Race/Class: Half-elf Witch (white haired varient if possible)
Stat Block: str: 7 Dex: 12 con: 12 int: 20 (with racial bonus) wis: 12 cha:11
Description: Kali is an even six feet tall, with long white hair that falls to the small of her back, though it never falls in front of her face. She has deep brown eyes that always seem to be watching everything never focusing on one thing. She has long sharp striking features. She wears forest green top and brown pants that hints at her thin features beneath.
Background: Kali was raised by her human father in a small village were he ran the local inn, she spent most days helping him there, cleaning the rooms, everything. One day when she was heading to get food from the market for dinner a strong wind blew the hat she was wearing away. Chasing after it towards the nearby forest, she found it at the feet of a young fox who was staring at her. The fox picked up the hat and walked to Kali and gave it to her, she bent town and took her hat back and something told her there was something going on. The fox turned into the forest and ran off, and Kali followed after she wasn't sure why but something pulled her in that direction, eventually she found a small pool of water were the fox sat to drink. Kali sat on the edge of the pool and watched the fox for a moment, then it trotted over to her and layed it's head on her lap looking up at her. They stayed that way for awhile until Kali realised that she really needed to get food from the market, when she stood up the fox followed after her and they went into town together. At first they got odd looks from the locals for a fox trotting at her heels but it soon became to be a regular site around town. Kali started calling him Tokah after a few days since she couldn't just call him fox. She stayed at home for the next five years, learning about magic and other skills from Tokah, she was never really sure how but the fox was guiding her. One day the she was doing the morning rituals she had learned and a strong wind blew in through her window against the current wind and she knew it was time to leave home. She packed up her things and the next day she and Tokah hit the road to find whatever they needed to find.