Cold and cruel, but deep down she’s a scared little girl who just wants someone to love and care for her.


William Taylor was a criminal. He had robbed, beaten and even killed people in the past and as a result he was on the run from the police. It wasn’t long until they cornered him and his journey to jail was inevitable, but just as the cops were going into arrest him a slim figure burst out of the shadows and within a few seconds the cops were down and a woman was leading William through the streets away from the men who she had just beaten. They finally stopped when they reached an abandoned building. They went in and spent the night together in love. When the night was over the woman was gone and a few weeks later William was arrested and sent to jail…for life.

After some time had passed a man came and told William that his child was there. He brought a baby girl in a basket and William didn’t need anyone to tell him that the child was from that mysterious woman that had saved him from the police…because the baby looked exactly like her. William named her Teresa. He softened at the thought of the woman and wanted to keep the baby for himself, but he was in jail and had no family that he could give her to. So with no other choice he sent her to an orphanage. The orphanage was cruel and didn’t treat her as good as the other children because she was a criminal’s daughter. As a result she became quiet and distant and the only time she would smile was the time she had visiting her father.

Years passed and Teresa became a young woman (14), but never felt part of the world she lived in. She even started hating her father. “How could he do this to me?” she would ask herself…deep down she knew her father loved her to pieces, but it wasn’t enough for her to just know, she needed to feel it…to see it in his eyes or sense it in his touch and there was always a window of glass between them to stop it.  Then it happened, during one of her crying sessions one of the staff at the orphanage came in and abused her. That was the last straw; she cut herself completely from the world and became cold and cruel. After the horrible experience was over she ran from the orphanage as rivers of tears fiercely ran down her face. She finally stopped running and sat in a dark alley…still crying. That’s when she heard it…a sound like a bird moving its wing. She looked up to see a creature she had never seen before in her life, a harpy! It suddenly swooped down toward her, but out of the corner of her eye she saw a boy about her age throw something toward her. She caught it and she saw it was a small, bronze knife. Her rage swelled in her body and looked up toward the creature flying toward her. Time slowed and she saw the teachers who had treated her like the scum, the children who had bullied her and finally the man who had just abused her. So with a cry of absolute fury she thrust the knife right through the harpy’s chest! It disappeared in a shower of golden dust. The boy who had thrown her the knife came up and said that they had to leave immediately. Teresa didn’t trust him at first, but the look in his eyes sent her a message that this was true so she finally allowed him to lead her. On the way he told her that all the Greek myths were real, that he was a satyr and strangely she straight away believed him…now she finally had someone to blame for her life. They finally reached the place he called Camp Half Blood and she was instantly claimed. “So you finally show up, Mom?” she said to herself as she walked down the hill to her new home.



  1. Children of Lyssa have the ability to make themselves temporarily rabid, making their attacks more powerful and unpredictable, but they nearly lose their strategic ability.
  2. Children of Lyssa can cause nearby animals to become rabid and, once in this state, can command them to attack an enemy. This ability can only be used on up to 3 animals at one time. The larger the animal, the more energy it drains.


  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.


  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 channel their rage to supplement their strength and speed for a short time. The longer this is sustained, the more energy the child of Lyssa is drained.
  3. Children of Lyssa can cause people near them become enraged and frenzied, reducing their competency and effectiveness in battle.
  4. Children of Lyssa can cure rabies in both humans and animals at will.
  5. Children of Lyssa are stronger when those around them are angry

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Lyssa can enter into a completely frenzied and enraged state in which their strength and combat prowess is doubled and they're resistant to all forms of damage temporarily. While in a frenzy, the child of Lyssa experiences difficulty in telling friend from foe.

6 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

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Lyssa are able to transform into a dog, the longer they maintain this form the more energy it drains and the more time they need between transformations

Made: 8 February 2013


  1. Children of Lyssa are often irritable and easily angered.
  2. Children of Lyssa are often fond of dogs, and can more effectively control them when rabid.
  3. When in a calm state, children of Lyssa are often lethargic and apathetic, showing more emotion when angered


Name Relation Feelings
Lyssa Mother Never met her
William Taylor Father Hate I love him. It's just so confusing!
Jackson Grant Boyfriend I know I used to hate him, but hey things change.
Erlina Friend She's my 'adopted' little sister.
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