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Tian-Zhen Long

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Tian-Zhen Long

Post by Long Tian-Zhen on Wed Dec 12, 2012 7:30 am

___________ Tian-Zhen Long___________

”Even if my mind has forgotten, my body will remember.”

Nickname(s): Tian, Zhen, or Zan
Age: 18
Sex: Female
Birthday: 12.31.x373
Sexuality: Straight
Affiliation: Neutral Mage
Rank: D

Guild: Millennium Voldgift
Guild Tattoo: Left Upper Arm - Icy Blue

Physical Characteristics: Tian-Zhen is petite overall. Her height only reaches up to 5’3” and weighs roughly around 116 pounds. Don’t let her small stature fool you though. Beneath her smooth, beige-cream skin are tough and flexible muscles. They help her move around quickly and quietly, wherever she is and wherever she goes, and there’s an incredible amount of strength behind them. It’s like she’s a predator in human skin.

Aside from her lithe body type, Tian-Zhen is blessed with long, smooth hair and a pretty face. Her hair is a unique shade of light or pale blue. It darkens to a blue-black when the sun steps down from the sky to let the moon take its place amongst the stars. And during the day, when the sun is beaming on the land, Tian-Zhen’s hair is as bright as the sky. You’ll be able to see how each strand ripples and drapes over her head.

The rest of her face is just as cute as other girls, though its attractiveness is not much to be desired. You see, Tian-Zhen has a hard time expressing her emotions. Even though she has brilliant red eyes and full lips, the blankness is unnerving to some people. But even so, some can appreciate her facial structure. Tian-Zhen doesn’t have the high cheekbones of aristocratic nobility, but it’s high enough to give off a mature feel. And the shape of her eyes are like shaped ended almonds but a bit bigger, still mature but holds a bit of “cuteness” to it.

Attire/Clothing: Tian-Zhen’s clothing don’t vary much and aren’t really all that impressive. They’re not that constant either. Her usual outfit follows the outline of school uniforms.

She has a white button-up shirt with short sleeves. The edges are trimmed by one inch of dark blue lining. Under that shirt are tank-tops that changes color every so often. Around the collar of the white oxford shirt is some type of cloth that wraps around her neck and comes to a knot in front. It’s useful as some kind of handkerchief or as a small package wrapper. On her arms are long forearm guards with steel plates. Tian-Zhen wears black or blue spandex shorts beneath a skirt, which hugs her waist and then flares out. The style is usually pleated in fashion and varies from dark shades of blue. Around her waist are to belts that cross over one another so that one hangs over one hip and the second one over the other. Tian-Zhen also wears long socks that go up past her knees. Her socks are thickly padded and has a thin slate of metal at the middle of the thickness for added protection. As for footwear, Tian-Zhen is used to wearing heavy combat boots. Her most noticeable piece of clothing, though, is her extremely long scarf that can be wrapped around her neck twice but both ends will still dangle by her thighs.

Tian-Zhen is also able to hide most of her weapons within her attire. Multiple stacks of throwing knives are slipped under the metal in her arm guards and boots. There’s even a knife holding belt under her top tank that holds even more stacks of throwing knives. As for her two belts, they carry Tian-Zhen’s main weapons; three blades on her right side and one on her left.

Abnormalities: A long thin scar runs diagonally through Tian-Zhen’s back. It starts just at below the middle of her right shoulder then jaggedly makes its way down to her the curvature of her left hip.

Personality: Tian-Zhen is all over the place, but one thing for sure is that she’s reliable. She has an extremely strong sense of duty and will carry out any an all jobs, favors (if she accepts them), and missions given to her. Having a large belief in that trait also causes Tian-Zhen to be a serious woman. When it comes to anything or everything, Tian-Zhen does not do things half-assed. They’re always done as perfectly as possible. But no matter how many times she’s done her jobs perfectly, the people around her like to keep their distance. They think that she’s too “scary” or “lifeless” to work with, especially when Tian-Zhen looks at them with blank eyes. It also doesn’t help when her expectations aren’t met and her strict ways tend to push people away.

Because of people keeping their distance, Tian-Zhen has come to the conclusion to never expect anything from people. If she wanted something done then she should do it herself. If Tian-Zhen had to push some job onto someone else then she always thinks that the result will be disastrous. In the end, Tian-Zhen will always think the worst so that when the end result is actually decent then her respect and thought of the person is raised but not that much. She doesn’t want to disappoint herself if she happens to misjudge a person’s capabilities. This way of thinking also makes it hard for her to be “nice” to those around her despite going out of her way to help. Her voice, which is slightly lower than most girls, is considered to be so tasteless and bland that even when she’s trying to compliment someone her words might end up sarcastic or insincere.

