Gan Ning styled XingbaAge:
Offical Go-Between for the Import and Export of Any Bootlegged Material This Side of the MississippiCanon: When the serpent king Orochi decided to test his strength, he went all out and punched the timestream for all he was worth. And he's worth quite a lot, thank you very much! Soon all hell broke loose, and suddenly third-century China and sixteenth-century Japan were shoved into the same plane of existence. Kingdoms were separated, families torn apart, and many rose to fight against those whom they once served proving that it's always a party when Orochi's in town.
Speaking of! Gan Ning (Xingba), formerly a former pirate of Wu, is in all ways bold, rowdy, and gruff. A pretty good guy with a fratboy mentality (girls good, fire better, free food best), he's hard to ignore and even harder to forget. This probably has nothing to do with the fact that he speaks roughly and wears bells around his waist so enemies can hear him coming at them. Loyal and loud, he's also remembered as a rough and tough prankster, often with his good buddy Ling Tong (Gongji). Too bad saying sorry just isn't part of his patchwork moral fibre. He's determined to take out his enemies and so help him, he'll do it, too - even if it means fighting against his own lord on numerous occasions.
To end, it's hard not to overstate his hatred of Orochi and his necromanced army of snakes, given that Xingba was more than willing to join the army of Wei, one of Wu's most hated enemies, just to get a chance to smite them. Lastly, permission to trashtalk Gongji was granted by player.Sample app:
All right you, now listen up here! This ain't the first time I've been shimmied off some place I don't know nothin' about. Ya got that? It's old hat. What's more, I don't care what your Mississippi or Mistersippi or whatever river it is unless the thing's gotta dam I can use against them snakes. The bastards. Now don't any of you start gettin' your panties in a bunch over it. They aren't gonna swarm ya here. Heh, those snakes are a little occupied
a ways outta here. Guess they prefer the plains to this gunk. But I ain't gonna complain. This time around they got me workin' down here in the swampland, eh? That's fine by me! Anywhere without snakes is fine.
You could say I got experience
in the field. Heh. I know I would. There's only one problem I can see. Or, uh, don't see, I guess. Either way, we got us a serious problem here. Seriously.
WHERE'S THE DAMN ARMY GONE?
'Oooh, Xingba, you should go prove your loyalty and take over duty at that supply depot' my ass. Is this how the great Kingdom of Wei treats its men? Take 'em out back and leave 'em there?! I guess I'm lucky those idiots with the arrows back there don't know how to shoot. Now if they were trying to shoot through that barn, that's their problem. Back in my day, we took livestock outside before we tried takin' 'em down. Is this another of them Japan things?
If you really need somethin' to do, you can just come on down here and take a look at all these here supplies
and you can fill out some of these orders that folks put in. Now, I'm gonna be startin' up a real nice policy here where you just do what you're supposed to without whinin' or asking too many questions. If I wanna see a little girl cry over somethin', I'll go find Gongji. On second thought, that's too insulting for the real little girls out there. They'd handle it better. For future reference it's don't ask, don't tell, man. And quit laughing!
There just ain't anything funny about that, unless you're tryin' to torture somebody to death with this junk.
Back to business, grunts. I see what you did there. You stand up and get back in line, awright? You don't get to lie down on the job or
each other when I'm talking. So shut up! So there! Think you're gonna pull the wool over these pretty eyes, huh? Well, too bad. And nobody better show up over here with a sheep unless it's for dinner. You folks are way too literal.
It's my responsibility to make sure all this stuff gets delivered and now you're just making this difficult.
Let's see here . . . We got six boxes of 'Do Asbestos You Can
' lumber supplies, eight cans of liquid Plugger-Upper, four copies of 'Double Midgetration: The Movie
,' two dozen banana hammocks, a bucket of platypus hair, and a half a sandwich . . . Heeey, maybe these Wei guys do
know how to party. Think I'll join 'em.
You hear? Good. Time to deliver this with just a little extra tucked in here, heh heh. Do I know how to get rid of unwanted merchandise or what? Now since we can't afford any saddles yet, you men are gonna have to go it bareback. Yeah, it's real funny, I know. Maybe now you'll learn a thing or two about paying attention to your commanding officer. 80% on the nose!