- Face-up artist(s):
- company faceup
- direct from company
- Reason for choice:
- Once I saw her in the freckled company faceup I knew she was perfect for shelling the character-- not just the features, but the whole attitude she gave off just made me feel like that was HER.
- Best Points:
- She is absolutely GORGEOUS, pretty much everything about her... I love her face, I love her body.
- Worst Points:
- Haven't had any problems yet!
- Head Sculpt:
- Peach Gold
- FID Athletic
- Default for now
- currently in a Lati peach bob with pigtail
- Favourite colours:
- Greens, browns, and greys, but she also likes the occasional pop of red or lilac even though her style leans towards neutrals.
- Fashion style(s):
- In the D&D continuity where she's the party's ranger, she prefers to dress practically for travel and adventure. No really heavy armor.
Modern 'verse Deanna is more a denim and flannel gal-- she likes cute, pretty things but she just doesn't dress up much.
- Key fashion accessory:
- Is a horse a fashion accessory? If not, it's probably going to wind up being belts...
- Character age:
- Character gender:
- Offsite roleplay:
- This doll's character is not available for offsite roleplay.
She specializes in mounted combat, and archery from horseback, though she can also fall back on a good old-fashioned knife fight, and her preferred terrain is the open plains, but she is fairly comfortable in a forest.
Her core defining traits are that she loves her family and would do anything for them (or forcibly adopt anyone INTO her family, if you stand still long enough), and that she absolutely has no sense of when to stop. It's definitely for the best that she's setting out on her journey with an over-cautious new friend who takes about two seconds to view her as a little sister and shares her feelings on family, so that he can handle dragging her into any necessary strategic retreats-- and it's to his benefit that he has someone to have his back for fights they can win, and who will show him some of the familial care in return that he's so used to giving to others. Her third defining trait is that as a ranger with a mount, she is by definition a Horse Girl. The horse is also her family. Friendship with this woman means hearing a lot of Horse Facts.
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