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|Guild||Broken Horn Warband|
Physical Description[edit | edit source]
Hapa is an old Tauren. Although her recent acquisition of a new mate in the form of Loamdreg has brought some of the vitality of youth back in to her, she remains a very ancient soul who has seen much -- and it shows in her graying fur and the laugh lines around her eyes. Frequently found in an assortment of druidic robes, it should be noted that she wears a black ribbon braided into her mane; a tribute to her fallen husband, Hondo.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Despite the fact that she has never had to raise any children of her own, she willingly takes in the strays of any race and has always left her door open to anyone who might need her help or advice. She remains preoccupied with personal conflicts between her beliefs and her druidic path, as well as the death of her mate Hondo, she is frequently has been sullen and un-communicative.
History[edit | edit source]
Hapa's family was slain during the centaur wars, like so many other members of the Horn. Taken in out of pity by the Trolls of Sen'jin, she spent her formative years raiding with them, occasionally meeting up and joining with bands of nomadic Tauren who were forced to remain on the move due to the continuing centaur conflicts.
When she met Hondo, he was already attempting to pull together the broken remanents of the Tauren under the Thunderhorn Warparty banner. Joining up with them, they eventually took their own path, forming the Broken Horn with the now grown-up orphans of the centaur wars.
The voice of peaceful resolution for years, and constant advisor and continuing mate of Hondo, Hapa was always willing to defend her homeland and family with a feral brutality, but never sought to bring the fight to those who wished them harm. It was her belief that anything with life (this includes, in her opinion, the undead) fell under the eye of the Earthmother, and deserved at least a modicrum of respect, even if you were forced to kill in order to survive.
With the death of Hondo, her belief system has undergone a major shift away from this docile outlook on life.