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Simidi the Mutant Lupe

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Owner: Neesboy (quidest)

Simidi likes reading and learning.
When meeting others, Simidi would smile sweetly.


- Attributes -

Age: 2,137 days old (51,291 hours)
Birthday: 19th September (Y10)
Level: 1
Gender: Female
Height: 51 cms.
Weight: 128 lbs.

Fishing Skill: 0

Jobs Completed: 0
Jobs Failed: 0
Job Rank: Intern

- Battledome Stats -

Hit Points: 12 / 12
Strength: quite strong
Defence: below average
Movement: cheetah
Intelligence: average

Played: 0
Won: 0
Lost: 0
Drawn: 0
Score: 0

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Description
0_o Your UC Darigan Bori design is awesome.

Oh, right, actual topic of this neomail- that roleplay. I figure that'll also be after the deadline. XD But in the meantime, I came up with a few possible ideas!
• Avaula! She's a modern character who ended up with Pandora's box, full of monsters. She often winds up in other worlds for her roleplays, Narnia-style. X) Might be a little trickier to work out than the others, though.
http://www.neopets.com/~Avaula
• Voror! He's a foul-tempered and equally foul-smelling fire-eater. Not one of the imitators; he actually consumes flames, which continue burning away inside him, leaving him with his less-that-sunny disposition. I think he'd be interesting to pair up with Tray, since Voror's something of an alchemist himself.
http://www.neopets.com/~Voror
• Tragedy, a.k.a. Tricia Nomer, is the sort to get involved in plots of deposed rightful heirs. Heiir is a particularly suitable case- being deposed by his uncle and being mad both smack of "Hamlet", and she always has strong ties with the classic tragedies. She's usually accompanied by Comedy, a.k.a. Camilla Nomer, who would appreciate his love of pranks. I think it would be interesting if they show up as figments of his madness- they tend to be a little flexible on form like that. Tragedy would be urging revenge (uncharacteristic of her, but swift revenge was the solution in Hamlet, and she has to fill in for the role of the Ghost), while Comedy would be encouraging his more impish side.
http://www.neopets.com/~Simidi#T and #C