Panapapi Ticcotarp Copperspackle
Goat tipper, lore seeker, door opener
Panapapi is disheveled and unkempt when studying and researching his most recent quarry. His voluminous robes hold all manner of trinkets, nick-naks, gadgets, treatises, and other delights. He is often distracted but can engage in complete singleminded dedication when interested in the mystery at hand. When excited he stands to is full 3 foot one (and one quarter!) inch height, hair floating around his head like dandelion fluff and the points of his beard working only to emphasize his excitement. Though barely into his adulthood his light hair and scholarly demeanor make him seem a wizened old man.
Horribly awkward in social situations.
Theres nothing I like more than a good mystery, discovering the history of an artifact, or discovering something that was once lost, and nobody else could find.
What is beautiful points us beyond itself toward what is true.
My life work is a series of tomes related to individual objects. Some of these objects “disappeared” from private collections, only to be returned with a copy of the manuscript. Some are of unverifiable authenticity because they are about objects that are mythical or no-one has ever heard of. Some are histories that accompany anonymous donations to public collections. The name associated with this work is: Norm De’Pleumb
I speak without thinking through my words, invariably insulting others.