Courtland Summers
X-24
Owned by: Merlin1119
 
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"A wise man once said, 'Anger is one letter away from danger.' But I believe they are one in the same."
Personality
 

Courtland was diagnosed with Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED) as a young boy. He saw multiple professionals, none of whom were able to help him. Due to this, he has had psychic barriers placed in his mind, separating his mind into two distinct personalities: one with IED, the other without. The IED personality is blocked off and caged in his mind as long as Courtland meditates for a certain amount of hours per day (approximately 3-4 hours.) I will explain each personality separately:

Stable Personality: Courtland is a shy boy, but has a good heart. There is a deep sadness to him, but he puts on a smile every day. He is quite wise and peaceful for someone his age, hates fighting, and can sit and meditate for hours on end. He isn’t really into socializing with other kids, as he has never been very good at it, unless the other kid does all the talking or is into Marvel superhero comics, which are his life. He lives and breathes for superheroes, and treats the comics like pieces of literature, collecting them and using them to motivate and drive the actions he takes in his own life. (For example, he often makes a connection between himself and the Hulk, who has the potential to do good, but can also bring destruction to everyone and everything around him.) His favorite series is X-Men, but he loves them all. He doesn’t like to talk about his anger or use it to fuel his powers. However, he will use the few powers he has that do not rely on him being angry.

IED Personality:

Courtland is very quiet, but as soon as he doesn’t like something, he will let you know. This will usually involve throwing a tantrum of some sort, which usually ends up in violence. This side of Courtland is also slightly depressed that he killed Ben, as he still does have a conscience, but doesn’t think about it until he has already lashed out and it is too late. He is always on edge, and extremely irritable. All of his psychotic rage is essentially being let free at once uncontrollably, so he essentially has no self-control, and feels justified to use his powers to achieve his needs while in this mentality. Though insane, this personality still contains the same interests in superheroes and other interests and passions as his stable personality, and has come to name itself X-24, after the clone of Wolverine, X-23.
History

  Miles Summers worked as a cashier at CVS pharmacy in Seattle. He was decent at his job; not good, not bad, just decent. He hated it though. The only reason he didn’t leave was because he knew he would never get a job anywhere else. One day, Miles became depressed and thus began to see a therapist. It only got worse from there. He soon began cutting, and after his second suicide attempt, his therapist decided it was time he see the best there was: a specialist in anger and depression named Lydia. After six weeks of therapy, he was no longer suicidal, and on his way back to becoming a functioning adult. But he had been fired from his job because he had been diagnosed with Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED) and they thought he was a risk. His therapist wanted him to keep seeing her, but he decided it was time he try to make it on his own on the streets, as he couldn’t afford to continue to pay her. She offered to help him for free. It was then that he realized how much she cared for him. He leaned in to kiss her, and one thing led to another, and when “it” was over, Lydia looked ashamed and guilty. He told her it was ok, and she simply responded by yelling at him to leave and never come looking for her again. In the next two months, Miles had managed to lose his job, his house, and his sanity, and was placed in a psychiatric hospital after trying to kill a man who offered him money when they saw him sleeping on the street. Little did Miles know it was Lydia who set up his admission to the hospital. Three months later while in the hospital, Miles had a vision of Lydia, explaining that she was the goddess Lyssa in disguise. She told him that he had gotten her pregnant, and she was not allowed to keep the child, but that he wasn’t fit to raise him either. Lyssa told Miles she had named the child Courtland, and that the state would have him placed in the foster system. She explained that if he was ever well enough, she would see to it he was released from the psychiatric facility.

As a child, Courtland was placed in the house of a couple in their mid forties. Courtland stayed there with them and their two biological children for the first five years of his life before he began exhibiting symptoms of IED. He started throwing tantrums, getting into fight with his foster siblings, and even tried to break the television remote when they punished him for not eating his dinner. Courtland was then moved to the home of a widow in her thirties where there were three other foster children as well as her one adopted child. There, he was abused by one of his foster siblings named Carla, who was seventeen and would beat him up on a regular basis. He stayed in the home for the next eight years of his life. When his foster mother would ask why he was hurt, he would say that he fell and that he was quite clumsy. He suppressed all his anger, as he was always the one getting beat up, and while in this home he lost the part of him that made him feel safe. But one of his other foster siblings, Ben (who was the foster mother’s adopted child), he actually became very close with. Ben was fourteen when Courtland turned six and one day he came home with a Marvel X-Men comic. Ben saw the black eye Carla had given to Courtland the day before, as it was still visible, and gave the comic to Courtland as a gift, and saw it his duty to stand up to Carla for Ben. Ben and Carla ended up fighting, which inevitably ended with Carla in an ambulance. Courtland read the comic from cover to cover countless times, so Ben took it upon himself to buy Courtland the next one in the series. Ever since, Courtland has been obsessed with Marvel and collecting comics. After Carla was sent to the hospital, Ben encouraged Courtland to testify to what happened, and he did so. Combined with Ben’s word, and the injuries over the past year, Carla was tried as an adult, convicted, and placed in jail.

