Age: 15 Height: 1.7 meters Weight: 54 kilograms
Sexuality: Straight Relationship Status:Taken Birth Place: Australia Main Weapon: celestial bronze sword called tsounámi (tsunami), can turn into a pen. Silver sword that is the same style as sword as first one Accent: Australian
– You don't turn your back on the surf, so don't turn your back on me
3/6/9 Month Powers Unlocked
Children of Poseidon can fire a powerful blast of water from their hands, equivalent to that of a fire hose, which evaporates after a short time.
Children of Poseidon have the ability to conjure and freeze small amounts of water into durable ice weapons, 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. They can also make small non-combative objects out of ice.
Children of Poseidon can create an area around themselves that inflicts others with intense seasickness, making them dizzy and nauseous for as long as they remain inside. The user must keep their focus on maintaining the effect for the duration.
Children of Poseidon can turn their body to water for a very short time, letting an attack pass harmlessly through them. This can cause extreme dehydration with repeated use.
Children of Poseidon can breathe, are swifter and more powerful, and can heal slightly faster while underwater.
Children of Poseidon can keep themselves and everything they touch dry in the water, unless they choose to become wet.
Children of Poseidon can survive falling from any altitude as long as they land in water, and can go as deep into the ocean as they desire without any effects from the cold or water pressure.
Children of Poseidon can communicate with and command equestrian animals, as well as all creatures that dwell in the sea.
Children of Poseidon are innately less inhibited by severe wind and precipitation.
Children of Poseidon have the ability to create minor earthquakes, large enough to knock anyone nearby off their feet, for a few seconds.
Children of Poseidon are able to telekinetically move water at a high rate. The larger amount of water used, the more energy it drains. This can be used on ice, but is much more difficult and draining.
Children of Poseidon are are able summon a specific horse, pegasus, or sea creature directly to their position, regardless of distance. This only works on creatures that they have a strong personal bond with.
Children of Poseidon can calm, strengthen or influence the direction of the winds, though to a much lesser extent than children of Zeus or the anemoi.
3 Months After Character is Made
Children of Poseidon have the ability to create a torrential rainstorm overhead, which will downpour and cause high winds over a large area. The storm will gradually clear over time, and afterward the user would be substantially drained.
6 Months After Character is Made
Children of Poseidon are able to shape a semi-living construct out of water, no larger than 3 to 4 times the size of the user, that fights for them for a short time. The user is weakened while the construct is active, and the longer they maintain the it, the more energy it drains.
9 Months After Character is Made
Children of Poseidon are able to transform their bodies into a state of pure water for a short time, becoming immune to most attacks. The hydrokinetic abilities they already possess are enhanced by this state, and they are capable of covering great distances in an instant while underwater. The user will be extremely drained once the transformation ends, and could possibly faint.
Children of Poseidon always know their exact coordinates when in water and are able to innately feel the difference between freshwater and saltwater.
Children of Poseidon normally have a love for water, and generally excel at water sports.
Children of Poseidon tend to be favored by animals of the sea.
Children of Poseidon often have a natural affinity for horses and many grow up to become equestrians.
Age: 14 Height: 5" 5'
Relationship Status: N/A
Birth Place: Los Angeles Main Weapon: Clestial Bronze daggers and a clestial bronze tipped boby pin Accent: American
– Wise Men Still Seek Him ~
No 3/6/9 Month Powers
Children of Lyssa have the ability to focus an emotional energy beam out of their rage which will burn anything it touches.
Children of Lyssa are able to tap into primal rabid animal instincts which allows them to attack or flee with enhanced speed and ferocity. However, this ability can often lead to loss of self-control and only lasts for a short time.
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.
Children of Lyssa can generate a veil of the emotional energy of rage around their bodies, the veil would protect them from damage for a short time and cannot be used if the child doesn't have the rage to fuel it.
Children of Lyssa are stronger when themselves and other around them are angry, they cannot be empowered from rage created by their aura.
Children of Lyssa can cure rabies in both humans and animals with a simple touch.
Children of Lyssa emit a rage aura which makes people around them at least slightly angry, they can turn it off for a long time if they wish.
Children of Lyssa can communicate with and command rabid animals
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.
Children of Lyssa can cause people near them become enraged and frenzied, reducing their competency and effectiveness in battle.
Children of Lyssa can cause nearby animals to become rabid and once in this state, can command them to attack an enemy or gather information for them. This ability can only be used on up to 3 animals at one time. The larger the animals and the more that are summoned, the more energy it drains.
3 Months After Character is Made
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.
6 Months After Character is Made
Children of Lyssa can turn their volatile emotional energies into larger tools, objects, weapons and other items, create semi-living constructs and/or create structures/buildings of varying permanence; however, only up to 4 combative/non-combative items or 1 semi-living construct can be conjured at a time and it cannot be larger than roughly 3 times the size of the one that conjured it. Tools may telekinetically moved by the user’s mind and all rage constructs slightly burn anyone who touched it. The longer they maintain combative/non combative items and semi-living constructs, the more it drains their energy, so they are more limited for the time they can keep these things cohesive.However, their ability to use the power is hindered before or during use when they experience emotions in relation to peace and happiness. As more positive and serene emotions are felt, the strength of the object begins to fade, becoming dull and brittle.
9 Months After Character is Made
Children of Lyssa are able to transform into a dog for a short time. They can turn into either a full dog or a humanoid dog form. In the human/dog form, they are twice as faster and stronger than before. Their senses are also quite sharper as well. They also tend to be more violent and volatile in this state. Once the transformation ends, the user is extremely drained. Using the hybrid form is more draining rather than the full dog form. They will not be able to move and could possibly faint.
