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1 Jingyi Hou [Revamp/Edits] on 14/03/17, 09:31 pm

General Information:

Name: Jingyi Hou
Country Affiliation: Kou Empire
Race: Human
Tier: C-Tier
Class: Warrior
Age + Birthdate: 19; December 29th
Gender: Female
Sexuality: Straight
Personality:
Personality: Jingyi is a hard working individual who's dedicated her life to her aspirations. It's easy to say that she's a dauntless but stubborn woman who does her best to help those around her. Despite her being rather arrogant a lot of the time, Jingyi doesn't mean to be overbearing and just wishes to come off as a friendly person people would want to be friends with.
One thing that Jingyi is known for is her work ethic; she strives to do everything she can to reach her goals whether they're long-term goals or short-term. Unfortunately, she is rather impatient and hasty which often results in a mistake that calls for her to redo her work. But Jingyi doesn't mind, and usually goes back to fix the problem, though she continues to struggle with changing her hurried nature.
Out in the normal world, it's usual for Jingyi to be rather zealous with a grand smile on her face. She's rather optimistic and hopeful, and it's hard to say that she's not affable.
Due to her rather secluded childhood, Jingyi is rather ignorant of the world, and she tends to be rather biased against certain things. But, she manages to hide her natural bias and ignorance with benevolence and curiosity.
She tends to be rather cautious with other people at first, but she's careful to hide it with her natural friendly face. As she becomes accustomed to the new person her caution melts away as her frivolous and work-loving nature shines through. Though, due to her naive ignorance and rather trusting personality, it isn't all that hard to take advantage or trick Jingyi. It doesn't help that she doesn't have a lot of foresight yet, or that she likes to believe in people and that they would do the good thing.
Likes & Dislikes:
Likes: Jingyi enjoys the feeling of being curled up in a warm blanket while it’s cold out. It just feels so comfortable to the woman, and it makes her feel relaxed. She also likes it when someone plays with her hair, including brushing her hair. It feels so nice to Jingyi to have a brush running through her hair, or for a pair of hands to run through them (though it doesn’t feel as nice when it’s her own hands).
Jingyi also enjoys being the center of good attention. For people to recognize her and her abilities since she had worked hard to gain respect and to become stronger. Though, even if she would never admit it, she would like more attention from the guys.
Dislikes: On the other hand, Jingyi absolutely hates it when she’s talking when someone else butts in and cuts her off. It’s a pet peeve of the woman, and despite the fact it never fails to irritate her, she manages to hold her tongue when it does happen. Another thing that tends to annoy the warrior is humidity. It always made her feel icky, from sweating too much or the way her hair puffs up.
Another thing that tends to annoy the soldier is when someone mistakes her for a Fanalis, which tends to happen often due to her appearance. It's understandable sure, but she doesn't want to be mistaken for a Fanalis, she wants to be known as a warrior.
Aspirations & Fears:
Aspirations: Jingyi wishes to have the military career her father never could achieve; her father, one of the most respected figures in her early life if not the most, had his leg wounded during the war. The wound led to his dismissal from the navy along with an early retirement. While Cheng, Jingyi's father, was still able to sail on peaceful waters, it was a devastating loss to him. And so, Jingyi took her desire to please her father along with her interest in the sword arts to start training. Her father, of course, indulged her, excited that at least one child of his wanted to follow in his footsteps, though her mother was less accepting but nevertheless supportive of her daughter's choice. In order to achieve her aspirations of climbing the ranks, Jingyi plans to continue to train herself to become stronger and gain recognition for her skills. She even considered trying her hand at throwing her weight at a dungeon after she builds herself up. Her endgoal is to become a general of Kou, for surely that would impress her father, and even the military clan.
Phobias/fears: Jingyi was a young child when her fear of open water had set in. Her father, a man who was a sailor in the navy during the Kou Empire's bloodier days, had always enjoyed sailing and had wanted to share that love with his children. And so, Cheng took her siblings and her to their small boat, taking every precaution. He did his best to drill rules into their small heads to make sure that they behaved, but it didn't quite make it through Jingyi's skull.
Their boat rocked in the water, and it was easy to hear the excited squeals of children as Cheng's children ran about the boat. The day was a cool one, but the breeze was a sure added bonus. All little piggies were listening to their papa's rules, all but one small piglet. Ignoring her father's rule of to never lean over the railing, Jingyi did just that as she reached out her hand to feel the sea's spraying water. It was at that moment that the boat was hit by an exceptionally large wave which knocked the poor child out of the ship and into the water. With a scream, Jingyi hit the water, her father's comforting advice as to not panic in the water long forgotten as the girl failed her limbs. Despite her attempts to fight the water, Jingyi continued to sink. It was only due to her luck that her father managed to leap into the water and drag her out before the poor child drowned.
Ever since then Jingyi refused to board a boat or go swimming in anything bigger than a small pond. If confronted with the prospect of having to go anywhere near a large body of water, it's unlikely that the usually brave girl would buckle up and deal with it. She just can't, the irrational fear of falling into the water, of sinking farther and farther away from the surface wouldn't let her. Instead, she would instead run away.
Appearance:
Face-Claim: Kyouka - PMMM
Hair Color: Red
Eye Color: Reddish
Height: 160 cm (5’3)
Weight: 58 kg (128 lbs)
Appearance: Jingyi is a woman with vertical challenges and long hair that reaches a little past her hips. Bangs frame the sides of her face and hide her ears, while she has fringes covering most of her forehead. As for clothes, she usually wears a thin, collared white shirt beneath a pale red tunic with long sleeves which tuck into a pair of black forearm braces. Over it all is a metal breastplate that protects her chest, along with a pair of shoulder pad armor, both of which are black. Finally, she wears a pair of baggy, tan breeches that tuck into leather boots; black, thin hip armor; and a cloth sash belt.
Jingyi has a rather open body language; it’s easy to read her through her movements. She tends to act on instinct, and her body language can be rather simple and straight forwards, as she is with her words. Her emotions are clearly displayed from her body language, from sadness to pure excitement. If she’s about to cry, it’s easy to see her face scrunch up as her eyebrows furrow before the dams open.
Other:
Rukh Alignment: White Rukh
Special Features: None
History:
History: Jingyi is the eldest daughter of a former Navy Sailor of Kou, Chen who was a part of the Hou Clan, a military family who has served Kou through all its generations. Its children often found careers that supported the military and its soldiers, from assassins, warriors to even war beast breeders, this clan has also ground out officers. Jingyi's mother, Xinyi, is the granddaughter of a Fanalis who had married into a separate military family, though Xinyi herself is a tailor now. Jingyi is also the youngest sibling as she has two older brothers. She was raised on a small peninsula on the gulf of Kou, their house not far from the beaches where her father often visited to go sailing. It wasn't uncommon that Cheng, with Xinyi's permission, would take their children on small sailing incidents. The young girl idolized her father, and would often beg him to tell her stories of the different things he had experienced over his lifetime. Cheng was happy that at least one child showed signs of wanting to follow in his footsteps, and the girl's desire to learn how to sail like a true sailor and how to wield a sword properly often made the man chuckle.
And soon the time came when Xinyi finally agreed to let Jinyi accompany her father and brothers on their seasonal sailing trips. Though, unfortunately for the young girl, it wouldn't be a pleasant trip for her. Jinyi, much too eager about the forthcoming trip, hadn't listened to her father's rules and warnings. This lead to her incident, one where she leaned far too much over the rails of her father's simple sailing boat when a wave knocked against the ship and sent her tumbling into the water. Her brother was quick to notice, and it wasn't long before Cheng jumped in and rescued his daughter from a watery grave. But, the accident forever colored her view of sailing with fear; an irrational fear that if she ever went close to open water she could once more fall in, though she would drown this time.
However, the girl was still excited to follow her father down a military path, instead choosing to head down one as a soldier of the Kou Empire's army.
Her childhood was otherwise rather mundane; her days spent either outside in the sun with a wooden sword or inside helping her mother with weaving when she wasn't studying.  It was once she reached twelve when her parents finally agreed that it would be safe enough if she started to train in preparation for her to learn how the art of swordplay and she was fifteen when her father finally gave her her first sword. It wasn't long from there until she reached a recruitment office for the Kou Empire.