In the years after this event, Courtland’s self-esteem plummeted, and he began to cut himself as a ten years old. As usual, Ben was the first to notice, and saw to it that Courtland stop. Ben took Courtland to a therapist, who only provoked Courtland’s suppressed anger. He yelled at the therapist, when they asked Ben to leave. The therapist ended up letting Ben stay in the room, and when Ben later explained to Courtland he shouldn’t raise his voice like that, he responded by saying “The Banshee would disagree.” Ben then took Courtland to the one place he knew Courtland would want to go: the comic store.

Meanwhile, Lyssa was looking down from above and couldn’t bear watching her son turn into his father, who was still in a psychiatric facility, where he was only getting worse. Lyssa knew she could not interfere with her child’s life at all, and after recently risking to visit another one of her children while they were on a quest, she wasn’t about to risk getting caught and punished by Zeus again. So Lyssa asked a favor of her mother, Nyx, knowing that Zeus was slightly intimidated by her mother. Lyssa begged her mother to help her grandchild. Nyx agreed, but told Lyssa it would cost her son. Lyssa told her to do whatever she had to to keep her son from going insane. She visited her grandson in a vision, saying who she was and explaining his ancestry and godly heritage. She told him to find a woman a named Layla, who worked at the comic store and would be waiting for him. Nyx then placed a psychic barrier in his mind, separating the angry, psychotic part of his personality from the calm, ration, and sane part, giving Courtland a duel personality. The psychic barrier proved effective in keeping the maddening personality out during the day, however every night, Courtland’s second personality would need a chance to be free in order to prevent too much anger from building up in Courtland to the point where it would break the psychic barrier. Nyx believed that if she kept his personality split all of the time, his insanity would seep into the deepest part of his subconscious, resulting in incurable hallucinations, paranoia, and a worse case of IED than he has already. She made it so every night, the barrier would break until morning. Therefore, every night from then on, Courtland had to be asleep by the time the moon was in the sky, or his alternate personality would break freed while he was awake, making him much more volatile, dangerous, reckless, and powerful than during the day. (This is because all of his psychotic rage is essentially being let free at once uncontrollably, so he essentially has no self-control or conscience, and feels the need to use his powers for as much as possible while in this mentality. The barrier can also be broken if Courtland’s body believes it is in a life or death situation.)

Courtland received the vision from Nyx while he was in the comic book store, reading a Fantastic Four comic. Meanwhile, Lyssa visited Ben in a separate vision, explaining what Nyx was doing, and it’s potential side effects. Lyssa then asked Ben to look after Courtland till it was time for him to go to camp. Ben agreed, and was given a list of instructions that Ben was to follow to keep Courtland stable as well as a weapon that he was to deliver to Courtland.

The next day, Ben explained to Courtland that he was a satyr and that it was his job to protect Courtland no matter what. This would soon prove to be no easy task for Ben. A week after the psychic barrier’s were applied, Courtland didn’t go to bed on time. He was up “late,” studying for his math test the next day. At 7:29 PM, the sun began to set. By 7:45, the barrier had been broken. Not knowing he had already “changed”, Ben told Courtland he should get ready for bed so “it” didn’t emerge. Courtland responded in a rage, saying he didn’t want to go to bed and throwing a tantrum, and eventually unleashed a beam of intense rage from his hands, killing Ben. Courtland then passed out till morning. After the event, Courtland became depressed, realizing not only that he would never in his right of mind see the stars again, and would have be asleep by 7:15 every night, but that he had killed his one and only friend, and the one person in his life he ever knew to care about him.

Soon Courtland became depressed, asleep at 6:00 every night, cutting himself, and under-eating. As Lyssa watched her son deteriorate from above, she couldn’t help but do something, but she didn’t know what to do. She wanted to send him to Camp Half Blood, but didn’t want to risk the safety of the other people there, knowing he would have to live in a cabin with her other children, also prone to violence and anger. As the goddess of madness, Lyssa realized that getting rid of the barrier could drive her son completely insane, but keeping him sane would keep him in a depression. She once again sought out her mother for help. Nyx believed that Courtland could be saved only if he wanted to save himself. She decided it was in his best interest to let him figure things out for himself for once. But she would guide him in the right direction, by influencing the next foster home he was placed in.

