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Ody Fan
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Weirdest Freeform People

Okay, I usually have 'talk it out' roleplays with my friends at school. I have tons of memorable/odd/funny people and I'd liek to see everyone elses freeform freaks.

Posted on 2009-01-12 at 22:56:21.

Ody Fan
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I'll go first

My friend Christina once played a fire demon/human sorceress.

After the adventure was over, the character admitted she was a he. Never again will I not ask the gender!

Posted on 2009-01-12 at 22:57:14.

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I remember him, good ole Arvir

I also remembered Emy played this odd necromancer who always had her hood up. She strung her enemies right ear on a necklace, which she always wore. Somehow, it didn't stink and the ears didn't rot.

But when she died, her hood fell off and the group had a real shocker: She had purple tattoos that spelled out 'Death' across her nose.

I swear, that was one freaky girl.

Posted on 2009-01-12 at 22:59:21.

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