So, this is my character for when I play Shadowrun. EDIT: Its not actually a branch, I just called it that for sake of simplicity for those who don't play. Most are probably more familiar with the concept of D&D than Shadowrun. So I just used D&D as a general idea as both are a similar concept. Dice, Roleplay etc. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
Technomancer-21-elf-Sarah "Seeker" Day.
(Technomancers manipulate internet or in SR the Matrix with their minds to put it simply.)
The grey and red crosshair in the corner is her symbol. She leaves that symbol when ever she completes a shadowrunning mission. The Green stuff surrounding her is the Matrix in AR. (Augmented Reality) The gun is a AK-97 Carbine from the top. And Sarah is awesome.
A bit on the name "Seeker". She is a notorious hacker and gave herself the name SEEKER when she began to come into the public eye. She still remains in the shadows but SEEKER is fairly well known among the hacker/hackie community.
Personality wise; she is a two-faced character--verging on bipolar but not quite. She puts on a facade for almost everyone except for a select few. When the facade is up she is very happy, giggly, fun, and a little bit absent minded. She's slightly sadistic and a little but 'off her rocker'.
On the flip side, she is a very broken person. Her parents think she's dead. Her best friend, Tsumugi, is dead (she watched her die). Her boyfriend, Baade, is dead [she felt him die through empathetic link (also known as a resonance link)]. She hates to talk about either of them or think about their deaths because the died at the same time and the trauma is a bit much for her to handle. She is for the most part alone except for her friend Sarkhan (played by my friend
). She's attached to him because she's afraid to lose him. Despite her cute and 'airy' facade she realistic. She is afraid of death and being truly alone in the world. The former is a common occurrence in SR so she tries not to think about it.
To sum up; shes happy on the outside. On the verge of a psychological breakdown on the inside.
Its fun to roleplay. My SR group has a lot of 'psycho-killer-emotionless' types and some with no personality at all so its a lot of fun to play the opposite of the 'emotionless' character.
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EDIT 2: I read over what I wrote when I posted this and realized I must've been writing/posting at four in the morning because it sounded really bad. I went back and fixed it a little bit.