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Liliosa Parra ~ The colourful daughter of Thanatos
Character's Bio

 Age: 16  
 Sexuality: Unknown  Relationship Status: Single
 Birth Place: Santiago, Chile  Main Weapon: Necklace that turns into bow, snowboard that turns into twin Backswords
 Accent: Chilean

Character's Powers

 3/6/9 Month Powers Locked


  1. Children of Thanatos can use astral energies to make weapons for a short period of time, the larger the weapon, the more energy consumed. Only 1 weapon may be created at a time and it cannot be bigger than 2 or 3 times the size of the user.
  2. Children of Thanatos have the ability to drain some of the life force out of a person, so that they become weaker, slower, and almost sedated for a short time. However, using this in succession will weaken the power’s effect.


  1. Children of Thanatos have the ability to conjure a protective dome of astral energies around them, which will protect the user from attacks for a short time.


  1. Children of Thanatos can sense any death, whether it be mortal, demigod,nymph or monster.
  2. Children of Thanatos can communicate with the souls of the recently deceased.
  3. Children of Thanatos heal slightly every time they deal damage to their opponents.
  4. Children of Thanatos are able to see the lifespan of others, but are forbidden to share information about the lifespan in any way.


  1. Children of Thanatos have the ability to Shadow Travel, to teleport from shadow to shadow; the further the distance, the more energy drained.
  2. Children of Thanatos are able to call forth recently deceased spirits to aide them for a short time.
  3. Children of Thanatos are able to enchant weapons with soul-damaging powers, the effect only lasts for a short time.
  4. Children of Thanatos can bend shadows around them, concealing them for a short time.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Thanatos are able to feast on the darkness around them and empower themselves for a short time, enhancing their strength and speed. After the effect wears off, the user will be somewhat worn out and unable to use the power again for the rest of the fight.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Thanatos have the ability to temporarily split their souls in order to create a duplicate of themselves to aid them in combat. This duplicate and can only fight using whatever weapon the user has and possesses a weaker version of their powers. The user and the duplicate will possess a telepathic link. The longer the duplicate is maintained, the more energy is drained.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Thanatos have the ability to morph into a spirit for a short time. Whilst in this state, they are invisible (except to those gifted with powers over necromancy), intangible, able to fly, and their powers over astral energies and necromancy are enhanced. Though they are intangible by default, they can make themselves tangible to attack others or if they wish to be seen. If they attempt to attack anyone while still intangible they will automatically become visible and tangible. While in this state they are also able to drain the life-force of anyone they touch to a slight extent, however they cannot completely drain the life-force of the person. The user is extremely drained once the transformation ends, unable to move and could possibly faint.


  1. Children of Thanatos generally have morbid personalities.
  2. Children of Thanatos are generally not frightened of death.
  3. Children of Thanatos normally prefer the idea of a quiet, peaceful death. They also tend to dislike the idea of people losing their lives violently.
  4. Children of Thanatos can grow up to make great morticians.

Owned by: James ~ Posted on: {{{2}}}

Aria Shen ~ Head Counselor of Astraeus

"Set your course by the stars, not by the light of every passing ship."
Character's Bio

 Age: 20  Height: 5'7"  Weight: 120-ish lbs.
 Sexuality: Aro ace  Relationship Status: Single
 Birth Place: Mountain View, California  Main Weapon: CB sword

 – "It is not in the stars to hold our destiny, but in ourselves."

Character's Powers


  1. Children of Astraeus have the ability to conjure weapons out of plasma 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.
  2. Children of Astraeus have the ability to focus an intense beam of plasma which will burn anything it touches.


  1. Children of Astraeus have the ability to summon a cluster of miniature stars directly in front of them which can be used to block incoming attacks; the stars, however, dissipate quickly.
  2. Children of Astraeus generate an orbit around themselves for a short time, all attacks and people near the user get caught in the orbit, causing them to fly around, unable to attack the user. The user cannot move while the orbit is active.


