Player Name

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Mayonaka (Midnight)


Ghost Cat


Bakeneko: This is a Japanese mythological creature, the 'monster-cat' or 'ghost cat'. It is a being of magic and mystery.


Mythic: Mayonaka is a being of mystery and magic, and will be bound to those mysteries. She will not willingly share them with others.
Memory: Mayonaka remembers her past life and the ethereal time before, which has its good sides and bad.
Monstrous: A Bakeneko hungers, and can consume anything, even toxins. In fact, often she will seek out poisons or human corpses to consume.


  • Magic (Bakeneko): 4 (Great) This is the magic that mythology affords the ghost-cats.
  • Culture (Japanese, English): 1 (Average)
  • Scholarship (Occult): 4 (Great)
  • Athletics: 2 (Fair)
  • Perception: 4 (Great)
  • Survival: 2 (Fair)
  • Melee Weapons: 2 (Fair)
  • Physical Defense: 3 (Good)
  • Mental Defense: 3 (Good)
  • Body: 3 (Good)
  • Mind: 3 (Good)
  • Action Points: 4
  • Load Limit: 5
  • XP Held: 3
  • XP Used: 4



The clothes on her back, when in human form. This is a lovely blue silk kimono with a floral pattern, and zori with tabi.

Personal History

Once upon a time, Mayonaka was a daemon given physical form by a mage. She lost her form due to strange magics, and her daemon form floated for a time in time and space. Eventually, her spirit found its way to Japan, and rejoined the physical world as a being more of pure myth than magic. The Daemon remembers her past life, and friends and foes. She wonders what has happened to them, and where they ended up.


Mayonaka means Midnight in Japanese. In human form, she appears to be a young Japanese woman, standing 160 cm tall and weighing fifty-five kilos, black hair and golden brown eyes.

Her Feline form is that of a large white cat (70cm tall, 130cm long, weighing 20kg) with a forked tail and golden eyes.

Mayonaka's main magic is tied to her mythology, where she can shapeshift, fly, and throw ghostly fireballs.

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