Dale's Adoptable #25

This character is open to adoption under a Relaxed Permanent Contract. You have free reign to choose, edit and modify any of the traits listed here, or even the design of the character itself. Once you claim the character as yours, it's yours, and you are free to put them up for adoption to someone else at any time. If not, you may drop, kill them off, or NPC them as you please. All I ask for is a vague outline of what you plan to do with this character so I can pick a good first fit. A Kiritar template has been provided as inspiration for a face to this character, but it's up to you whether you color the template or use something else.

If interested, please contact Dale via PM on their OOC Dale account.


Credit: Kiri


  • Name: Your character's name here!
    • Etymology: meaning (language) | meaning (language)
    • Pronunciation: pho-net-ic | pho-net-ic
  • Date of Birth: You choose!
  • Sex: You choose!
    • Pronouns: You choose!
  • Species: You choose!


  • Pack: Pack?
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OOC Information



This character, despite their harsh worldview, genuinely believes they are good. They are a crusader for the old ways, believing in a time before Luperci influence when canines were still "feral". They are critical and a perfectionist at heart, first to point out a problem and last to admit fault. They believe strongly in might making right, and may resort to darker means in order to enforce a status quo. They are a Darwinist, but still believe in giving a hand up to those they feel are falling behind. They always have to be right, and can be resentful and impatient with those who don't listen or believe in them. Their anger can simmer for a long time, and they can hold a grudge that can interfere with their own sense of order and principle.

This character, if they had a D&D alignment, would be Lawful Neutral (with Neutral Evil tendencies). From to least importantly, they believe that they:

  • Shall kill to advance themselves, because the law of the claw is nature's truest law
  • Shall help the needy if it advances law and order, because everyone benefits when the weakest are pacified
  • Shall honor legitimate authority, but aren't afraid to question what they consider poor judgment from that authority
  • Shall promote unlimited order in society, but finds it impossible to snuff out all traces of disorder and chaos
  • Shall follow the law only to advance themselves, as following the law (even when it doesn't benefit them) is best in keeping order in general

In regards to their alignment and their behavior, they are, from most to least likely, to:

  • Fit in with their society, as it doesn't help to rock the boat
  • Keep their word only if it's profitable, as they can't be expected to keep their word about everything
  • Not betray a family member, though they will question and challenge their family members for dominance or over decisions made
  • Not harm others for profit, but can be sorely tempted to or press-ganged into it
  • Consider public service in a leadership role an honor, as they don't see themselves as a leader and have no interest in leading

Adopters are free to retcon, completely rewrite, or disregard any of this in favor of their own ideas.



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Immediate Family

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Extended Family

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Possible Character Names

This is, by no means, an exhaustive list. They're simply ideas for an adopter to look at if they can't think of a name they like for this character.


  • Indor: An Early Quenyan name created by JRR Tolkien for his Lord of the Rings world, it means "master of house".
  • Licinus: A Latin name meaning "spiky-haired" or "bristly-haired".
  • Lugalbanda: A Sumerian name comprised of elements meaning "wild, young, fierce" and "king", thus roughly meaning "the wild king", "the young king", or "the fierce king". This was the name of the father of the legendary Gilgamesh.


  • Fia: An Irish name meaning "wild", "wild animal", or "deer".
  • Khulan: A Mongolian name meaning "wild donkey" or "onager", this was a wife of the legendary Genghis Khan.
  • Rodel: A Sindarin name created by JRR Tolkien for his Lord of the Rings world, it means "lady" or "high lady".


  • Dhokash: Means "fate of the falcon" or "falcon of fate". This name was found using an Elvish name generator for D&D.
  • Moonsickle: An English poetic term for a thin crescent moon.
  • Srāban: An older form of a Quenyan word created by JRR Tolkien for his Lord of the Rings world, it means "wild beast".

Talents and Faults

To help flesh out a potential path for this character, a selection of randomized strengths and weaknesses has been made using Joe Larsen's Character Faults and Talents system. These are only suggestions for this character, and you are free to use, retcon, modify, or disregard these ideas as you please.


  • Steel Grip: With either their jaws, claws or both, this character has a hard-to-break grip. Those in their hands will have to fight to break away.
  • Hobby-Level Skill: This character has a skill that is at a hobbyist's level of expertise. Ideas for skills can be found at the Character Quickstart Generator on this Wiki.
  • Generous: This character is generous and giving to those they feel deserve it. They aren't shy about flaunting their favor for someone with gifts and bribes. They may also attract people who want a piece of this generosity, and may have a circle of friends (or admirers) as a result.


  • Poor Concentration: This character has trouble concentrating on a single thing. They may have minor issues such as getting side-tracked when rushed, or find themselves scattered in concentrating all the time. They may have some kind of disorder or brain injury that causes this, or they may have a short attention span. Whatever the reason, the character is prone to becoming side-tracked or even forgetful.
  • Arachnophobic: This character has a fear of spiders and/or spiderlike creatures. They are visibly nervous and on edge when around spiders or spiderlike creatures. They may suffer a panic attack if they are surrounded by or in forced close proximity to a spider or spiderlike creature. The most severe reactions may be extreme anger or violence to get away from a spider or spiderlike creature and can't be controlled. A good article on phobias vs. normal fears can be found here.


This character never knew their mother or their mother's side of the family, but was close with their father. They had friendly relationships with all the males on their father's side, but found relationships with any females strained or non-existent. They were very much their father's child, and were likely spoiled and given a lot of attention. Some of their strongest beliefs come from the males in their family, and to say they live and breathe these males' influences and morals is an understatement. They find relationships difficult due to their high standards, and may have no more than a few flings or one-night stands (if any). Friends and allies are best seen as temporary or subservient to this character, and children would be equal parts over-controlled and spoiled themselves.

There are a number of open territories you can use as a place of origin for this character, or create backstory and ties to. Good examples for this particular character include Chesapeake Bay, El Malecón, Rivière-aux-Graines, and Portland. The on-board settlement of Amherst may also be a good option.

Adopters are free to retcon, completely rewrite, or disregard any of this in favor of their own ideas.