Inside The House Of Whistling Fish

…hey, at least they’re happy fish

About this character: Arielle Ames was my first ever female PC. She was created for a variant Call of Cthulhu game that had a sort of “Ghostbusters” flavor, even tho it took place a year or so before the movie was released.

The Doclopedia #5
My Earliest RPG Characters: Arielle Ames

Consulting Witch and Private Eye
Strength: +1
Constitution: +1
Dexterity: +2
Intelligence: +3
Wisdom: +2
Charisma: +2
Advantages: Ambidexterity, Nightvision, Excellent Memory, Tough, Kind Hearted, Sexy
Disadvantages: Technology Jinx, Woman In A Man’s World, Hearing Loss In Right Ear, Hunted (by Cultists)

Powers/Gifts:
 High Level Spellcaster, Wiccan Priestess, Shapeshifter (can turn into a cat)

Primary Skills:
 Spellcasting +3, Hand to Hand Combat +2, Sword +1

Background:
 Arielle Ames is a native of Southern California (born in San Diego, raised in Hollywood). Her father was an FBI agent and her mother was a housewife and Wiccan High Priestess.  Arielle took after them both and became a private investigator as well as a witch. She is rather well known among law enforcement agencies and is often called in for “special cases”. Physically, Ari looks alot like Joan Jett did back in her “I Love Rock & Roll” days.
Ari has a partner, Bob, who just happens to be a superintelligent dog (small terrier mix) from another dimension (the dimension of Over The Edge, to bse exact. See the adventure “It Waits…” for more info) with a telepathic voice that sounds like Humphrey Bogart). She also has a leg man named Angel Valdez, who mostly checks out things that involve technology, since Ari tends to not play well with high tech devices.Ari has busted up several evil cults and this has put her at #1 on their Hate Parade. Any one of them would gladly cut her heart out, assuming she didn’t blast them to Hell first.

In her spare time, Ari enjoys tall dumb muscleboys, sweet faced nerdyboys, 1950’s Sci Fi movies, punk rock and dark chocolate.

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