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Lurbuk Bonecrusher

"What can I say? Well, I can say a lot, I'm quite chatty, but really, what can I say? I was born this way!"

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a character in “The Zoo of Myths”, as played by FalloutRomanae

Description

Name- Lurbuk Bonecrusher

Age- 23

Species- half-orc/half-human

Appearance- Image

Lurbuk is 6' 6" and greenish-black.

Personality- Despite his alarming name, history, and appearance, Lurbuk is quite a charming creature. He always has a smile on his face and is quite intelligent. He will shrug off any insult and wants to be your friend. He is, however, a psychopathic assassin, and does not understand morality or scruples. So don't push him. :)

Likes- strawberries, the color red, talking, people

Dislikes- the color black, being alone, anyone mistreating women

History- Years ago, a woman with a private plane was flying it around and it crash landed on this island. She was the first human to unknowingly come across this godforsaken piece of land, and when she wandered, hurt, from the wreckage, she came across a village. She was happy at first, but her joy turned to terror when she found the inhabitants to be a tribe of barbaric orcs. They took her captive and raped her. She became pregnant and had a child, and his name was Lurbuk.

When Lurbuk was 13 his mother died. While she was alive, though, she educated him and tried to make him as human as possible. He embraced his human side and loved his mother very much, though he was raised as an orc. They trained him to be an assassin. One day, in hatred for his race and tribe, he ran away and was quickly rounded up by humans, who found him spectacular by the way that he was half-human. They took him to the zoo and he is loving it! He gets to see humans all day! Now, if only they would take him out of this cage...

Crush- NONE

So begins...

Lurbuk Bonecrusher's Story

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"Of course, it might mean life or death to you, but, see, I'm just an outside observer. So my opinion could be quite valuable." Lurbuk happily prattled on to the astounded scientist. The man was standing with the needle in his right hand and the tranquilizer in the other. They were in the orc pen and the scientist had been trying to sedate him to take him to the lab. Lurbuk had been going on for a while now. "I mean, I won't nag you about it, but it would just make me kind of happy to get to weigh in on this decision."

The scientist looked at the tranquilizer, considering. 'Okay, go on.' he finally said.

Lurbuk smiled - which, he had figured out, only made him more hideous - and continued. "Well, I say go for it, man!"

The scientist looked pleasantly surprised. 'Really?'

"Yeah!" Lurbuk said, grinning. He extended his arm.

The scientist jumped, but then put the syringe away and shook Lurbuk's hand. 'Thanks, you have no idea how much this means to me! I'll call her up sometime after work!'

Lurbuk patted the scientist on the back and pulled him closer. "Yeah, so, how about bagging those tests today?" he asked quietly.

The scientist hesitated for a moment. Lurbuk squeezed his grip on the scientist's shoulder a little tighter... 'Yeah, sure. Of course. I'll just make up the paper work.'

The half-orc nodded, laughing. "That's my boy! And not a word to anyone else!" The scientist nodded discreetly and left thinking he was getting away with something special. Actually he was the fourth scientist to come in here with the intention of taking the half-orc in for tests and then ending up pouring out his woes to the sociable chap. Lurbuk had skipped four testing sessions. Yup. Life was good in here. Lurbuk sat back on the tree he was leaning on and put his hands behind his head. Now if they would only let him out of this display case thing...

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Lurbuk sat back and watched as several dramas played out between the werewolves, the vampires, and the elf. He was fine with it all until the humans got involved. Then it got interesting. There was even the female human, whom he was beginning to be fascinated by. But then the human kids started to abuse the girl. And that did not sit right with him. He got up and growled, but that was pretty much everything he could do. There was no destroying that glass, he was told. He had never tried, though. He retreated into his habitat for a moment and returned with a rock as big as two human heads. Hefting it, he smashed it against the glass. The glass made a wobbling sound, but after all that, it only had a scratch on it. Growling and throwing the rock aside, he sat back down, watching the combat resolve with disappointment. He had imagined himself leaping out of the broken glass and terrorizing the small humans, saving the girl and vampiress. But it was not to be. His heroic fantasies so often ended in disappointment. He watched as the girl pressed something against the glass of the vampire exhibit. What was she doing? Oh, well.

