Species/Race (human, furry type, robot, alien, etc.):Vampire.Huzzah.(Or to be precise, Lesser Vampire. There's a big, long description I could put here, but I'm lazy so I'll just say this: Lesser vampires generally look alot like humans, except with longer, sharper (and somewhat like a venomous snake's fangs) canines and are usually alot paler. They tend to be exceptionally easy to hurt and kill, if you can catch them and fight some of the larger, stronger ones down. Act like humans, if a bit wimpier. Yhkam dear is a sterling example of one. Heh. *evil* *whack!*)
Weight:100 lbs or so, possibly less. He doth be Mega uber Skinny Girly Boy.
Fur (hair, feather, scale, or skin) Color(s):Wavy, mostly chin-length or shorter ash-ish gray-black hair. Pale cream-ish skin.
Eye Color(s):Dark blue.
Clothing (armor):Dark sunglasses, an oversized, brightly colored poncho, a large brimmed straw hat, combat boots, gray sweat socks, loose faded blue jeans, and a long sleeved, white turtleneck shirt.
Accessories (weapons, jewelry, tools, magic items, vehicles, etc.):A big, frilly pink parasol with a small blade on top. During the day it's used to protect him from the sun. When it's dark or he's indoors or something, the blade and the handle can be extended so it can be used as a weapon. Always with at least ONE bandage and/or splotch of lotion from being burnt or otherwise injured.
Abilities/Skills & Power Level:Amazingly strong (read:average strength for a normal person) for such a thin little twig boy. A few low-level elemental spells, really only used for small, day-to-day things instead of combat.
Special Effects (if any):Doesn't need just blood to survive, but IS in quite a predicament if he goes too long without it. Staying in the sun without any protection for even a minute will give him a horrid sunburn. 5 more minutes on bad days'll leave him with 2nd or 3rd degree burns. Not good.^^; Easily injured.
A brief and character revealing answer to the question, “What is your ambition?”:"To make people happy...that's about all there is to it, beyond the fairly obvious part about living."