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Postby Ssoehrsinaetheron on November 16th, 2015, 4:21 am



Shadow of Aetheron :

Snake Appearance :

Race: Dhani -- Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake
Gender: Male.
Age: 130
Birthday: 13th of Winter, 385 AV
Birthplace: The Nest of Southern Taldera

Appearance: Ssoerhsinaetheron, or Aetheron as he usually calls himself, is an adult Easter Diamondback Rattlesnake Dhani. Though his snake form measures only 8 ft. in length (much shorter than many species in his own sub-race), it is quite muscular and outweighs all other Rattlesnake species, Viper species, and even some smaller Constrictor species. His scales are generally a dark dusty color, laced with sandy tan lines…in addition to the large, faded brown diamonds that give his species its name. The scales of this snake are diamond shaped themselves with a ridge running down the middle of each one and can be raised to turn his normally smooth skin into a field of sharp serrations. His fangs measure a full inch in length – one of the longest of any species of snake whatsoever – these head up rows of needle-like backwards-facing teeth. His head is a large, pronounced triangle shape with large bulges at the base of his jaws indicating the large muscles contained therein. The rattle is quite pronounced in this species, being the largest, loudest, and strongest of any Rattlesnake species.

His Dhani form is typical of a Rattlesnake Dhani, measuring a fell 16 ft. long, bearing markings identical to those of his snake form. The scales are identical to those of his snake form as well, only quite a bit larger. When raised, they give the unsettling appearance that he is wearing a coat of tiny daggers…and due to their strength and pointed tips that is not entirely inaccurate. His facial features are extremely angular, and his jaws in particular are clearly powerfully muscled. His fangs in this form are 1 inch in length...identical to his serpentine form, but long enough to pierce directly to a human’s heart, lungs, or some other vital organs in a single strike. His tail is about the same thickness as his body (tapering towards the tip)…perhaps more so…and is tipped by a rattle that can only be described as immense. The rattle itself is a full foot long and 3 inches in diameter, making it quite the deadly weapon. He uses this form quite often, unlike many Dhani.

His human form is a fit man standing just under 6 ft tall and having a figure that – thought not “ripped”— is clearly composed of more than its share of muscles. His features are quite well defined, giving him an intelligent, cunning, and aristocratic appearance. His hair is dark brown laced with blonde highlights (naturally, not died), and is usually kept at a length of no more than 2-3 inches to keep it manageable, neat, and most importantly out of his way. His eyes are of a piercing deep-sea blue, and he usually allows himself to have a “five o’clock shadow.” He does not worry much about his clothes. While fond of decoration, he also does not like to have them get in the way, resulting in his use of showy fabrics but simple and efficient styles. Aetheron does love jewelry, however, and will adorn himself whenever he gets the chance. He is almost never without his sturdy well decorated crossbelt…one of the few items of clothing that he can wear in human and Dhani form. When he is planning to shift forms, he will deposit any items that he wishes to keep with him into the small satchel (about the size of a fanny-pack, except teardrop shaped), allowing him to go between these two forms without need for special preparation.

Character Concept

Aetheron is a very good soul…it just so happens that a Dhani’s view of good is vastly different from that of most races. Generally, he looks down upon all other races. If one bite from him can kill someone, he does not hold them in much esteem as a general rule. Since his venom will destroy even Nuits, this means that there really are no races that he cares much about. This does not mean that certain individuals cannot prove themselves to him…but that all creatures, sentient or otherwise, equal one thing for Aetheron…food.

Because of this view, he does not think it remotely wrong to “play with his food.” Since he is quite intelligent and rather scientifically minded, this essentially means using his victims as experiment subjects for terrible psychological and biological tests. From his perspective, they are nothing more than food items…he does not see himself as actually performing these atrocities on people, since they are lesser beings that could not possibly serve a better purpose than to increase his learning and to fill his stomach. See Dhani Combat Styles for more info and his habits regarding hunting and torture.