He knocked on the glass with his fist, trying to get the two humans' attention. He was so bored. He desperately wanted someone to talk to. He knew he wouldn't be able to speak through the glass anyway, but maybe they could sign. Or something. Anything! Honestly, he had come here voluntarily, he let the scientists do their little tests on him, he helped them with their problems, and they still kept him in this little glass box. Why? Hadn't he proved that he loved them? Ah, well it was useless. Maybe these humans could help him. But they seemed interested in the elf, who was banging against the glass with a piece of lumber. So Lurbuk walked back to his tree and sat on the ground, leaning against the tree. Maybe some other time. He closed his eyes and tried to think about nothing, but ended up thinking about the fact that one can't think about nothing, because then they'd be thinking about something. Then he got confused, so he growled and stood up, pacing. There was nothing to do here. He wanted some humans to come around so that he could entertain them. But noone seemed to like the orc exhibit very much. Too scary, perhaps? Whatever it was that caused the human skittishness, Lurbuk cursed it. He was so lonely until they came around!

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Character Portrait: Delta Nation Character Portrait: Hailee Winds Character Portrait: Logan Barker Character Portrait: Nadelin Micah Vilem Character Portrait: Lurbuk Bonecrusher Character Portrait: Alex V.
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After Alex dragged himself to the hammock to rest, Delta watched as Hailee slumped over and began to cry. To add insult to injury, a group of humans outside of the exhibit began making crude gestures toward her. Delta watched as two other humans interviened. The situation worked itself out and Delta was left with nothing to entertain herself with once again. That was the problem with being locked up in this cage. It was boring as all hell.

The dark haired vampiress shuffled to the other side of the enclosure and leaned against the glass, sliding into a sitting position. From where she sat she could see the orc exhibit. There was only one resident of the cage. A towering being who now sat against a tree. She watched him, her interest piquing slightly. She had never witnessed an orc in its natural habitat, but she could recall her mother's warnings about how they were vicious, mindless killing machines. With a neighbor like that, maybe things didn't have to be such a drag...

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Alex woke up groggy and tired. He looked up and saw two things that made him want to get out of the cage more. The first was Hailee crying. She felt the pain of the humans poking fun and the constant testing. He wanted to help her but he knew there wasn't much he could do. He was awful with women and always screwed up when talking to them.

The second was when Delta grinned at another enclosure. It was an orc habitat. He looked down at his boots and clicked his heels and a small blade popped out. He was more if kicking than punching so he had a pair of boots made to have a blade hidden in them. Luckily for him it was kept hidden enough for the humans not to notice. He sighed and clicked them back retracting them ,then walked to Hailee. He could at least try " Hailee you okay there " he knelt down beside her.

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As Lurbuk paced, he began to feel as if someone was watching him. Not unusual. He was supposed to be watched here. But when he eagerly looked over to the window, there was no one there. He looked around and eventually found that one of the vampiresses in the other cases was staring at him. He walked swiftly over to the window and waved enthusiastically at her, smiling. He would be damned if he didn't take every opportunity in his life to talk, even if it meant not talking to do it.

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Delta started as the creature waved vigorously in her direction. She threw a glance over each of her shoulders to verify the wave was directed at her. She turned back to him and beamed, honoured to have such a being even glance in her direction. She scrambled back to her feet, removing her hat and clutching it to her chest as she dipped down in a bow. Desperately she seeked someway she could communicate with him. Her eyes lit up as she spotted the stone she had used earlier to carve her name into the glass. She ran over and seized it before returning to where she was in front of the glass wall. Carefully she scratched a message into the glass, backwards so that it wold appear forward to the orc.

'HELLO! I'M A BIG FAN OF YOUR WORK!' it read.

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Lurbuk watched happily as the vampiress jumped. People were always amazed when he acted civilized. It was funny to him. He looked more orcish than human, but behaved more human than orcish. He was glad that it was that way instead of vice-versa. He struggled to find a mode of communication. He looked around the exhibit, but found nothing. So he tried, through extremely complicated hand signals, to ask her her name. It didn't work. When she ran away, he thought that he had scared her off. But to his great relief, she came back with a small stone. She began to scratch the glass. He watched in eager anticipation, slowly reading the words out as they scrawled across the glass. He wouldn't have ever learned to read except for his mother, who made sure to teach him his letters. " 'Hello... I'm... a... big... fan.. of... your... work!' My work? What work?" He cocked his head to the side, trying to figure it out. Well, he had been an assassin before he came, but she couldn't have known about that. Unless she had heard about him. Was that even possible? He held up a finger to indicate to her that she should wait just a second, then went off to find a rock, chuckling to himself. "I've got fans all over the place and I haven't even done anything yet. Hooey, this'll be fun!" He returned to his communication spot and thought. He hadn't written in a while and was having some trouble remembering how to do it. "Ah!" he said as it came back to him. Then he settled in and began to write:

'Hay their! Thanks, but wut work?'