After that point Jingyi started doing odd jobs for the branch that resided in the town that she resided in after taking off.
RP Sample:
Role-Play Sample: Jinyi jumped back, narrowly avoiding the slash of a long sword, her feet skidding across the wet grass. Her knuckles turned white as the warrior tightened her grip on her sword, her usually friendly eyes narrowed in caution as she eyed the jeering bandit in front of her.

"What's wrong, sweetie? Do you actually know how to use that sword or is it just a pretty decoration?" The man taunted, a malicious smirk on his face as Jinyi felt her face redden. Deciding that she wouldn't dignify him with an answer, she simply lunged forwards, her sword extending in a quick jab at his torso. Her opponent just managed to nimbly jump backward as he raised his own weapon as he continued to shout insults at her.

The woman simply shook her head, clearing her head of the words before raising her sword once more.  She practiced her skills for so long; she already could taste her first milestone of her mission and she wasn't about to let some thief snatch it out of her hands. With a grunt, she sidestepped another slash sent her way before bringing her own sword down in a downward arc. Jinyi didn't stop when she heard a cry of pain, but instead continued. She quickly brought her sword up, knocking aside a weak jab before kicking her leg out and knocking the bandit down.

The man easily toppled over with a grunt, and Jinyi watched quietly as he hissed quietly to himself. After she caught her breath, the woman swung her sword in front of the bandit's face, causing him to pale as he stared down the cool metal. "I'll give you this one chance to run away, alright?"


