Idris

Idris
A Non-player Character played by Estellaria

Affiliation
Domestic Cat
Vitals
A Male cat who identifies Male.
By Pending Sire out of Ceridwen.
Living at the age of 4.8 Years (62 Moons)
Appearance
 
Short Descrpition: A marbled, rusty cast tabby with golden eyesand a midnight-teal collar
Long Descrpition:
Idris is a marbled tabby with a rusty cast to his coat. His marbling is two-toned with a horizontal flow. He takes after his father Tinunil the most in appearance, but the rusty cast to his color is from his mother Ceridwen. His eyes are gold and he’s of part-Bengal descent. He’s microchipped and usually wears a midnight teal breakaway collar with a golden art deco pattern on it and a silver star-shaped tag.
Personality
 
 
Idris intends to be patient and deep-thinking, but he can be very set in his ways. He sees himself as a philosopher and can spend hours discussing pieces of theory he’s learned. He’s interested in moral philosophy. He considers things from many angles and can be very indecisive as a result. He’s also prone to long-winded discussions if someone brings up a topic of his interest.
History
 
Key Dates:
  • Born in the Moon of Unnamed Blue (2015)
Full History:
Idris is the son of Ceridwen and Tinunil. Ceridwen used to be a princess of the Cats of Camelot, while Tinunil was an orphan with, as the cats called it, an estate. By the time Idris and his sibling were born, the cat who’d truly lived in the house the longest was a small caliby named Alda. Ahead of her untimely death, Tinunil’s mother Miranda had lived there first before Alda joined her. Alda had been good friends with Miranda alongside Sterling, Tinunil’s father. She decided the house was Tinunil’s by inheritance.
Idris was the only one of Ceridwen and Tinunil’s kits to stay with them. The rest were adopted to other humans, but the cats were often reunited when their humans got together. Alda, who was also a self-proclaimed witch, was like a grandmother to Idris and was his godmother before she died in early 2020.
Idris’s human is also Tinunil’s and they work as a professor. They regularly bring the cats to work and so do their colleagues, giving Tinunil and Idris a wealth of peers to learn from and learn with. The same way Tinunil discovered his love of stars and space, Idris found a favorite subject in moral philosophy and he’s dedicated himself to studying its vast reaches.
Idris is aware of but ultimately uninterested in his potential place in Camelot. When he was very young, he thought being a prince sounded exciting and romantic, but after Idris learned more of society and his mother’s attitude towards the kingdom, Idris changed his mind completely. He decided that if he were a prince with any power, he would use the position to dismantle the inequalities wrought by his kingdom and then give up the rank and its privileges. However, since Camelot did not exist in their town, there was nothing Idris actually had to do.
When they met as adults, Idris initially thought Kathani was disagreeable for how readily she accepted herself as royalty through Azem, royal scion and descendant of King Azim of Toujours Nuit. Idris believed such titles and ranks by birth should have no bearing at all on a cat’s identity. Kathani argued that idea was unrealistic and impossible for some, because their ranks and titles could afford them certain lifestyles that might otherwise be unattainable. They would influence their identity regardless.
The pair continued to debate, but Idris warmed to Kathani after they spent more time together and he learned more of Kiran’s story. Kathani and Idris also wed. Idris initially questioned how truly necessary marital status could be. To him, it seemed odd for cats to marry, but Kathani pointed out that their lives as housecats were already very odd compared to those of truly wild cats. Despite his earlier reservations and to Kathani’s surprise, Idris wound up being the one who proposed first. Later, when they decided to have kits, they joked that their children would be insufferable.
Morgan was the only one of that litter to not be adopted by a human outside of their house. Idris was ecstatic when Morgan asked him to teach them about ethics. He hopes he didn’t overwhelm them with his heavily-detailed introductory lessons. Idris still lives happily with Kathani and Tinunil at his father’s house.
Family
 
Sire: Pending Sire (Sire will be created after approval)
Dam: Ceridwen (A brown classic tabby she-cat with a rusty cast to her coat)
Offspring:
Morgan (A rusty brown two toned classic tabby cat with glimmering fur and bicolor eyes)
Other Family:
Family info:
  • Maternal grandmother: Valiant
  • Maternal grandfather: Pendragon
  • Mother: Ceridwen – large classic tabby with a rusty cast to her fur
  • Father: Tinunil – blue marbled tabby with a horizontally-flowing pattern
  • Godmother: Alda – small dilute caliby
  • Kathani’s mother: Kiran – glittery brown braided tabby, adopted from Southeast Asia
  • Kathani’s amab parent: Azem – large glittery bronze Egyptian Mau
    • great-grandchild of King Azim of Toujours Nuit
  • Spouse: Kathani – glittery brown broken braided tabby, half-Egyptian Mau
  • Self: Idris – marbled tabby with a horizontally-flowing pattern and rusty cast to his fur
  • Kit: Morgan – glittery rusty brown/black chaos-patterned marbled tabby
Genealogy & Pedigree
 
Offspring Parents Grand-parents
Idris Pending Sire Unknown Sire (For characters with an unknown father)
Unknown Dam (For characters with an unknown mother)
Ceridwen Pending Sire (Sire will be created after approval)
Pending Dam (Dam will be created after approval)
Significant Cats
 
Notes & Additional Details
 
Genetics: This character requires a genetic code to be bred.
Bans Data: Idris has been compiled into the bans records.
Idris is a Male Cat with a Black Non-color restricted pelt of Short Normal textured hair. They are of Medium Size and Common build. Their eyes are Amber and ears are Normal. Their tail is Normal, with Normal paws and Normal legs. They are of Mix Bengal descent.

This character sheet was last updated on 2022-05-30 09:37

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