LSTheme.png Leo Shimizu LSTheme.png
Owned by TheRebelOfSlytherin

Possibly Sociopathic Sarcastic Jerk

Most Likely to Become a Player


Full Name Leo Kiyoshi Shimizu
Nickname Lee, Leo, Kiyo
Birthday June 3rd
Age 19
Nationality American
Ethnicity Caucasian/Japanese
Home Miami, Florida
Status Single (or is he)
Sexuality Heterosexual
Location Camp Half-Blood
Gender Male
Titles Possibly Sociopathic Sarcastic Jerk, Most Likely to Become a Player, Son of Poseidon
OOC Plans He is totally going to date Cynthia Valentina, but he's going to do it by annoying the heck out of her :)
"Everything I like is usually expensive, illegal, or won't text me back."

Looking Into My Life



Leo is to put it short, a very honest person. In fact, he's so honest, it's brutal. Despite his usual sarcastic tone, most of the things he says, he means even if it might seem like a joke to others. His tone when talking to other is usually flat or sarcastic unless he has a reason to act otherwise. Although he has a deep desire to talk to others and make friends, he tends to isolate himself due to his social anxiety, OCD tendencies, Autism, and Narcolepsy. Throughout his childhood, he was often teased because of his different colored eyes, so if he sees anyone with a physical disorder, he will try to defend them if they face bullying.

Leo lacks the ability to see things in multiple views, and as a result, usually cannot conceive sympathy. His facial expressions range from blank to bored to "are you kidding me" and other sarcastic or hard to determine expressions. Whenever he's happy, he does not make a physical attempt or effort to actually show it. It's almost impossible to tell if he's feeling anything other than complete boredom, annoyance, or anger because of how deadpan and blatant he is. When he is happy, he tends to be more talkative and not as pessimistic when he talks.

Leo is actually quite intelligent, despite his disinterest in school and his struggle to keep his attention on one thing for a long period of time. However, because of his vast memory and quick learning, he has skipped several grades in the result. Subtract his harsh tone, and stone cold words, he is great at giving advice and is willing to help anyone in need. As of now, he is currently working on his expressiveness and is trying harder to make his emotions evident.


Ruby Casisa loves the feeling of being numb and brain-dead to the world, in other words, she loves alcohol. As a college graduate working at a restaurant and struggling to pay her rent, it would make the most sense to go out and let loose rather than to stay at home and get your priorities straight. At least, that’s how it worked in her mind. So on one golden night, she went out to a popular club in Miami, got drunk, and got down on the dance floor. Who knew that Poseidon would be there too?

Poseidon that night was disguised as a handsome Japanese man named Kiyoshi Sena, his intention to have some fun that night. Of course, he got drunk and messed with a few people, but Ruby quickly caught his eye, and in his drunk mindstate, he decided to hit on the beautiful caucasian woman. Throughout the night he continues to attempt to persuade Ruby into following him home for the night, and finally, around 4 am when the club begins to drain of people, she agrees.

The next morning, Ruby awakens in her own apartment, although she was sure she had never came back to her apartment after leaving the club. She decided to brush it off and take care of the painful hangover when she discovered she was out of Advil. In response, she went out to a nearby convenience store where she met Leo, who moved to America when he was 16. The two talked for a bit longer than they intended to and ended up going to a cafe down the road to continue their long conversation.

The two continue to meet for a month until they finally begin dating. Around this time, Ruby discovered she was pregnant. She explained this to Leo, who was more understanding than she thought he would be, and wouldn’t dump her for this. Several months later, weeks before she gives birth, Leo proposes to her to which she accepts. On June 3rd, Ruby gives birth to Leo Kiyoshi Casisa who will later be Leo Kiyoshi Shimizu once Ruby and her fiance marry.

Unfortunately for Leo, he was born with many mental disorders such as Social Anxiety Disorder, OCD, Autism, Narcolepsy, and Dyslexia. He was also born with Heterochromia Iridum, which made one eye a darkish bright shade of brown that appeared as red to most, and an almost golden hazelish color in his other eye. As a result of this, he was often bullied in elementary school for his weird eyes, particular pickiness about things, tendency to randomly fall asleep, and struggle to read.

On top of his Social Anxiety, going to school became an incredibly horrifying experience for him. Isolated and with no friends, he begins walking home by himself to avoid running into his classmates.