  • Swordsmanship. Whether she liked it the activity or not, Tian-Zhen spends most of her free time going through each form. After each form, she then spends a considerable amount of time taking care of each blade she owns.
  • Training. Like swordsmanship, Tian-Zhen goes through multiple exercises to keep her body in shape as well as draining her energy so she can sleep at night. After muscle training, Tian-Zhen goes through a series of imagery training, using all her weapons.
  • Learning. Books, any kind, are enjoyable to her. Any facts she discovers is always interesting, in her opinion. Tian-Zhen also likes to learn about other type of activities such as cooking recipes, how to do or make certain things, and even children’s games.

  • Cheesecake.
  • Helping people.
  • Reading.
  • Animals.
  • Nature.
  • Dragons.

  • Injustice.
  • Lack of morality.
  • Blood.
  • Failure.
  • Caramel.
  • Slackers.

  • Who am I? Tian-Zhen has no knowledge of who she is before her fifteenth birthday. She wishes to regain her memories and figure out how she was suddenly stranded near a village.
  • Can I be myself? Despite being a person who likes to help those in need, Tian-Zhen is not confident in keeping herself in check.If she found out who she was Tian-Zhen wonders if she’ll still be the same person, or end up reverting back or changing completely that she won’t know who she is. She hopes to stay true to herself despite any changes or new information.
  • Will you let me be with you? With a majority of her life gone, Tian-Zhen is determined to keep in contact with the people who have shown her kindness. Or if she manages to lose her memories again, Tian-Zhen would like to befriend everyone again.

  • Why did you let me die? Since Tian-Zhen fluctuates between having a moderate to high sense of morality, she doesn’t like letting people die. It makes her think that she was not strong enough to protect them.
  • Are you my executioner? Likewise, Tian-Zhen is also afraid of how quickly she can judge a person’s worth. Sometimes she thinks she thinks that she’s God. Saving one person and then letting another one die just because he or she isn’t worth it.
  • Will I become lost again? Complete darkness, where you can’t see the shape of your hand just inches from your face, is one of the things that Tian-Zhen can’t stand. It causes her to hyperventilate if she can’t find a way out or see any type of light (or any changes of darkness) within ten three to ten minutes.

Augment Name: Predator
Augment Description: Because of this side of her, Tian-Zhen is scared of her past. Her body, which every doctor and healer had mentioned, is very healthy and strong but somewhat different from humans. Her heart beats extremely slow, indicating that she should either be dying or rushed to the emergency room to find a way to raise the heartbeat. But her heart is stronger than any and all athletic humans known. It is able to pump out 5x more blood, which gives her incredible speed, strength, stamina, durability, and reflexes. Her instincts and senses, as well, are affected and increased. Her eyesight is able to let her see in the dark, her sense of smell is similar to that of a bloodhound, and her other senses of touch and hearing are extremely sensitive. It alerts her of nearby enemies as well as giving off her own aura of bloodlust. One unique thing about her is that her nails are extremely tough that most blades (A-Rank and under) cannot cut through them. It is rumored that Tian-Zhen uses an obsidian rock to trim her nails.

**Only allowed to have this in exchange for not creating magic for this character.**

Augment Name: Weapons Master
Augment Description: Due to living with a village that were known for being blacksmiths and masters of weapons, Tian-Zhen has been able to pick up their talent as well after much training and learning. While she is capable of handling any and new weapons with ease and proficiency, Tian-Zhen is known to be an expert with one and two-handed swords of varying length, the sai, and throwing knives.

Fang of Hakkai:
Name: Fang of Hakkai (Destruction)
Classification: Weapon
Type: Sword
Material(s): Unknown. Lacrima, dragon scales and talons.
Appearance: The blade itself is as black as the dark abyss. Even its scabbard reflects its dark persona despite having a white dragon design on it. The guard and the butt-end protection plate are silver.
History: Unknown. It had been with Tian-Zhen since she could remember.

Blades of Mysteltain:
Name: Blades of Mysteltain: Mirai, Seion, & Uragiri (Future, Serenity, & Betrayl)
Classification: Weapon
Type: Swords
Material(s): Unknown. Lacrima, dragon scales and talons.
Appearance: The three blades are actually three different swords: a katana, wakizashi, and a tanto. They are all exquisitely detailed with their silver guards and handles. Their scabbards are a deep blue with a white design of a dragon curling around it.
History: Unknown. It had been with Tian-Zhen since she could remember.

Twin Dragons:
Name: Zenaku & Seishi (Good and Evil & Life and Death)
Classification: Weapon
Type: Sai
Material(s): Iron, carbon, and misc. other elements.
Appearance: The weapon is similar to a trident in that it has three prongs. The middle being the longs and the sides being short and curved. The handle is delicately made so it gives an easy grip before the end of the weapon is finished off with the head of a dragon.
History: These pair of sai were given to her by her foster grandfather, who used to be a master of weapons and martial arts.

