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Personality

Quiet; Calculating; Introvert; Loyal; Brave; Shrewd; Blunt

History

The son of Lassandra Vicentti, a wealthy businesswoman from Italy who moved to the United States, Lykos grew up in a mansion surrounded by butlers and maids, but never his own mother, who was always away on business trips. This later made Lykos severely reclusive to the point even when his mother was around he wouldn't speak to her. Lykos spent his days playing survival horror games, and training with a Boxer Trainer his mother hired for him as a 9th birthday present. On his 13th birthday, Lykos received a box labeled "From Dad" which contained the Wolf Cestus and Shield, however his mother took it away from him, which made Lykos enraged. He also questioned the gift, and asked his mother who was his real father. However, Lassandra refused to tell him, making Lykos distrust her even more.

Then at the age of 16 while traveling back home from a family vacation, they were attacked by a pack of four Hellhounds. Lassandra flipped open a secret compartment under the seat of the car, and handed the Wolf Cestus and Shield to Lykos, who began to attack the Hellhounds. Despite the power of his new weapon, Lykos was still overpowered and left at the mercy of the Hellhounds. Moments before they could inflict the final blow, Lassandra transformed into a lycan and attacked the Hellhounds and was able to defeat two of them and scaring off the rest before receiving a fatal blow.

As Lykos held the body of his dying mother, he asked her why all of this was happening, and how she was able to transform into a werewolf. Lassandra revealed that they were descended from a line of lycans under the servitude of King Lycaon himself, and that Lykos's father was Kratos, the Greek God of Strength. Lykos  asked her why she couldn't have told him before, but his mother thought that the news of being a demigod, as well as being descended from monsters, was too much to bear. Lykos, confused and bewildered, tries to get his mother to tell him more, but she had already died in his arms. Lykos was later found at the scene by locals talking to his mother and telling her he should've been a better son. The locals called an ambulance and 2 months later he had a quiet funeral for his mom, hoping his father would show up to comfort him, but he didn't. Several weeks later he eventually ran away from them mansion home in Virginia.

Lykos then spent the next two years wandering the States and wondering about his father, until he eventually began hating him. He was attacked many times during his wanderings, where but his natural strength for being a son of Kratos and his newfound weapons helped him defeat them. One day after a fight with a harpie at the age of 17, a satyr who witnessed it told him about Camp Half-Blood and took him there. After arriving at the Camp his distaste grew as he learned what demigods were 'supposed' to do, aka fight monsters, train to fight monsters, and die fighting monsters. When he revealed to the camp that his father was Kratos, the God of Strength, he was placed in the Undetermined Cabin, where his distaste grew grew into absolute hate for the immortals. Lykos escaped the camp and fled in to the Deep Forest where he stayed for over two months fending for himself, even though he did receive large cuts and bruises to the forearm and abodmen from monster fights. While walking around the forest one night, he ran into two members of the Broken Covenant, who almost killed him there if he hadn't told them he sympathized with their cause (he had heard of the Broken Covenant Sanctuary from other campers during his time at Camp Half-Blood) and they took him back to the Sanctuary, where he was eventually accepted.

Lýkos Vicentti2 Wolf Cestus Wolf Shield

Powers

Offensive

  1. Children of Kratos are stronger in times of battle
  2. Children of Kratos are able to make an opponent weaker and less powerful for a short time, leaving them vulnerable to attack

Defensive

  1. Children of Kratos are able to clap their hands so hard and fast that it sends a shock-wave out. Stunning a target for a short time
  2. Children of Kratos can become highly resistant to physical attacks for a short time.

Passive

  1. Children of Kratos have enhanced stamina.
  2. Children of Kratos usually have enhanced strength
  3. Children of Kratos are able to instantly know the strength of their opponent's power and are also able to detect any weaknesses.

Supplementary

  1. Children of Kratos are able to increase the strength of their allies for a short period of time.
  2. Children of Kratos are able to transfer all their strength to their legs for a short time, enabling them to jump 2 to 3 times the normal distance of a person their size

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. As one of the winged bearers of Zeus, children of Kratos can sprout wings for a short time. This enables them to fly, the longer they maintain this state the more energy it drains and they must rest between flights. The wings can be customized to look however the child desires.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Kratos can make an opponent feel incredibly weak and defenseless compared to them. Bending the opponent to the child’s will for a short time. they gain temporarily control over their body and can cause them to attack others nearby, however, the person being controlled has the ability to resist if they are forced to attack themselves, for a very short time; the child of Kratos is then extremely drained of energy and will not be able to fight or even move for a moderate time.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Kratos can create a field around them, and anyone within that field has their demigod powers shut down for a short time, anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes, this puts anyone fighting around the child of Kratos on even turf as they all can only use their melee/hand to hand combat skills to fight with. While the child is perpetuating this field, they are not able to attack themselves and are vulnerable.


Theme Song

"Afterlife" by Avenged Sevenfold

Relationships

None so far.

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