From the journal of Geonero Sartal:
I find myself this morning missing my tea, and at the front gate of my home base at a location which is classified should this journal fall into the wrong hands. Which, I don't believe it will. I had a bit of trouble last night trying to get in, as it seemed that even with flashlights, the guard did not find my identification to be authentic. Then he saw my face, claws, and tail, and thought better of himself.
Yesterday, I returned back from my latest assignment - destroying evidence of a, well, aircraft crash in yet another undisclosed location, and I found a very interesting bit of subject matter on, perhaps, my origin.
You see, apparently there WERE some records lurking down in the basement about recombining DNA to form new creature, and there were very few experiments that actually lived and functioned past the age of two. I count myself lucky to be among the few that did. I think we number twelve in all, across this country anyway.
I never draw anthros. Ever. But I did today!
So, this is my "for fun" entry for Seventh Sanctum's "Warriors and Weapons" contest. I actually ran four generators to come up with him, one for the name and three for the actual description, although I'd be hard pressed to tell you exactly which ones they were.
The results are as follows:
-The playful male half-Sphinx spy. His wardrobe is mysterious. His non-human ancestry is very obvious and not-concealable, but not particuarly disturbing.
-The honest, swaggering swashbuckler. His intense eyes are the color of an overcast sky. His flowing hair is chocolate-colored.
-This solem gentleman has round gray eyes. His fine, curly, brown hair is neck-length and is worn in a severe, uncomplicated style. He is short and has a graceful build. His skin is china-white. He has a small mouth. His wardrobe is dignified and plain, with a mostly yellow color scheme.
-This sword has a blade of a gold color. The guard resembles a pair of angel wings, inlaid with a green-colored material. Its grip is of a dark brown wood. The pommel bears a series of onyxes.
I love that sword. I'm just saying.
And for the record, I reference this picture[[link]
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Geonero Sartal (c) Ej Lowell