Around a year later, Courtland’s foster mother’s license to foster expired, and she didn’t get it renewed. Courtland was moved to the home of a demigod man from India names Aaya, who was the son of Harmonia. When Courtland arrived, Aaya was sitting in his living room meditating. Courtland looked at the man and asked him what he was doing. Aaya explained to him about meditation, how it is used in his culture, and how it can calm the body and mind. The eleven year old was intrigued, and asked to try it. After a week, Aaya began to teach Courtland to meditate as a way to control his anger and sadness, and to let go of his negative emotions. Courtland became very close with Aaya over the next few weeks. When Aaya learned of Courtland’s love for superhero comics, he bought Courtland a Hulk comic, and explained how Courtland and Hulk were much alike in their struggle to contain and control the violent and deadly anger inside themselves. Aaya continued to teach Courtland to meditate, and after a few months, Courtland could meditate for hours on end, and had stopped cutting himself.

Over the next two years, while living with Aaya, Courtland’s emotional state began to stabilize. Not only was he learning to meditate and control his anger, but Aaya also began to teach Courtland martial arts and how to fight. However, the extent of Aaya’s knowledge was limited to Indian weapons and other weapons from Asia, so that is what Courtland was trained in. It was then that one day while meditating in a park one day, Courtland and Aaya were attacked by two Myrmekes. Aaya, a trained demigod, was able to take both beasts out using a Celestial Bronze bow and arrow. with ease. However, as a self-defense mechanism, Nyx had made it so the sight of the monsters would break the psychic barriers in Courtland’s head, because as a child of Lyssa his powers are fueled by rage, and could be helpful in a life or death situation. Even though Courtland didn’t show any rage, the psychic barrier had been broken. That night, Aaya had made dinner, but forgot to heat up the food for Courtland, who responded by yelling at Aaya. Having known about the barrier, Aaya immediately recognized what was wrong, and used his powers to temporarily calm Courtland’s mind. He then prayed to his mother to give him the strength and power to restore the psychic barriers in Courtland’s mind himself. Harmonia sensed the desperation in her son to protect his foster child, and being the goddess of peace, believed it part of her duty to keep insanity from roaming the streets, however she feared of breaking the no direct contact rule with her child. Harmonia contacted Nyx, figuring it was her mess to have to clean up. Nyx restored the psychic barrier while Aaya kept Courtland’s mind at ease in the meantime.

However, due to the fact that Nyx was communication with Aaya, and Nyx was thankful that Aaya was keeping her grandchild safe, Aaya was able to request change to a few characteristics about the psychic wall. Aaya had seen how hard it was for Courtland to always fall asleep at sunset while everyone else his age was still up. Instead of sleep, Aaya had Nyx have the new barrier rely on a certain amount (approximately 3-4 hours a day) of successful meditation in order to stay active, where the meditation would essentially wash out any anger or insanity that would have presented itself that day. Nyx also made it so the barrier would break in any combat setting or life or death situation, and automatically block out the IED personality when the threat was clear.

It was at this point, that Aaya and Nyx both believed it was time Courtland be sent to Camp Half Blood, where monsters would not be able to reach him in order to make sure the barrier stay intact as much as possible. They left the next day and reached Camp Half Blood in three days time. When they arrived at camp, it became apparent the director was reluctant to allow him into camp. Courtland doesn’t know why the camp accepted him considering that he had killed Ben, however he assumes Nyx had saved him once again and had the director make an exception. Before Aaya dropped Courtland off, he gave Courtland a pair of Celestial Bronze katars, which transform into rings when they aren’t being used. He explained to Courtland that the weapons were given to him as a gift from his mother, and had always wanted to pass them on to his child, but he never had one. Aaya told Courtland that he considered Courtland family and that Courtland was welcome to visit Aaya anytime.

