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Seraph Wiseguard by persephone-the-fish Seraph Wiseguard by persephone-the-fish
My second entry into the Seventh Sanctum contest [link] is the lovely lady known as Seraph Wiseguard.

She is a bard by evening, ninja by night (by day she as known as a deep sleeper), an expert spy for whichever side has the most money, and a mediocre guitarist. Her singing voice makes up for her lack of guitar skills, though, in its enchanting quality (literally, as she can cast spells by singing), and her vast repertoire of dirty limericks and filthy songs is quite popular with the bar crowds. She also has heterochromia, with one blue eye and one grey eye, as a result of her mixed heritage. She has an aversion to rowan wood and dislikes touching iron (alloys are okay), and loves to hear the sound of bells. You'd think her white hair would make her stand out, but it's actually a fairly common trait in the north regions she calls home.

The generator results used to create this character: general person generator: This playful lady has wide gray eyes that are like two pools of mercury. Her luxurious, straight, milky-white hair is medium-length and is worn in a precise style. She has a feminine build. Her skin is light-colored. She has wide feet. Her wardrobe is complicated and revealing, with a lot of blue and gray. Fantasy half breed: The cunning, worldwise female half-Fairy mercenary. She has an hourglass build. Her wardrobe is attractive. Her non-human ancestry isn't obvious, but she has some odd traits hinting at her parentage.
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Lesleigh63 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2009
I like how you captured her two different sides, one playful the other deadly serious. You can see it in the eyes and expression. Nice work.
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persephone-the-fish Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2009
Thanks :)
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