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Minka Kinsey "Maize" Collias
Gaze of the Ashen Moon ~ Daughter of Hades
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  "Sometimes it is the darkness, not the light, that brings us life."

Character's Powers

 3/6/9 month powers unlocked.

Offensive

  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.

Defensive

  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.

Passive

  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.

Supplementary

  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.


Traits

  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.


Owned by: Omni
Posted on: 01:25, February 4, 2016 (UTC)


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Roleplay

Minka: Irritation extruded a less than pleasant expression from the daughter of Hades. "A**hole Apollo kids... think they can do sh!t like that and get away with it..." Her glaucous eyes radiated a thin layer of necro-energy that suggested that she might drag someone into the Underworld and leave them there. She stalked past the cabins and headed for the border that outlined the in-between of the forest and camp. It was no use staying around people when she was beyond angry - somebody would just get hurt, and it wouldn't be her.

Ryland: The priest was already quite annoyed with the going ons at this camp. He was a f*cking mortal among half gods and immortals, and not to mention he was also on crutches due to him falling out of a tree the previous week. That brought his thoughts back to the boy Min'gy. "Who the f*ck is he?" He grumbled as the thought pissed him off even more. His thoughts went back to that damned nymph who'd caused another issue to arise. He'd almost been kicked out of camp because of her, and not to mention his priesthood had also been put in jeopardy. "Stupid people" The words left his mouth as he slipped on the thin layer of ice that seemed to cover the white power underneath the glass like layer. He fell on his butt with a soft thud, that sent pain to his ankle causing him to, yet again, curse under his breathe. He sat there for a few moments before finally trying to stand up, which didn't really work considering he was near the border that was in-between camp and the forest, so nothing to lean against as he stood up.

Minka: "Stupid people" drew Minka out of her own mental ranting. One of the minimal advantages of being blind meant that her hearing was significantly better than most demigods, perhaps even rivaling those with the innate abilities. By pure sound alone, she could pick out the astonishingly accurate source of it, get a rough estimate of how large and dense it was (a little more trickier with intangible beings), and gauge the distance between them (occasionally, any obstacles as well). Her head snapped towards the sound of a thud as her hand flew to her bow and arrows, or at least the mistform compact version. Since the X-24 incident, she'd taken to carrying the damn thing on her at all times. It was awfully easy to carry an extra shirt button sewed on the sleeve of her shirt, hidden by her long blonde locks or the natural overlooking instinct of every breathing being or weird fashion sense. "Who's there?" She called out warily, eyes darting towards a point just above Ryland's head. "If it's those damn Apollo kids again, I will cut someone..."

Ryland: The priest hadn't known someone was near him, or he might of watched what he said. He turned his head slightly, as his eyes fell on a girl with golden locks. 'Goldilocks' was the first thing that came to mind as it made him smirk. He stared at her for a moment, and since the boy wasn't close enough there was no way for him to know that the young woman was blind. He cleared his throat before speaking. "Well if you look at ground you see." He looked at her scrunching his nose. "You also see need help" He spoke the words with a sort of rude tone, but he hadn't meant to sound that way, but rather say that he needed help in a polite manner. Ryland wasn't great at placing and hiding his emotions so people generally knew when the priest was in a good mood or not.

Minka: Would it be surprising to say the ex-Hunter was very used to these situations? Minka let her arm fall back to her side and summoned her quotidian neutral expression. "You're new to camp, aren't you?" Broken Covenant members weren't this straightforward. She rolled her sightless eyes up to the heavens to glare. "I'm blind," She stated in a flat, unconcerned manner, "and you slipped on the ice." Letting whoever this male was wonder how she knew, the daughter of Hades plowed towards the utmost edge of the layer of ice, eyes fixated on the horizon, and held out a hand for him to grab. Those hidden ice layers were always a pain in the arse, though by this point she had gotten frankly used to avoiding nature's traps.

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