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Basic Info
Full Name: Courtland Summers
Titles: X-24
Current Location: Camp Half Blood
Affiliation(s): Camp Half Blood, Himself, Nyx
Current Status: Alive
Relationship Status: Single
Born or Created On: July 7, 2002
Current Age: 13
Species: Demigod
Nationality: American
Sexuality: Unsure
Accent: Western
OOC Plans & Info
Owned By: Merlin1119
Inspiration Behind Creation:  
Love Interests Char/Owner:  
Active RP's:
Created Page On: October 27, 2015
Page Last Updated On: October 27, 2015
Plans:
3/6/9 Month Powers: 3 and 6 Month Powers Unlocked
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Courtland Summers ~ X-24
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"The greater one's anger, the greater the risk that someone is going to get hurt."
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Character's Bio


 Age: 13  Height: 4'10"  Weight: 115
 Sexuality: Unsure  Relationship Status: Single
  Main Weapon: Two katars that transform into rings
 Accent: Western
 – "Only when one is angry do they express how they truly feel."

Character's Powers

 3/6/9 month powers locked

Offensive

  1. Children of Lyssa have the ability to focus an emotional energy beam out of their rage which will burn anything it touches.
  2. Children of Lyssa are able to tap into primal rabid animal instincts which allows them to attack or flee with enhanced speed and ferocity. However, this ability can often lead to loss of self-control and only lasts for a short time.

Defensive

  1. Children of Lyssa, when enraged, can ignore damage sustained in battle temporarily. Once they have calmed down, however, the pain from the damage is intensified.
  2. Children of Lyssa can generate a veil of the emotional energy of rage around their bodies, the veil would protect them from damage for a short time and cannot be used if the child doesn't have the rage to fuel it.

Passive

  1. Children of Lyssa are stronger when themselves and other around them are angry, they cannot be empowered from rage created by their aura.
  2. Children of Lyssa can cure rabies in both humans and animals with a simple touch.
  3. Children of Lyssa emit a rage aura which makes people around them at least slightly angry, they can turn it off for a long time if they wish.
  4. Children of Lyssa can communicate with and command rabid animals

Supplementary

  1. Children of Lyssa can cause people near them to temporarily develop symptoms of rabies, including agitation, hallucinations, and an inability to swallow, incapacitating the victim for a short period.
  2. Children of Lyssa can cause people near them become enraged and frenzied, reducing their competency and effectiveness in battle.
  3. Children of Lyssa can cause nearby animals to become rabid and once in this state, can command them to attack an enemy or gather information for them. This ability can only be used on up to 3 animals at one time. The larger the animals and the more that are summoned, the more energy it drains.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Lyssa are able to drain the rage and anger from those around them, using it to empower themselves for a short time, while also weakening the will of those they drain to fight, but once it has worn off, they are substantially drained.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Lyssa can turn their volatile emotional energies into larger tools, objects, weapons and other items, create semi-living constructs and/or create structures/buildings of varying permanence; however, only up to 4 combative/non-combative items or 1 semi-living construct can be conjured at a time and it cannot be larger than roughly 3 times the size of the one that conjured it. Tools may telekinetically moved by the user’s mind and all rage constructs slightly burn anyone who touched it. The longer they maintain combative/non combative items and semi-living constructs, the more it drains their energy, so they are more limited for the time they can keep these things cohesive.However, their ability to use the power is hindered before or during use when they experience emotions in relation to peace and happiness. As more positive and serene emotions are felt, the strength of the object begins to fade, becoming dull and brittle.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Lyssa are able to transform into a dog for a short time. They can turn into either a full dog or a humanoid dog form. In the human/dog form, they are twice as faster and stronger than before. Their senses are also quite sharper as well. They also tend to be more violent and volatile in this state. Once the transformation ends, the user is extremely drained. Using the hybrid form is more draining rather than the full dog form. They will not be able to move and could possibly faint.


Traits

  1. Children of Lyssa are known for being very irritable and hostile, many usually struggle with controlling their tempers.
  2. Children of Lyssa sometimes love seeing other people angered and will taunt them for fun.
  3. Children of Lyssa are often fond of dogs since their mother was associated with them.

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Powers

All Powers Unlocked

Offensive

  1. Children of Lyssa have the ability to focus an emotional energy beam out of their rage which will burn anything it touches.
  2. Children of Lyssa are able to tap into primal rabid animal instincts which allows them to attack or flee with enhanced speed and ferocity. However, this ability can often lead to loss of self-control and only lasts for a short time.

Defensive

  1. Children of Lyssa, when enraged, can ignore damage sustained in battle temporarily. Once they have calmed down, however, the pain from the damage is intensified.
  2. Children of Lyssa can generate a veil of the emotional energy of rage around their bodies, the veil would protect them from damage for a short time and cannot be used if the child doesn't have the rage to fuel it.

