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    Bear Maiti
    Bear Maiti

    Posts : 1
    Join date : 2013-06-14
    Age : 33
    Location : Florida But I am Moving

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    Post  Bear Maiti on 14/6/2013, 1:32 am

    First Name: Bear 
    Last Name: Maiti
    Nickname/Alias/Epithet: Grizzly
    Age: Unknown
    Gender: Female
    Sexuality and Status: Straight
    Clan: None
    Race: Grizzly bear 
    Bio of Race
    Bears figure prominently in the mythology of nearly every Native American tribe. In most Native cultures, Bear is considered a medicine being with impressive magical powers, and plays a major role in many religious ceremonies. Bears are symbols of strength and wisdom to many Native Americans, and are often associated with healing and medicine (since bears continue fighting after being seriously injured, Native Americans often believed they were capable of healing their wounds.) Among the Pueblo tribes, bears are considered one of the six directional guardians, associated with the west and the color blue. The Zunis ascribe healing powers to bears and carve stone bear fetishes to protect them and bring them luck. A bear's claw was one of the talismans frequently included in medicine bundles, and warriors in some tribes wore necklaces of bear claws to bring them power and strength. There were also many taboos regarding bears in different Native American tribes-- the use of hunting seasons (to avoid killing mother bears with their cubs) was the most common, but in some tribes, it was considered disrespectful and dangerous to insult bears, step on their scat, or even utter their names outside of certain ritual contexts. Among the Innu, it was taboo for children or unmarried women to eat bear meat, and some Apache tribes did not eat bears at all. 
    In folklore, Bear is often portrayed either as a sort of enforcer figure who punishes disrespectful or improper behavior among other animals and people, or as a humorless "straight man" for weaker but cleverer trickster characters to play against. Bear personalities in these stories range from wise and noble, of morally upright but somewhat stupid and gullible, too aggressive and intimidating, but in most cases, they do not bother people who have not done anything wrong. (There are a few exceptions to this-- in some tribes, such as the Cherokee, bears are sometimes portrayed as violent enemies of humans. Some tribes also tell stories about monsters resembling man-eating bears the size of elephants, which prey on innocent people and must be slain by heroes.) The devoted maternal behavior of female bears is often noted in folktales, with mother bears sacrificing themselves for their cubs or adopting human children. 
    Bears are also one of the most important and widespread clan animals in Native American cultures. Tribes with Bear Clans include the Creek (whose Bear Clan is named Nokosalgi or Nokosvlke,) the Chippewa (whose Bear Clan and its totem are called Nooke,) Algonquian tribes such as the Mi'kmaq and Menominee, the Huron and Iroquois tribes, Plains tribes such as the Caddo and Osage, the Hopi (whose Bear Clan is called Honngyam or Hona-wungwa), the Navajo and Pueblo tribes of New Mexico, and Northwest Coast tribes such as the Tlingit, Tsimshian, Nisgaa-Gitksan, and Salishan tribes. The bear was an important clan crest of the Northwest Coast and can often be found carved on totem poles. And many eastern tribes, such as the Caddo, Lenape, and Iroquois, have a Bear Dance among their tribal dance traditions. 
    Grizzly Bio
    The grizzly bear is a North American subspecies of the brown bear. 
    These awe-inspiring giants tend to be solitary animals—with the exception of females and their cubs—but at times they do congregate. Dramatic gatherings of grizzly bears can be seen at prime Alaskan fishing spots when the salmon run upstream for summer spawning. In this season, dozens of bears may gather to feast on the fish, craving fats that will sustain them through the long winter ahead. 
    Brown bears dig dens for winter hibernation, often holing up in a suitable-looking hillside. Females give birth during this winter rest and their offspring are often twins. 
    Grizzly bears are powerful, top-of-the-food-chain predators, yet much of their diet consists of nuts, berries, fruit, leaves, and roots. Bears also eat other animals, from rodents to moose. 
    Grizzlies are typically brown, though their fur can appear to be white-tipped, or grizzled, lending them their traditional name. 
    Despite their impressive size, grizzlies are quite fast and have been clocked at 30 miles (48 kilometers) an hour. They can be dangerous to humans, particularly if surprised or if humans come between a mother and her cubs. 
    Grizzlies once lived in much of western North America and even roamed the Great Plains. European settlement gradually eliminated the bears from much of this range, and today only about 1,000 grizzlies remain in the continental U.S., where they are protected by law. Many grizzlies still roam the wilds of Canada and Alaska, where hunters pursue them as big game trophies.
    Classification: Mother of All Bears
    Home: Tá Grá Agam Duit Kingdom
    Possessions: family
    Language: Italian, germny 
    Transportation: Walking
    -Father:  Unknown
    -Mother: Unknown
    -Sister:  One, But can't character can't remember her name. 
    -Brother: Dayman
    Friends and Allies:

    Too many 

    Character Bio: 

    Don't live with mean people if you can help it. They will turn your greatest sorrow to their own account if they can. Bad habit gets to be devilish second nature. One dead herring is not much, but one by one you may make such a heap of them as to stink out a whole village. 
    As it happened to old Mrs. Bear, who was easy as regarded people, and thought well of everybody, and trusted all. So she took in for a housemate another old woman. Their wigwam was all by itself, and the next neighbor was so far off that he was not their neighbor at all, but that of some other folks. 
    One night the old women made up a fire, and lay down and went to sleep Indian-fashion,--witkusoodijik,--heads and points, so that both could lie with their back to the fire. 
    Now while they were sound asleep, Lox, the Wolverine, or Indian Devil, came prowling round. Some people say it was Hespuns, the Raccoon; and it is a fact that Master Coon can play a very close game of deviltry on his own account. However, this time it must have been Lox, as you can see by the tracks. 
    While they were both sound asleep Lox looked at. He found the old women asleep, heads and points, and at once saw his way to a neat little bit of mischief. So, going into the woods, he cut a fine long sapling-pole of ozo-bo-goos, and poked one end of it into the fire till it was a burning coal. Then he touched the soles of Mrs. Bear; and she, waking, cried out to the other, "Take care! you are burning me!" which the other denied like a thunder-clap. 
    Then Master Lox carefully applied the end of the hot pole to the feet of the other woman. First she dreamed that she was walking on hot sand and roasting rocks in summer-time, and then that the Mohawks were cooking her at the death-fire; and then she woke 
    Up, and, seeing where she was, began to blame Mrs. Bear for it all, just as if she were a Mohawk. 
    Ali, yes. Well, Master Lox, seeing them fighting in a great rage, burst out laughing, so that he actually burst himself, and fell down dead with delight. It was a regular side-splutter. When my grandfather said that we always laughed. 
    In the morning, when the women came out, there lay a dead devil at the door. He must indeed have looked like a Raccoon this time; but whatever he was, they took him, skinned him, and dressed him for breakfast. Then the kettle was hung and the water boiled, and they popped him in. But as soon as it began to scald he began to come to life. In a minute he was all together again, alive and well, and with one good leap went clear of the kettle. Rushing out of the lodge, he grabbed his skin, which hung on a bush outside, put it on, and in ten seconds was safe in the greenwood. He just saved himself with a whole skin. 
    Now Master Lox had precious little time, you will say, to do any more mischief between his coming to life and running away; yet, short as the allowance was, he made a great deal of it. For even while jumping out his wits for wickedness came to him, and he just kicked the edge of the pot, so that it spilled all the scalding hot water into the fire, and threw up the ashes with a great splutter. They flew into the eyes of Dame Bear and blinded her. 
    Now this was hard on the old lady. She could not go out hunting, or set traps, or fish any more; and her partner, being mean, kept all the nice morsels for herself. Mrs. Bear only got the leanest and poorest of the meat, though there was plenty of the best. As my grandfather used to say, Mrs. Bear might have fared better if she had used her eyes earlier. 
    One day, when she was sitting alone in the wigwam, Mrs. Bear began to remember all she had ever heard about eyes, and it came into her head that sometimes they were closed up in such a clever way that folk could cut them open again. So she got her knife and sharpened it, and, carefully cutting a little, saw the light of day. Then she was glad indeed, and with a little more cutting found that she could see as well as ever. And as good luck does not come singly, the very first thing she beheld was an abundance of beautiful fat venison, fish, and maple-sugar hung up overhead. 
    Dame Bear said nothing about her having recovered her eyesight. She watched all the cooking going on, and saw the daintiest dinner, which all went into one platter, and a very poor lot of bones and scraps placed in another. Then, when she was called to eat, she simply said to the other woman, who kept the best, "Well, you have done well for yourself!" 
    The others saw that Mrs. Bear had recovered her sight. She was frightened, for Dame Bear was by far the better man of the two. So she cried out, "Bless me! What a mistake I've made! Why, I gave you the wrong dish. You know, my dear sister, 
    That I always give you the best because you are blind."
    My grandfather said that after this Mrs. The bear kept her eyes open for people in two ways. And it always made us laugh, that did.
    The Spirit of Mischief in these stories is sometimes Lox, the Wolverine; at others the Raccoon, or the Badger. Their adventures are interchangeable. But the character is always the same, and it is much like that of Loki. Now Loki is Fire; and it may be observed in this legend that the wolverine or raccoon comes to life when thrown into scalding water, and that in another narrative Lox dies for want of fire; in another he is pricked by thorns and stung by ants. "We must," says C. F. Keary, in his Mythology of the Eddas, "admit that the constant appearance of thorn-hedges, pricking with a sleep-thorn (Lox's thorns are his bed), in German and Norse legends, is a mythical way of expressing the idea of the funeral fire."
    The first thing that the Lox-Raccoon does in this tale, on coming to life, is to upset a pot into the ashes for mischief's sake. And the very first exploit of the magic deer, made by the evil spirits and sorcerers in the Kalevala (Runes XIII.), is thus set forth:
    This is, in both cases, the very first act of an animal, created and living only for mischief, on coming to a magic or artificial life.
    The legends of Finland and Lapland are as important as the Norse to explain the origin of our Indian mythology. 

