Pat3 Lux Youngblood Pat3
Owned by: Arteminx
Lux 3
Basic Info
Full Name: Lux Youngblood
Titles: Daughter of Hades
Born/Created On: August 31, 1998
Current Age: 17
Sexuality: Undecided
Relationship Status: Single
Current Location: Hades' Cabin
Affiliation(s): Camp
Current Status: Alive
Species: Demigod
Nationality: American
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Accent: American
OOC Plans & Info
Inspiration: Cordelia Chase
Love Interests: N/A
Active RP's: Page comments
Created Page On: November 29, 2015
Last Updated On: January 10, 2016
Plans: Cause some drama
Model: [1]
Gender: Female
Eye Colour: Green
Hair Colour: Blonde
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 121 lbs.
Blood Type: A+
Voice: Soprano
Distinguishing Marks: None
Body Style: Thin
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Family & Childhood Info
Mother: Portia
Father: Hades
Creator: None
Half-Siblings: her half-siblings, her mom's new kids
Full-Siblings: None
Other Relatives: None
Home: Manhattan, New York
Schooling: High School
First Kiss: None
First Sex: None
First Love: None
General Info
Nicknames: L
Native Language: English
Language(s) Spoken: English
Character Flaw: Anxious
Fears/Phobias: Loneliness
Hobbies: Singing
Moral Compass: West
Most Important Person Before: Herself
Most Important Person Now: Herself
Alignment: True Neutral
Dream Job: Lawyer
Current Job: Unemplyed

Lux is bitter and cynical. Being ignored by her parents pent up rage inside of her, and made her anxious and depressed. Although she puts off a good front, she hardly ever had any real friends or anyone that understands who she was. All of these emotions cause her to be unstable and fickle when in social situations. She doesn’t know what it feels like to be loved or cared for, so she’s cautious of anyone who wishes to enter her life with some kind of goal. She’s broken and the manipulation from Tristan damaged her mental state badly.

Lux hardly trusts anyone. She lives at camp with the guilt of a traitor. She was born thinking that camp was what the Broken Covenant was. Lux can hardly look a satyr in the eye and sometimes feels like she would be better off dead.

The Light shines in the Darkness, and the Darkness has not overcome it.

The raging against the dying of the light is a soul-taxing act, so she's been flickering on and off, too dim to shine and too broken to be fixed.

Portia Youngblood lived the Manhattan fast life of riding the waves that pushed and pulled her from personal life to business life. She had come from a small town in Connecticut to work as a broadcaster at the CNN. The fleeting moments of actual human affection came to her in the form of a face on the streets or star-studded, billboard models. Hades came to her and slowed her whole world down, teaching her to live (and die) in the process.

He appeared as a mortal supervisor sent to observe and critique Portia’s performance, however he hardly kept up with his “Job” and began getting far too personal with Portia. Their relationship quickly vaulted the professional world of properness and quickly became something far too touchy. Hades hardly spared her any humility and was quick to show interest in being with Portia romantically. He brought her flowers, gave her longing stares, and dropped the occasional innuendo here-and-there to make sure she got the hint.

It took some time to take Portia’s mind off work, but he eventually annoyed her to the point of realization. Hades took on a stunningly gorgeous mortal form, and she would not mind getting with him. Nevertheless, he was her superior and to begin a romantic relationship with him could risk her job.

That didn’t stop her from booking a hotel room for her and Hades to spend the night.

She wasn’t surprised at all when she woke up to see an empty place next to her. If she had woken up before him, she would’ve done the same. Portia got up and dressed for work. When she arrived Hades greeted her again. He told her who she was and what their child would become, which prompted a stringent reaction from Portia. She slapped him across the face when the word “child” danced around her ears and into her mind. In a rage of fury, Hades growled and hissed, visions of bone armour glimmered through the mist and into Portia’s vision. She knew how badly she messed up.

Portia continued working, and stopped when she could begin her maternity leave. The stress of knowing that monsters could be coming for child gave her night terrors, so she resorted to trying to contact any other demigod who could assist her with her children. Eventually, she came into contact with a member of the Broken Covenant, a son of Ares.

Tired, broken, and terrified, Portia willingly let the son of Ares, named Tristan Blackwell, into her life. He told her of the gods’ evilness and how it would be better for her daughter to go to the Broken Covenant. Tristan offered to stay with Portia until her child was of age. Her vulnerable state prompted her to say yes. However, Tristan became more than a household protector. All the time he spent with the confused and petrified woman brought them closer, and eventually they got together.

Lux was born, and a few years later Portia was married to Tristan. Portia got pregnant again, and while Lux was cast off to live in the shadow of her mother’s newfound love, she learned to get along with herself.

