Preview: Rise of the Piscaureus ~ David Tetsu

//Preview: Rise of the Piscaureus ~ David Tetsu

Preview: Rise of the Piscaureus ~ David Tetsu

  David Tetsu is not the oldest kid in the group, nor is he the youngest, what he is is the tallest kid. Nobody really knows what happened to him. Maybe he was struck by lightning, maybe he drank chemicals, or maybe its something in that genetically modified chicken that was on the news.

  Standing at a foot taller than his friends (and more than a foot taller than James) he’s not a kid you’ll miss. It remains to be seen how tall he’ll get by the time he hits puberty. Manny figures 9 or 20 feet tall, give or take. David is a gentle giant though and you are more likely to find him watering flowers than battling grizzly bears. He’s a natural athlete being able to life nearly twice his own body weight.

  David has a large dog that is often with him when he walks around. Much like its master the dog is a gentle giant. Before James came around it was usually David that walked into the darkness first, because everyone was certain that anything inside would run at the sight of him.

  His home is nice, a popular spot for sleepovers, the basement in particular keeps everyone entertained while playing SNES. Not much else to say on that front, if you saw it you’d like it. If you don’t like it you are wrong. [Micky told me to stress that.]

  David has light brown skin, dark brown hair, and dark brown eyes. His smile is as white as snowfall and as grand as the arctic. Few things match David’s size but one of those things is most certainly his heart. [Metaphorically and literally speaking. His heart is nice and big.]

  On the topic of facial hair, David isn’t sporting any, but nobody is going to mention it to him. If you find out that the giant is friendly you don’t start poking him with a stick. [Don’t poke bears.][Furthermore this is why nobody calls him Titsu.]

Rise of the Piscaureus

Town: Argenvale
Child #1: Manny Violet
Child #2: James Whiteblack
Child #3: David Tetsu

By | 2013-11-08T20:48:06+00:00 September 19th, 2013|Journal|2 Comments