That was a typo, I'm sure, but I just wanted to point it out. Heheh.
Race: Human/Elemmagic user((I do not know what the hang you call them...))
Well, a magic user isn't really a race, and the race section was intended (in this RP) to be filled by either 'Imperial' or 'Half-Northerner,' since those are the only races available in this RP.
However, sorry, Jay, but I can't allow you to be a magic-user of any description.
Clothing: ... Leather bracelet with 'WYLFGARD ADMITTANCE'
Wylfgard... admitance? What is that supposed to mean?
But, I can't allow the bracelet, either. Not only do I not have any idea what it's supposed to mean or signify, but the term 'Wylfgard' is totally unknown (and unused) by virtually everyone in the mortal realm now. It's an ancient term, for it's what the Shifters used to call the mortal realm, and there are VERY few people and\or creatures who have, in some way or another, learned of the ancient Shifters and their terms, though few of them still use the term 'Wylfgard,' but among those who do are the Five. Therefore, basically, no one in Illikon even knows (and they certainly don't use) that term.
Alignment:Lawful-good. Though in magic he is considered chaotic by mages.
Um, how can he be lawful and chaotic at the same time?
Preferred Weapon(s): Elements. Though rarely uses them only if necessary.
Again; sorry, but no magic allowed.
Magical abilities are VERY rare, especially in humans, and are regarded with fear and suspicion... no one is allowed magical abilities in this RP.
((His parents' were adventurers before they settled in Wylfgard for several years))
Um, Jay, you keep referring to 'Wylfgard' as if it's a specific place\region of the world... it's the world.
So, even though they would have absolutely no knowledge of the term 'Wylfgard,' Jay's parents would've already been in Wylfgard - they always have been in Wylfgard, because Wylfgard was simply the Shifter's term for the entire mortal realm.
Fears: Jayson is scared to death of several odf the knights, mostly because they treat him like dirt and when he was younger, was beaten after being confused for a thief that fitted Jayson's description. He never recieved an apology.
'The knights' would never beat a young boy, or treat him like dirt, because they are honorable and righteous - and especially if that young boy had not really done anything wrong. Even if he was confused for a thief, knights probably wouldn't be the ones bringing him in (they have better things to do than arresting random thief boys in the street), it'd be the guards, and they surely wouldn't beat him.
Other Family, Siblings, and their Status: ... Jayson has sevewral family member living in the asian regions, allowing him to have come to them and learned martial arts.
Uh, if he's in the Empire, it'd take Jay a VERY LONG time to get to the East, even if he did somehow have some kind of relatives there (which he probably wouldn't at all, seeing as how it's very, very, very
difficult for anyone in the East to get to the West, and vice-versa), he wouldn't be able to reach them easily at all - at his age, he might've just died trying to reach it, for he'd either have to cross over a mountain pass that isn't really much of a pass at all (it's called a pass, but it's actually just the lowest region in the mountain range The Jagged Edge), cross through The Wastes (a barren wasteland in the far South), or cross over the extremely icy and cold waters of the far North.
The 'Asian regions,' are called the East, by the way.
STATS: Um... Middle?
Um, Jay, the stat system is numbers, not words. You have 35 points to spend (yes, I'm afraid I'm subtracting some due to your age; hope you don't mind... but let's face it, if you wanna be a kid, you're a kid), and each stat cannot go below 1 or above 10.