Realm - High Fantasy Realms
Weight: ~400 lbs
Age: 600 years
Hair: Black (If seen in golem has no hair)
Tattoos/Scars: A red cresent moon on right arm
This middle aged man, looking about twenty five, stands ar six foot five. This tower of a person has short black hair and a muscular build showing the experance that he has in battle and just how fit he actually is. His green eyes seem to shine like emralds when put in light, and his whole figure is shrouded in a dark blue cloak that has a red cresent moon on the hood and the right sleeve. He carries a sword at his waist that is enchanted to suck vital energy from anything it cuts.
But little do they know the appearance is just a magical illusion. Thoes who can see though illusions can see Alabaster for what he really is: a golem. This being was made in layers, having on the top most a layer of clay to make him look more human. Under the clay is metal plates covering all but the golems joints so he can still have some mobility. Under that is plain earth that make up his entire being and at his center a core that holds all he is. He also has plenty of hidden weapons.
Weapons & Armor: His enchanted enegry draining sword, a battle axe, and his many hidden weapons. For his armor is just his body.
Special Attacks: A secert
Special Defenses: A secert
Magic: Illusionary magic, earth magic
Psionics: telepathy (used to talk)
Special Abilities: The rootworm
Full Name: Alabaster Reymon
Occupation: Leading the Sanctum
Marital Status: ...
Alignment: Lawful Evil
Patron Deity: ...
Pets/Familiar: Two golems that follow him dressed in the same blue cloak that marks all of the Sanctum
Guilds/Affiliations: The Sanctum of the Fallen
Class: Hired sword
Personality: Find out
Strengths/Weaknesses: Any advantage is too much
In return for mobility and energy the rootworm aids in keeping its host alive at any means possible because if the host dies it dies.
As the rootworm feeds it grows and spreads itself throughout the hosts body. In a normmal human it would be with crippling side effects, but with a golem its only a minor inconvience. Sure it takes away some mobility and some speed but it seems worth it.
In order to help the golem in combat the rootworm will go as far as to expose itself from the golems body. The worm looking like some tentical monster it can expose some of it many, thin, black tenticals from Alabaster to grab onto things and the such. Alabaster and the rootworm, as usualy with the host parasite relationship relating to rootworms, have a telepathic bond.