself as a natural leader, Cassiopeia does not take well to listening to others. She prefers to go her own way whenever possible, though she's pragmatic enough and gregarious enough to make allies first, friends second, and enemies third. If under a leader she deems worthy of her attention, she is quite the dutiful soldier. He headstrong nature and sheer determination lead her to throwing her all into the task at hand, driving forward towards victory through sheer force of will.

    Lastly, Cassiopeia can be something of a lazy glutton. She has a formidable appetite, matched only by her ability to laze about when she so chooses. She is incredibly fond of eating long meals and then cat napping it away under the warm sun. Given her cold blooded nature, she suns her long tail to keep herself physically energized, and grows rather lethargic in cold climates or when trapped in cold, damp places like caves for extended periods of time.

    Likes:
    • Seafood: Cassiopeia's favored foods are fish, usually grilled by she is open to almost anything, even raw sushi. She will happily gorge herself on fish until her stomach aches if given the opportunity. Though a carnivore by nature, she will hardly turn other meats if offered.
    • Water: Cassiopeia loves water for all its recreational activities. An agile swimmer thanks to her long tail, she is almost as much at home in the water as she is on land. Be it an ocean, lake, river, hot spring, or bathtub Cassiopeia can find a way to enjoy herself there for the better part of an afternoon.
    • Battle: Cassiopeia lives for the thrill of battle, a warrior through and through. She loves sparring with new opponents, testing her might and honing her skills. Though admittedly a sore loser, she sees every loss you can walk away from as an opportunity to come back stronger than before. Unless she's driven in a battle frenzy, in which case victory or survival are the only thoughts on her mind.
    • Men: Cassiopeia can at times be a shameless flirt. She is well aware her curvaceous figure makes her the envy of women and the object of men's desire. She is unafraid to play the part of temptress from time to time, wrapping men's heartstrings around her fingertips and using her feminine vile to get what she wants. This side of her generally only comes out in the presence of alcohol, and large amounts at that.
    • Nature: Cassiopeia finds herself more at piece with nature than civilization. While she tolerates the major ports and cities, she finds stone and steel to be suffocating, and constricting. She much prefers quiet villages, forested enclaves, and smaller human settlements more in tune with the wilderness.

    Dislikes:
    • Soldiers: Cassiopeia is not fond of soldiers, of any kind. From lowly grunts to heroic knights, if a man carries a banner and fights with sword and shield she carries an uneasy dislike of him. This isn't to say that she hates soldiers, but the idea of lowly grunts ordered to fight for their superiors does not sit will with her. Cassiopeia believes leaders should be strong, the strongest of their peers, and fight to protect the weak. Not the inverse, as many kings are fond of doing.
    • Cities: Cassiopeia has a great disdain for large cities, disliking every aspect of them save for the variety of food and drink available. From the crowded streets, to the towering buildings, to the high stone walls, she finds large cities suffocating and unbearable even if they are an unavoidable part of society.
    • Machines: Cassiopeia has an uneasy distrust of machines, particularly anything autonomous or sentient. She dislikes the concept of mechanical life, especially mechanical doppelgangers. A firm believer that hard work and labor are rewarding, Cassiopeia thinks machines make mankind weak as they grow dependent on them. They should focus on honing their bodies, rather than concocting new devices and gadgets to alleviate the burdens of their lives.
    • Defeat: Cassiopeia is a sore loser, almost incapable of handling defeat. She laments when her own strength fails her, and sees defeat as a personal failure of the highest order. This only spurns her to work harder, as she is loath to suffer the indignity of defeat multiple times to the same opponent. Her pride and stubborn nature compel her to grow stronger, and topple any foe placed before her by whatever means necessary.

    Motivations:
    • Pride: Above all else Cassiopeia is driven by her immense pride. She wishes to become a warrior of legend, with deeds and accolades that fill the pages of the history books. She wants a life worthy of veneration, remembrance, and seeks a glorious death in battle at the end of a long life filled with accomplishment.
    • Power: Cassiopeia craves power above all else, endlessly pushing herself to become stronger than she was before. She trains diligently every day, studies magics for long hours into the night, and is quick to spar with allies or anyone she thinks is a fitting opponent in truth. Never wanting to be a damsel in distress, Cassiopeia wants the power to make sure she can claim her own destiny, carving it into the very memories of history with her might. For her, a warrior pursuing anything less than greater might is a waste of their potential.
    • Fame: Cassiopeia's great vanity gives her a burning lust for fame and adoration. She wishes her name to be known far and wide, spoken in songs and tales of her great deeds and fearsome foes bested in battle. The woman self styles herself as the "Queen of the Monsters", a title she hopes to earn in blood and fire as she slays her way to the upper echelons of the world's greatest warriors. She can't stand the thought of living a life of mediocrity, fading out of existence having accomplished so little no one remains to remember if she even lived at all.

