Alternate Outfit: Bazi Picture

Name: Bazi Bacha
Age: 7
Height: 127cm
Weight: 27kg
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Hazel

The Land of Jesús (pronounced HEY Zeus) is a little universe where all of my interpretations of Biblical characters reside (e.g. the Twelve Apostles, Sons of Jacob, etc.), but their roles here might be different than the ones from the actual Bible. Once again, I apologize if what I'm doing offends those who believe in Christianity....

Bazi's alternate outfit. It's much more masculine, since Bazi's a boy. The outfit has a bird motif, consisting of an orange and yellow top resembling wings, trousers that resemble the legs, a yellow sash that resembles the tail, and a feathered visor resembling the head. His body is covered in crushed gold (white paint), crushed indigo (navy blue paint), and crushed achiote (red orange paint). It's supposed to be inspired by Garuda, a bird deity in Hindu mythology and also the source of Bazi's pet name. The sketch can be seen here: [link]

A former slave who is a villager at the Friendly Village in the Land of Jesús. Bazi possesses an androgynous appearance and skilled interpretive dancing skills, and lives in an orphanage with his older twin Posh. When he was young, he was a dancing boy for some slave traders and was saved by his sister. Together with the nomadic painter Luke, they escape and ended up in the Friendly Village as permanent residents. In his years of servitude, he was known as Garuda, a mythical bird in Hindu mythology.

Death and the Lamb Info
Bazi was one of the few denizens who didn't believe that Simon murdered a baby lamb in the middle of the night. While discussing with Matthias, he reveals that Simon always tells them to be brave in tough situations and look on the bright side of things. At the day of the execution, the Bacha twins and the other orphans watch the Apostles disappear one by one and eventually inform the Friendly Village's nomadic painter Luke.
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