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Scarecrow was a Yamatian ninja who ended up working for the Grand Alliance during the Great War. He served the Alliance loyally but was killed by Takeshi Matsudaira during the First Battle of Remonton.
Scarecrow got his name from an incident in which he was bit by an extremely odd raven type creature. That was the cause of the scar by his eye and on his forehead. Ever since then he had been scared of crows.
Since many found use in his natural use as a weapon--and a good one at that--he had been through several assassination missions. Therefore, he had a certain love for money, and would slit anyone's throat for a good sum of it. Because of the constant face of death, he had become a heavy drinker, and could hardly ever stand up straight. That usually worked to his advantage because he had his random power help him out. His one goal was to kill the crow that bit him.
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Aliases and NicknamesEdit
- Used by Yamatians.
About 5'9", about 135 pounds. Had a moon-shaped scar by his right eye, and a more straightened one upon the top of his forehead. Wore a hand woven scarf over his mouth, and robes usually used for mage type jobs. Stunk of roast beef. Had black, spiked hair. No specific eye color because it almost always changed without warning.
Personality and TraitsEdit
Scarecrow was usually quiet around other people, and kept to himself a lot. But when scantily clothed women passed his eyes, he was completly the opposite. It was the same when he drunk, which he did constantly when no one was looking. Ironically he did not like crows.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Innate Ability: Working with the fact that he is a constant drinker, Scarecrow's power lay in the ability to summon completely random objects when he had too much liquor. He could summon a feather, or even possibly a dragon. Of course, this constantly led to him winding up into life-death situations. He could only summon once a day, though.
Scarecrow enjoyed drinking with Ax. They often had competitions who could hold more liquor, and hilarity ensued.