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  • Preferred Genres: Medieval Magic, Horror & Supernatural
  • Specific Preferred Genres:
    • Gothic and Horror
    • Historical Fantasy and Myth
    • Modern Fantasy and Myth

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  • Unwanted Genres: Animals, Historical, Human, School & College, Science Fiction, Fandom see below
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    • Animal
    • Ani-Manga
    • Fandom
    • Historical
    • Real Life
    • Science Fiction
    • Dystopian and Post-Apocalyptic


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PREFERRED WORD COUNT LEVEL:  Free-for-all, though I write 400+ words, myself.




PREFERRED SEXUAL CONTENT LEVEL:  Free-for-all, though I personally will not read and/or write adult content.


PREFERRED LITERACY LEVEL:  Free-for-all, though I consider myself advanced.




  • Playable child characters.
  • Puberty not being a prerequisite to change.
  • A bipedal wolf form, alongside of, or, instead of the oversized wolf form.
  • Ability to retain one's sanity when shifted.




  • Ani-manga face claims.
  • Increased character starting age.
  • Fandoms.




OTHER NOTES:  The character I am wishing to portray is from March 2010.  He is nine-years-old.  I am not upping his age, unless it happens over time in-character.  I know what situations he can and cannot take part in, so premium boards are no problem for me.

Character Biography (Optional)

FULL NAME:  Thomas Moneypenny






DATE of BIRTH:  12 September 16__


AGE:  Nine Years


SPECIES:  Werewolf


FACE CLAIM:  Barney Ivan S. Clark


PERSONALITY:  Thomas is an innocent, loving boy.  He thinks there is good in all people, somewhere, and he always gives others the benefit of the doubt.  Thomas is generally meek, and is quick to forgive.  The child's passive, weak nature can land him in dangerous situations.  Also, despite all the mistreatment he has experienced, Thomas remains pure as the driven snow.  His saintly character carries over into his lupine state, but it is unknown as to why.


HISTORY:  Thomas Moneypenny was born on 12 September 16__ in a Lancanshire almshouse to Sylvestra Blackwell, a beautiful 19-year-old human girl from a well-off family.  She had conducted an affair with a 31-year-old werewolf, who had taken advantage of her complete lack of romantic experience.  To avoid shaming her widower father, Thomas Blackwell, Sylvestra ran away.  She walked many miles to the poorhouse, dying anonymously in childbirth there  A gold locket the teenager wore was stolen by the attending elderly nurse.


Named by a parish official, Thomas spent nine years at the workhouse.  It was a miserable place, but despite the environment there, the boy kept the virtuous nature he inherited from his mother.  He was apprenticed to a local tradesman, who treated him with some kindess.  The man's wife and teenage children hated Thomas, and they went out of their way to bully him.  One day, the master's 18-year-old son mocked the werewolf's mother.  His emotions stirred, Thomas beat him for it.  Caned by the tradesman as a result, the boy was sent to bed without supper.  He wept for the first time since infancy, and grief caused Thomas to shift.  Disoriented, he bounded into the night.

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