Like all trolls, Namiti is tall and well-muscled. She is shapely without being buxom or voluptuous, and appears well-groomed - at least by trollish standards. Her face is smooth and features soft and feminine; she has a pretty face, but she is by no means a bombshell. Her short fur is a soft powder blue, clean and free of scars or wounds or blemishes. Her bright scarlet hair is long and silky and clean, and if not braided, it falls down to her lower-mid back in a bright red cascade. Namiti generally has the appearance of a troll that has been well taken care of her whole life, and is used to a certain standard of living.
She is frequently found in very traditional shamanish garb, usually leather with bones and claws and feathers and traditional decorations and accessories like that. Traditional trollish robes and kilts and things are commonly worn, paired with some two-toed sandals. woot.
Personality: Namiti is very level-headed and cooperative. She can see both sides of an argument and is able to mediate well because she has the ability to remain impartial; she is friendly enough but not overly so, and she is not at all shy. The troll lady is perfectly comfortable in the presence of strangers, even when those strangers would ordinarily view her as an enemy due to her race or origins - she does not care. She is not violent but will react appropriately to situations that require it.
Strengths: She's very level-headed and retains a great deal of clarity even in dire situations, she is a loyal friend and companion, she is on very good terms with the elements, she is on very good terms with the ancestors - free wisdom!
Weaknesses: She is HORRIBLE at melee combat, underestimates herself in almost all aspects of life, she hesitates when it's necessary for her to hurt or kill someone.
History: Narzan and Alimi were a pair of upstanding young Darkspear trolls. They did not hold a high social rank, nor did either possess a great deal of material wealth. However, they were loyal and friendly and well-liked by all, and their ritual union as lifemates was celebrated as something that was simply meant to be.
Their love for children was mutually great, so the couple wished for a large family. Their wish was certainly granted in the form of four sons and three daughters. Little Namiti was the fourth of their children and second of their daughters, and she was raised in as supportive and positive an environment as a jungle troll family and tribe can provide. She was a bright, cheerful child with an inquisitive nature that often led her to spending long hours observing the actions of others or learning something new.
...and then she grew up and joined the Horde and became a shaman and joined the Earthen Ring.