Passive

  1. Children of Lyssa are stronger when themselves and other around them are angry, they cannot be empowered from rage created by their aura.
  2. Children of Lyssa can cure rabies in both humans and animals with a simple touch.
  3. Children of Lyssa emit a rage aura which makes people around them at least slightly angry, they can turn it off for a long time if they wish.
  4. Children of Lyssa can communicate with and command rabid animals

Supplementary

  1. Children of Lyssa can cause people near them to temporarily develop symptoms of rabies, including agitation, hallucinations, and an inability to swallow, incapacitating the victim for a short period.
  2. Children of Lyssa can cause people near them become enraged and frenzied, reducing their competency and effectiveness in battle.
  3. Children of Lyssa can cause nearby animals to become rabid and once in this state, can command them to attack an enemy or gather information for them. This ability can only be used on up to 3 animals at one time. The larger the animals and the more that are summoned, the more energy it drains.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Lyssa are able to drain the rage and anger from those around them, using it to empower themselves for a short time, while also weakening the will of those they drain to fight, but once it has worn off, they are substantially drained.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Lyssa can turn their volatile emotional energies into larger tools, objects, weapons and other items, create semi-living constructs and/or create structures/buildings of varying permanence; however, only up to 4 combative/non-combative items or 1 semi-living construct can be conjured at a time and it cannot be larger than roughly 3 times the size of the one that conjured it. Tools may telekinetically moved by the user’s mind and all rage constructs slightly burn anyone who touched it. The longer they maintain combative/non combative items and semi-living constructs, the more it drains their energy, so they are more limited for the time they can keep these things cohesive.However, their ability to use the power is hindered before or during use when they experience emotions in relation to peace and happiness. As more positive and serene emotions are felt, the strength of the object begins to fade, becoming dull and brittle.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Lyssa are able to transform into a dog for a short time. They can turn into either a full dog or a humanoid dog form. In the human/dog form, they are twice as faster and stronger than before. Their senses are also quite sharper as well. They also tend to be more violent and volatile in this state. Once the transformation ends, the user is extremely drained. Using the hybrid form is more draining rather than the full dog form. They will not be able to move and could possibly faint.


Traits

  1. Children of Lyssa are known for being very irritable and hostile, many usually struggle with controlling their tempers.
  2. Children of Lyssa sometimes love seeing other people angered and will taunt them for fun.
  3. Children of Lyssa are often fond of dogs since their mother was associated with them.
Skills & Weapons
Special Skills: Meditation, tai chi, skilled with weapons from Ancient India
Preferred Weapon: Two CB scissor katars that transform down into rings when not in use
Strengths: Depends on personality. In his stable personality he is extremely clever and knows how to use his opponents weakness to his advantage. In his IED personality, he is fueled by a what almost seems to be an endless supply of rage, as the smallest things get him angry.
Weaknesses: Depends on personality. In his stable personality, his moral beliefs go against him using some of his powers. His IED personality is extremely powerful, yet lacks the self-control to pause and think things through.
Quests/Missions Led: None
Quests/Missions Been On: None

"When you are truly family, it doesn't matter how many times you get angry. You will always find your way back to each other."
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Possessions & Favourite Things
Bedroom: Courtland Summers/ Bedroom
Pets: None

Likes: Marvel Comics, superheroes, X-Men
Dislikes: Socializing
Colour: Grey
Music: Classical
Food: French Fries
Animal: Dogs
Book: Any Marvel comic
Quote: "People do foolish things when angry, and thus it is only the fool who lets himself get angry in the first place."
Drink: Water
Song: Thoughtfullness by Solomon Keal
Movie: X-Men: The Last Stand
Sport: Does Tai-Chi count?
Other Favs: His favorite Marvel Comic is X-Men, and his favorite characters and X-23 and Storm
Appearance & More Images
Model: Griffin Gluck
Gender: Male
Eye Colour: Grey
Hair Colour: Brown
Height: 4'10"
Weight: 115lbs
Ethnicity: American
Handedness: Right handed
Shoe Size: 71/2
Blood Type: B-
Voice: Calm and quiet, till it's not.
Distinguishing Marks: None
Body Style: Slim
One Word to Describe: Wise
Best Physical Trait: Meditating for the first time with Aaya
Worst Physical Trait: Body
Mental/Emotional State: Intermittent Explosive Disorder, Multiple Personality Disorder (undiagnosed), Mentally Vulnerable
Things to Change: Will spend hours on end meditating
Mental/Emotional disorders: ADHD, Dyslexia, Intermittent Explosive Disorder, Multiple Personality Disorder (undiagnosed)
Medical Problems/Ailments: None

