OOC: about my characters/how I write/how I get to/through my muses

If you know me for any period of time, you’ll know or find out that I believe in a large amount of radical and pretty “out there” things.

One of the major points of my life and my [non religious] belief system is that all characters, all worlds, all things like that that we as humans call fiction, are in fact, as real as you and I

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How Death Feels

Lotsa people ask me how it feels t’die, t’pass away into almost certain uncertainty. Is there an afterlife? Is it divided into good people-bad people, heaven and hell? Well, all I can say is I don’t fuckin’ know that answer, since I didn’t die fer more than a few hours.

But I will tell yeh, that limbo shit? That’s all fuckin’ real. An’ so is th’ Oracle.

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Some facts about Goha (and his family) You should know:
  1. Goha is 7’8” tall
  2. His wife is 8’3” (Yes, his wife is taller than him. Arabians are actually rather small horses)
  3. Both of them are purebred. Goha is registered under his birth name, however after his first body modification, he lost all benefits to his name (registered purebreds are paid a certain amount of money each year, as well as are required to pass on their genetics whether by covering/being covered (covering is the formal[?] term for mating in horse breeding) or sperm/egg bank)
  4. His wife was a dressage mare before being sold to someone who decided to “let her free to be in the wild.” Although freedom was appreciated, she ended up getting into a lot of problems due to being bred and raised in domestication.
  5. Goha’s wife’s “gangster” name is Gold Dust (due to her coat color), and they met through accident on a mission while in the same gang.
  6. Both ended up getting together and left their former gang to create the Black Scythes together. The original name of the gang is unknown, and is called “Black Scythes” due to people only knowing Goha’s name at the time, and thinking that it was the gang’s name instead.
  7. They ran the gang together as a team until a terrible violent act against Gold Dust caused her to miscarriage their first child together, and both decided that if they were going to have a family, she must stop the lifestyle and raise the children in the safety of their home. To do this, they faked her death, and she went into hiding for a few months before reemerging with a few body modifications as Goha’s “new” wife. No one knows any of this happened except for Goha’s close friends.
  8. Chris, aka “Slave Driver,” was hired by Goha to protect his eldest adopted daughter, Brandi Taylor, once he found out she was still alive. He’s a quiet stallion, however is extremely dangerous and overprotective of his family, hence why he was prime choice for the job in Goha’s eyes.
  9. Goha hates his birth name, and made up his current name (that he’s had for years) with the help of his first gangster friend. He liked the way it sounded when he said “Go! Hahaha!” and, though his buddy never let him live it down, used that name instead of his birth name.
  10. No one knows Goha’s birth name, not even his wife. That’s how much he hates it.
  11. Goha is blind in his left eye due to untreated cataracts, however a modification in the eye he got before the accident allows him to see if someone has an ECC, and to see if that ECC is one issued by the government or one the average citizen has. It also allows him to see if someone has any sort of government ID on them (if they’re from my story, since they have different sorts of IDs) as well as any weaponry. It’s an x-ray of sorts, although he doesn’t see anything that would be embarrassing for the other party. 
Tattoos:

I have a feeling Goha has tattoos on his arms, knuckles, and shoulders/back. The explanation for them not showing is that (besides me not knowing) tattoos are mods, and no longer are permanent. Similar to when you’re making a character in a video game, you can choose tattoos, buy them, and then save the template so you can either reuse or hide them. Permanent tattoos still do exist, like I have a feeling his Scythe’s tattoos and knuckle ones are permanent - maybe even his arm ones idk - but there are some he has that he didn’t want to keep forever.

This guy has so many designs he’s had/used in the actual time of his life that it’s like @m@;; wow

Now I gotta design them… yay! His knuckle ones say “Black Scythe” tho. so original i know dfbdFBSB LOL


((OH MY GOD I SCREAMED AHGHSDJFNB HAHAHA omg
but i also feel so bad for poor Nikolai aghgjkdnfbkjn and Jez muse is just like ;m; n-nikolaiiiii AGHDFBNJ))

((OH MY GOD I SCREAMED AHGHSDJFNB HAHAHA omg

but i also feel so bad for poor Nikolai aghgjkdnfbkjn and Jez muse is just like ;m; n-nikolaiiiii AGHDFBNJ))

Main Characters in this specific story arch: 

Ironically, this part of Marinia is not about Goha. It’s about his two adopted children, Brandi Taylor, and Tamax “Bludlust”, and Imaginary Dreams, an imaginary creature who lives in a place called “Dreamland.”

Brandi Taylor (Death Steed x Unicorn) is his eldest (adopted) daughter (age 27), and pretty much the second head of the house underneath his wife. She’s in a band called The Cause, and is infatuated with the lead singer (who likes her back), but both of their prides wont let them just break down and love each other. She met Goha at age 10, her brother only just weaned, and Goha had just opened up his first mechanic shop (around age 43). After a while, she left him to eventually become adopted by a human family (hence her last name; animals don’t have last names normally), getting an education, but eventually dropping out due to social problems. She finds her way to the three stallions in the band, and becomes their drummer and backup singer. She suffers from a poor self image, and constantly tries to justify her self-destructive lifestyles.

