SH mini event entry: Immutable Steps Southern Uruguay, 1873SH mini event entry: Immutable Steps by Starhorse
The stars disappeared as something heavy smothered over Tiago’s face. He twisted, trying to free himself from the rough wrap of someone else’s poncho. He heard the draw of a knife, and a hand held his face down as the blade pressed against his throat. He tried to push away in a panic, felt one of his flailing blows hit, and whoever was on top of him swore.
“You hijo de puta!”
“What the hel--kuuhk”
A knee crushed down across Tiago’s throat, cutting the curse off.
He reached up, groping blindly for a handful of hair, still kicking. While he struggled with his free hand to unsheath his own knife, he heard fabric tear, a cold weight against his stomach, and a sliding pierce of pain as the other man’s knife tore into his belly. Tiago made a surprised, guttural cry, the sound muffled by the
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SH character tagI was tagged by :iconblogybo:!SH character tag by Starhorse
1. Post these rules.
2. Post 5 unknown facts about your SH character.
3. Tag 3 other characters.
4. Post their names along with their creators' avatars.
1. Tiago was originally drafted into the Argentine cavalry. He is Uruguayan, but couldn't prove it because he had no legal documents of any kind with him.
2. The last name 'De Campos' was arbitrarily assigned to him when conscripted, otherwise, all he had to go on was his mother's last name, which was Peña.
3. He's got three major scars if you manage to get him to take his shirt off. Only one character has managed that in play so far ;D
4. I try and only write dialog for Tiago that I could actually say in Spanish to keep him from sounding overly educated.
5. His rather halting speech patterns and occasional forgotten word are a byproduct of his dyslexia