Tell me about Mr. Baykal? I keep seeing him referenced, and am curious.
Full Name: (deep breath) CarigradBab-i-AliKonstantinyyeStamboulIstanbulMister Baykal. (On arrival in the present day, he met someone with the first name of London, and got entirely the wrong idea how first names are meant to go. He doesn’t remember what he was Christened.)
Birthplace and Birthdate: A small village in Serbia, sometime in the early 16th century.
Guilty Pleasures: Coffee, humming under his breath
What They Would Be Famous For: Incredible 100-metre sprint.
What They Would Get Arrested For: Throwing grenades at anything that looked at him funny, strangling his boss the second it looked like polite conversation wasn’t going to get him anywhere.
OC You Ship Them With: Inga Kuhn
OC Most Likely To Murder Them: Inga Kuhn
Favorite Movie/Book Genre: Books of poetry, Jane Austen.
Least Favorite Movie/Book Cliche: He barely understands what a film is.
Talents and/or Powers: Actually an Ifrit:
Very good at setting things on fire, stabbing things, shooting things, running after things in order to shoot them.
Why Someone Might Love Them: If someone needs artillery support and doesn’t mind it coming in the form of a seven-foot tall Janissary in a polo shirt.
Why Someone Might Hate Them: Disasters fall off him like dandruff, for some reason he never seems to suffer for them.
How They Change: Eventually might be brought to accept that even Venetians are people too.
Why You Love Them: He’s the furthest I have ever reached for a reference, and, technically, the first pen and paper rpg character I ever made, although I haven’t ever actually played him in anything as of yet.