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[spoiler="General Information"]
[b]Name:[/b] Jingyi Hou
[b]Country Affiliation:[/b] Kou Empire
[b]Race:[/b] Human
[b]Tier:[/b] C-Tier
[b]Class:[/b] Warrior
[b]Age + Birthdate:[/b] 19; December 29th
[b]Gender:[/b] Female
[b]Sexuality:[/b] Straight
[/spoiler]
[spoiler="Personality"][b]Personality:[/b] Jingyi is a hard working individual who's dedicated her life to her aspirations. It's easy to say that she's a dauntless but stubborn woman who does her best to help those around her. Despite her being rather arrogant a lot of the time, Jingyi doesn't mean to be overbearing and just wishes to come off as a friendly person people would want to be friends with.
One thing that Jingyi is known for is her work ethic; she strives to do everything she can to reach her goals whether they're long-term goals or short-term. Unfortunately, she is rather impatient and hasty which often results in a mistake that calls for her to redo her work. But Jingyi doesn't mind, and usually goes back to fix the problem, though she continues to struggle with changing her hurried nature.
Out in the normal world, it's usual for Jingyi to be rather zealous with a grand smile on her face. She's rather optimistic and hopeful, and it's hard to say that she's not affable.
Due to her rather secluded childhood, Jingyi is rather ignorant of the world, and she tends to be rather biased against certain things. But, she manages to hide her natural bias and ignorance with benevolence and curiosity.
She tends to be rather cautious with other people at first, but she's careful to hide it with her natural friendly face. As she becomes accustomed to the new person her caution melts away as her frivolous and work-loving nature shines through. Though, due to her naive ignorance and rather trusting personality, it isn't all that hard to take advantage or trick Jingyi. It doesn't help that she doesn't have a lot of foresight yet, or that she likes to believe in people and that they would do the good thing.[/spoiler]
[spoiler="Likes & Dislikes"][b]Likes:[/b] Jingyi enjoys the feeling of being curled up in a warm blanket while it’s cold out. It just feels so comfortable to the woman, and it makes her feel relaxed. She also likes it when someone plays with her hair, including brushing her hair. It feels so nice to Jingyi to have a brush running through her hair, or for a pair of hands to run through them (though it doesn’t feel as nice when it’s her own hands).
Jingyi also enjoys being the center of good attention. For people to recognize her and her abilities since she had worked hard to gain respect and to become stronger. Though, even if she would never admit it, she would like more attention from the guys.
[b]Dislikes:[/b] On the other hand, Jingyi absolutely hates it when she’s talking when someone else butts in and cuts her off. It’s a pet peeve of the woman, and despite the fact it never fails to irritate her, she manages to hold her tongue when it does happen. Another thing that tends to annoy the warrior is humidity. It always made her feel icky, from sweating too much or the way her hair puffs up.
Another thing that tends to annoy the soldier is when someone mistakes her for a Fanalis, which tends to happen often due to her appearance. It's understandable sure, but she doesn't want to be mistaken for a Fanalis, she wants to be known as a warrior.[/spoiler]
[spoiler="Aspirations & Fears"][b]Aspirations:[/b] Jingyi wishes to have the military career her father never could achieve; her father, one of the most respected figures in her early life if not the most, had his leg wounded during the war. The wound led to his dismissal from the navy along with an early retirement. While Cheng, Jingyi's father, was still able to sail on peaceful waters, it was a devastating loss to him. And so, Jingyi took her desire to please her father along with her interest in the sword arts to start training. Her father, of course, indulged her, excited that at least one child of his wanted to follow in his footsteps, though her mother was less accepting but nevertheless supportive of her daughter's choice. In order to achieve her aspirations of climbing the ranks, Jingyi plans to continue to train herself to become stronger and gain recognition for her skills. She even considered trying her hand at throwing her weight at a dungeon after she builds herself up. Her endgoal is to become a general of Kou, for surely that would impress her father, and even the military clan.
[b]Phobias/fears:[/b] Jingyi was a young child when her fear of open water had set in. Her father, a man who was a sailor in the navy during the Kou Empire's bloodier days, had always enjoyed sailing and had wanted to share that love with his children. And so, Cheng took her siblings and her to their small boat, taking every precaution. He did his best to drill rules into their small heads to make sure that they behaved, but it didn't quite make it through Jingyi's skull.
