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DataBank aka Dat (Bart Barnes, born June 1982) is a webforum admin and programmer at The Napping Cat's Dream. He is a role-player with anthropomorphic fox characters. Dat represents himself as a straight male fox or arctic fox, but does not have a defined fursona.
DreamSpinners (abbreviated 'Spinners) are a kitsune-like fox species of his creation, with some noticeable physical differences.
- Exist exclusively in Dream realms.
- Tail count tops at 7.
- Tail count set at birth.
- Tail length varies between 3' and 7', in the bone at least. Fur can add over another foot if properly maintained.
They do follow the general rule of "more tails = more power", but their abilities are more along the lines of editing the underlying realities and concepts of dreams they inhabit. He has two particularly popular 'Spinners presently, Krinele Fullin and Molly Fullin (related). Krinele is typically calm and composed, but not above playing a prank now and then. Molly, on the other hand, tends toward being flirty while maintaining concern for those around her.
He also maintains a sometimes scatterbrained ancient "Su'Ku'Vixen" (pronounced succu-vixen) named Kivie. He "borrowed" the concept of tentacle-wings from Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures, added multiple tails, and then couldn't quite bring himself to participate in the posturing that typically went around when others of unusual power would show up. She's taken on a position primarily as a sage or plot support character, more appropriate for her talents.
A more typical fox is Datallon Implaro, a white fox more suited towards gaming. While powerful in his specialty of necromantic magic, he's lacking in any other magics... or particular skill with a sword, pistol, and other weapons. He does, though, seem to be able to get along fairly well with others, and counter to some necromancer stereotypes is upbeat and caring.
Further characters tend to be one-offs for interactions with particular groups or storylines (example: Jaya), or simply not played often enough for their personalities to show properly (too many to list).
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