    Fears:
    • Failure: Cassiopeia's greatest fear is failure, especially in herself. Her drive and pride mean she endlessly worries about a future where her actions lead only to her own failure. She buries these fears under normally unshakable confidence, though when they inevitably creep into her thoughts they can be near paralyzing as she second guesses her own decisions in life.
    • Death: Cassiopeia is keenly aware her life is one filled with danger and peril, and the world is a cold uncaring place. The shadow of death haunts every corner of the globe, and its touch is always reaching out to claim those who least suspect it. Despite her battle lust and hunger for power, Cassiopeia fears an early grave. She wishes to live life to its fullest, marrying, having numerous children, growing old, and then finally claiming a warrior's death rather than fading away in the comfort of a warm bed. She has no desire to die young, and this fear keeps her more wild nature in check.
    • Monkeys: Cassiopeia hates monkeys, primarily gorillas, especially when corrected that gorillas are great apes, not monkeys. Every aspect of monkeys creeps her out, from their human like hands and feet to their cunning nature, to their agile unpredictable movements. She will go to great lengths to avoid any kind of close contact with monkeys, even so far as trying to scare them off first.

    General Appearance
    Height: 7'2"
    Weight: 465lbs (Approx. half is her tail)
    Hair: Ebon Black
    Eyes: Fiery Orange
    Skin Tone: Light, but sun kissed
    Appearance: Cassiopeia is a Kaijin, a member of an exceptionally large race of humanoid giants that have the blood of monsters in their veins. Already far taller than the average human, and still growing, Cassiopeia nonetheless has 'normal' proportions. Standing just over seven feet tall, the young woman has a ravishing beauty, with a very curvaceous visage. Sporting a large bust, wide hips, and a slender waist, she bares a prominent hourglass figure.

    Cassiopeia has a long mane of jet black hair that she deigns to style in any way. It tumbles down past the small of her back, reaching to mid thigh. She has a rather severe look, despite her heart shaped face and full lips. Piercing orange eyes betray the woman's fiery temper, and her figure is overall toned and athletic in appearance.

    The Kaijin woman dresses herself in flowing black dresses with bare backsides that are best described as alluring and revealing. She adorns the petticoats and frills of her dresses with old dorsal ridges that have since fallen out with age. Cassiopeia tends to wear shoulderless black sleeves, with matching black leggings and black high heeled boots. Despite the somewhat regal look of her attire, it is far from a hindrance when fighting.

    Most notable though, is the woman's ominously large reptilian tail. Claiming to have the blood of an eponymous "King of the Monsters" in her veins, Cassiopeia's tail is massive as it is powerful. Nearly double her body length and thicker than her waist, with rows of bony ridges running its length. It is an unmistakable oddity that makes Cassiopeia easily spotted among a crowd, even more so than her towering height. Nonetheless she adores her tail, finding it the centerpiece of her beauty, and goes to great length to keep it well cared for.

    Lastly, Cassiopeia has a number of dorsal ridges that run the length of her back in three orderly rows. Like crocodile teeth, they are replaced when damaged or broken, and the fact she is unable to remove them permanently is what has lead to the woman's taste in revealing fashion. The maple leaf shaped spines seem to serve a practical biological function, acting as natural conduits for magic. They glow with an ominous blue light when Cassiopeia channels her primal magics.