One day, the seven year old's demigod scent had finally become strong enough to attract a monster. Leo had no idea the fire breathing horse was upon him until he reached the street his house was located on. As soon as he caught a wisp of the smell of smoke, he screamed and barreled the rest of the way home.

Once he was in his front yard, his parents immediately slammed the front door open to confront the sound when they spotted the large fiery horse on the driveway. Ruby screamed and called for her son to get inside while her husband unclipped his pendant from his neck and tossed it into the air. The pendant fell to the earth as a katana sword that Leo (the adult one) caught. While Leo’s stepfather dueled with the monster, Ruby ushered her son inside and had him hide in the closet. Then she rushed to go aid her husband in any way she could. In fear, Leo huddled himself into a ball and cried as he did. It was about five minutes later when he began to smell smoke and hear the crackling of burning floorboards. Unable to convince himself to get out of the closet, he waited for his mother—who was covering her mouth with her soot covered arm—to usher him out of the closet, give him a small suitcase and tell him to go downstairs as fast as he could.

Through the smoke and flames, Leo made it downstairs safely with his suitcase and out to the lawn. The fire-breathing horse was gone, but so was his father and mother who he concluded were still in the house. He desperately wanted to go back there and look for them, but his conscience kicked in and told him to go find a place to call for help. Before he left, he picked up his father’s pendant and then dashed down the street as tears streaked his face. By the time he had gotten to the fire department (which was luckily nearby), his house had burned down with his parents still in it. When the firefighters got to the house, it had already been destroyed which set Leo off in more tears. He is later taken to a shelter where he tells the Social Services in his area his house somehow caught on fire and killed his parents while he managed to get away safely.

The Social Services contact his stepfather’s brother, Ryota, who caves in after hearing about his brother’s death and accepts Leo. When Leo arrives at Ryota’s apartment, he is surprised to find almost everything packed up. He questions his uncle who tells him he’s moving back to Japan for a few years and Leo had to come with him, making this his last month in America. Leo spends the majority of his month at Ryota’s apartment save for some shopping trips and long hours at the post office or other buildings Leo didn’t know really anything about, to negotiate a transfer, or at least that’s what Leo thought they said.

The actual flight to Japan wasn’t that interesting, but the seven year old found much excitement over traveling to the other side of the world. But he also had this strange feeling in the pit of his stomach that kept him wary and scared. He kept asking his uncle questions, who usually answered because he didn’t have much else to do but type on his laptop, watch movies, or sleep. To Ryota’s surprise, it was strangely entertaining to conversate with the little boy who asked stupid but hilarious questions. For example, one ridiculous question he asked was, “Will I meet ninjas in Japan?”; Ryota cracked up, unable to contain himself.

Living in Japan was a huge change for Leo. He easily adapted to the Japanese school life and found no discomfort whatsoever. His new classmates were much nicer than his American ones and were very welcoming. He ended up having a small circle of friends he hung out with most of the time. The first seven months Leo lived in Japan contained no monster attacks, but this lucky streak ended when Leo hit eight. The day after his birthday, a hellhound chased him several blocks down until the hellhound suddenly turned around and headed a different way once it caught a whiff of a slightly stronger scent. Despite his narrow escape, Leo still received a few cuts and scrapes from the hellhound’s claws.

The rest of the walk home was filled with tension as Leo glanced over his shoulder every once and awhile. When he reached his uncle’s apartment, Ryota immediately questioned his rugged appearance. Leo lied and told his uncle that he’d been beaten up by a few older kids and that he was used to it from America because he believed his uncle would not believe his hellhound story.

Every time Leo ran into a monster and came out barely alive but with injuries, he’d make a story similar to it, but Ryota had grown too suspicious.

When Leo was ten, he was attacked by a group of harpies not even a block away from the apartment. Unfortunately for those harpies, Ryota was right around the corner and instantly came to Leo’s aid once he saw the predicament. When the whole situation was over, he ushered the young boy inside and sat him down at the dinner table to have a word with him.

Ryota explains the term “demigod” and some Greek Mythology to him before giving him a celestial bronze dagger his brother used to own. He also tells him he is a demigod too—a son of Boreas—and so was Leo’s stepfather. He instructed Leo to keep this with him no matter what, and he shouldn’t worry about trying to hide it. The weapon was charmed by a child of Hecate (that Ryota happened to be fond of) so that when time came necessary, it would find a way to hide itself from others, whether using the mist or appearing as an everyday object.

