Swahili for "Ghostwind"
Njozi'joshi is a lioness, powerfully muscled and sturdily built,
with a calm and thoughtfully observant demeanor. She stands about 7',
including her round, furred ears; her lithe, graceful humanoid body
is thickly furred a rich, velvety tawny-gold. Slitted topaz eyes study
the world with perceptive vigilance, while her black-tufted tail sways
occasionally behind her. Her dexterous fingers and strong feet are
tipped with gleaming ebony claws, razor sharp and neatly retracted.
Sensible and pragmatic, her khaki clothing is replete with pockets and
useful equipment -- as matter-of-factly utilitarian as she.
This is Njozi'joshi's corporate badge photo. Click on it to see the
full shot... and astonished thanks to Scott Ruggels for this
gorgeous art! ;-)
Njozi'joshi was a character for the DNAnimals/Tamashii
game, which would have been run on RealityFault. RealityFault
is mostly a MUCK armature with a table-top game flavor and
some really spiffy code that allows us to record our game logs. Read more
information on the games being run on RF, or have a look at Njozi'joshi's stats.
- Character page
Press, the indie comics publisher that puts out the incredibly
fascinating and wonderful comic book "Finder," from which I got the
first inspiration for Njozi's 'look' in the black and white art above.
Njozi'joshi copyright © 2001 B. "Collie" Collier