He is 19 years old, and often appears as A bald young man, wearing loose-fitting clothing, along with sandles.
Satori Saru lives in Illuminated Tokyo, a setting of people gripped by foreign paranoia and crushed by societal pressure; of people looking for an escape from the sadness of their modern world.
Circumstances describe your situation.
Examples include enemies, wealth, notoriety, social status, contacts, fame, and imprisonment.
Because each Playgroup has its own setting, Circumstances record the Playgroup they were acquired in.
Conditions describe your state of being.
Examples of Conditions include curses, diseases, and impactful personality quirks.
Conditions are granted by Assets and Liabilities or by GMs based on the events of Contracts and Downtime activities like Moves, and Loose Ends.
Because Conditions may have GM-created systems, they also record the Playgroup they were acquired in.
Loose Ends will cause problems for you if you don't tie them up.
Examples of Loose Ends include enemies, debts, evidence, and promises.
All Loose Ends have a Cutoff that counts down each time you attend a Contract. When it hits zero, the Threat of your Loose End manifests, causing issues for your Contractor.
You cannot see the current values of your Loose Ends' Cutoffs, but you can take initiative and make Moves on your Downtimes to deal with them before time runs out.
Track your current equipment here. You may start with anything your Contractor would reasonably have access to.
Trophies are special objects and equipment.
Examples of Trophies include healing potions, scrolls, sci-fi technology, or any supernatural item that was not created with The Contract's Gift system.
Because Trophies may have GM-created systems, they also record the Playgroup they were acquired in.
Sun Wukong was a strong and mighty king of monkeys who once tried to join the ranks of Heaven, but was swiftly punished by Buddha with an imprisonment that lasted over five hundred years, afterwhich, he accompanied a monk on a journey to the west, during the course of which, he had obtained buddhahood....Or so went the stories of Sun Wukong. In recent times, a baby was born from unknown parents and abandoned in a forest. The child didn't die, however, instead the monkeys of the forest accepted the child into their own fold, allowing him to live amongst them. For the next few years, the young child grew up within the forest, as a monkey both in mind and behaviour, however, this line of thinking came to an end when the child was found by a passing group of Buddhist monks who were on a pilgrimage. The monks took pity and took the child with them back to their monastery in Kyosan, giving him both education and training, seeing as he possessed the acumen for it, they had also decided to call him "Saru" as he was found amongst the monkeys. As he grew up, he heard many tales of legends, particularly those of Buddha himself, amongst one such story included the tales of the Monkey King. Saru after much meditation and contemplation asserted himself as the reincarnation of the Monkey King and that he would also ascend to the ranks of heaven, taking on the name Satori in celebration of his sudden enlightenment. He would then undergo a journey himself, to find ways to awaken his true supposed heritage, to this end he went to Tokyo, where there and along the way, he works by doing odd-jobs, hoping to save up money to undertake his own journey to the west.