Atticus Grey Mayhew
Son of Travel
Owned by: Kaneity
Basic Info
Full Name: Atticus Grey Mayhew
Titles: Son of Hermes
The Traveling Author
Rich Boy
Born/Created On: December 2nd, 1998
Current Age: 20
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Relationship Status: Single and looking
Current Location: Camp Half Blood
Affiliation(s): Hermes' Cabin
Current Status: Alive
Species: Demigod
Nationality: American
Ethnicity: Asian/Caucasian
Accent: American
OOC Plans & Info
Inspiration: Hearst Family
Love Interests: None
Active RP's: Page comments
Created Page On: 03:55, January 9, 2018 (UTC)
Last Updated On:
Plans: Get a girl and write some books
Model: Charles Melton
Gender: Male
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Black
Height: 6'1
Weight: 213 lbs
Blood Type: B-
Voice:   Tenor
Distinguishing Marks: N/A
Body Style: Athletic
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Family & Childhood Info
Mother: Penelope Lee
Father: Hermes & Thomas Mayhew
Creator: None
Half-Siblings: None
Full-Siblings: None
Other Relatives: Mayhew & Lee family
Home: Carmel, California
Schooling: Private school
First Kiss: Dad's friend's daughter?
First Sex: First girlfriend, Camila
First Love: Never lol
General Info
Nicknames: Kit or Atty
Native Language: English
Language(s) Spoken: English
Character Flaw: Too cocky
Fears/Phobias: Losing parents
Hobbies: Writing books, working out, talking to girls
Moral Compass: North
Most Important Person Before: Parents
Most Important Person Now: Parents
Alignment: Neutral Chaotic
Dream Job: Best-selling author
Current Job: ;)

Atticus is cocky, confident and a wanderlust. Due to being spoiled as a son of a rich family, he expects to get whatever he wants whether that is a girl, a position or a materialistic object. He is also cocky since he has gathered positive reviews from his books and media attention. He is aware that he is good-looking and will show it off with his oozing confidence. He expects everyone to know him and his famous family.

He loves to travel around the world similar to his father and mother as he likes to experience new cultures that vary from his own. Additionally, he loves to write about his travels and uses the places he visits as sources of inspirations. He is loyal to his friends and family despite the fact that he still resents his mother for lying to him.

Penelope Lee loved Europe- she loved the food, the people and the culture. However, what drew her to those beautiful cities was the architecture. She examined the crooks of Spanish churches, admired the timbered walls and the dated windows. She was a millionaire who made a fortune from her hotel chain that rivaled Hilton and the Marriott. As a young women, she began her career when she started a bed & breakfast in a small town. As the town grew into a city because of new opportunities, thousands of people stayed at her lodging.

She wanted it all, she wanted the European style for herself so she started up her plans. She hired a talented architect named Thomas Mayhew, he was a son of Athena who had built glamorous castles and homes for celebrities. Penelope was inspired by the historical landmarks she visited in Europe which Thomas incorporated into the home. It was a beautiful castle-like mansion with hundreds of rooms, multiple bathrooms, a pool, tennis court, a garden, a zoo and more. It was a whimsical place for any person to visit. As she fell in love with her house, she fell in love with the son of wisdom.

They married and lived in the mansion, nicknamed 'Colina Hechizante' as it was built on a ginormous hill in California. From the place, one could see the beautiful shining waters of the Pacific Ocean. Visitors would need to fly in or ride up the bumpy hills. Penelope invited many of her famous friends and hosted grand parties that were rumored to be extravagant according to the tabloids. One night, one of her acquaintances brought a friend with them. His deep green eyes called out to Penelope as she wanted to know more about the mysterious man.

Hermes had always admired Penelope's work ethic as she worked her hotel chain from the ground up. It was no secret that not only was she successful, she was a beautiful and ambitious woman. When her guests went to Thomas' study to drink wine, Hermes whisked the beautiful mogul to one of her many bedrooms and made passionate love with her. Penelope enjoyed the night because Thomas never made her feel that way and was saddened when she was alone in the morning.

She went on with her luxurious life but the man was always going to be at the back of her mind, would she have divorced her husband for the man who made her yearn for his touch? Penelope was working one day in her house when she felt sick. Signs of pregnancy sprouted as her husband and her went to an appointment, confirming her fears that she did not know who the father was. Atticus Grey Mayhew was born in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California as many of Penelope and Thomas' relatives and friends congratulated the pair. Once Penelope looked into Atticus' chocolate eyes, she knew that Hermes was the father.

