|Male||31||Aether (Gilgamesh)||Lalafellin (Dunesfolk)|
|Lost Boys||Ul’dah||Monk and Culinarian/ Chef de Cuisine||Wealthy, Independent|
|Hiro has a wife he misses dearly, no children, and 11 brothers and sisters. His immediate older brother died while on a mission with him. Hiro is the youngest.||Hiro enjoys fighting, cooking, and traveling the length and breadth of the world.|
|Hirokuli (or Hiro) as he is called by his friends is a young and spirited Lalafell Pugilist.
Starting out from a family of 13 brothers and sisters, he is used to a large family and
constantly being surrounded by people. Growing up on the tail end of his parents breeding
campaign he was subjected to physical labor by his older siblings and constant teasing and
the pressures of being the "low man on totem pole".
However, due to his upbringing, young Hiro is near impervious to mental subjugation and once he sets his mind on something, he is going to do just that. He is physically shaped just like any member of the Lalafell race with the exception of his muscular constitution. Constant labor and chores have toned his muscles to a very peculiar hardness.
In the terms of his 4th oldest brother Jarakuli, "Hitting him is like trying to punch a mountain face." He is not bulky nor abnormally huge in his peoples’ standards, just much more solidly built. His body type quite naturally drove him to more and more physically demanding roles, such as the pursuit of the Pugilist way of life. Even as a novice he could usually just shrug off blows from monsters several times bigger than himself, and the training only enhanced his speed and tone even more.
His eyes on becoming one of the most acclaimed Monks in the world, Hiro is constantly training both his body and his mind daily trying to reach his goal.
|Male||25||Primal (Lamia)||Miqo'te (Keeper of the Moon)|
|Sharlayan and his master||Sharlayan Colony in Dravania||Hermetic Apprentice, Aetherology Student, working as Alchemist to survive. Double-Agent as a Gentleman Thief.||Average. His family is wealthy, so jewelry and fine clothes are common in his wardrobe, but at this point making a living in Eorzea is becoming tougher than he expected.|
|Hely had a good childhood as far as he can
remember. His father was a Seeker of the
Sun Tia who met a brilliant mathematician
Keeper Miqo’te in Dravania during one of
his many travels and they settled in Eternal
Bond. But that was many many years
ago, way before the Sharlayan gates were
locked shut. |
His father was allowed entry as a citizen of Sharlayan after his relatively long time spent among them, living as one of them. Hely was but a baby during the exodus and he does not remember anything of his time in Eorzea.
|Hely spends most of his time studying arcane formulae or a dusty, Nymian tome. When he is not using his time to advance his research, he may be found on the ground floor of his cottage working in his alchemy shop mixing concoctions to sell. If he decides to mark something to be stolen or accepts a request in the Electrum Quill newspaper, he’ll write a very elaborate letter to the victim informing them of their “visit”, only to appear in the dead of the night, suns later.|
|Hely trained under a friend of his mother, Professor Gerraltdieux - influential Archon and writer of the legendary
essay on arcane geometries called Dynamics of a Meteor. Stern and rigid, he has one of the most strict
traitsounning plans in the motherland, even for an Archon. Relying on the physical development of his pupils
as much as magical and mental, his students were expected to be as skilled at mining ores as they were at
classifying them and their purity. As a Hermetic, his skills are in Astromancy, Alchemy, and Aetherology. Of
course, being a gentleman himself, etiquette was demanded of every one of his pupils.
Hely is following on his mentor’s footsteps and diligently training under his tutelage, including his goal of one day becoming an Archon whose work on Aetherology compare to his own master’s. And thus he came to Eorzea to undertake a deep and profound research on Nymian fairies, including their Aetherial nature, their constitution and characteristics.
In the meantime, his master entrusted him with an alternative job - not a Bibliothec himself, Professor Gerraltdieux believes that while knowledge should one day be of open access to all, not every tome or object should be available to the eyes and hands of the unprepared. Thus Hely often engages in mysterious heists where he attempts to disappear with copies of the Necrologos, Belah’dian daggers, and Mhachi rods of Void arts.
He recently married an Au Ri Onmyoji and Geomancer who co-runs his own newspaper in Ul’dah. He uses it to secretly take requests to rid poor people of their master’s unholy possessions, after hearing of the suffering of a Gridanian staff member after their mistress engaged in Voidsent dealings.
|Female||28||Crystal (Balmung)||Roegadyn (Hellsguard)|
|None||Southern Thanalan||Medic, Relic Hunter, and Part-Time Plant Mom||On the higher end of average.|
|Raised by a single father with four older brothers (one deceased) and one younger brother.||Sketching strangers, stealing small starters from other adventurer’s gardens and cooking way too much food. She also enjoys assisting her friend, Ariel, with her bakery and appraising relics and their level of safety.|
|Adopted by a traveling merchant, Proud Moss found her way to Ul’dah in the hopes of perfecting her training in the ways of goldsmithing and weaving, in order to assist her father’s business. Instead, she found her calling among the mysterious and strange curiosities left behind by ancient civilizations. With her companions throughout the City- States, Moss tends to keep herself busy with relics, the occasional healing and medical calls, and some very bizarre plants that almost have a mind of their own.|