Character Sheet for Randolph Warner
Lab / Lhab / Bal / Bahl (read personality to understand which to use)
German Shepherd and sometimes Labrador (read background/history for more info)
?? Officially 26 (as of 2016) though those figures don't add up given their history
Lab has 4 personalities which he switches between. Lhab is very friendly and often cheerful and straight down the middle between introvert and extrovert showing signs of both. They are very strongly friendship driven and are quite handy with computers. This comes out in both a masculine variety Lab calls "Male Lhab" and a feminine variety Lab calls "Female Lhab". Bahl tends to be more selfish and reserved and just like Lhab has a masculine and feminine variant called "Male Bahl" and "Female Bahl" respectively. It's important to note that the "Male" and "Female" variants are not different sexes physically and are all male. To tell them apart the feminine variants are often drawn with slightly longer eyelashes than the masculine versions. Lhab has a more wide-eyed expression where Bahl has a more lazy expression. Lab usually takes the form of "Male Lhab", their original form, but switch depending on mood though the personalities are often fighting for dominance over the body they share.
Lhab loves his friends, Bahl likes to be alone, Lhab often likes to be helpful, Bahl often likes to see people fail, masculine versions tend to dislike social situations, feminine versions tend to love social interaction. Also "Male Lhab" is very shy, "Male Bahl" is very confident and the two feminine versions tend to be somewhere in between.
Lab joined Puppy Paws back in the early 90s. He generally didn't do much back then and was more of a lurker. At the time he was a Labrador with brown eyes and took the form of his "Male Lhab" form (see personality for more info). He was always hanging around The Monster Crew but whether or not he was officially a member kept bouncing back and forth with him officially being declared a member three times once in the late 90s, once in 2001 and just recently in 2013, however since the latest declaration of membership The Monster Crew have been treating them much more like one of their own and including them in many things. Around the late 90s and early 2000s Lab started introducing a feminine version of himself which he simply called "Female Lab" with "Male Lab" being his more masculine personality (see personality). About the same time his character acquired transformation powers where his body acted like water. Later he changed the spelling of his name to Lhab but kept Lab as his username. In the mid 2000s he started using a German Shepherd version of himself intermittently with his Labrador version as well as alternating between brown and black eyes. Around this time his outfit changed a lot though they kept returning to the outfit they are famous for. In the late 2000s he created a more serious variant of each of the personalities which he named Bahl, "Male Bahl" being the serious version of "Male Lhab" and "Female Bahl" being the more serious variant of "Female Lhab" (see personality). They still used "Lab" to refer to the group as a whole but became rather touchy if people referred to him by the wrong name when he was in a specific form though they have mellowed recently. One of Jay's old friends, an artist who wishes to remain anonymous, has used Randy's Lab persona as inspiration for his own OC, Chorley Ballam, over the years and they have been occasionally confused with each other. The main difference between the two is that Chorley tends to be rather selfish whereas Lab tends to be very friendly.
we know they have a mother and an older sister but other than that nobody really knows.
appears in a variety of settings from fantasy to science fiction to normal life. it really depends on the situation. they go where they are needed.
black German Shepherd or Labrador (read background/history for more info) with black or sometimes brown eyes. Can transform his body like water.
white Capoeira pants and sleeveless hooded sweatshirt which he often rolls the hood into a sort of neck collar.
sometimes seen with an improvised fishing rod