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Joe Crazy Dog
Vital statistics
Gender Male
Real Name Wiskenjon
Clan Mixed


Joe Crazy Dog or Joseph Crazy Dog, is an Otherworlder,

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Books / Stories Appear In Edit

WhatEdit

Joe Crazy Dog is a half-breed of both clan Corbae and Canid

Description / Bio Edit

People know him as "Bones"—he sits in Fitzhery Park telling fortunes with bones (rodent and bird) that he'd spread over a piece of deerskin. The bones would tell him stories about what's bee, what is, or what might be.

AboutEdit

Many otherworlders believe that since he is of mixed clans, he is weaker. The fact of the matter is that he actually has the powers of both the Canid and Corbae clans making him much more powerful than your typical otherworlder.

Personality and CharacterEdit

  • One moment he's the clown, the next the wise man.
  • Ha a Trickster side can start to swamp the wise side—he can get a little loco

Physical DecriptionEdit

wears jeans, scuffed work boots, T-shirt says "don't buy Thai!—he also wears the head of a coyote or wolf sometimes. His face has dark coppery coloring, broad features, spuare chin, eyes set wide, nose flat. His long black hair is tied back i a braid bearing feathers. His eyes shift like mercury. ~ The Onion Girl

TalentEdit

  • Can shape change, or partial shape-change;
  • Can cross into the spirit world

Other DetailsEdit

  • smokes cigarette
  • Jilly tried but finds it impossible to capture the slow-wiseman in a painting.
  • Been teaching Jilly for about two years about how to cross into the spirit world by walking in her body.

History / Background Edit

Connections (characters, places) Edit

Name What Connection
Jilly Coppercorn Human Joe is part of Jilly's coterie of friends

Events in the Series (spoilery area) Edit

The Onion Girl: Jilly visits with Joe in the Otherworld when she crosses there while in a coma, paralyzed and hospitalized after a vicious accident. (ch5)


QuotesEdit

"There's more to kife than just surviving." ~ Joe to Jilly, The Onion Girl

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