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| November 25, 2013 | 0 Comments


No Durian Head Boy

| November 7, 2013 | 2 Comments

Day5-No Durian Head Boy-01

#18 E’si

| November 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

E’si holding a blind man’s rod


Musician Hukutegawa Siten, blind as a man in night’s darkness, was said to be one of the kindest and calmest people in Kinogomura, Nippon. Also said to be quiet good-looking, Siten lived in a one-room hut and gave shelter to those that needed to escape the heavy rains common to the land. One day, he let in a group of women that, unbeknownst to him, was actually a traveling music troupe. He played the shamisen for them while the rain delayed their travels, and they were so impressed with his skills, they insisted he come with them. They brought him to their hometown, Daidaomura, in northern Nippon, and helped him start a career as a professional musician. He happily played in inns and Xixumasa group home for years, charging low costs yet making a great deal because of his talent and kindness. He returned to Daidaomura one day to thank the traveling women only to find that, by order of Empress Ou Mefang, they’d been forced to disband and exiled for distracting workers from their daily scheduled duties. He was never able to find them. Siten later was exiled for the same reason and was made to return to his shack.  He held a seething rage about this unfair treatment to his natural death many years later. Now people say that he can be seen wandering the streets of many different towns and cities, looking for those that gave him his musical career.

#15 E’mo

| November 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

E’mo holding a mask of a Gakano woman


While she lived, historian Takeha Motoko of Nippon who studied the elusive mountain people, the Gakano, or Gakuno as mountain dwellers call them. She was very artistic and creative; she loved to carve and paint, and she created masks based on the faces of the Gakano people she met. She became very close to them and even considered moving into the dark caverns the Gakano spent their entire lives in. Unfortunately, the Takeha clan, a loyalty-based and solitary people, saw this as Motoko abandoning their clan, and they threatened her with extreme punishment if she continued to become close to the Gakano. She refused to give up her life’s work and fled to Masayama, or the City of Mountains. Within the year, Takeha Motoko was found and killed by hired Takeha assassins. Now she’s said to roam the summit of Masayama; eyewitnesses say they’ve seen her with various masks of Gakano faces.

#6 Tsumasu Ryukon

| November 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Tsumasu Ryukon holding a lantern

He’s never been to a formal school, but to everyone’s surprise, Tsumasu Ryukon is very much an intellectual. He’s studied the Ao Liese spirits as well as Harayin, the language of Ao Lai. He travels via super cow-pulled wagon, sharing knowledge. He wants to be married, though, so he’s looking for a wife.

Day 10 Len the Gardener

| November 11, 2011 | 0 Comments



Day 10 Len the Gardener for the 30 Characters Challenge!

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#7 Green Grocer

| November 7, 2011 | 1 Comment

Alexis Floros is a greengrocer by day and the Green Grocer in the late afternoon. By consuming only the freshest of vegetables Alexis gains the ability to fly and throw produce with alarming accuracy.

#2 Toxic Waste

| November 2, 2011 | 1 Comment

A girl made completely out of toxic slime, she may look sad and sluggish most of the time, but that’s just her face sliding down.

no specific age or power, just a circus dweller