|Charisma||☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆|
|Kindness||★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆|
|Caution||★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆|
|Intelligence||★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆|
|Strength||★ ★ ★ ★ ★|
|Build||Wide but highly toned|
|Skin||Browns, orange/cream, reds|
|Hair||Dull brown; full and wild|
Powerful - Bold - Unintelligent - Alexithymic
Seemingly no past and no connections, Amaru's used to getting his way since he's the biggest 'predator' around (he's damn big compared to humanoids he has seen from afar).
He has no manners, thus doesn't know right from wrong in the sense that we understand-- seemingly having no moral code of his own as well, living each day and moment with vigor and enthusiasm in any way he pleases.
He's not used to friends and doesn't really care about them, as he isn't one for conversation or sharing his feelings in a proper manner. Other people are, in theory, okay to him, if he can practice sparring with them.
The way of violence is a means of depicting energy (enthusiasm) and it means a great deal to Amaru. Having to defend himself from childhood to adulthood-- at least until he began to dwarf all of his meals and predators-- meant his time was mostly spent surviving, learning how to kill or fight for his life in various ways.
When he finally grew tall, wide, and strong enough to protect himself without too much of trouble, these habits stayed in his subconscious, turning into hobbies to pass time, eventually becoming a type of way for Amaru to communicate his excitement, his anger, his loneliness, his joy, etc. Not having anyone to share conversation with meant he needed to use actions far more than working through his feelings in words.
In some ways, now at the top of the food chain, he chooses to act like a mercurial God (unbeknownst this is his true calling); protecting critters and creatures when some predator displeases him for unknown reasons, or crushing innocents when he becomes bored or moody.
Shevra's arrival marks a sudden halt to his day-to-day existence and leaves him with far more feelings and confusion than ever before, and eventually his life changes into a structure that teaches him more about humanity. Never having seen another sentient being before, this existence brings Amaru into philosophy on his own existence and trying to uncover his family and ancestors, and why he had been isolated from everyone else.
- Forging and using weapons
- The feeling adrenaline gives
- Honing his body as a weapon
- The simple, and essential (to him) things in life: eating, fighting/defending, etc.
- Every single thing about Shevra. He thinks Shev can NEVER do wrong
- Eating vegetables (tastes like dirt)
- The concept of 'honor' and 'dignity'
- His own furriness. It gets in the way sometimes...
- No one understanding him, or imposing their own intentions on him
- Being stopped for any reason
- He is far on the seemingly uninhabitable outskirts of the Southeastlands.
- His sense of language is stilted, and while he doesn't speak on a faux-caveman level, he often forgets to add important words to his sentences.
- He is not omnipotent.
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