Their boat rocked in the water, and it was easy to hear the excited squeals of children as Cheng's children ran about the boat. The day was a cool one, but the breeze was a sure added bonus. All little piggies were listening to their papa's rules, all but one small piglet. Ignoring her father's rule of to never lean over the railing, Jingyi did just that as she reached out her hand to feel the sea's spraying water. It was at that moment that the boat was hit by an exceptionally large wave which knocked the poor child out of the ship and into the water. With a scream, Jingyi hit the water, her father's comforting advice as to not panic in the water long forgotten as the girl failed her limbs. Despite her attempts to fight the water, Jingyi continued to sink. It was only due to her luck that her father managed to leap into the water and drag her out before the poor child drowned.
Ever since then Jingyi refused to board a boat or go swimming in anything bigger than a small pond. If confronted with the prospect of having to go anywhere near a large body of water, it's unlikely that the usually brave girl would buckle up and deal with it. She just can't, the irrational fear of falling into the water, of sinking farther and farther away from the surface wouldn't let her. Instead, she would instead run away.[/spoiler]
[spoiler="Appearance"][b]Face-Claim:[/b] Kyouka - PMMM
[b]Hair Color:[/b] Red
[b]Eye Color:[/b] Reddish
[b]Height:[/b] 160 cm (5’3)
[b]Weight:[/b] 58 kg (128 lbs)
[b]Appearance:[/b] Jingyi is a woman with vertical challenges and long hair that reaches a little past her hips. Bangs frame the sides of her face and hide her ears, while she has fringes covering most of her forehead. As for clothes, she usually wears a thin, collared white shirt beneath a pale red tunic with long sleeves which tuck into a pair of black forearm braces. Over it all is a metal breastplate that protects her chest, along with a pair of shoulder pad armor, both of which are black. Finally, she wears a pair of baggy, tan breeches that tuck into leather boots; black, thin hip armor; and a cloth sash belt.
Jingyi has a rather open body language; it’s easy to read her through her movements. She tends to act on instinct, and her body language can be rather simple and straight forwards, as she is with her words. Her emotions are clearly displayed from her body language, from sadness to pure excitement. If she’s about to cry, it’s easy to see her face scrunch up as her eyebrows furrow before the dams open.
[/spoiler]
[spoiler="Other"][b]Rukh Alignment:[/b] White Rukh
[b]Special Features:[/b] None
[/spoiler]
[spoiler="History"][b]History:[/b] Jingyi is the eldest daughter of a former Navy Sailor of Kou, Chen who was a part of the Hou Clan, a military family who has served Kou through all its generations. Its children often found careers that supported the military and its soldiers, from assassins, warriors to even war beast breeders, this clan has also ground out officers. Jingyi's mother, Xinyi, is the granddaughter of a Fanalis who had married into a separate military family, though Xinyi herself is a tailor now. Jingyi is also the youngest sibling as she has two older brothers. She was raised on a small peninsula on the gulf of Kou, their house not far from the beaches where her father often visited to go sailing. It wasn't uncommon that Cheng, with Xinyi's permission, would take their children on small sailing incidents. The young girl idolized her father, and would often beg him to tell her stories of the different things he had experienced over his lifetime. Cheng was happy that at least one child showed signs of wanting to follow in his footsteps, and the girl's desire to learn how to sail like a true sailor and how to wield a sword properly often made the man chuckle.
And soon the time came when Xinyi finally agreed to let Jinyi accompany her father and brothers on their seasonal sailing trips. Though, unfortunately for the young girl, it wouldn't be a pleasant trip for her. Jinyi, much too eager about the forthcoming trip, hadn't listened to her father's rules and warnings. This lead to her incident, one where she leaned far too much over the rails of her father's simple sailing boat when a wave knocked against the ship and sent her tumbling into the water. Her brother was quick to notice, and it wasn't long before Cheng jumped in and rescued his daughter from a watery grave. But, the accident forever colored her view of sailing with fear; an irrational fear that if she ever went close to open water she could once more fall in, though she would drown this time.
However, the girl was still excited to follow her father down a military path, instead choosing to head down one as a soldier of the Kou Empire's army.
Her childhood was otherwise rather mundane; her days spent either outside in the sun with a wooden sword or inside helping her mother with weaving when she wasn't studying.  It was once she reached twelve when her parents finally agreed that it would be safe enough if she started to train in preparation for her to learn how the art of swordplay and she was fifteen when her father finally gave her her first sword. It wasn't long from there until she reached a recruitment office for the Kou Empire.