His purpose in the world, he has decided, is to leave his mark upon Mizahar’s history. Since he has at least nearly 300 more years of life, he has quite the “long term” perspective on this. Now, what he actually does is not particularly important to him. Really, he is quite simple. Power, luxury, pleasure, and food are about the only things that particularly matter to him. Power is the ability to change history, and perhaps even become of the the gods…after all, as he sees it, if the venom with which Siku has blessed him kills men, why could it not kill a god? Luxury includes all things artistic, beautiful, and expensive. Pleasure includes satisfying every natural urge to the utmost. Food is…well, food. Thus, his personality is quite deep and complex on how it manifests itself, but in what he thinks and feels it is surprisingly straightforward.

Character History

Ssoehrsinaetheron was born to Halisesyassoehrsin and Marthassianisean in the nest of Southern Taldera. Though one of a clutch of ten, he only knew four of his siblings since the rest died from one cause early in life. Death touched him early this way, and he knew quite well what it meant…and what it meant not to die.

His mother, Ssoehrsin, was the matriarch of their entire family, and one of the more prominent Dhani in the nest. This proved greatly beneficial to Aetheron, both physically and mentally. Much of the prime food that was brought back by his father fell into his mouth, and a great deal that didn’t belong to him fell into his maw one way or the other. Mentally speaking, he took to the habit of scouring the belongings of any sentient beings for written records. While many of the languages evaded him – being too complex to cipher out himself – others he managed to grasp, both through his own work and the work of some of the elderly, wizened Dhani in the nest. These written works never served to provide a systematic education in any particular field, but taught him enough to wet his appetite for the outside world’s knowledge as well as its inhabitants.

His prominence in the nest, his superior education, and his own physical abilities seated a deep sense of personal power in him. Too young to leave the nest, he began hunting for himself, but only giving the victims small injections of venom. He would bring them back to his personal space and then begin to study them. Biology was of minor interest to him, but his main desire was to learn about the mind and the soul. As the small dose of venom caused its pain and damage, he would begin questioning the victims, usually gaining his answers via aid of physical pain. Typical lines of questioning had to do with what they feared, what they loved, what they thought their purpose was, and similarly defining questions…though with particular emphasis upon fears, as those were something that Aetheron personally deemed ludicrous, having never had anything to fear himself. Aetheron’s next step was to destroy or trigger as many of these aspects as possible, sometimes verbally, sometimes with actions. He would continue until they psychologically deteriorated. Such tests were never particularly fast, and would often end up dragging on for days. Keeping the victims was easy, since bits of rope and chain and rages were plentiful from previous kills by members of the nest. By the time he was 70, there was usually at least three victims imprisoned in his sleeping quarters. He only gave them water on occasion, and almost never fed the victims…starvation rarely proved to be cause of death, however. Only once, when he encountered an especially resilient man did he bother to feed him, and then only so that the man would live long enough for Aetheron to break him.

It is quite important to note, though, that Aetheron was doing all of this in an honest quest for knowledge. Killing was a necessity for life as a Dhani, and the deaths were rarely swift and pleasant. Thus, intentional torturing was only a small step beyond what he needed to do to live, and bore none of the negative ideas as it would have done in other cultures. His parents, in fact, encouraged his behavior, glad that their son was seeking to become so erudite in the mysterious ways of the mind.

There was one snake...a great-great-aunt of his....that particularly played a critical part in his life. She already over 300 years old when she began to teach him, imparting wisdom that she, in turn, had learned from an elderly relative when she was a child...a relative that was alive before the Valterrian. One aspect of her time with him was especially important -- the time she took to teach him Nadar-Canouch. Though there were no mages from whom he could learn skills, this language, she assured him, would prove the key to the some most valuable knowledge in Mizahar. To keep this language and her lessons close to him, she made him a cross-body bag, which she personally embroidered with a favorite ancient quote.

