LI, JINHAI [SHAMBALAN] Jun 23, 2013 20:13:57 GMT -6
Post by Jinhai Li on Jun 23, 2013 20:13:57 GMT -6
20 ♦ MALE ♦ STRAIGHT ♦ DRAGON ♦ DIVINE GUARD ♦ ZEL
- POSITIVE TRAITS. Devoted, dedicated student, instructor, and warrior. Gives it all. Excellent memory. Black and white. Pragmatic, a planner. Respectful of rules and authority. With his students, patient, firm, encouraging, stern, a teacher with high expectations.
- NEGATIVE TRAITS. Terribly unhappy with liars. Radical. Dogmatic. Black and white. Picks and chooses subjects of his empathy. Loud. Impatient with dissenters and jokesters, especially class clowns who cannot deliver. The Fun Police/'No Fun Allowed'. Somewhat hyperactive; low tolerance for idleness.
- Jinhai often goes by his nickname 'Jin' with equals and family. His formal title is Journeyman Li.
- Jin’s mother married into the Li family, and her son is a cousin distanced from the family’s central column of decorated commanders, soldiers, and even a defense minister centuries ago. This did not dissuade him from pursuing a dream for a spot in the ranks of Bai-shi.
- Jin won his petition and his right to the ranks of the Bai-shi when he opened his box, on the night of his ceremony, and an unbreakable weapon, an iron, single-headed meteor hammer, emerged from the darkness. Heaven passes the final judgment on candidates for Bai-shi by conferring on them unbreakable gifts, so that they might reasonably fight people with dangerously cursed items.
- In addition to the meteor-hammer, Jin fights with an iron long-staff worn typically across his back. He wears the uniform of all Bai-shi officers: a long black coat with silver buttons and mandarin loops, over a black vest with no extra shirt underneath and buttoned with silver bars, dark pants and boots, with black wrist-cuffs. The Bai-shi prefers a very pragmatic, homogenous look.
- After passing his petitioning ceremony at age 18, Jin taught incoming classes of Bai-shi cadets for two years. He was a firm, knowledgeable, and well-respected instructor, and his students were disappointed to see him leave on his first mark at the end of term.
- Jin leaves the temple complex, at the insistent command of heaven, and his mark will take him deep into the Shangdi countryside.