After that point Jingyi started doing odd jobs for the branch that resided in the town that she resided in after taking off.
[/spoiler]
[spoiler="RP Sample"][b]Role-Play Sample:[/b] Jinyi jumped back, narrowly avoiding the slash of a long sword, her feet skidding across the wet grass. Her knuckles turned white as the warrior tightened her grip on her sword, her usually friendly eyes narrowed in caution as she eyed the jeering bandit in front of her.

"What's wrong, sweetie? Do you actually know how to use that sword or is it just a pretty decoration?" The man taunted, a malicious smirk on his face as Jinyi felt her face redden. Deciding that she wouldn't dignify him with an answer, she simply lunged forwards, her sword extending in a quick jab at his torso. Her opponent just managed to nimbly jump backward as he raised his own weapon as he continued to shout insults at her.

The woman simply shook her head, clearing her head of the words before raising her sword once more.  She practiced her skills for so long; she already could taste her first milestone of her mission and she wasn't about to let some thief snatch it out of her hands. With a grunt, she sidestepped another slash sent her way before bringing her own sword down in a downward arc. Jinyi didn't stop when she heard a cry of pain, but instead continued. She quickly brought her sword up, knocking aside a weak jab before kicking her leg out and knocking the bandit down.

The man easily toppled over with a grunt, and Jinyi watched quietly as he hissed quietly to himself. After she caught her breath, the woman swung her sword in front of the bandit's face, causing him to pale as he stared down the cool metal. "I'll give you this one chance to run away, alright?"[/spoiler]


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