Name: Eien (Eternity)
Classification: Weapon
Type: Throwing Knives
Material(s): Iron, carbon, misc. other elements, and dyed rope.
Appearance: The blade is shaped like an elongated arrow head. At the middle is an open circular neck before becoming the handle where thin ropes are wrapped around it for a nice grip. The end is also pointed but blunt for close contact combat.
History: A blacksmith from her foster village made them for her.

Dancing bears.
Painted wings.
Things I almost remember,
And a song someone sings
Once upon a December.
Tian-Zhen Long knew nothing of her past. Nothing before her fifteen years of life. The only thing she could remember were blurred faces and figures, and even then they were indistinguishable. It was just a mess of one thing after another. Except for, maybe, one single song that she noticed that played in the background. She had burned every single note into her mind and even wrote them down, just in case she lost her memories again.

Despite all that, Tian-Zhen didn’t know whether they were even part of her memories or something she made up. They were just too cold and unfeeling. And she often wondered if the blurred faces were her family, and if so, why couldn’t she remember a single detail aside from the shape of their heads or body. No crooked smiles or even a booming laugh. But that was all she could tell the villagers she had been taken into.

They were a very wealthy village, though a bit small. They were also very exclusive and did not allow many strangers to stay in their village unless it was to do business. See, they were a village that produced metal and shaped them into any form they wanted. They ranged from weapons to jewelry to furniture parts. The village also lived near the lower regions of the Lost Pinnacles, where dangerous creatures roamed. Obviously, they were hit randomly and almost monthly by said creatures, and almost every time someone was gravely injured. As part of the community, Tian-Zhen was taught how to defend herself with many of the weapons they made just in case of an attack.

Someone holds me safe and warm,
Horses prance through a silver storm,
Figures dancing gracefully across my memory...
Tian-Zhen was taken in by the family that found her at the edge of the forest. She was not at all close to the young parents and child (who was her age), but instead, she was more fond of the grandfather. He was strict and did not believe in “going easy” on children, especially when it came to training. Because he did not avoid her or fake his impression of her Tian-Zhen followed him around and learned all that she can. She was fond of him and did her best to make him proud. Not long after staying with him and his family, the elderly man began treating her as his own granddaughter.

Far away, long ago...
Glowing dim as an ember.
Things my heart used to know,
Things it yearns to remember.
Her time with the village was slowly ticking. No matter how much the village had gotten used to her, Tian-Zhen always felt like she belonged somewhere else - meant to be out in the world and not cooped up in a small village. The catalyst of her leaving was when she was out hunting in the forest. Unknowingly, Tian-Zhen found herself quite deep in the lower region of the Lost Pinnacles. Too far from safety, Tian-Zhen was ambushed by a large creature. It was reptilian in form, with dark olive green scales and murky eyes. Tian-Zhen ran for miles and miles, but it was persistent. Eventually, she tired out and was cornered by the monster. It lunged and by instinct Tian-Zhen closed her eyes and waited for the inevitable.

There was a vicious roar, a beat of powerful wings, and something heavy weighed in her chest. Tian-Zhen didn’t dare open her eyes until she felt nothing but a small breeze. There was no human-eating monster after her and that strange feeling her made her heart ache, like she was missing something. What had saved her? Tian-Zhen continued to ask that question until she made it to the village.

And a song someone sings,
Once upon a December.
Days and weeks later Tian-Zhen came across her answer. It was a dragon. A dragon! And she was absolutely sure of it. She didn’t see it but every tiny cell in her body was telling her it was. Even though the appearance of the dragons were rare nowadays, Tian-Zhen was determined to meet one of them. Books said that they were of pure magic and if it was true then they could probably help bring back her memories. Tian-Zhen convinced her foster grandfather to let her leave the village on the condition that she go and meet Vayne Oberon.

”Even though I have no memories of my past and am happy with my current life, this is how I think of it... If they are bad memories or even horrible memories, I think I’d still be willing to continue living with them - the burden of my memories. Even though they are painful. Even though they make my heart ache and I can’t help but cry because of them... And even though I sometimes wish and pray and beg for God to let me forget them once more. I want to keep them. I want to remember. As long as I try to be strong and not run away, doing my best, and persevering then I believe there will be a day I can finally be set free by overcoming them. I believe I have the courage to do so. There is no memory that can be forgotten. There can never be those kinds of memories... Because, deep within my heart, I will continue to yearn for them. No matter what kind they are.”


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ps. copied history templete thingy from peter endless. gots permission! Smile

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