    Guild: Dies Irae
    Tattoo: Red cross, tattooed on the tip of her tail almost like a stamp.
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    Completed Re: Cassiopeia Gojira

    Post by Johann on 30th June 2019, 5:06 pm

    Cassiopeia Gojira FbVA7uB

    Spoiler:
    @Cassiopeia wrote:Name: Cassiopeia Gojira
    Gender: Female
    Age: 23
    Birthday: 05/30
    Sexuality: Heterosexual
    Special Characteristics: Cassiopeia has an enormous, reptilian tail, roughly twice the length of her body. Dark in color, it grows out from her spine at the small of her back. Thicker than her waist, segmented along its length. Her tail is covered in small bony ridges that glow with an ominous blue light when conducting magical energies. Moreover, Cassiopeia has three rows of dorsal ridges that run along the length of her back; their shape is similar to that of a maple leaf at a glance.

    Personality: Cassiopeia is proud, haughty, and vane to a fault. A great admirer of beauty, especially her own. Her vanity can border on obsession, and she has a great flare for the dramatic. Constantly torn between the idea whether it is better to be loved, or feared, she's opted that like many things, both is good. Cold blooded, in both a literal and a metamorphical sense, Cassiopeia can be seen as an ice queen to those unfamiliar with her. She is often harsh, distant, or simply aloof with others. It takes significant effort, and a great deal of patience to chip through her harsh exterior to the warmth within.

    The young woman's temper is fiery as she is fierce. Quick to anger, Cassiopeia is easily thrown into a rage when insulted or mocked. It takes great mental effort on her part to control her fearsome temper, and she frequently snorts puffs of smoke from her nostrils as she quite literally lets off steam. When in a good mood, the ferocious woman is usually quite docile. Prone to playful jokes, content sighs, and the occasional flirting, she is more than content to just laze away the day when in a good mood.

    Cassiopeia is a dedicated warrior, training dutifully in both unarmed combat and the use of her wild, primal magics. She rises early with the sun, and goes to sleep late into the evening. Believing her body to be a temple, she training both to hone her prowess in battle and maintain her voluptuous figure. She holds a great love of battle, reveling in the thrill of combat, and the scent of blood and fire can drive her in a bloodied frenzy if worked into an adrenaline rush.

    Once thrown into a rampage, Cassiopeia's cold nature is replaced on by a savage, fiery fury. She will destroy anyone she perceives as a threat, and takes considered effort to calm back down. When she does eventually tire herself out, her favored method of recovery is a nice bath. Be it a cold dip in a lake, a warm hot spring, or a soapy bubble bath in a porcelain tub.

    Seeing herself as a natural leader, Cassiopeia does not take well to listening to others. She prefers to go her own way whenever possible, though she's pragmatic enough and gregarious enough to make allies first, friends second, and enemies third. If under a leader she deems worthy of her attention, she is quite the dutiful soldier. He headstrong nature and sheer determination lead her to throwing her all into the task at hand, driving forward towards victory through sheer force of will.

    Lastly, Cassiopeia can be something of a lazy glutton. She has a formidable appetite, matched only by her ability to laze about when she so chooses. She is incredibly fond of eating long meals and then cat napping it away under the warm sun. Given her cold blooded nature, she suns her long tail to keep herself physically energized, and grows rather lethargic in cold climates or when trapped in cold, damp places like caves for extended periods of time.

    Likes:

    • Seafood: Cassiopeia's favored foods are fish, usually grilled by she is open to almost anything, even raw sushi. She will happily gorge herself on fish until her stomach aches if given the opportunity. Though a carnivore by nature, she will hardly turn other meats if offered.
    • Water: Cassiopeia loves water for all its recreational activities. An agile swimmer thanks to her long tail, she is almost as much at home in the water as she is on land. Be it an ocean, lake, river, hot spring, or bathtub Cassiopeia can find a way to enjoy herself there for the better part of an afternoon.
    • Battle: Cassiopeia lives for the thrill of battle, a warrior through and through. She loves sparring with new opponents, testing her might and honing her skills. Though admittedly a sore loser, she sees every loss you can walk away from as an opportunity to come back stronger than before. Unless she's driven in a battle frenzy, in which case victory or survival are the only thoughts on her mind.
    • Men: Cassiopeia can at times be a shameless flirt. She is well aware her curvaceous figure makes her the envy of women and the object of men's desire. She is unafraid to play the part of temptress from time to time, wrapping men's heartstrings around her fingertips and using her feminine vile to get what she wants. This side of her generally only comes out in the presence of alcohol, and large amounts at that.
    • Nature: Cassiopeia finds herself more at piece with nature than civilization. While she tolerates the major ports and cities, she finds stone and steel to be suffocating, and constricting. She much prefers quiet villages, forested enclaves, and smaller human settlements more in tune with the wilderness.

