Datafile on Ebryss Tenebrae
Class: Shadowbourne(Shadow Variant of Mimic)
Appearance: Long, layered tattered robes with voluminous hood. The Robes have a duster-style form with twin frayed and tattered tails. Coloring is a deep charcoal that fades to a dusky purple at the fringes. A chitinous layered armoring covers portion of the chest and torso, forearms, knees and shins. Etched into the armor are ancient, Fara'et runes that pulse with a deep purple glow. Encircling his waist is his Realmic weapon, the Coiled Scythe in it's thirteen sheathes, across his lower back.
Underneath the hood is a set of gleaming purple eyes set in a sea of swirling darkness. When the hood is lowered and the face is exposed, it is angular with exaggerated, Ellanish features with a vulpine countenance. The skin is a pale gray with purplish tinge His long black hair fades to a smoke gray and is loosely braided in a quasi-dread style that somewhat mimics his robes.
Realmic Weapon: Coiled Scythe
The Coiled Scythe is a set of thirteen Karambit blades that can be wielded as thirteen curved daggers that can be thrown or dual wielded as daggers, OR can be drawn as a single unit, functioning in the same fashion as a Plasma Whip Blades. In this case, the Coiled Scythe is bound by Realmic Shadow energy. If thrown, the blades can be retrieved at a distance via a contested Judgment test. The thirteen blades are sheathed in thirteen separate sheathes arrayed across a girdle style belt.
Arcane Robes and Demonbone Armor(Light to Medium Armor) w/Environmental Protection Datatablet Field Kit(Supplies for Extreme Survival) 3300 SC
Bauble: Shattered Sphere
Ebryss possess a strange glass like sphere that appears to have been shattered in half. Stranger yet is that it is half-filled with a viscous liquid that does not spill out of the open half. This liquid is wet and will dampen anything with contact, yet it never spills nor evaporates. This liquid also has some chameleonic characteristics as it can change colors and viscosity. The liquid cannot be emptied nor drank for sustenance.