Monday, 21 May 2007
05:54:24 PM (GMT)
I felt like posting this here because if anyone has a critique for me that would be
nice, and also because Microsoft Word is giving me grief.
Name: Boue (Boo-eh, her real name is Mud, but how glamorous is that?)
Age: 2 years
Physical Features: Little Boue is an ugly dragon. Her scales are a moldy green
and mud-like in color. Her body is long, skinny, and doesn't appear to have any
muscle at all. Her eyes are brown, beady, and uncommonly large giving her a surprised
look at all times. Boue's tail is often tripping her and causing her many problems.
The spines on her back are bendable and not much of a threat, however the two horns
on her head are sharp and deadly. Well, they would be if Boue could learn how to use
Armor: Boue doesn't think she needs any armor. In her own stuck-up way Boue
has come to believe that armor will only cover up her amazing beauty (sure...) and
only hinder her honed fighting skill (does running away count as fighting?).
Personality*: Boue is entirely selfish, and narcissistic too. She absolutely
adores herself. Her eyes are completely clouded when it comes to her ugliness. Boue
is often kind, but it is not for other people, she almost always has an ulterior
motive in mind. (Boue's train of thought: Oh, look! He has lots of cows for me to
eat! I should go over there and make sure he gives me one...) She doesn't like to
endanger herself either, but if the need arises she will whip out her feeble fighting
An Interesting Fact: Deep down Boue is aware that she isn't as beautiful as
she thinks, but she's stomped that thought down dead ages ago.
History: Boue's father was killed by a village shortly before her birth by a
group of angry yak-herders, his love of yak meet finally did him in. Her mother was a
very simple dragon and upon Boue's birth noticed her unique coloring, "Mud," she had
said dully, and that was Boue's name. Throughout Boue's first year of life she felt
weighed down by her simple mother, she was tired of eating sheep everyday, sleeping
a lot, and being chastised for blowing mud-colored fire. When she turned one years
old she promptly ran away, a sort of calling led her to do it. Boue's mother is still
alive today and one day would like to know where her dear muddy daughter has gone.
Throughout Boue's training she has illustrated exactly what a dragon should NOT do.
She bumbled along though, and feels she is ready to become part of a team, her
training masters are probably just glad they're done with her.
Last edited: 14 June 2007