Atticus had an opulent childhood as a child of a hotel magnate and a famed architect. He would always walk around in his mansion or swim in their giant pool. He had big imaginations and would play hide and seek in their giant mansion with maids and butlers. When he was five, he heard his parents arguing about him. Earlier that day, a communication spirit arrived at their mansion and told Penelope about Atticus' tree parentage. Thomas felt betrayed that the boy he thought was his son wasn't from his own blood, but loved his wife and his son too much to leave. He went to private school with many other celebrity children and became popular for his charm and good looks. Atticus always got what he wanted whether that was another girl or a materialistic item. The media loved the Mayhew family when they went to events and girls over the world swooned over the son of Hermes. Atticus experienced his first monster attack at the age of 12 when he was walking around Carmel with his father. His father grabbed his hat which transformed into a celestial bronze sword and was astonished when he killed the creature. At home, their parents told him out his father and Atticus was angry and surprised. He had grew up knowing that Thomas was his father and it was just a lie and ignored his parents for a long time.

In high school, he found his true passion in English class. He loved to write novels about his own experiences and imaginations, he published his first novel called "The Trade Above" a historical fiction about imperialism in Africa under a pseudonym. His book went on the New York's Best Seller list for consecutive weeks. Thomas trained his son with sword fighting and defense skills to train him if he ever encountered a monster by himself. After graduating from high school, he went to college though Atticus knew it wasn't for him. Being trapped in a classroom setting was detrimental to his inspiration for writing so he left school after a few months which dismayed his parents.

He went on to travel around the world for two years while battling monsters that came his way to find inspiration for his works. After going to multiple countries, he was informed about Camp Half Blood, a place for demigods like him. He felt like this place would be a good setting for a new novel and went to Long Island.


  1. Children of Hermes are skilled thieves and are able to disarm an opponent and take their weapon easily.
  2. Children of Hermes can summon nearby animals to attack an opponent. The more animals summoned and the bigger they are, the more energy is drained.


  1. Children of Hermes are able to increase their speed and stealth in short bursts, making them faster than most and undetectable for a short time. However, they cannot have a weapon drawn so the speed is purely for evasion.


  1. Children of Hermes have innate reflexes which allows them to fight and dodge quickly.
  2. Children of Hermes are extremely proficient with thrown weapons.
  3. Children of Hermes are proficient in dodge-rolls.
  4. Children of Hermes have the inhuman ability to leap great distances at once which this can be used to dodge or attack.
  5. Children of Hermes possess enhanced stamina.
  6. Children of Hermes can sense and manipulate locks of all types. The more complicated the lock, the harder to manipulate.


  1. Children of Hermes are able to endow a pair a shoes with ethereal wings which grant the wearer temporary flight, they may use it for themselves or give them to another, however they are only able to go as high as just over the tree tops, and they only last for a couple of days at most before the wings lose power.
  2. Children of Hermes can cause a person or a group of people to speak in different languages so that no one understands what each other is saying, the effects only last a short time.
  3. Children of Hermes are able to trick another into doing something for them or revealing a secret to them; nothing guarantees the person will complete the task, if they figure out they are being tricked.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Hermes are able to teleport themselves, since their father is the god of travel. The further the distance, the more energy drained.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Hermes can temporarily steal 1-3 demigod powers from an opponent or ally for a few minutes, the user gains some knowledge of their new powers. The more powerful the stolen powers are and the more taken, the more energy is drained when the power theft wears off. (If the target doesn't have their 3/6/9 month powers, they cannot be stolen.)

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Hermes can shift into a hawk for short periods of time granting them flight, the longer they retain this form, the more energy it drains and the more time they need to rest between transformations.


  1. Children of Hermes make excellent thieves.
  2. Since their father is god of astrology, children of Hermes tend to make great astrologists. Able to identify any constellation and use the stars to draw star maps.
  3. Children of Hermes often do well when competing in athletic contests.
  4. Because Hermes “invented” the Internet, his children are able to use the Internet without drawing any extra attention to themselves from monsters.
  5. Children of Hermes have excellent memories for remembering messages.
  6. Children of Hermes have excellent sense of directions, are able to find and travel to any location in the world with ease.

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