    Dislikes:

    • Soldiers: Cassiopeia is not fond of soldiers, of any kind. From lowly grunts to heroic knights, if a man carries a banner and fights with sword and shield she carries an uneasy dislike of him. This isn't to say that she hates soldiers, but the idea of lowly grunts ordered to fight for their superiors does not sit will with her. Cassiopeia believes leaders should be strong, the strongest of their peers, and fight to protect the weak. Not the inverse, as many kings are fond of doing.
    • Cities: Cassiopeia has a great disdain for large cities, disliking every aspect of them save for the variety of food and drink available. From the crowded streets, to the towering buildings, to the high stone walls, she finds large cities suffocating and unbearable even if they are an unavoidable part of society.
    • Machines: Cassiopeia has an uneasy distrust of machines, particularly anything autonomous or sentient. She dislikes the concept of mechanical life, especially mechanical doppelgangers. A firm believer that hard work and labor are rewarding, Cassiopeia thinks machines make mankind weak as they grow dependent on them. They should focus on honing their bodies, rather than concocting new devices and gadgets to alleviate the burdens of their lives.
    • Defeat: Cassiopeia is a sore loser, almost incapable of handling defeat. She laments when her own strength fails her, and sees defeat as a personal failure of the highest order. This only spurns her to work harder, as she is loath to suffer the indignity of defeat multiple times to the same opponent. Her pride and stubborn nature compel her to grow stronger, and topple any foe placed before her by whatever means necessary.

    Motivations:

    • Pride: Above all else Cassiopeia is driven by her immense pride. She wishes to become a warrior of legend, with deeds and accolades that fill the pages of the history books. She wants a life worthy of veneration, remembrance, and seeks a glorious death in battle at the end of a long life filled with accomplishment.
    • Power: Cassiopeia craves power above all else, endlessly pushing herself to become stronger than she was before. She trains diligently every day, studies magics for long hours into the night, and is quick to spar with allies or anyone she thinks is a fitting opponent in truth. Never wanting to be a damsel in distress, Cassiopeia wants the power to make sure she can claim her own destiny, carving it into the very memories of history with her might. For her, a warrior pursuing anything less than greater might is a waste of their potential.
    • Fame: Cassiopeia's great vanity gives her a burning lust for fame and adoration. She wishes her name to be known far and wide, spoken in songs and tales of her great deeds and fearsome foes bested in battle. The woman self styles herself as the "Queen of the Monsters", a title she hopes to earn in blood and fire as she slays her way to the upper echelons of the world's greatest warriors. She can't stand the thought of living a life of mediocrity, fading out of existence having accomplished so little no one remains to remember if she even lived at all.

    Fears:

    • Failure: Cassiopeia's greatest fear is failure, especially in herself. Her drive and pride mean she endlessly worries about a future where her actions lead only to her own failure. She buries these fears under normally unshakable confidence, though when they inevitably creep into her thoughts they can be near paralyzing as she second guesses her own decisions in life.
    • Death: Cassiopeia is keenly aware her life is one filled with danger and peril, and the world is a cold uncaring place. The shadow of death haunts every corner of the globe, and its touch is always reaching out to claim those who least suspect it. Despite her battle lust and hunger for power, Cassiopeia fears an early grave. She wishes to live life to its fullest, marrying, having numerous children, growing old, and then finally claiming a warrior's death rather than fading away in the comfort of a warm bed. She has no desire to die young, and this fear keeps her more wild nature in check.
    • Monkeys: Cassiopeia hates monkeys, primarily gorillas, especially when corrected that gorillas are great apes, not monkeys. Every aspect of monkeys creeps her out, from their human like hands and feet to their cunning nature, to their agile unpredictable movements. She will go to great lengths to avoid any kind of close contact with monkeys, even so far as trying to scare them off first.

