Eh, you know what? I'm going to post it right now. Though your biography doesn't look like mine. I might have done it wrong.
Name: Izak Ancible
Class**: Samurai/Middle-class Mage
Weapons [Can have guns or medieval weapons]: Two swords. One is made of regular steel with spells put over it to make it stronger and so it doesn’t dull quickly. The other was made with mana imbued in it and spells sung while it was being forged. The second sword is the one he cannot use. Whenever he tries to pull it out of its sheath, it stays stuck. There are only rumors he hears about what his sword can do. He heard it was forged 2000 years ago and has only been drawn 3 times; and then only by the greatest masters.
Biography***: Izak lives in a small community of blacksmiths and samurai which travels frequently but they stay within the limits of USE. They are widely known for their skill. The blacksmiths are incredibly talented at creating super strong swords but because they travel so often, they are very hard to find. And you must prove yourself to the blacksmith just to get him to make you a sword. The samurai are not to be messed with either. They are known to be able to chop a huge war-machine in half with one swing. They are very powerful. The sword masters are also adept at using some magic. They are able to use the metal and fire elements and bend them to their whim.
The blacksmiths also use a lot of magic when forging swords. They don’t get paid to make them however. They only make swords for who they deem worthy. Izak was the son of one such blacksmith. His father was a master sword maker and he found Izak messing around with a sword he made. Izak swung it and cut through a wall. His father knew that his son was meant to do something great. He had Izak trained under the greatest master in the village. The village people all said he was a great prodigy. Then he hit a stop and just start failing at all his techniques. So his master took him into the woods for 3 weeks. What happened out there, nobody knows, and Izak hasn’t said. Though everybody knows he was changed. After that he made more progress than ever.
As a younger man, Izak continued to improve. He eventually had his father make a sword for him. His father did one better and gave him the ancient sword. Izak tried to draw the sword but found he could not. Try as he might, he could not pull the sword out of the sheath. He went to his master and asked about it. His master told him the sword would only come out of its sheath when it accepted him as its master. But until then he had to train to be able to handle the power that was said was hidden in the blade. Fromm then on his training became even more rigorous.
At the age of 20, he thought he would be able to pull out the sword. He went into the woods and tried it. The sword came out just an inch, when that happened, every tree in front of him for 100 feet was cut down. He immediately closed the sword. He knew then that the sword was immensely powerful and should only be used in the direst of times. He then went back to his village and continued training. He is currently the second best in his village. His master is the only one better than him. His master has not yet taught him the succession techniques.
But Izak feels he is ready and his master feels he is not. So his master got angry and sent him off to learn on his own. He is now a rouroni: A wandering samurai. He needs to learn the ways of the blade in actual combat. That is what he is going to do now so he can go back and have the succession techniques taught to him. His masters last words were: “Be very wary, for the way of the blade, especially that one on your hip, is very dangerous. And there are many people who would wish to take you out and take your blade. Be careful. And only when you have fully learned what is to wield the blade, can you return to us and learn my techniques.” With that, he sent him off on his own.
Is this good? Or should I change something?