Leo thanks his uncle and takes the dagger into his room to admire it. Then he gets up and searches through the drawers of his dresser to find the pendant he’d once witnessed his stepfather turn into a sword. He assumed the pendant was charmed too in some way, so he played around with it until he got what he wanted. After flipping the coin a few times, it finally transformed into a long Celestial Bronze Katana with Japanese Kanji Characters engraved in the handle. He studied in awe and then realized he needed to figure out a way to turn it back into a pendant.

He frowned and studied the sword before his eyes wandered down to the Kanji Characters on the handle. Since he couldn’t decipher most of the strokes, he decided to write it down and ask his uncle for his input. Once he had, he left the katana in his room and scrounged the apartment until he found Ryota in his study. Ryota easily translated it and asked him why exactly Leo needed it, but the ten year old gave no straightforward answer and Ryota eventually gave up. When he returned to his room, he read the Kanji aloud, which translates to, “Hide mighty sword, your time is finished.” The katana bent in his hands until it was a large circle, and then melted in the pendant he once held half an hour ago. In delight, he looped the pendant around his neck with a leather cord so that he’d not only always have the memory of his stepfather with him, but also the memory of how this pendant protected him in times of need.

Over the next five years, Leo excels in school, and despite his many setbacks he rose above the average and became the top of his year. Along with his studies, Ryota begins to take him up on training to defend himself against monsters which begin to throw themselves at him almost every day. One night, Leo sits his uncle down and tries to convince him to take him back to America. After some arguing, Ryota finally agrees and started arranging for the move.

When Leo arrives in America and is registered for his new school which happens to be a private school, he is given a test because he quickly shows excelling grades in the first few weeks of his attendance. The staff is shocked to find his IQ way above the average at 148. After a long six hour conference with both Leo and his uncle, Leo is accelerated to twelfth grade and graduates at age 16. Throughout the only semester he goes to at his school, he is admired and adored for his intelligence, his looks, and most of all his unique eyes, opposed to what he faced in elementary.

After graduating, turning 16, and applying to a college which he was accepted in, he kicks back to celebrate with his friends at a pizza place. While at the pizza place, he is attacked by a giant scorpion. With the help of his uncle, he easily kills the monster but declares “the party’s over” to keep his friends safe. At home, Ryota suggests taking Leo to Camp Half-Blood but he refuses saying he wants to continue school.

Two years later, it’s almost Leo’s birthday and at the same time, he is on the brink of graduating college because of the three extra classes he took along with his main courses which would train him to become a marine biologist. At this time his uncle is finally getting married, so Leo clears a day for the wedding to which he attends as Ryota’s best man. Just as Ryota and his bride lean into a kiss, three fire-breathing horses burst into the chapel. Ryota yells for all the guests to evacuate and gets his wife outside and into the limo before going back to help his nephew kill the monsters. After a grueling battle, the two leave the burning battleground with singed suits and many cuts.

Eventually, after Leo graduated college at age 19, he and Ryota fight over whether to send him to Camp. Leo argues he’d rather get a job and continue his studying as a marine biologist, but in the end, Ryota wins and drives him up to New York and to the Camp borders. Leo is immediately claimed as a son of Poseidon after stepping across the borders. It's been a day now since he arrived.

"I know I'm an ass, but at least I'm not a dumbass."

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Strengths, Weaknesses, Likes & Dislikes

Main Strengths

Leo is usually very alert and aware because of his Narcolepsy. He has also trained himself to become a light sleeper so it would be harder for monsters to sneak up on him. He is fairly agile, and when in the presence of water he is usually very calm and focused.

Main Weaknesses

Leo is naturally very tense and the smallest things may bother him because of his OCD. He hates extremely warm temperatures and deserts is a no. Without enough sleep, Leo becomes extremely dis-coordinated and cannot focus properly. He is prone to fainting and speaking random gibberish.


Leo never grew up liking many things because of the constant rush of the demigod life. If he really had to choose favorites, he'd say gold is his favorite color, he likes Alto-Rock music (Twenty One Pilots all the way), his favorite movie is Mission Impossible, his favorite book is "The Rose Society" by Marie Lu, and he loves ice cream. Also sleep, sleep is great.


Leo's list of dislikes goes on for miles, but in a brief summary, he hates monsters, death, heights, Zeus (for some odd reason), no sleep, no food, and silence. Silence is the worst.

