Character Name: Baah Lee
Personality: Stoic, but curious about stuff outside of the temple. Will not show curiosity, but will attempt stuff when she thinks no one is looking (usually ends in humorous failure of some sort). (etc, riding a bike, turning on the tv...everyday stuff she has never seen before)
Content Restrictions: (G-PG13 for martial art fighting violence. Unacceptable fetishes: Anything sexual. She has no interest in that stuff)
She had lived all her live up in Woolshu Temple. At age 5, Baah Lee (always address her full name. never call her by first name only) was initiated to train as a Guardian.
Introduced into the training ranks under the influence of her high-status sheep mother, the other trainees were instantly jealous of her.
The fact that she is a rare rabbit-sheep hybrid didn't help matters. She insist she is 99% sheep, as she dislike rabbits in general. Her cowardly father didn't help either.
But in time, she showed great talent, partially due to her rabbit-like dexterity (though she never admit it), and passed training and trails for the First Rank of Guardian at age 9.
She went further to Second Rank at a blinding speed of just four years. Achieving a rank above First isn't as simple as doubling the training required. Everything from the soul, technique, judgement, and morals are judged and weighed carefully before a rank is tested, and given. It normally takes 7 years to advance to Second and 10 or more for each Rank above that.
The Master of the temple granted her the Second Rank but, for the first time in history, attached a requirement to it. She is to leave the temple and experience the world beyond the walls.
She may return when she believe the world have nothing more to offer.
So after bidding farewell to her friends and mother, she began her journey to the nearest town below....
She refuses to lift her ears up. To her, this is the absolute sign of a weak defenseless rabbit listening for danger.
Refuses to eat carrots, as to avoid the stereotype. Early joking attempts by fellow students during her first year of training was met with bloody noses and dislocated joints. Now, when uncertain food venders offer carrots to her, she manages a poliet "No thank you." through closed teeth and forced smile.
The temple isn't completely isolated, as several merchants were allowed to visit and trade goods. Unfortunately, one of the more popular merchants traded many knock-off books to the (delighted male) students. Books like Tale of Two Titties, Mobile Dick, Whore and Peace, The Great Gasping, To Fill Her MockingBird, Boneo in Juliet, The OddSexy, just to name a few. Baah Lee had read a few, but never quite understood them. To this day, she believes she has a general understanding of the world from reading those books.
The general hand gesture of waving a hand in greeting or raising a hand to hail someone is, to anyone living in the temple, the same gesture to initiate a no rules fighting session.
Once, she was inspired to draw/paint when she purchased a hanging wall scroll from a visiting merchant. She tried to use her newly bought pencil and brush, but she could not hold either because she has no thumbs. She managed to squeeze one between one hoof, and used the other hoof to stabilize/guide it. Unfortunately, this arm and hoof position also meant to propose marriage to a woman. Needless to say, she stopped all attempts after she was seen doing this.
Baah Lee's speed is easily equal to a rank 6.
The standard Guardian training encourages new moves to be created, as long as one complete the standard offensive/defense techniques. New moves that are tested and approved will have a small chance of being added to the Guardian book of techniques. Baah Lee has three unique moves added to the book since her joining of the order: The Seven Mile Walk, Persistent Shadowing, and The Spin Sprint.
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