Tristan began training Lux and brainwashing her to think the gods were evil. She grew up with the ideology of a member, and eventually became proficient in the use of a bow. Tristan fought off monster attacks for her until she was able to do it herself.

In high school, Lux was popular and loved. Everything she wasn’t at home. She had fake friends that listened to her, but they were better than parents that barely acknowledged her. They had 2 other kids now, and Lux was hardly the light in their lives, but she had the luxury of the having all eyes on her... For at least eight hours of the day anyway. The troubling divide between her life at home and at school led her to a low degree of an identity crisis. If she was nothing and everything, who was she? Was she nothing? Did it matter if people liked her if the people who mattered the most couldn't care less?

Being ignored for most of her adolescent life instilled a depression that ran deep into Lux’s bones. She never harmed herself, but contemplated suicide frequently and feigned attempts of the forsaken act. All the friends and attention she got at school helped her brush it off, but she was still as lonely as ever. No one knew about the girl who could barely get her mother to look at her.

Lucky enough to be a child of the big three, she released her rage and distraught emotions whenever monsters attacked. Tristan’s brainwashing made her believe that satyrs were malicious too. One that wanted to send her to camp approached her after she finished slaying a hellhound; she shot an arrow through his heart. Tristan convinced her they were insidious beings that only wished to take her to the gods so she could be their slave.

When she turned seventeen and woke up to an empty house and a letter saying her family went on vacation without her, she was done. As a form of self-harm, she was going to take herself to Camp so that she could be tortured and actualize the agony she felt intrinsically.

Her surprise when she got to Camp hit her hard, and when she realized that Tristan manipulated her, she did not want to return back home.


  1. Children of Hades can create and launch long shards of obsidian from their palms.
  2. Children of Hades can create small fissures in the ground which spew plumes of hellfire for a few moments before closing. The hellfire is more powerful than normal fire, but can also harm the user, so this power must be used carefully.


  1. Children of Hades have the ability to create a dome of hardened earth and gemstones, roughly two or three times the size of the user, which can be used to block attacks for a short time.
  2. Children of Hades can conjure a set of very durable bone armor around themselves which grants enhanced protection against physical attacks. After a time, the armor grows brittle and falls off the user’s body.


  1. Children of Hades are able to communicate with and command the dead, and are able to sense spirits or other undead beings.
  2. Children of Hades are able to communicate with and command hellhounds they encounter.
  3. Children of Hades can sense when a mortal, half-blood, nymph/spirit that they know has died through a "buzzing" in their ears.
  4. Children of Hades are able to instantly destroy undead in a single attack.


  1. Children of Hades have the ability to Shadow Travel, to teleport from shadow to shadow; the further the distance, the more energy drained.
  2. Children of Hades have a heightened control over undead and can usurp dominance from others who control undead who aren’t also children of Hades.
  3. Children of Hades can telekinetically shape and control dead matter. The more matter moved, the more the user is drained.
  4. Children of Hades can perform rites to summon a specific ghost from the underworld for a time, using offerings of their choice. The more offerings given and the more specific they are to the intended ghost, the more likely they are to appear. Ghosts that have been granted reincarnation, or are trapped Tartarus or the Fields of Punishment, cannot be summoned.
  5. Children of Hades can bend shadows around them, concealing them for a short time.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Hades are able to summon skeletal/zombie humanoids/animals to do their bidding. The more animals summoned and the bigger they are, the more energy is drained. Any armor/weaponry the undead possess increases the strain of the summoning. The undead can then be commanded telepathically their summoner. The longer they are summoned, the more the summoner is drained of their energy.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Hades are to project their consciousness into any undead minion they command, taking direct control of their senses, movements and actions. However, their own body is left vulnerable for the duration.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Hades are capable of entering into a contract with a willing soul, either prior to their death or after meeting them as a ghost. Once a contract is made, the user gains the ability to summon the spirit into an undead recreation of its former body, formed from the earth, to fight alongside them for a time. The undead would retain all of the skills and physical abilities they had in life, including weaker versions of any special powers. When the summoning ends, or the spirit's summoned body is destroyed, the user is left heavily drained and could possibly faint. Only one contract can be held at a time.


  1. Children of Hades have innate knowledge of the Underworld, able to guide themselves and allies to how to enter,explore and escape the Underworld. (as long as they aren’t already dead)
  2. Children of Hades tend to have dark attitudes and appreciate shadowy places.
  3. Children of Hades typically have an appreciation for the earth, feeling more comfortable on the ground rather than being in the sky or the sea.
  4. Children of Hades often grow up to make great morticians.

Name Relation Feelings
Tristan & Portia Parents Not sure how much I could care for them.. Their kids are whatever
Hades Father I wish I knew him
Persephone "Step Mother" I kind of get her

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