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Incarnation of the Rabbit

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a character in “Golden Dynasty: Rise of the Phoenix”, as played by Jaybt9



Name: Bai-Tu

Age: 15

Gender: Female

Zodiac Sign: The Rabbit

Appearance: Standing at a short height of 5'4", her figure is quite slim for someone skilled in the Northern Martial Arts.


Bai-Tu's innocence comes from her young age, but don't take that virgin purity kindly. She uses this as a strategy to get her way in battle. Even though she is a female living in a male dominant world, she was raised as a child to treat fighting seriously. To keep her head on her shoulders, and held up high. Under that bravery, she does have a sense of feminine sensitivity, showing sympathy towards others when they need it. Her directions seem to accuse her of being naive, but her spiritual path, and independence, has to start somewhere. She hasn't experienced love, as her parents never expressed it in front of her. Bai-Tu isn't a heavy Taoist practitioner like those in her native town, but she does believe in vitality and naturalness. She's a vegan as well, eating stir-fried or steam vegetables, seeds and nuts, fruits, and with the knowledge of herbalism, drinks Chinese and herbal tea. She doesn't eat meat except on very few occasions, such as festivals. She also doesn't eat artificial additives/preservatives.


Her clothing style consist of the purist white han-fu silks during the fall and winter seasons, while in the spring and summer, she will usually wear aquamarine or green colors. Besides her skill in Wu Dang Quan (a series of internal martial arts (Taijiquan, Baguazhang, Xing-Yi Quan, Piguaquan, etc.)), she also has knowledge of weaponry, using a White Jian Sword, and two knives. Her martial art skills are described as light on her feet, but deadly. Rumors say that Bai-Tu can leap greater distances than normal people. Rumors also say that she can walk on water, but that is false.


In the rejuvenating season of spring, a Taoist monk and a beautiful village woman gave birth to a young daughter, even though the twos fornication caused conflict at the village, especially from her grandmother, who was a sage. Her father, however, was kind at heart, expressing the love of Bai-Tu's mother, so he expressed love of his daughter as well. The young kit was raised learning various styles of the Wu Dang Mountains. Some coming from her father, who was also a martial artist.

Bai-Tu's life changed once arrived home from the Wu Dang mountains to see her village in flames. Dead bloodied corpses lied on the ground, including her grandmother. Children, however, were missing. She also went to search for the remains of her mother, but no signs of her were found, so Bai-Tu pronounced her as dead. There had already been rumors circulating around China that a group of assassins called Black Lotus, established from the Imperial Court, were invading villages and temples, so Bai-Tu assumed that they were involved, so she packed all she could, and ran off to the Imperial Court, seeking revenge.

Since no one knew of her existence, creating a hidden identity wasn't necessary, so she sneaked her way in with ease.

So begins...

Bai-Tu's Story