At the same time, Aetheron developed a strong sense of justice...in a way. Though his personal sense of justice is generally based upon his own perceptions…and thus can be twisted and shifted to fit his needs…it is overall quite accurate. After watching some of his cousins kill villager after villager just to satisfy themselves with the power-lust and blood-lust triggered in him a deep hate of senseless killing. It was not the killing part that he detested, but rather the senseless part. He was becoming an Idealist, unbeknownst to him, and had already decided that something without purpose is worthless, and the one who does such things is doubly worthless. It was this mindset that drove him to attack and kill these rampaging youths. Killing them was easy – not only were they younger than him, but their species was much smaller and vastly less muscular.

Unfortunately, the Idealist philosophies he had developed over the years were far more complex than any of the members of the nest wanted to try to understand, and thus he became an outcast. Aetheron was only given enough time a snatch up his most useful belonging – his satchel, which was loaded with 600 gold mizas and a few pieces of necessary items. His first intention was to head south to find another nest of which he had heard. Since he had grown up regularly hunting along a well traveled trade route, it was easy enough for him to remain with travelers bound for Kenash so long as he retained his human form. In return for being transported, he promised them protection during their trip through the Dhani hunting grounds...a promise he kept. Their progress was slow and steady, and soon he was an accepted member of the group. When they reached Kenash, he decided to branch off on his own, still seeking the nest he had heard about as a boy. Thus, he hired a guide with the promise that once they made it to his destination he would pay the man. After several months, however, he only found himself in the middle of a trade route in the Sea of Grass, so hungry he ate his guide, with absolutely no purpose. No purpose was NOT something that he intended to let be in his life.

Deciding to start by resuming his old studies, he stalked and attacked a pair of traders. After eating one of them, he used the survivor to supply him with as much information about the current state of the world as possible. For nearly twenty days he kept the survivor captive, having eaten one of their mules. In addition to information, he managed to pick up a little Pavi...just barely enough to be functional, however. When he had learned all he wished, he perused their trade goods, extracted the human clothing he liked, then paid the frightened and starving man. Not only did he pay him, but Aetheron insisted upon paying full market price, and nothing less.

From there he moved to Kenash -- which was astoundingly close, making him suspect the honor of his initial guide and be quite happy that he ate him -- , caught a boat, and decided to settle down in Riverfall. By the age of 130, he had settled in a set of routines rather nicely, and was quickly laying plans to grow that which he longed for most…power.

Character Combat Notes

Aetheron is, first and foremost, a hunter and a warrior. Thus, combat is an important and critical part of life for him. His preferred form of combat is unarmed combat, since weapons only tend to hinder his form shifts and his natural fighting style. Generally, he is of the opinion that if one cannot defeat his foe without a weapon, he is not a good enough warrior in the first place. This is not to say that he does not have a healthy respect for weapons – especially ranged weapons – but that from a personal and character standpoint…he detests them.

Dhani Form Combat

Dhani Traits :
His favored form for combat is, of course, his Dhani form. In this form, he uses his natural coloring as a form of camouflage, preferring to make only one attack rather than actually fight. While it is commonly thought that rattlesnakes warn of their attack with their rattle, this is actually not entirely true, especially for Eastern Diamonbacks. They remain silent more often than not. In truth, the rattle is used primarily to try to intimidate away opponents that they do not want to fight. If they are willing to fight, however, no threat will be sounded.

In this form, his first line of attack relies upon either his fangs, or his rattle. His fangs in this form are quite long, remaining flipped back and hidden in the roof of his mouth. When striking, however, he opens his mouth quite wide to allow them to snap forward into position, revealing their full 3 inch length. When striking, he can actually shift them to face not only downward but his manner of attack will often result in them facing almost directly forwards, muscles extended, thus making them appear even longer than normally. Each fang can be moved individually, allowing him to conform their position to allow for the best strike angle on both of them.