  1. Children of Astraeus are innately stronger during the night.
  2. Children of Astraeus have the innate ability to see in all directions at once during the night.
  3. Children of Astraeus can innately adapt to most natural planetary environments within reason, meaning they're less likely to die of heat stroke and hypothermia.


  1. Children of Astraeus have the ability to create temporary light sources, similar to concept of a flare, which will alight an area or blind an enemy for a short time.
  2. Children of Astraeus can manipulate the force of gravity of the planet and change the direction and force of it. They can cause items to float or stick to the ground for a short time or cause them to fly into a certain direction. Once the curse wears off, the item is immune to further use of it for a moderate time.
  3. Children of Astraeus have the ability to use the gravity pull of the planet to slow down enemies for a short time, giving them a high chance to avoid an opponent’s attack or prevent an opponent from avoiding one of the user’s attacks.
  4. Children of Astraeus can limit gravity’s effect on their own bodies, causing them to float up and fly. The longer they fly the more it drains them.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Astraeus have the ability to conjure a small supernova, which will burn at anything in its wake on a 10m radius, as well as producing a loud booming sound coming from the explosion. It cannot differ friend from foe and will affect anyone or anything nearby.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Astraeus have the power to cause up to three constellations to appear in their physical forms to fight alongside them. Each constellation will appear as an enlarged version of the thing it is based on except for human based constellations such as Orion which will be the size of a human. Constellations will dissipate after a short time, leaving the user moderately drained. Ex: If the user summons the Cancer constellation, it will be a giant crab that cannot be bigger than 2 or 3 times the size of the user.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Astraeus have the ability to change the surface and mass of their bodies to reflect the surface and mass of a planet in the solar system of their choice for a short time. For example, if the user wishes to turn their body into flames, they would adopt the surface of Mercury. No matter which planet they choose to assimilate with, they will be extremely drained after the transformation and they can only use the power once per fight. They may switch planets while in this state. Ex: The user is reflecting Earth to reach an opponent and then reflects Mercury to attack them. Once in this state, they lose access to their other powers. Excluding those that are passive.


  1. Children of Astraeus often wield innate knowledge of constellations, space and other planets in the solar system.
  2. Children of Astraeus can tell the time, date and their location simply by looking at the sky.
  3. Children of Astraeus typically dream of becoming astronauts, to explore the stars and other planets.

Owned by: Nata ~ Posted on: 22:06, November 7, 2017 (UTC)


Liliosa: With no snow, Liliosa didn't know what to do with her snowboard. That was until she came up with the bright idea of going down the sand dunes at the beach on it. Liliosa was on her way to the beach, snowboard under her arms.

Aria: Recently Aria had started working on her fitness more often, in preparation for when she would have to leave Camp and survive on her own. Wearing a sports jersey and basketball shorts in the chilly November weather, she did push-ups on the sand to cool down from her jog along the beach.

Liliosa: She finally reached the beach and Liliosa felt so small, looking out at sea. She took a deep breath in as she tied up her hair, leaving the part she recently dyed blue hanging, as she headed for the nearest and tallest sand dune.

Aria: After she finished her first set of exercises, Aria decided to finish her work-out with a light jog along the shore again. The softness of the sand, along with dunes and elevation changes, increased the difficulty of running. She jogged up one of the dunes specifically set aside for recreation.

Liliosa: When she reached the top of the sand dune, Liliosa chucked her snowboard on the ground and went down the sand dune on it. A girl came into Liliosa's view and she tried to avoid the girl. The sand didn't move like snow so Liliosa barely missed the other girl

Aria: A figure whooshing by startled Aria out of her workout trance, and she lost her footing and let the sand carry her down the dune. Was that a-- a sandboarder? She smoothly slid to her feet at the bottom of the dune and looked back. "Woah, there! Sorry for not paying attention. I wasn't expecting that at all," Aria waved, gesturing at the board the girl was holding in her hands.

