About Hayden River
Languages: Elven, Imperial, Kolshet (Language of dragons and the ancient shapeshifters ancestors), Ravennan (Common)
SQ change shape, lesser, lay on hands 4/day (1d6), mercy (sickened)
Notes from Wyrm:
Changelings do have an innate gender when born; they can shift between them, reproduce in either gender, but one feels more natural. While I do encourage you playing as either gender or both, understand that by using the quotation marks (smoothing "her" hair) you are indicating that the character is naturally male.
You also do not lose shape when you go unconscious; changing form is a deliberate act, which remains until you either change it again, or die. I would presume you'd know what shape you were wearing when you fell asleep, unless you want it to be a habit that you change shape inyour sleep ...
I picked a story feat for you, which suggested both an additional trait and a linked drawback: theLiberator story feat, the Mark of Slavery drawback, and a variant on the 'Legacy of Fire' campaign trait Finding Haleen.
For the latter:
Taught By The Liberator:
You grew up as a slave, and though you may have known your parents at one point, you can no longer remember much (if anything) about them - a warm feeling, a vague scent, a certain color of hair, the sound of a voice. Perhaps they died; perhaps you were taken from them at a very young age, to be raised elsewhere, for other purposes. Burdened by that yoke, you never thought much beyond that day, perhaps dreaming of what you might do when your masters finally let you rest for the evening, your belly half-full of thin gruel and a bean or three.