One set of traits that are universal to all forms is his heat vision and night vision. He has excellent vision in the darkness, possessing far rod cells than most snakes. Because rod cells – in addition to being responsible for night vision – are responsible for motion sensitivity, this allows him to be able to notice even the slightest of movements at a rather good distance (his distance vision is not enhanced in any manner, however). While the night-vision and motion-sensitivity are beneficial, his true strength is the heat vision.

Heat vision works as a form of thermal imaging that Aetheron can “overlay” on top of his normal vision. All objects -- living, non-living, magical, or otherwise – possess a certain about of thermal energy. While this does vary upon the environment, the thermal energy still functions according to certain proportionalities and dynamic formulas, which rattlesnakes – while undoubtedly not knowing the actual mathematical formulae – are instinctually able to decipher and understand perfectly. Additionally, heat vision is not an alternative to normal vision, but rather an addition. Heat vision is limited to indicating lines of objects and surroundings – contours such as specific facial features will not be distinguishable. Because it is reliant upon thermal radiation (sub-optical electromagnetic waves), actual “light” plays essentially no importance. Thus, heat vision has indefinite “line of sight” range (logically limited to the point where any individual heat signature would be utterly indistinguishable), functions perfectly in both bright light and zero light, and can even detect aspects that would normally be “invisible” – the fact that a knife is hidden underneath several layers of clothes does not change the fact that its heat signature is still visible.

[NOTE: IRL tests have shown that it is absolutely impossible to mask the heat signature of any living being, with the exception of a certain species of frog that can consciously adjust its thermal radiation level…yet even this does not entirely mask it so much as make it harder to identify. Since real life does not take magic into consideration, there are quite possibly IC effects that might be able to alter/disguise one’s heat signature.]


His venom is a cocktail of different chemicals that combine to yield a varied and deadly effect. When bitten, the victim will immediately begin to suffer a set of issues that will become progressively more severe throughout the whole body at a rate dependent upon the size of the dose injected and the size of the victim. These effects are as follows:

1) Loss of nerve function – especially in muscles (this is the fastest affect. Slightly slower to be affected are involuntary muscles -- this includes the diaphragm and intercostal muscles – for non-anatomy-wise folks, these are what make your lungs expand and contract, making breathing possible – and the heart. The results of this effect are obvious…suffocation, heart failure, death…)

2) Intense and agonizing pain said to resemble being stabbed repeatedly by searing hot hypodermic needles. (This effect, while not the fastest to set in, is the fastest spreading, covering and even filling the body inside and out with said pain rather uniformly within only a few minutes).
2) Unstoppable bleeding from all orifices (openings on the body) which does eventually include even the pores on your skin. This also works internally as severe hemorrhaging. (Second fastest effect)
3) Exteme and painful swelling of affected areas (this is the third of the effects, often not seen in victims because they die before this takes full effect. The bite wounds, however, will swell within just a few minutes, slowly spreading outwards…and inwards).
4) All biological material will begin to dissolve. (Not to liquid, but rather to a texture resembling stale Jell-o. This actually has a range of rapidity. This following list is organized from fasted to slowest – skin directly around the bite wound, muscles directly around the bite wound, eyes, inner ear, liver, kindeys, spleen, intestines, stomach, throat, lungs…and I don’t need to go further, because by that point…you’re dead. )

Part of what makes the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake’s venom so deadly is that it can store and deliver one of the largest doses of venom of any creature on earth – up to 1000 mg! This is nearly 10 times the amount necessary to kill a full grown and healthy human male. This snake, however, is quite savvy with how it uses its venom – unlike many snakes, it can control the size of the dose it delivers. This allows it to have plenty in reserve for bite…after bite…after bite, and its massive fangs have the strength to handle this as well. Alternately, they often deliver doses up to four times larger than the lethal dose, accelerating the effects to lighting lethal speed.