Liliosa: Liliosa hit the ground hard when tried to avoid the other girl. "Mierda," Liliosa said to herself as she patted herself down for anything broken before picking up her snowboard. "It was my fault. I should of seen you coming,' she said, her accent very thick and hair everywhere.

Aria: "No worries, dude! You alright?" Aria asked, offering the girl a hand up. "I've never seen a sandboarder before," she commented, noticing that the board in question seemed to actually be a snowboard. "I'm more of a surfer myself, but what you just did looks pretty fun, minus the crash-landing part."

Liliosa: Some how, all of her green hair had ended up in her face and Liliosa was trying to blow it away from her face. "I'm fine, nothing broken. If there was snow, it is funner but it isn't winter yet so I had to make do,"

Aria: "That's some creativity right there," Aria laughed. "I'm Aria, and I'm guessing you're from Camp, too. I haven't seen you around yet, so a new camper?"

Liliosa: She nodded, which worked much better for her than blowing her hair out of her face. "Yes, I am. My sister and I just came here from Chile, via Canada."

Aria: "Wow, from Chile to Canada and then to New York City? That's a long way to travel. Did you take a plane? Or did you and your sister use your demigod powers to travel here?" Aria asked.

Liliosa: "Some people may call me crazy but I'm not that crazy." Liliosa said, laughing a little bit as she brushed some sand off her leg. "We came here by plane. The trip to Canada was a birthday for my sister and I."

Aria: "Sounds like a pretty awesome gift," Aria smiled. "What's your name? And your sister's name, too--I gave a few new campers a tour of Camp last week, so I might've met her before."

Liliosa: "My name is Liliosa Parra and she's Nayeli Parra. It wouldn't be hard to miss her or even me. We both have a hair like this, which makes it easy for people tell us apart."

Aria: "Ah, I don't think I know her, then," Aria said. "I would've remembered the hair--which is really, really cool, by the way--for sure. Has your god-parent claimed you yet? I don't remember seeing any claimings at dinner in the past few days, though I haven't been to every meal so there's definitely a chance I could've missed it."

Liliosa: "Ah thank you," Liliosa said as she subconsciously twirled her hair around her finger. "Not really. Our mother told us and proved to us who our dad. Plus we have the same powers as all our half-siblings."

Aria: "Wait wait wait," Aria laughed, "Don't tell me who your godparent is yet! I like to play a game with the new campers: guessing what our godparents are." She paused for a moment to think. "Going off of stereotypes, your hair would place you as an Iris kid, but those stereotypes are rarely correct, and you already implied that your mom is mortal. So that means that your dad is your godparent. I haven't seen you use any of your powers yet, but standing around you I don't feel an aura of sleepiness or fear or anything, which rules out some of the gods. I'm going to guess that you're one of the wind gods' kids?" Aria asked. "They seem to be pretty common godparents, at least at Camp Half-Blood."

Liliosa: Liliosa smiled. She loved the confusion she made when the topic of who her father is came up. "None of those are right. You would probably never guess who my dad is like that."

Aria: "I could go down the entire list of gods and I'd be bound to guess it eventually," Aria laughed, "but you're right. I don't have any clues aside from your appearance, which really isn't much of a clue. Will you give me a hint of what your powers are?"

Liliosa: She smiled even more, one that started to make her look a little bit crazy. "I'll give you one hint. My parents met on my mother's birthday, November 1st. Also known as my favourite holiday or the Day of the Dead."

Aria: "Hmm, Day of the Dead, huh. I'm assuming you're one of the darkness or Underworld gods, then? I'll guess Hades first, since he seems to be a pretty popular godparent around here too."

Liliosa: "Pretty close but not it. I go against everything you expect from a child of my father."

Aria: "Thanatos, then," Aria concluded. "Unless you're one of the non-cabin gods' kids, but that's pretty uncommon in this day and age. Did I get it right?"

