|OOC Game Stats|
|Guild||Grey Tiger Tong|
|Nicknames||Kayce, The Kid|
|Skin||Light colored, like a Blood Elf|
- Guild: Grey Tiger Tong
- Title, Public: Associate, Grey Tiger Shipping & Freight
- Title, Private: None
- Race: Mixed Human and Night Elf Heritage
- Class: Paladin
- Professions: Mining/Blacksmithing
- Age: 34
- Birthplace: April 1, Catherdral of Light, Stormwind
- Sex: Male
- Hair: Flaxen Blonde
- Eyes: Ice Blue
- Weight: 150 pounds
- Height: 6'
Personality & AppearenceEdit
Kayce is a half-elf, half human and half night elf. He has flaxen blonde hair and human-looking ice blue eyes. He has light skin like his father and long pointed elf ears like his mother, which combine to make him look very much like a Sin'dorei. He is currently 34 years old, which is about equivalent to about 17 human years. He is 6 feet tall and 150 pounds. His build is lean and toned, more wiry than muscular. He carries himself with an easy, relaxed posture, but can be extremely bashful around pretty ladies and blushes easily.
Kayce's mother was a Night Elf warrior named Badzet and his father was a human named Reid. He was raised in Stormwind before venturing into the world. Kayce's travels took him though the Barrens and into Durotar. He discovered that the Blood Elves looked a lot like him, and he could blend in with them rather easily. With that he went on to Silvermoon and sought to work and train with the Blood Knights there. He fought against the Scourge with them and was accepted as one of their own. The Blood Knights trained and tested him vigorously, and even though he was doing well, Kayce was rapidly becoming disillusioned with them and Silvermoon society as a whole. The heavy emphasis on magic and the haughtiness of most of them led him to a feeling of soullessness and insincerity.
It was by chance that Kayce saw the ad for the Grey Tiger Shipping Company at the fish seller's cart in Booty Bay. The prospect of seeing the world drew him in, but it was the images of Horde and Alliance working together that truly piqued his interest. He filled out an application and hoped for the best.