    General Appearance
    Height: 7'2"
    Weight: 465lbs (Approx. half is her tail)
    Hair: Ebon Black
    Eyes: Fiery Orange
    Skin Tone: Light, but sun kissed
    Appearance: Cassiopeia is a Kaijin, a member of an exceptionally large race of humanoid giants that have the blood of monsters in their veins. Already far taller than the average human, and still growing, Cassiopeia nonetheless has 'normal' proportions. Standing just over seven feet tall, the young woman has a ravishing beauty, with a very curvaceous visage. Sporting a large bust, wide hips, and a slender waist, she bares a prominent hourglass figure.

    Cassiopeia has a long mane of jet black hair that she deigns to style in any way. It tumbles down past the small of her back, reaching to mid thigh. She has a rather severe look, despite her heart shaped face and full lips. Piercing orange eyes betray the woman's fiery temper, and her figure is overall toned and athletic in appearance.

    The Kaijin woman dresses herself in flowing black dresses with bare backsides that are best described as alluring and revealing. She adorns the petticoats and frills of her dresses with old dorsal ridges that have since fallen out with age. Cassiopeia tends to wear shoulderless black sleeves, with matching black leggings and black high heeled boots. Despite the somewhat regal look of her attire, it is far from a hindrance when fighting.

    Most notable though, is the woman's ominously large reptilian tail. Claiming to have the blood of an eponymous "King of the Monsters" in her veins, Cassiopeia's tail is massive as it is powerful. Nearly double her body length and thicker than her waist, with rows of bony ridges running its length. It is an unmistakable oddity that makes Cassiopeia easily spotted among a crowd, even more so than her towering height. Nonetheless she adores her tail, finding it the centerpiece of her beauty, and goes to great length to keep it well cared for.

    Lastly, Cassiopeia has a number of dorsal ridges that run the length of her back in three orderly rows. Like crocodile teeth, they are replaced when damaged or broken, and the fact she is unable to remove them permanently is what has lead to the woman's taste in revealing fashion. The maple leaf shaped spines seem to serve a practical biological function, acting as natural conduits for magic. They glow with an ominous blue light when Cassiopeia channels her primal magics.

    Guild: Dies Irae
    Tattoo: Red cross, tattooed on the tip of her tail almost like a stamp.


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    Completed Re: Cassiopeia Gojira

    Post by MarkusEldridge on 20th September 2019, 3:05 pm

    This character is being moved to WIP as it is no longer part of the Guild Group. When the character is updated, you can request an approval.
    Spoiler:
    @Cassiopeia wrote:Name: Cassiopeia Gojira
    Gender: Female
    Age: 23
    Birthday: 05/30
    Sexuality: Heterosexual
    Special Characteristics: Cassiopeia has an enormous, reptilian tail, roughly twice the length of her body. Dark in color, it grows out from her spine at the small of her back. Thicker than her waist, segmented along its length. Her tail is covered in small bony ridges that glow with an ominous blue light when conducting magical energies. Moreover, Cassiopeia has three rows of dorsal ridges that run along the length of her back; their shape is similar to that of a maple leaf at a glance.

    Personality: Cassiopeia is proud, haughty, and vane to a fault. A great admirer of beauty, especially her own. Her vanity can border on obsession, and she has a great flare for the dramatic. Constantly torn between the idea whether it is better to be loved, or feared, she's opted that like many things, both is good. Cold blooded, in both a literal and a metamorphical sense, Cassiopeia can be seen as an ice queen to those unfamiliar with her. She is often harsh, distant, or simply aloof with others. It takes significant effort, and a great deal of patience to chip through her harsh exterior to the warmth within.

    The young woman's temper is fiery as she is fierce. Quick to anger, Cassiopeia is easily thrown into a rage when insulted or mocked. It takes great mental effort on her part to control her fearsome temper, and she frequently snorts puffs of smoke from her nostrils as she quite literally lets off steam. When in a good mood, the ferocious woman is usually quite docile. Prone to playful jokes, content sighs, and the occasional flirting, she is more than content to just laze away the day when in a good mood.

    Cassiopeia is a dedicated warrior, training dutifully in both unarmed combat and the use of her wild, primal magics. She rises early with the sun, and goes to sleep late into the evening. Believing her body to be a temple, she training both to hone her prowess in battle and maintain her voluptuous figure. She holds a great love of battle, reveling in the thrill of combat, and the scent of blood and fire can drive her in a bloodied frenzy if worked into an adrenaline rush.