Liliosa: "Yeah, you did. Who might your god parent be?"

Aria: "I'll give you a hint," Aria smiled. She got off to a running start and jumped cleanly over the sand dune, using her powers to reduce gravity's effect on her for a split second. Then she jumped back and returned to the side of the dune where Liliosa was standing. "Any ideas?"

Liliosa: Liliosa stood, shocked with her mouth wide open as Aria basically flew. "Not one idea."

Aria: "My dad's Astraeus," Aria explained. "He's not as well-known of a deity as the Olympians, but I've got plenty of half-siblings to keep me company. Most of my powers have to do with stars and gravity!"

Liliosa: "That sounds better than death related powers. You don't know how many times my sister and I thought we were crazy when we wouldn't hear voices of dead people at our mother's work."

Aria: Aria nodded. "I wouldn't say that any powerset is better than another, but I'm thankful that my powers haven't been harmful to me as I've grown up. It's pretty tough to deal with being descended from ancient immortal entities while also trying to live a normal human life. That's why all of us are here at Camp, I guess," she laughed. "It's a nice place to figure out how to live with who we are."

Liliosa: "While also going against what everyone thinks that you are meant to be like, because of who you parent is," Liliosa said as she fiddled with her necklace. "You were so far away from who my dad is with your first guess."

Aria: "I can completely respect going against what people expect of you," Aria agreed with Liliosa. "But hey, if you don't want to always be seen as a child of Thanatos, then it's a good thing my first guess was so far away, right? I know it was mostly random guessing on my part, but that means that there's nothing obvious that ties you to your parent, so you can be your own person however you see fit."

Liliosa: "I secretly kind of like that my dad is Thanatos because I know I'm not crazy, hearing the voices of dead people, but at the same time, I wish Iris was my mother," Liliosa said, slipping her necklace over her head Andy looking at it, remembering that it was a gift from her father. "I could be so much more bright and colourful is she was my mother."

Aria: "I think you're about as bright and colorful as you can get, no matter who your godparent is," Aria smiled. "Defy those stereotypes! Just because your powers don't have anything to do with rainbows doesn't mean you can't appreciate them on your own. Iris' kids aren't the only ones that can be colorful, just like Athena's kids aren't the only ones that can be smart, or how Astraeus' kids aren't the only ones that can like stars. Who knows? Maybe if you were an Iris kid, you'd get tired of always being seen as a happy, colorful kid, and you'd want to be something different from what people expect of you too."

Liliosa: "I don't think I would every get bored of that being colourful and happy. I just love it, no matter what," Liliosa said, looking at Aria. "I reckon you would look pretty good with different coloured hair."

Aria: "Thank you! I've considered it in the past, but since my hair color's so dark, I'd have to bleach my hair a lot first. And then, in order to maintain a bright color, I'd have to keep redyeing my hair every few weeks, which is too much of a hassle for me. If you only use a very specific brand of hair dye, then you might have some trouble finding it at the store in town, too, so you'd have to figure out a way to buy a lot of dye at once and store it with you." Now that she was cooling down from her workout, Aria took out her gray jacket to protect her from the autumn chill. As a child of Astraeus she wasn't really bothered by temperature differences, but she wanted to stop the wind from blowing sand onto her skin.

Liliosa: "That was like my hair. I originally had hair almost as dark as your's. I first used that hair spray that's like spray paint, making my hair blue. But that was when I was 7 or 8 and my mother wouldn't let my sister and I use hair dyes. I first used kind of dark colours when but they didn't look good so I used bleach. I could always do it for you when me and my sister dye our hair every week or so."

Aria: "Thanks for the offer, dude, but I think I'll be good with keeping my hair the way it is," Aria smiled. She zipped up her jacket and put her hands in her pockets. "I'm going to head back to Camp to get some lunch now. Would you like to tag along, or do you want to keep sandboarding here?"

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