The aimless wizard, Bahir Chebari, had stopped in the small town of Thinus for a couple nights. He's really just passing through, but rumors of a nearby cove filled with treasure has caught his attention. Then a young man by the name of Dedrick Holtenson grabs his attention even more. Name: Bahir Chebari Age: 28 Gender: Male Race: Human, although his mother swears there is desert elf in their family lineage (they're known for being a very magical folk). Physical Description: 5'11 man with a lean but powerful build. With an angular face, olive green eyes and short curly black hair. Then he finishes it all with a winning smile that's gotten him places when his skills could not. Modifications/Tattoos, if any: He has healed burns all along his back, and he hides them as much as possible. So much so he's even had concealment spells on them from others if he couldn't cover them up with clothing. Personality Description: Very charming, bubbly personality. So much so he can appear a bit cocky, but this is more of a face than anything. In truth he's very critical and caring to those who show him respect. He also is very humble when complimented, especially on his magical prowess. In any relationship he is very unlikely to make the first move. Strengths: Strong magical skill, very varied magic capabilities. Is very good at charming and convincing others. Has learned a lot over a decade of constant travel. Weaknesses: He's very lonely, always shying from committed anything (long friendships, relationships, etc). Just like any magic user, he has a daily limit of how many spells he can use based on their complexity or strength. If he doesn't have any magic to use, he's pretty horrible in a fight. Which he's already not the best at. Fears: He'll lose something/someone very important to him. He'll never find what he's looking for in life. Giant goddamn insects. History: As soon as he was 18 he left home, leaving all of his younger siblings and family behind. Out of all of them he was the only one with immense magical talent, able to do more than simply light a fire with his hands. If he wished, he could light up several trees at once. This amount of skill had separated him from his family and friends, especially after the 'incident'. Other: Bisexual, has a fondness for cute animals. ~O~ Name: Dedrick Holtenson Age: 22 Gender: Male Race: Human Physical Description: 5'7" barely, with a lanky, long, awkward build. He almost looks like a puppy trying to grow into his paws. He has thin, red hair with light blue eyes. Modifications None. Plenty of freckles and moles. Personality: Dedrick is eager to please. He'll try just about anything at least once. He usually fails at it. He tried to be upbeat and positive, he keeps any disappointment or sadness hidden. He often comes off as frantic and nervous as well as clumsy. He's the nerdy kid that people shake their head at and say, "Oh, honey." Strengths: Powerful magic talent, but totally unskilled. He's very intelligent, at least when it comes to books. He's very empathetic to others. He usually doesn't accept "I'm fine" as an answer. Weaknesses: Unskilled at his magic and afraid to use it. He will do just about anything to hide that he's a wizard. Very blunt and honest, horrible at lying, gambling, haggling, speaking to people. Sunlight. Fears: Rejection Destroying things. Hurting people with magic. History: Dedrick has lived in the small town of Thinus for his whole life. He was raised by his aunt and uncle, who recently passed away. The town would be happy to get rid of him. Magic pours out of him, even though he tries desperately to hold it in. Things happen, bad things, whenever he is around. He currently resides in a hut on the far side of town and takes on odd small jobs. Other: So deep in the closet he's found Narnia. It was a chilly October night with a storm starting up with a drizzle. The Mirthless Merman Inn was exceedingly crowded that night, with sailors and merchants alike drinking their fill away from the wind's chill. Through all the commotion no one paid any attention to newcomers, and this held true for the adventurer that stepped in as the rain started to pour. The man wasn't really the biggest there, considering his figure was more lean than built. A faint air of magic whirled about him, showing off the effects of a recent drying spell. He walked through the inn, seeming to look for someone as the lights in the room illuminated all of his body. Beneath his leather armor there was a hint of the muscle in the bronze skin. His green eyes took in everything around him, intrigue and mischief within them. Short black hair with curls on the top completed his look. Finally he finds a man younger than himself, and politely asks with his husky, unused voice, "do you know how I would get a room for the night?"