The rattle in the Dhani form is about a foot long and 23 inches wide…approx. twice the size of a dire flail. While the oblate spherical structure of keratin is extremely strong and has more than enough mass to crush bones aplenty, the fact that it IS keratin, hollow, and consists of a stack of the spheres makes it light (relatively speaking…light as a 16 ft mass of living warrior/predator muscles with arms 2x as strong as a human views it…), flexible, and resilient. This is usually used like a flail at the end of his tail (approx. 12 ft separate from his humanoid body, allowing him an approx.. 10 ft clubbing range…excluding sudden lunges or other maneuvers that would extend this range).


The advantage his scales give him is relatively minor, but still worth noting. Since they are large, pointed, and can be raised, they serve not only as a form of armor (superior to leather but inferior to steel), but also as a deterrent from trying to touch him barehanded…his motion and the pointed scales will do some notable lacerations to skin and muscles, though nothing life threating. They can be somewhat debilitating, however, if a foolish person or a sly maneuver on his part results in the damage of tendons or ligaments. These are NOT to be considered ACTUAL weapons, however, and are almost never used as a primary attack, being rather a happy side-effect of close combat.

Superhuman stats

Rattlesnake Dhani average about 2x the strength of a human in this form, and equally accelerated speed and reaction time. This combination – while being slightly weaker than some beings and slightly slower than others – allows him to be a remarkably versatile warrior, fusing powerful and rapid attacks into a dreadfully lethal combat style exclusive to his own sub-race of Dhani.

Forked Tounge

Aetheron’s tongue is forked like all snakes, and connected to the Jacobsen’s organ, which is related to smell. Now, not only is this tongue incredibly sensitive, but it also has a distinct reason for being forked. Because it consists of two separate parts at the tip, he is able to detect not only all of the details contained in a scent itself, but also the what direction the person, creature, or even object was moving when they left the scent. A snake's sense of smell is considered to be one of the most sensitive in all of the animal kingdom, just to put it's power into perspective.

Dhani Techniques :
Aetheron fights like you would expect a Rattler Dhani to fight. He prefers stealth to being overly bold. As such he will remain concealed until ready to fight, usually. Sometimes he will choose the route of intimidation, parading his size and fangs. He will often attempt to keep his rattle from being noticed…or at least from appearing to be a threat. Most people do not associate a Dhani rattlesnake’s rattle with a lethal “one-hit-kill” weapon, and Aetheron likes to keep it that way. When he does use his rattle to pummel someone, it comes invariably as a surprise (presuming the victim is not already familiar with the combat style of Dhani rattlesnakes). He actually prefers to defeat/kill opponents with merely physical attacks if possible, since his venom is a valuable asset that – while he has plenty of it – he prefers to only use if necessary. If he thinks that a melee battle will result in too much damage to himself, however, he is more than willing to use his venom.

If he is trying to remain secretive, he will usually strike from some angle outside of their field of vision. Upon striking, instead of releasing, he will snap one of his powerful hands up and over their mouth, writhing his other arm and the rest of his body up and around their other appendages to keep them from being able to move. Please note: he does NOT do this in the same manner as a constrictor would. This “wrapping” to immobilize his prey is neither particularly orderly, nor with the mind-blowing strength of his larger relatives. There is no intent to suffocate or crush the life out of the victim – while he is certainly strong enough to break bones with his coils, he does not have anywhere near the compression strength required to mortally crush most victims (particularly weak and flimsy victims may suffer more dire consequences from his coils). The killing factor here is his venom and massive fangs which would be driven into the most strategic part of their body available. Said coiling is merely an instinctive attempt to keep an opponent from being able to harm him.

When performing secretive attacks, he actually rarely uses his rattle due to the noise that it makes, which would blow his cover. If, however, he deems that there is no one near enough who would actually suspect anything from a momentary rattle, and that a single hit will kill or knock unconscious his target, he will save his venom for when he needs it.