Tamax “Bludlust” (Death Steed x Unicorn) is Brandi’s little brother, and is an unmotivated stoner kid. He’s 17 and has a serious problem with drugs (mostly weed), preferring to get stoned to where he can’t think instead of facing his problems. Part of this is due to being able to physically see his imaginations (Imaginary Dreams) in the real realm - a power he doesn’t know he has. It’s also due to his terribly aggressive nature, plagued constantly by the more horrible side of the Death Steed genetics. He has no moral empathy, and has been pretty much been assimilated into a gang that gives all gangs a bad name with their ruthless, bloodthirsty, violent nature. He eventually gets hunted down by a government soldier, and goes through an accident that gives him brain damage as well as amnesia, and he ends up being able to restart his life without the horribly aggressive drives as well as make up for any past mistakes. But will he be able to rebuild the bridge he burned with his adoptive father?

Imaginary Dreams (physical manifestation of imagination) is a young imagination created at the birth of Tamax. He’s destined to take over DarMar’s place as King of Dreamland - a second realm that overlaps our own and runs through everyone’s minds - everyone in all existence. It’s a pretty big job, but there’s one problem. Imaginary is a huge coward, and can’t stand up for himself. This is a problem, since there’s a Dark Power beginning to come over to his realm from the Place of Nightmares, a dragoness named Fear; not to mention the Darkness is also sucking the imagination out of people by getting them to think “adults” have to be serious and forsake their childhood dreams. He has to figure out a way to bring back the color to the world with creativity, as well as face his Fears - literally - and become the leader he’s born to be.

some of the synopsis’ are so dumb sounding but yep thats what I got i hope you enjoy it AGHFDKBJN LOL

Constantly updated list of common Animal Slurs

  • Insults: These terms may not sound bad, but they are some of the nastiest terms used around the slums and occasionally behind the scenes of a business. Most all animals know them, humans may, but they don’t often care enough to use them back unless they grew up in the slums with the animals. These are just as bad as calling a colored man “Nigger” to his face.  Use with caution.
  • -       Claw Scratcher, Pussy: Felines (“Claw Scratcher” may be used to refer to dogs, however mostly applies to “post scratching” species, aka felines. “Pussy” may also be used with the human definition[s])

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  • Putty Tat: Feline equivalent of “Bitch”
  • -       Meow/Mew/Mow/Miau: Used to mock any Feline accent
  • -       Smooth Skin, Peach/y [animals may also pick up on human slang terms as well, such as cracker (“whitey”) or chink, ect]: Human
  • -       Tree Pisser: Canines (specifically domesticated dogs)
  • -       Wolfy: Wolves, foxes, other wild dogs
  • -       Bow-wow-wow/Woof woof/Awoo: Used to mock any Canine’s accent
  • -      Scaley: Scaled animal.
  • -      Flat belly: Snakes, dragons, or any other creature that either crawls on its belly or has smooth scales on its underbody.
  • -       Nag: Horse equivalent of “Bitch”. Often combined with “old” to make an even worse insult.
  • -       Brooder: Horse equivalent of “Slut” or “Whore.” Based off of the term “brood mare.”
  • -       Hoofer: any hooved animal, especially horses, bovine, and deer.
  • -       Whee-Snaw: Used to mock any hooved animal’s accent; more insulting if the animal in question isn’t equestrian.

Domestication (Insults): These are based off of any sort of domestication by humans, aliens, or otherwise. It’s a very common thing for wild animals not to want to look or become “tame,” therefore any sort of domestication can be used or seen as a slur against someone. Some animals, such as show, breeding, or competing animals (dressage horses, show dogs, ect) may take these as a compliment. It all depends on the animal’s situation.

  • -       “Raised by Wolves”: Any human who tries to live with animals, or has been raised in animal slums
  • -       “Slave”: Refers to any animal (or human) – whether literal slave or not – that works for another source. Can be used to slam a career, a job/work place, or could be used as an insult to an animal if they’re very obviously independent (or if they’re working for any human resource, whether friend or boss)
  • -       “Man’s Best Friend”: Sort of like ‘slave,’ however is more focused on an animal that works for any one human [organization]. Especially used for those who have very close human friends.
  • -     “Show Toy”: Used against any animal that is used in shows, especially breed-specific shows.
  • -     “Trophy Mount”: A slur specifically used against race, show, cross-country, dressage, and jumping equestrians.
  • -     “Pelt of shame”: Fur, skin, scales, or feathers that are so over preened they shine, or are of show quality. Considering most animals are poor, it’s pretty uncommon for their fur to be this pristine.
  • -    ”Wouldn’t you be a good/pretty little/excellent ______”: A phrase often used by humans to defame animals - especially those who are free and of merit able quality. For example, Goha’s wife is a purebred Tenneesee Walking Horse, and used to be a dressage horse. If a human saw her now, they could insult her choice in lifestyle by saying “You’d make a perfect show horse,” or “you were such a good dressage horse…”. Basically turning them into property or trophies instead of acknowledging them as intelligent individuals.
  • -       “Fluffy,” “Spike,” “Killer,” various other common pet names: Disrespects the animal, once again putting them in a domestic dumb (incapable of human thought, speech, or both) animal category.

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There’s more, but this is all I can be assed to write down right now.

((Just gonna… post this whole scene. Yeah.))

Headcanons/Facts/Need to knows about Goha and Dar-Mar

Goha’s gangster name is Black Sythe, but he no longer goes by it (outside of gang meetings/fights) because he’s “retired.”

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