    Once thrown into a rampage, Cassiopeia's cold nature is replaced on by a savage, fiery fury. She will destroy anyone she perceives as a threat, and takes considered effort to calm back down. When she does eventually tire herself out, her favored method of recovery is a nice bath. Be it a cold dip in a lake, a warm hot spring, or a soapy bubble bath in a porcelain tub.

    Seeing herself as a natural leader, Cassiopeia does not take well to listening to others. She prefers to go her own way whenever possible, though she's pragmatic enough and gregarious enough to make allies first, friends second, and enemies third. If under a leader she deems worthy of her attention, she is quite the dutiful soldier. He headstrong nature and sheer determination lead her to throwing her all into the task at hand, driving forward towards victory through sheer force of will.

    Lastly, Cassiopeia can be something of a lazy glutton. She has a formidable appetite, matched only by her ability to laze about when she so chooses. She is incredibly fond of eating long meals and then cat napping it away under the warm sun. Given her cold blooded nature, she suns her long tail to keep herself physically energized, and grows rather lethargic in cold climates or when trapped in cold, damp places like caves for extended periods of time.

    Likes:

    • Seafood: Cassiopeia's favored foods are fish, usually grilled by she is open to almost anything, even raw sushi. She will happily gorge herself on fish until her stomach aches if given the opportunity. Though a carnivore by nature, she will hardly turn other meats if offered.
    • Water: Cassiopeia loves water for all its recreational activities. An agile swimmer thanks to her long tail, she is almost as much at home in the water as she is on land. Be it an ocean, lake, river, hot spring, or bathtub Cassiopeia can find a way to enjoy herself there for the better part of an afternoon.
    • Battle: Cassiopeia lives for the thrill of battle, a warrior through and through. She loves sparring with new opponents, testing her might and honing her skills. Though admittedly a sore loser, she sees every loss you can walk away from as an opportunity to come back stronger than before. Unless she's driven in a battle frenzy, in which case victory or survival are the only thoughts on her mind.
    • Men: Cassiopeia can at times be a shameless flirt. She is well aware her curvaceous figure makes her the envy of women and the object of men's desire. She is unafraid to play the part of temptress from time to time, wrapping men's heartstrings around her fingertips and using her feminine vile to get what she wants. This side of her generally only comes out in the presence of alcohol, and large amounts at that.
    • Nature: Cassiopeia finds herself more at piece with nature than civilization. While she tolerates the major ports and cities, she finds stone and steel to be suffocating, and constricting. She much prefers quiet villages, forested enclaves, and smaller human settlements more in tune with the wilderness.

    Dislikes:

    • Soldiers: Cassiopeia is not fond of soldiers, of any kind. From lowly grunts to heroic knights, if a man carries a banner and fights with sword and shield she carries an uneasy dislike of him. This isn't to say that she hates soldiers, but the idea of lowly grunts ordered to fight for their superiors does not sit will with her. Cassiopeia believes leaders should be strong, the strongest of their peers, and fight to protect the weak. Not the inverse, as many kings are fond of doing.
    • Cities: Cassiopeia has a great disdain for large cities, disliking every aspect of them save for the variety of food and drink available. From the crowded streets, to the towering buildings, to the high stone walls, she finds large cities suffocating and unbearable even if they are an unavoidable part of society.
    • Machines: Cassiopeia has an uneasy distrust of machines, particularly anything autonomous or sentient. She dislikes the concept of mechanical life, especially mechanical doppelgangers. A firm believer that hard work and labor are rewarding, Cassiopeia thinks machines make mankind weak as they grow dependent on them. They should focus on honing their bodies, rather than concocting new devices and gadgets to alleviate the burdens of their lives.
    • Defeat: Cassiopeia is a sore loser, almost incapable of handling defeat. She laments when her own strength fails her, and sees defeat as a personal failure of the highest order. This only spurns her to work harder, as she is loath to suffer the indignity of defeat multiple times to the same opponent. Her pride and stubborn nature compel her to grow stronger, and topple any foe placed before her by whatever means necessary.