When in open combat, all of his abilities are put to use. Rattle, venom, fists, arms, tail, scales, etc…everything is fused into a single deadly style. Often he will strike his attacker(s) early on with the minimum lethal dose. For the succeeding time of the battle, he will remain primarily evasive, allowing his superhuman reactions to keep him safe while his venom does his dirty work for him until they are weak enough to cease posing any threat to him whatsoever. Also, if he feels that his opponents are vastly inferior to begin with, he will use it as a chance to brush up on his wrestling and hand-to-hand combat skills.

In most combat situations his is perfectly willing to look for a meal…often, however, he refrains from eating whole humanoids merely because such a large meal would prevent him from shifting to his other forms, and because it would slow him down. Thus, he does carry a small eating knife that he will often use to extract whatever parts of said victims he desires at that moment…organs, bones, muscles, fat…and consume those on the spot.

In actual hunting, his combat style changes often. He is quite intelligent, introspective, philosophical, and flat out curious and eager to learn. These are normally positive traits…but when applied to a Dhani, they take on a terrible twist. Aetheron has always been fond of “playing with his food”…and while this was somewhat harmless – though still cruel – as a hatchling and youth, now that he is mature, it takes an “experimental” turn. He likes to learn about the psychology and biology of his victims, and since he does not like to eat his food cold nor does he like to waste good food, this leaves him with only one option – perform his tests while the victim is still alive. This means that for his hunting he usually chooses prey that will not be able to defend itself well – young women unlearned in things of war, children, and “soft” men who know little of combat. While the sickly and old are vulnerable, they do not make for good eating, and thus they are safe from him (presuming that they have not offended him…in which case he just might experiment on them anyway and still not eat them). These victims he will capture and drag to whatever lair he can find entirely unharmed. They will not remain unharmed for long, however…. If he decides that he wants to experiment upon a warrior of enough skill to potentially pose a problem, he will usually strike in a non-critical location, injecting only enough venom to weaken them to a point of little to no threat. Even a lethal dose, if it is close enough to the minimum, will give him long enough to do at least a few experiments…though he avoids cutting his time short as much as possible, and doses that are too large will result in scrambled and unreliable results. Please note: These tactics do not apply to non-intelligent beings. They are only food to him, and will be killed in the most efficient manner possible.

Human Form Combat

Human Traits :
Aetheron does not have many special abilities as human. Aside from the extra-sensory abilities that are present in all of his forms, he possesses 1.5x the strength and speed/reaction-time of a fit human, giving him quite the edge in combat. The fact that his human form is somewhat self-preserving in fitness and strength does aid him. Otherwise, though, there are very few “special” things about him as a human.

Human Techniques :
Aetheron fights in much the same manner as he does in his Dhani form…with certain obvious alterations. What this means, however, is that he alternates between making “pot-shot” strikes and then falling back to a safe distance, and wrestling with his opponent. While using his fists his combat style does not particularly suggest anything unusual aside from his speed and strength. His wrestling, however, is distinctly inhuman. He uses every last ounce of his body, often leaping not at but rather onto his opponents. When in his grasp, arms and legs both become involved in writhing around his opponent and pinning their appendages. His preferred method of killing in his human form is to break their neck via superior strength. Thus, an attack intended to kill would go something like this:

1)Evaluate the opponent (this could mean stalking or merely using his speed to keep out of harm’s way long enough to get a good idea of who he is fighting).

2)Launch himself at them from the best vantage point.

3)Upon impact, wrap one arm around their neck, making sure that it is at least partially under the chin and has a good grasp on the opposite side of the head or upper neck.

4)Wrap other arm around their arms, or at least the most dangerous arm, and wrap/intertwine both of his legs with theirs to prevent movement to some degree of their lower body.

5)Only a second or two after the initial strike (step 2), use the arm around their neck to perform a sharp twist , using his whole upper body – and even their own upper body – as leverage and counter leverage, respectively.

6)SNAP…victim is dead.

Of course, if he is not planning on being lethal, his combat style will remain more pugilistic, though still characterized by his serpentine movements and striking mentality. The only difference will be that his strikes are intended only to wound or stun, and if he wrestles it will be to disarm the opponent, usually with the result of breaking their arm(s). Combat, otherwise, is not particularly noteworthy in this form.

