Character type: Crafter
Appearance: Samach is a beanpole of a man, standing at almost 6' feet and carrying barely any weight on that tall, skinny frame of his. His hair is a short, shoulder-length strawberry blonde color that he keeps tied back into a small ponytail. His eyes are large, round and bright, colored a light sky blue color. His nose is pudgy, taking precedence as the biggest feature on his face, his lips are thin and usually dry.
Personality: Samach is the crazy art teacher that always seems a few sandwiches short of a full picnic, the kind that's always dancing around and screaming, "No, no, FEEL the fruit! BE the fruit!" while dramatically waving his arms in some sort of interpretive dance movement. The kind that people either A) laugh at or B) avoid altogether. He could never see himself dating anyone or seriously having any relationship, but he does flirt like mad. He fancies particularly those who have an interest in the Arts, and sometimes has trouble keeping professional lines with Apprentices. He has no love for stereotypes, though in contradiction to himself, he will stereotype quite often.
History: Samach was born and raised in the mellow lifestyle of farming in Nerat Hold, so it's difficult to say his boisterous and outgoing personality of the present stemmed from his childhood. That mellow exterior began to fade shortly after his Apprenticing into the Artcraft under a Master of Telgar Hold, where he found his true passion. He fell so much in love with art that some say he simply went crazy and buried himself in the Craft. He indulges himself in a work of art at least four times a day. His goal in life is to try and give the Artcraft a bigger voice among Pernese, and currently his travels have taken him South to the Arolos region. He willing accepts any Apprentices and teaches them all that he knows before referring them off to a Master.
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