(OOC: I just realized that the sheet I have up in the forum is old and wholly incorrect, including the background and all of his abilities, and the sheet I have up on the Wiki is level 6 for the Tarrasque fight. I'm going to find some kind person who knows what they're doing in PS and get them to see if they can fish level 1 Seryntas out of the Tarrasque sheet for me; I lost the original sheet, which was on my hard drive that went kablooey.)
It's warm inside Seryntas's armor, which is okay by Seryntas, who hates the cold with a murderous fury. His helmet is off. His helmet being off emphatically does not reveal his long, silky raven hair and delicate yet chiseled features, because that would require him to have them to begin with. Instead, what's exposed is a large, round head with a wide mouth, yellow teeth, large nose, and slightly beady brown eyes. His hair is brown and very short, and it looks like he hasn't shaved in a few days. He's taller than average, somewhere around six feet, four inches, but impressively well-built, easily 240 pounds even without his mithral plate armor, well-made and colored blue by a rust-proof enamel coating. Strapped to his back is the sheath of a hefty greatsword with an extra-long hilt.
Winter was good for Seryntas. Xiao Long, the odd little mutt of a girl (half halfling, half wood elf) who's been living with him for almost two and a half years now, continued her plan to use his winter downtime to wean him off of emotional dependence on his armor, which went far better than it had the year before, even if at sunrise on the first day of spring he broke the lock that was keeping his armor in the cupboard rather than waiting two hours for Xiao Long to wake up and produce the key. So today he feels sane, or at least his armor isn't talking to him much and he feels entirely comfortable describing himself with the pronoun "I". He even fancies that today he's feeling sociable.
Of course, "sociable" for Seryntas isn't necessarily the same as for everyone else. In this case, it's sitting down on a bench (next to a sleeping man in green) and hoping that someone tries to start a conversation him, because by the gods, Seryntas will converse the crap out of someone if that happens, and maybe the entire city of Doma will want to be his friend (Seryntas's ambitions often leave out intermediate steps). His social ambitions block out absolutely everything else and cause him to miss the fairly obvious fact of the plants growing around Sorune.
"Tell you what, Leto, I won't fight with you. Zeus' wives are pretty tough customers. You have my permission to boast openly that you have beaten the daylights out of me."
-Hermes, the Iliad (Stanley Lombardo, translator) Book 21