RP: From the Cradle to the Grave
Name: Rai Suwein
Age: 114 (looks 14)
Race: Tsukumogami - Kameosa (sake jar demon)
Occupation: (Illegal) Apprentice Brewer
Height: 4' 00"
Weight: 0. Literally weightless.
Eyes: Pearly white
Hair: Dirty white, light brown
Appearance: A meek, pale-skinned girl with eyes the color of unfermented sake. Rai has a light-brownish white hair that hangs down to her shoulders in a mess and often looks like she's about to cry.
Rai carries an ancient and worn bag that stores a sake jar the size of a small body inside, wrapped in various sheets and cloth, on her back. She wears a traditional Japanese kimono of dull brown colors and wooden sandals.
Personality/Character: Rai is an extremely timid and quiet girl who doesn't speak out much for herself, even when her precious sake jar is in danger. She tries her hardest to go unnoticed by people and is often lurking behind others for a short time before disappearing again.
History: Based on the Japanese legend of tsukumogami, Rai is created as the result of the survival of a hundred year-old sake jar deep within the recesses of an old, run-down Japanese sake brewer's shop. She decided to leave the place to try and bring back popularity with alcohol, despite being a light drinker herself.
Special Abilities: Tsukumogami - With her origin being a sake jar, Rai is unable to travel a far distance away from it without being pulled back. She will also be fatally injured if her sake jar is harmed and will die if it is destroyed.
Rejuvenation - A benefit of being a tsukumogami is that since her body is not physically hers, she can sustain heavy damage and not die, healing up quicker than other races. So long as her origin remains unharmed.
Equipment: A giant sake jar. Despite its age it's, interestingly enough, very durable and can be used as a hammer, as long as it's kept within her bag. Devoid of any alcohol inside. Not even a drop.