Age: 16 Height: 5'10
Sexuality: Polysexual Relationship Status: Single
Birth Place: Santiago, Chile Main Weapon: Twin hooks, War hammer Accent: Spanish (Chilean)
– "The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living." — Marcus Tullius Cicero
3/6/9 Month Powers Locked
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.
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.
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.
Children of Thanatos can sense any death, whether it be mortal, demigod,nymph or monster.
Children of Thanatos can communicate with the souls of the recently deceased.
Children of Thanatos heal slightly every time they deal damage to their opponents.
Children of Thanatos are able to see the lifespan of others, but are forbidden to share information about the lifespan in any way.
Children of Thanatos have the ability to Shadow Travel, to teleport from shadow to shadow; the further the distance, the more energy drained.
Children of Thanatos are able to call forth recently deceased spirits to aide them for a short time.
Children of Thanatos are able to enchant weapons with soul-damaging powers, the effect only lasts for a short time.
Children of Thanatos can bend shadows around them, concealing them for a short time.
3 Months After Character is Made
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
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
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.
Children of Thanatos generally have morbid personalities.
Children of Thanatos are generally not frightened of death.
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.
Children of Thanatos can grow up to make great morticians.
Age: 18 Height: 5'9 Weight: "Excuse me?"
Sexuality: Homosexual Relationship Status: Single, not really looking
Birth Place: London, England Main Weapon: CB Sword and Dagger set Accent: British
– "There are lots of people I admire and respect, but I don't necessarily want to be like them. I'm too happy being myself."
Powers of a child of Pandia: (3/6/9 Month Powers Unlocked)
Children of Pandia have the ability to form weapons out of pure moonlight 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. Non-combative objects can also be made out of this, but cannot generate any electricity as moonlight does not have any working parts.
Children of Pandia have the ability to focus an intense beam of moonlight which will burn anything it touches.
Children of Pandia have the ability to create a protective dome of pure solid moonlight which will defend them from attacks for a short time.
Children of Pandia have the ability to bend the moonlight around them, concealing them for a short time. If the child attacks while in this state, it automatically wears off. So the power is purely defensive.
Children of Pandia can see perfectly at night as if it were day.
Children of Pandia are innately stronger at night.
Children of Pandia have the ability to generate moonlight to shine so bright that it can blind the beholders for a short period of time or just light up areas for allies, depending on how bright it is. They can create sources of moonlight from a distance and command them to maintain it’s form for a moderate time, but the light cannot be bright enough to harm anyone’s eyes to exist that long.
Children of Pandia have the ability to use the gravity pull of the moon to slow down enemies giving them a high chance to avoid an opponent’s attack or prevent an opponent from avoiding one of the user’s attacks.
Children of Pandia are able to telekinetically move water at a high rate, since the moon has power over the tides. The larger amount of water used, the more energy it drains.
Children of Pandia have the ability to Moonlight Travel, to merge with natural moonlight or moonlight they created themselves and teleport to another source of moonlight. The further the distance traveled, the more energy is drained.
As their mother was the goddess of the nourishing dew, children of Pandia have the ability to force the temperature within a 15 meter radius of them to reach dew point, condensing all the atmospheric water vapour into water droplets and drenching those in the vicinity. The user is immune to the attack, but their allies are endangered.
Owned by: Sofie ~ Posted on: 03:44, November 11, 2017 (UTC)
Nayeli: Nayeli wandered around camp humming sweetly to the tune of Esquemas Juveniles by Javiera Mena. She learned quickly how much liked the Infirmary. Just to help even though she's also there to see dead bodies which led to her being kicked out ever so recently.
Mina: On the contrary, this particular Brit wasn't having the brightest of days, but oh well, what are you going to do. Perhaps it's the idea of not being back in Britain, but she wouldn't know. She too was wandering Camp, despite having an idea of where most everything is - the benefit of having been a summer camper for some time - but wandering aimlessly was more appreciated than not in occasions.
Nayeli: Nayeli spotted the other girl instantaneously not knowing anyone else at camp as well as she knew her sister she decided to make the effort to introduce herself. "Eh, tú!" She saunters over to the girl with a smile on her lips. "I'm Nayeli. What's your name?"
Mina: She almost could have yelped, had it not been for that swift and simple question. "I'm Mina. How do you do?"
Nayeli: "I'm alright." She bobbled her head from side to side. "Are you roving camp or did you have somewhere to be?"
Mina: "Roving at the moment. I can't think of somewhere I need to be so yeah."
Nayeli: "Same here. I just got kicked out of the Infirmary. You'd think they'd want all the help they can get."
Mina: "Now, how exactly do you just get kicked out of the Infirmary?"
Nayeli: "I think they've seen my face around there one too many times." She shrugged.
Mina: She'd shrug as well. "I don't know, that doesn't sound like an excuse to get kicked out, but ah well."
Nayeli: "I like dead people. I think that started to get more annoying than helpful."
Mina: She'd raise an eyebrow, then offer a measly laugh. "I mean, if you're a child of a god who is associated with death, then I see nothing odd about it, but I figure it probably was becoming annoying to them. I wouldn't really know though."
Nayeli: "Me either. They just told me to leave. I could probably use a few hours around people who still breathe. Or you know? Something that's still got some life left in it."