    Bear has blood red hair color and baby blue eyes that are almost resembling a sky blue eye color. Crossed her face she has a scar from a battle which she had been given from a fight that she had lost. She weighs about 110 and her height is fairly short and is 4'11.  Her physical beauty is about athletic for  a human like her. Though Bear also has her bears side that has Blood red fur and baby blue eyes with a smile scar in her bear form. In human form though bear always wears some type of blue jeans, and basically any color shirt. She also in human forms loves to wear combat boots and military style. Sometimes when the bear gets really in the mood she would wear Camo witch nightly shows what her personality is like sometimes. 

    The bear is a hard worker and very very stubborn. Though bear is dependable when she is needed and becomes very determined when doing something. The bear is also skeptical and believes success comes though perseverance and reliability. She is sociable and works well in a team most of the time. Though because of her work ethic she functions best as a team leader and no much of a follower. Though bear is short tempered hot headed, and hates to be rushed  when doing things. She can be nice sometimes but it would all very on her mood and at any moment one wrong move could  make this bear snap so you better watch out.

    Likes: Thinking 

    Dislikes:  Unkown

    Color:  Green
    Food:  Pizza
    Dessert:  Cheesecake
    Drink:  Dr.Pepper, Jack Daniel 
    Snack:  Bean Bretos 
    Place:  Zealand
    Weapon:  Claws and teeth
    Saying:    WHAT YOU SAY!!!!! Again
    Time of Day: sun raises 
    Time of Year: Fall
    Weather: mistily, fog

    Fears: Snake, highs, Drowning
    Goals: To stay alive 
    Habits: Sleep alot 
    Hobbies: growing plants 
    Strengths: her family and her will power
    Weaknesses: There is a sword that is made from the gods that can murder any god. 

    Power origin: (Nominate the source of your character's powers by using popular categories like: Vampire, Mutant, Chi, Martial Arts, Demon, Magic, Science, Cosmic and so on...)

    Abilities: Moves Earth. Controlling trees. Branches and trunks 
    Skills/Abilities:  Transforms 
    Form Mastery:  Transformer into a bear
    Elemental Power: Earth 
    Weapons: Claws and Teeth

    • Str:  4: Class 5 
    • Du: 4: Building level 
    • Pw:  3: Bulletproof 
    • Sta: 5: Inhuman stamina 
    • Agi: 6: Above human agility 
    • Spd: 2: Peak human/barely superhuman
    • Fs:  2: Casual fighting skill 3: Street fighter/thug level skill  4: Has military training / martial arts practitioner
    • Int:  3: above average intelligence/well educated 
    • Wp: 5: Iron Will 
    Misc: N/A
    Emotional Stability:  headstrong. 
    Mental Stability :  Two hot head for then there is a softer side that she has.

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    Nightmare Lee Castiel
    Nightmare Lee Castiel

    Posts : 22
    Join date : 2012-08-14
    Age : 26

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    Post  Nightmare Lee Castiel on 14/6/2013, 1:12 pm

    Approved Though a few minor spelling erros it its approved

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