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Dakota-John Vulpes

An anthro fox.

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a character in “The Multiverse”, as played by Dakota-John


Dakota-John's appearance is intimidating; he stands 7'7" and is muscular. He is an anthropomorphic red fox with black hair and yellow eyes.
He has several unusual markings and scars:
-A black circle on his forehead enclosing a lunar cycle and tribal-looking fox head in the center. It is hidden most of the time by his hair, which goes over his right eye frequently.
-Tiger stripes on his rump.
-A lunar cycle around the white tip of the tail.
-An orange death's head mark on the right ear, and a black crescent moon (pointing inwards) on the left ear.
-A piece of metal embedded in his shoulder that refuses to budge.

He has a demon form, in which his orange colors turn black and vise versa. His white markings stay the same. He gets twice as tall and as heavy and muscular.

Dakota-John, despite his name and pronoun preference, is actually a hermaphrodite, but he does have a flat chest.


Dakota-John is usually very kind and polite, but has a very short temper. When he is provoked, he may get the temptation to kill the source of his annoyance. He enjoys science, gaming, going out at night time, and his bounty-hunting job. Dakota-John is also cynical, mostly due to his past.


A battle scythe with a black handle that Dakota-John uses as a primary weapon. The weapon is 7' high with a long, slightly curved blade. If one were to spray the entire thing with luminol, it would glow from blade to end of handle.

Primitive binoculars:
Made of a wooden frame and lenses, it allows up to 200x magnification. The only drawback is the lack of clarity.

When the scythe becomes too cumbersome for a mission, Dakota-John carries his dual sickles. They too, are covered in the blood of thousands.

Dakota-John is for the most part, nude, with the exception of a loincloth. When he is bounty hunting, he wears a large, dark blue cloak. He also wears a necklace with a bear's tooth on it, from the first animal he ever killed.


Dakota-John was born to a mother who soon died from an illness and a father who wanted nothing to do with him because of his gender.
His great grandfather, a death's head moth named Felix, trained him from the age of 5 to be a killing machine. Five years later, Dakota-John killed his uncaring father. As soon as the blood got on his hands, D-J knew what he wanted to do. He and his great grandfather gathered four more animal people of different elements and formed a group.

So begins...

Dakota-John Vulpes's Story