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Class: Seeker

Occupation:  Veterinary Assistant & Comic Book Collector

Personality: Awkward, Empathetic & Impulsive

Combat Style:Sparrow excels in combat when using Longbows. He’s able to selectively pinpoint any target from far off with shocking accuracy. Fear tends to be his weakness but his joyfulheart and humor helps to keep them at bay.

     There isn't much else that Adam Sparrow loves more in life than animals, comic books, and archery. He’s usually very easy to get along with—if you can handle his corny jokes and constant eye rolling puns; the guy is rarely serious.

     The God of Creation saw a great deal of bravery and kindness in Adam during a clumsy rescue of a small puppy from a belligerent abuser. This ferocious ball of fur, quickey claimed Sparrow as his new person, and is now his faithful comrade, on most of his endeavors, big & small. Sparrow lovingly calls his new tenacious friend Bucket.

     When Adam was given a glimpse into The Unseen,  He noticed very quickly, the all too real and violent spiritual attacks constantly bombarding  unknowing people. As a reaction, he jumped head-first into a battle that would forever change his life.

     With every successful shot to the heart of darkness, Sparrow’s hunger for Light becomes more ravenous as his wild nature focuses on a greater purpose. His constant joking around can lead people misunderstand him, but is not to be underestimated. His serious side suddenly comes out when he sees injustice preying on the innocent; It's almost scary watching him when he’s focused on a target.

     With a special bow given to him by his Father, Sparrow can whisper prayers into the feathers of his arrows, and an animal with a new name made of Holy Fire manifests before him. As the bow releases the arrow, the animal charges towards the target and consumes it in a stampede of blue flames and animalistic ferocity. The whole animal kingdom is at his beck and call, tamed only by the whisper of his Father’s Spirit, and the faithful draw of his bow string. But Sparrow’s real fight is often taming himself.

Are not two sparrows sold for a copper coin? And not one of them falls to the ground apart from your Father’s will.

But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Do not fear therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows.

Matthew 10: 29-31 (NKJ)

Sparrow, Word Wielder from The Unseen game.
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