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Personality

Is nervous around people she doesn't know, but will be friendly otherwise. She is claustrophobic, and her favorite animal is a goat.

History

For years, the gods and goddesses have watched on while the humans developed through the years, as they advanced both personally and technologically. Lately one thing has become quite clear to them; humans have a habit of being very irresponsible when it comes to their environment and the animals that reside within that environment. They came to a decision, fearing for the safety and longevity of their sacred animals, they have decided to create a special group of nymphs to help protect their sacred animals.

These nymphs’ life forces are each attached to the animal they are a nymph of; if that animal becomes extinct, the nymph will die. The gods considered the fact that here are thousands of animals and creatures that roam the earth, but not wanting to over extend their powers, they have decided to only concern themselves with the animals that are sacred to them.

When they aren’t out in the world helping other nymphs and helping to protect their animals, they spend their time at camp.

Cali had been running errands for her creator, Aphrodite, before being sent to Camp Half-Blood.

Powers

  1. They have a telepathic/empathetic connection with nature and other nymphs. They also have a special, stronger, connection with other animal nymphs
  2. As they are nymphs they do not age, remaining eternally young.
  3. Their senses of smell, sight and hearing are more enhanced, enabling them to sniff out monsters, track down demigods, etc.
  4. They are able to summon animals to aid them, they have the best control over their own animal type
  5. Each type of animal nymph has their life force attached to that species, so if a species were to go extinct the nymph would die
  6. Can turn into a goat

Relationships

Name Relation Feelings
Aphrodite Creator She is amazing, I will serve her always
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