Village: Sunagakure no Sato
Clan: Tsuchigumo [Otrovni ]
Bloodline: Spider Nature
- Starting: 1650 exp
- Bonus: 1000[Trading 2 skill points]
Total Exp: 2650
- Starting: 1650 exp
- Strength: D
- Constitution: D
- Stamina: D
- Speed: C
- Coordination: C
- Intelligence: B
- Perception: D
Stat Trading: Spider’s Grace
Amongst the other spiderlings Mitsutaka was never the most coordinated, not showing the natural grace of his kin. However, by slowing down, he is capable of better coordination. This causes a decrease in his active speed(-1 tier) in favor of an increase in coordination(+1 tier)
Mitsutaka’s human form has changed since its first concept. His once brutish appearance is now more feminine in nature while still maintaining some form of masculinity, that has been scaled down to boyish look of that of an effeminate male. Brown hair that reached passed the shoulders is now a purplish color, in a ponytail held together by a silver circlet clasp. He now stands at 180 cm and weighs an impressive 83 kg - the latter being something many deny due to his lithe frame.
Clothing wise, Mitsutaka consists of light and free-flowing clothing with his shirts mainly be long sleeved in type. He does not care much for heavy clothing, thus shy away from it.
However, Mitsutaka’s human form is not his natural appearance. Born as a ‘Cobalt Blue Tarantula’(Cyriopagopus lividus), he is natural larger than his common brethren due to his lineage. Monstrosity would be an apt word to describe the near four meter long and __ cm in width, not counting his legs. He is slightly larger than a coffee table.
Born to a broodmother from the Tsuchigumo clan. The young Cyriopagopus lividus spiderlings was one of the hundreds of siblings who came from the aforementioned entity. Naturally, at least for the spiderling, there was no love nor care for his siblings. Those who did not make it in the first few moments of life were quickly turned into nutrients, food, for him and the others who were grateful for the easy meals that befall them. With a full belly, a thirst for knowledge and adventure overtook the spiderlings, and he took to the winds to find purpose for himself, and make the Tsuchigumo proud.
Sadness. Such an odd emotion for a spiderling to have. Yet, it was something that the spiderling, now known as Mitsutaka, have come to understand better in the past few years. As he engraved the names of his ‘human family’ on the stone, marking their grave, he felt gratitude to the humans who took him in while knowing his nature. The family of four; a mother, a father, a daughter, and a son, was kind to Mitsutaka - even when he showed his true nature.
They taught him how to act human. His father, an engineer, taught him how to build, and even took him on some of his projects. His mother, a budding chemistry, nurtured his talents in drug, poison, and provision making. The woman connecting the art to that of food making. A human activity that Mitsutaka was, begrudgingly, not well versed at yet still tried his hardness. She also taught him humanity. She broke through the primal instincts, and injected human emotions into him. Their children. Odd was it to be around human kids, yet, wondrous to see the life in their eyes. They taught him how to ‘play’, and enjoy the simple things in life. To say he ‘loved’ them, would not be far from the truth.
Yet, nature always finds a way to remind us of the harshness of the world. It happened too fast, and before Mitsutaka knew it he wake up to the family murdered and the local towns guard arresting the murders. A robbery that went wrong. A family who sacrifice their life for him. Condolences was giving to him, who apparently was adopted by the family unknowingly, yet, it was all a blur to him. The will was read. Money was giving. And he was left with the responsibility of burying his family.
Four stone markers. Each one having a name, and under each name was a short poem and a simple ‘thank you’. The words were written in the human tongue. Some might find the ‘thank you’ odd, but the words were for the deceased, and they will understand. With family dead, spiderling, now Tsukimiya Mitsutaka, took off once more. The winds carrying him to the untouched lands of Kaze no Kuni as whispers of a village reopening were murmur.
It would seem the death of Mitsutaka’s family damaged the young spiderling more than he would ever willingly admit. The attachment towards the Tsukimiya 's were shattered by the cruelest of the world left the spiderling in disarray, and ultimately caused him to regress a little back to his natural state. Semi-primal, believes in survival of the fittest where the weak provide nutrients to the strong. The aforementioned statement being literally true for him; for he has no reservation in consuming those who are deemed weak. Why let a good meal go to waste? Is his reply to any who question his motives.
Furthermore, when it comes to meeting and interacting with other people, his kind and reserved smile, warm and inviting demeanor, is nothing more than a facade for a beast who is calculating every way to kill those who he meets. Friendships, in most cases, are not an eternal thing for the spiderling, they only last long enough to be useful, and should be cut away before the other can betray the former. Although he does not believe in long term relationships, he can still be ‘respectful’ in human society to those who he encounters.
Not all teaching was lost from the death of his family. He still find human children to be fascinating in how they enjoy the most simplistic things in life. The fascination stemming from his own childhood being only about survival, and not getting eaten by his brethren and sisters. The love for engineering, engraved into him by his father, is still prominent, and he enjoys the activity very much so. His mother’s love for chemistry and cooking are also buried deep within the spider’s psyche, and he finds himself trying to emulate her techniques in the kitchen when his mind wanders sometimes. Though, he doubted she would approve of him cooking human meat.