Serpentine Form Combat

Secret :
His serpent form is no different than other snakes of his same species. He is a bit large, but still within the bounds of normality. Combat is standard for his species, with the only worthwhile notes being on technique.

His technique in this form is that of the ultimate stalking assassin. As a serpent, he can slither up walls (though climbing is not his strong suit due to being rather heavy, he can still do it well enough when needed), under doors, through piping, etc. He is well camouflaged, and can move with surprising speed when he needs to. A particularly worthwhile note is that his species is known to be excellent swimmers…occasionally seen swimming miles in open ocean between off-shore islands and the mainland. Thus, if worse comes to worse, he can shift into this form and make a break for it via water…though such fleeing is quite unlikely. Usually this maneuver will be planned ahead of time, and indicated by the fact that he will be wearing the cheapest clothes that he can get away with without attracting too much notice, and not have his satchel with him. Combat in this form is normal, otherwise.


Fluent Language: Snake-tongue
Fluent Language:Common
Basic Language: Nadar-canoch (Ancient)
Poor Language: Pavi


Skill EXP Total Proficiency
Unarmed combat +26 SP 26 Competent
Tracking +24 SP 24 Novice
Wrestling +10 RB 10 Novice


Lore: Choosing Venom Doses for Victims
Lore: Using Heat Vision to See


1 Set of Clothing
-Simple Shirt
-Simple Pants
-Simple Undergarments
-Simple Coat
-Simple Boots
1 Waterskin
1 Backpack which contains:
-Comb (Wood)
-Brush (Wood)
-Balanced Rations (1 Week's worth)
-1 eating knife
-Flint & Steel
100 Gold Mizas

Heirloom: Aetheron's heirloom is a leather cross-body bag. The satchel is made just large enough to hold a single full set of clothes, shoes included. The belt and satchel are both lightly embroidered with gold thread in calligraphic Nadar-canoch, reading thus:

That which has been is what will be,
That which is done is what will be done,
And there is nothing new under the sun.
Is there anything of which it may be said, "See, this is new"?
It has already been in ancient times before us.
There is no remembrance of former things,
Nor will there be any remembrance of things that are to come,
By those who will come after.

[OOC Citation ~~Ecc. 1:9-11 NKJV]

Instead of having a buckle, the belt is designed with a more simple yet more useful slip-knot cinch. While taut enough to keep the belt pressed close against his skin, when shifting from human to Dhani for the slip-knot will slide enough to permit the expansion of his body. This provides him with a means of storing his clothing and other valuables yet keeping them with him. Unfortunately, when changing from Dhani to human form the belt does not shrink with him, forcing him to take the time to tighten it to his body. This is not a particular problem, however, because after being in his Dhani form everything and everyone that would have rushed him is not in existence anymore...

The belt does not do him much good in his serpentine form, however.


Location: Riverfall

House: Aetheron has booked himself a room in The Coils Club, rather happy to find fellow Dhani. He is staying in a small room...he would prefer a large one, but is a savvy spender, and will wait until he has sufficient money to buy a large one.


Purchase Cost Total
Starting +100 GM 100 GM
House Sold +500 GM 600 GM
High Boots, Common Fur Lined, Fine (Gold) Buckles and Chains (starting purchase) -150 SM 585 GM
Breeches, Silk (Silvery colored), Common Fur Lined (starting purchase) -280 SM 557 GM
Shirt, Brocaded (Shades of grey with silver threads interspersed), (starting purchase) -5 SM 556.5 GM
Vest, Mohair Wool (Grey), Fine (Gold) Buckles and Chains (starting purchase) -900 SM 466.5 GM
Cowl, Common Fur-Lined (Charcoal)(starting purchase) -20 SM 464.5 GM
Winter Lodging at The Coils Club (Small Room) -120 GM 344.5 GM

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