OOOoooOOOooo... Let me just throw this out there... It'll be fun.
Name Travis Davison
Personality Travis is a man of what would be seen as questionable in moral nature. Many people shy away from warlocks in a general sense, due to the connotation the title brings with it, but even more so from Travis, few will tell you why. Travis on the other hand will always be friendly, kind, and open to drink and dine with most anyone who offers, he may even just sit down and start talking with you like the conversation had already been started. When it comes to conflict he will undoubtedly give you a run for your money, but not in combat, with his words. His smooth talk would see him selling anti-aging cream to elves, and ice to frost giants. If it does come to blows however, Travis will likely lose his footing trying to stand up for the fight and knock himself out on the table or other near by object.
Skills Proficient in Dark Arts, Spell Craft, and Illusions. Expert understanding of botany and alchemy. Mild Understanding of Demonology. Expert knowledge of soul splitting/binding and injury threshold of various races All around great guy
@Winter Star12 If you wanna set the scene I can work on getting a post up to follow. I always feel kinda weird starting someone else's RP. I am sure you have a vision of the atmosphere and whatnot, and I would hate to impose my own idea of what it would be.
I made a last minute change of character... so no dragon but there will be a wolf. ^^; I am super duper rusty, so pleaseeeee excuse the cringy post. xD That was my first attempt in writing again... so it's a start.
I understand. You are looking to play a more tribal form of dragonborn in that sense; you do you! I will very seldom say someone can't in a fantasy setting and never in an RP that isn't mine. I have a friend that I helped to make a sentient slime cube character for one of my D&D campaigns. I will never forget that, it was the most jank character I had ever seen work in a game.
I was just giving the D&D stand. In D&D lore there is no "Half dragon, half human" variant, there is a race known as the dragonborn that are from another realm. During an event called the spell plague a breach between realms was made and many dragonborn were transported into the D&D common realm(For lack of a better term). They were created the way they are but there is much debate on how with the two major themes being created by Dragon Gods as servants, or springing forth for the shed blood of a Dragon God after a battle and becoming servants. Their history is really quite intriguing with different tribes, lineages, and their color having a direct affect on where they came from and what type they are.
They are largely used, and appear as mixed blooded/breed creatures rather than humanoid dragons. It is very rare that you get a humanoid dragon, rather; you more often see draconic sorcerers who have an innate magical sense/abilities due to their dragon blood. The depicted dragon has always been odd to me as a half dragon is more of a monster's attribute than a characteristic. They come from the monster manual, but can bee applied to characters. I have only seen practical application as mixed blood. On one occasion I fought a half dragon, like the depicted image, but he was of magical creation with basic monster level intelligence meaning he really couldn't lead a normal life like a human.