 

Family & Childhood Info
Mother: Lyssa
Father: Miles Summers
Creator: Miles Summers and Lyssa
Half-Siblings: Lyssa's Cabin
Full-Siblings: None
Other Relatives: Aaya- Current Foster Father
Home: Seattle
Earliest Memory: Playing with blocks as a child with his foster siblings
Best Memory: Meditating for the first time with Aaya
Schooling: Public Education
First Kiss: None
First Love: None
First Sex: None
Other Firsts:

General Info
Nicknames: X-24
Native Language: English
Character Flaw: Intermittent Explosive Disorder
Fears/Phobias: X-24, his IED personality, and what it would do to his life if it got out.
Hobbies: Comic collecting,tai chi, meditation
Personal Motto: "I don't get the luxury of having friends."
Things He Won't Do: Use his anger to augment his powers when not X-24
Most Admires: Aaya
Most Influenced By: Aaya, Nyx
Moral Compass: North
Most Important Person Before: Ben
Most Important Person Now: Aaya
Reacts to Crises:  Depends on personality. In his stable personality, he would do some deep breathing and try to think of a solution. X-24 would take it out on someone else, verbally and physically.
Faces Their Problems: Depends on personality. In his stable personality, he would analyze the situation to come up with a way out. X-24 would respond more physically without thinking.
Reacts to Change: Will spend hours on end meditating
Alignment: Camp Half Blood
Dream Job: Meditation instructor
Current Job: Doesn't have one
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"The greater one's anger, the greater the risk that someone is going to get hurt."
Traits
Vices: Lashing out (as X-24)
Bad Habits: Shutting people out
Sleeping Habits: Lightly and quietly
Quirks: Will pretend to be a superhero when training of in battle and narrate the fight; will sometimes reference X-24 in the third person
Attitude: Timid, quiet, passionate, antisocial
Special Talents: Meditation, Tai Chi, combat with Ancient Indian weapons
Social Skills: Antisocial and introverted, he spends half his time meditating and training and the other half reading comic books. It would be a feat just to get him just to talk to you, let alone have open up.
Other Info
Most at Ease When?: Meditating
Main Priorities: Keep X-24 stowed away behind the psychic barrier in the back of his conscience.
Past Failures: Not being able to contain X-24
Biggest Accomplishment: Meditating for six hours straight
Darkest Secret?: X-24 is let loose whenever Courtland is in a life or death situation.
Secret Known by Anyone?: Only by him, Aaya, and Nyx.
Personal Tragedy: Killing Ben
One Wish: To one day have the X-24 personality rid of completely so he can be a normal kid.
Relationship Info
Ever Cheated? No
Relates to Others? Alright
Perceived by Strangers: Timid
Perceived by Lover: N/A
Perceived by Friends: A HUGE Marvel fan
Perceived by Family: He has a good heart
First Impression: He is extremely antisocial and really like Marvel.
Family/Friends Like Most? His stable personality
Family/Friends Like Least? X-24
Relationships

Lyssa

Courtland understands why she can never see him, however this doesn't mean he wouldn't mind a visit. Just one. He doesn't really know what to think of his mother, having never met her, but he knows that it was Lyssa who got Nyx to help him with his IED, and would just like to be able to thank her in person.

Miles Summers Courtland has never met his dad, however Nyx has told him about his father's insanity. Courtland wants to visit his father one day at the mental institution he is at, however he has never been able to bring himself to do so. He sees Aaya as his "real" father, and Miles only as his biological father.

Nyx

Courtland has only met Nyx in dreams and would like to be able to thank Nyx for all she has done for him in person, when his mother wasn't able to. He feels ever indebted to her, and would die for his grandmother, as his life would be unimaginably horrific had she not intervened.

Aaya

Courtland loves Aaya as if they were father and son, and Aaya feels the same way about Courtland. Courtland is extremely grateful that Aaya agreed to take him in after what he did to Ben. Courtland admires Aaya more than anyone else in the world; Aaya taught him everything he knows about meditation and most of what he knows about combat and his powers. He also appreciates how much Aaya has helped him control X-24. They love each other like family.

Ben

Courtland misses him more than anything. Although he loved him as not only a friend but as a brother and still does, he mostly feels grief and guilt, even though he was unable to control X-24 and it was his other personality that killed Ben. Everything he does now is to honor his lost friend.

 
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