Hero

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Switchblade

level 56

On my hundred, metal legs

Age 1 year
Personality spiteful
Guild The Forsakens Lament
(master)
Gold about 8 thousand
Monsters Killed about 86 thousand
Death Count 40
Wins / Losses 5 / 0
Temple Completed at 08/31/2016
Wood for Ark 19.5%
Savings 1M, 143k
Pet Heffalump Fido 25th level

Equipment

Weapon nerf cannon +66
Shield massive ego +66
Head earmuffs of solitude +66
Body beach towel of doom +65
Arms noodly appendages +64
Legs feet of strength +62
Talisman medal of horror +65

Skills

  • peek-a-boo level 28
  • steel finger level 26
  • concrete placer level 25
  • sword-swallowing level 23
  • scissorhands level 23
  • inept singing level 22
  • effect of the groundhog level 22
  • tin throat level 21
  • spoon-bending level 20
  • somersault squatting level 19

Pantheons

Might17823
Templehood20174
Mastery7207
Taming2380
Survival1449
Savings6642
Destruction1132
Arkeology7299
Unity7
Popularity6
Duelery3

Achievements

  • Builder, 1st rank
  • Favorite, 1st rank
  • Animalist, 2nd rank
  • Fiend, 2nd rank
  • Careerist, 3rd rank
  • Champion, 3rd rank
  • Martyr, 3rd rank
  • Renegade, 3rd rank
  • Shipwright, 3rd rank

Hero's Chronicles

On my hundred, metal legs, I click and I clack over all in my way. Searching, sampling, crawling, and eating all day. I don’t bother anyone, I just stay alone, for I am heading for a destination, yet where it is, completely unknown.

I saved a man along the way, he was bleeding, gasping, and crying; he spoke of another, much more important than him. Some other creature he loved, but I saw not a soul in sight, except for this man, who laid struggling and dying.

That’s where I got these legs, clacking and crawling, I went up his skin. Into his body, I welcomed myself, around his very bones, his spine, I wrapped my grasping limbs.

Now we both travel, we know not where. He becomes more silent, and I continue eating. But we depend on each other, our minds and our weak bodies we harmoniously share. Though sometimes desolate, in our unknown yearnings, for somewhere we know not where, at least we have each other, and the going has been fair.