Model Seijuro Akashi from Kuroko no Basuke
Gender Male
Eye Color Red and Gold
Hair Color Red
Height 6'1
Weight 145 Ibs
Voice Low; Confident
Body Style Tall; Good Build; Lean
Mental/Emotional State Stable
Mental/Emotional Disorders Dyslexia, OCD, Social Anxiety, Autism
Physical Disorders Narcolepsy, Heterochromia Iridium
Ethnicity Caucasian/Japanese

Family & General
God Parent Poseidon
Mortal Parent Ruby Casisa, stepfather: Leo Shimizu
Half-Sibling(s) Poseidon's Cabin
Full Sibing(s) None
Cousin(s) None
Aunt(s) None
Uncle(s) Ryota Shimizu

Character Flaw Inability to "put himself in other's shoes"
Fear/Phobias Death, Monsters, No sleep, Nightmares, etc.
Personal Motto "Face your problems, don't facebook them."
First Reaction to Crisis He'll be grumpy, calm, or panicked depending on the situation
Faces Their Problems Most likely calmly
React to Change Neutral, but leans more towards bad
Native Language English; Fluently speaks Japanese
Hobbies Sleeping, Reading

Family Relationships

Mother: He loved her very much, especially how accepting she was of him with his many disorders.

Stepfather: He loves his stepfather as much as he does his mother. He thanks him all the time (although he's dead) for saving him and giving him his katana.

Poseidon: He's never met Poseidon and doesn't want to. He doesn't hold spite for his biological father but would rather not think about him.

Uncle Ryota: He thanks him for everything he's ever done for Leo.

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  1. Children of Poseidon can fire a powerful blast of water from their hands, equivalent to that of a fire hose, which evaporates after a short time.
  2. Children of Poseidon have the ability to conjure and freeze small amounts of water into durable ice weapons, which can be used for combat; however, only one weapon can be conjured at a time and it cannot be bigger than the one who conjured it. They can also make small non-combative objects out of ice.


  1. Children of Poseidon can create an area around themselves that inflicts others with intense seasickness, making them dizzy and nauseous for as long as they remain inside. The user must keep their focus on maintaining the effect for the duration.
  2. Children of Poseidon can turn their body to water for a very short time, letting an attack pass harmlessly through them. This can cause extreme dehydration with repeated use.


  1. Children of Poseidon can breathe, are swifter and more powerful, and can heal slightly faster while underwater.
  2. Children of Poseidon can keep themselves and everything they touch dry in the water, unless they choose to become wet.
  3. Children of Poseidon can survive falling from any altitude as long as they land in water, and can go as deep into the ocean as they desire without any effects from the cold or water pressure.
  4. Children of Poseidon can communicate with and command equestrian animals, as well as all creatures that dwell in the sea.
  5. Children of Poseidon are innately less inhibited by severe wind and precipitation.


  1. Children of Poseidon have the ability to create minor earthquakes, large enough to knock anyone nearby off their feet, for a few seconds.
  2. Children of Poseidon are able to telekinetically move water at a high rate. The larger amount of water used, the more energy it drains. This can be used on ice, but is much more difficult and draining.
  3. Children of Poseidon are are able summon a specific horse, pegasus, or sea creature directly to their position, regardless of distance. This only works on creatures that they have a strong personal bond with.
  4. Children of Poseidon can calm, strengthen or influence the direction of the winds, though to a much lesser extent than children of Zeus or the anemoi.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Poseidon have the ability to create a torrential rainstorm overhead, which will downpour and cause high winds over a large area. The storm will gradually clear over time, and afterward the user would be substantially drained.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Poseidon are able to shape a semi-living construct out of water, no larger than 3 to 4 times the size of the user, that fights for them for a short time. The user is weakened while the construct is active, and the longer they maintain the it, the more energy it drains.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Poseidon are able to transform their bodies into a state of pure water for a short time, becoming immune to most attacks. The hydrokinetic abilities they already possess are enhanced by this state, and they are capable of covering great distances in an instant while underwater. The user will be extremely drained once the transformation ends, and could possibly faint.


  1. Children of Poseidon always know their exact coordinates when in water and are able to innately feel the difference between freshwater and saltwater.
  2. Children of Poseidon normally have a love for water, and generally excel at water sports.
  3. Children of Poseidon tend to be favored by animals of the sea.
  4. Children of Poseidon often have a natural affinity for horses and many grow up to become equestrians.
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