    Motivations:

    • Pride: Above all else Cassiopeia is driven by her immense pride. She wishes to become a warrior of legend, with deeds and accolades that fill the pages of the history books. She wants a life worthy of veneration, remembrance, and seeks a glorious death in battle at the end of a long life filled with accomplishment.
    • Power: Cassiopeia craves power above all else, endlessly pushing herself to become stronger than she was before. She trains diligently every day, studies magics for long hours into the night, and is quick to spar with allies or anyone she thinks is a fitting opponent in truth. Never wanting to be a damsel in distress, Cassiopeia wants the power to make sure she can claim her own destiny, carving it into the very memories of history with her might. For her, a warrior pursuing anything less than greater might is a waste of their potential.
    • Fame: Cassiopeia's great vanity gives her a burning lust for fame and adoration. She wishes her name to be known far and wide, spoken in songs and tales of her great deeds and fearsome foes bested in battle. The woman self styles herself as the "Queen of the Monsters", a title she hopes to earn in blood and fire as she slays her way to the upper echelons of the world's greatest warriors. She can't stand the thought of living a life of mediocrity, fading out of existence having accomplished so little no one remains to remember if she even lived at all.

    Fears:

    • Failure: Cassiopeia's greatest fear is failure, especially in herself. Her drive and pride mean she endlessly worries about a future where her actions lead only to her own failure. She buries these fears under normally unshakable confidence, though when they inevitably creep into her thoughts they can be near paralyzing as she second guesses her own decisions in life.
    • Death: Cassiopeia is keenly aware her life is one filled with danger and peril, and the world is a cold uncaring place. The shadow of death haunts every corner of the globe, and its touch is always reaching out to claim those who least suspect it. Despite her battle lust and hunger for power, Cassiopeia fears an early grave. She wishes to live life to its fullest, marrying, having numerous children, growing old, and then finally claiming a warrior's death rather than fading away in the comfort of a warm bed. She has no desire to die young, and this fear keeps her more wild nature in check.
    • Monkeys: Cassiopeia hates monkeys, primarily gorillas, especially when corrected that gorillas are great apes, not monkeys. Every aspect of monkeys creeps her out, from their human like hands and feet to their cunning nature, to their agile unpredictable movements. She will go to great lengths to avoid any kind of close contact with monkeys, even so far as trying to scare them off first.

    General Appearance
    Height: 7'2"
    Weight: 465lbs (Approx. half is her tail)
    Hair: Ebon Black
    Eyes: Fiery Orange
    Skin Tone: Light, but sun kissed
    Appearance: Cassiopeia is a Kaijin, a member of an exceptionally large race of humanoid giants that have the blood of monsters in their veins. Already far taller than the average human, and still growing, Cassiopeia nonetheless has 'normal' proportions. Standing just over seven feet tall, the young woman has a ravishing beauty, with a very curvaceous visage. Sporting a large bust, wide hips, and a slender waist, she bares a prominent hourglass figure.

    Cassiopeia has a long mane of jet black hair that she deigns to style in any way. It tumbles down past the small of her back, reaching to mid thigh. She has a rather severe look, despite her heart shaped face and full lips. Piercing orange eyes betray the woman's fiery temper, and her figure is overall toned and athletic in appearance.

    The Kaijin woman dresses herself in flowing black dresses with bare backsides that are best described as alluring and revealing. She adorns the petticoats and frills of her dresses with old dorsal ridges that have since fallen out with age. Cassiopeia tends to wear shoulderless black sleeves, with matching black leggings and black high heeled boots. Despite the somewhat regal look of her attire, it is far from a hindrance when fighting.

    Most notable though, is the woman's ominously large reptilian tail. Claiming to have the blood of an eponymous "King of the Monsters" in her veins, Cassiopeia's tail is massive as it is powerful. Nearly double her body length and thicker than her waist, with rows of bony ridges running its length. It is an unmistakable oddity that makes Cassiopeia easily spotted among a crowd, even more so than her towering height. Nonetheless she adores her tail, finding it the centerpiece of her beauty, and goes to great length to keep it well cared for.

    Lastly, Cassiopeia has a number of dorsal ridges that run the length of her back in three orderly rows. Like crocodile teeth, they are replaced when damaged or broken, and the fact she is unable to remove them permanently is what has lead to the woman's taste in revealing fashion. The maple leaf shaped spines seem to serve a practical biological function, acting as natural conduits for magic. They glow with an ominous blue light when Cassiopeia channels her primal magics.

    Guild: Dies Irae
    Tattoo: Red cross, tattooed on the tip of her tail almost like a stamp.


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