VLC Ranger

A rare good-route version of Celestin, where he managed to stumble his way into a good home. Set up as a Rogue-Scout for another D&D campaign. Primarily his goals are to take care of his adoptive dad-friend-thing, and teach his owlcat to do tricks on command. (It’s a work in progress.) I have no assurance he won’t die horribly on one of these adventures, but for now he’s doing good and working hard.

Team Mercury

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An actual work-related drawing for once! Cain and Dominic from Tria Prima. Their relationship and where it’s headed is one of my favorite parts of the whole thing so far. Dealing with the demonic mafia boss is pretty much the core of Cain’s arc and conflict to start, and there’s a lot more to the two of them than either readily lets on. It’ll get peeled back with time, and a lot of casualties along the way.

SI Reinard

Blood Hunter, “totally 100% human”, Reinard. Typically in development, Fox reaches a crossroads where he either is adopted into a family, or isn’t. From one of the lines where he wasn’t - he became this. Hot mess and angry child, thing-stabber expert and all around confused reject looking for a home. Currently getting pretty chummy with a dark Patron entity. Normally he’s bundled up in gear that hides his beastial features, so he can pass as human. Uncovered, he’s a bit of a trainwreck, between scars from past injuries, a slave brand (not sure yet if he was in the market, or if it’s from his Order, jury’s still out on that one). Lots of cuts to utilize the blood pacts his Order taught him. One could argue they’re not self-harm scars, but really, it’s the same thing just with a flimsy justification overtop.