Children of Lyssa are known for being very irritable and hostile, many usually struggle with controlling their tempers.
Children of Lyssa sometimes love seeing other people angered and will taunt them for fun.
Children of Lyssa are often fond of dogs since their mother was associated with them.
James: James pulled Red off the girl and said "Sorry about that. Red isn't normally like this"
Liz: Liz stood up and said," That's ok. I should've moved. Oh, I'm being rude, I'm Elizabeth Closkstopper. But you can call me Liz." she stuck out her hand.
James: James thought to himself knowing that Red could understand him Could you just leave for a bit. I will call you when I want you back. Red left towards camp and James shock Liz's hand and said "My name is James Spall and that was Red"
Liz: Well, nice to meet you. Can you help me find a cabin? I just got here, and apparently I was claimed as a daughter of Lyssa. So, some random person told me to go find the cabin then left. Without any directions. So, here I am, lost and getting tackled by large dogs."
OOC: I have to go, so, bye! will check in tomorrow morning.
James: "Sure thing I had nothing else planned today" James said
Liz: "So, who's your godly parent? I hope you are a demigod, because if you aren't, that would be awkward." she laughed nervously.
James: "My dad is Poseidon" James said as he looked towards camp to see if Red was anywhere near
Liz: She runs a little ways ahead of him and starts walking backwards. "Cool. Isn't he like the sea god or something?" She keeps walking, unaware of a big hole right behind her.
James: "Yeah he is which gives me the power of a majority of the world's surface area" James said as he tried to remember what Lyssa is the goddess of. "Isn't your mum the goddess of rabies" he asked
Liz: "I think so. I don't really know a lot of Greek ---Woah!" she exclaimed as she fell down. "Ow." she looked down at her knee, which was scraped up.
James: James picked up Liz and asked "You alright"
Liz: "Yeah." she looked at her knee. "I'll be alright. Why was that hole there?" She walked around the premiter of the hole. "It's really big. What could have made a hole so big?"
James: James kicked the side of the hole making lots of dirt fall into it. "Probably some idiot thinking it would be funny for people to fall into it" James said
Liz: "Well, whoever did it, it wasn't funny. It actually hurt." She paused "So, as I was saying before I fell, I think that Lyssa is the goddess of rabies though I don't know a lot of Greek Mythology, so I could be wrong. Anyway, what do you want to do now?"
James: "Depends what you what to do" James said
Liz: She shrugged. "Do you want to go to the big house? Oh! Or how about the camp fire? Or maybe the cabins?" she rambles on, naming places all over camp.
James: "Why don't you pick" James said
Liz: "Ok. How about.....hm.....maybe the campfire?"
James: "Sure thing" James said as he slowly walked backwards.
Liz: "Ok. Do you know where it is? 'Cause I sure don't." She smiled.
James: "I've been here almost a year why wouldn't i" James said as he walked toward again towards the camp fire.
Liz: She followed him over to the campfire. "So you've been here for almost a year huh. Cool. I just got here like a few weeks ago. So what do you like to do in your free time?"
James: "Most of time I'm out in the ocean surfing" James said. "How about you" he asked
Liz: She shrugged. "Well, I like to read, and play with my dog until she died, if that counts."
James: "You could always play with Red if you want" James said as he called Red back
Liz: "Really?" she asked. "I really could?" She starts to stroke Red. "I haven't played with an animal in such a long time."
James: "Just don't poke him with a sword or you will see how hard a dingo can bite" James said as he sat on the ground
Liz: She laughed and sat on the ground next to him. "So, what do you want to talk about?" What a good conversation starter. She thought to herself.
James: "I don't know" James said "What do you want to talk about
Liz: She shrugged. "I don't know, how about ourselves and family and stuff like that?" she laughed. I am such an awkward talker. She thought to herself.
James: "Sounds good" James said. "So yeah I'm from Australia and I lived with my mum until I came to camp" he said "Your turn"
Liz: "Um... Well, I am from L.A orignially, but I moved to Mexico when I was 9. And I lived with my dad also before I came to camp."
James: "Where the nachos good in Mexico?" James asked.
Liz: "Well, I wouldn't really know, as I don't really like nachos. But, their quesadillas were very good. What did you eat in Australia? And how'd you end up halfway around the world?" She asked.
James: "The normal sort of food you would find anywhere else in the world but with a bit more meat then other countries" James said as he scratched Red behind his ears. "As of how I got here, I got here by plane" he said
Liz: "That sound cool. How'd you get by plane with out getting attacked by monsters?" She asked, while thinking of her own experiences.
James: "Just lucky I guess" James said. "So how did you get here" he asked.
Liz: "Well, I just got in a car after I got attacked by a monster and drove from L.A to here."
James: "Did you enjoy L.A" James asked "Or was it as dodge as Ive heard"
Liz: She shrugged. "Eh. It was ok. I didn't really go out 'cause I didn't have a lot to do or friends to do it with. But, other than that, I guess I enjoyed it. How'd you like Australia?"
James: "It was epic" James said. "The only bad thing was all snakes, spiders and deadly animals" he said.
Liz: "Yikes. I hate snakes. Well...." she said, thinking. ".... I don't really like dangerous animals in general. So what's your favorite animal?"
James: "It is either a chameleon or krill" James said. "What is your's" he aksed
Liz: "Um... well, ethier a dog, or maybe a horse." she shrugged. "I really like all animals. What's your favorite color?"
James: "I don't really have one but if I had to say one, it would be green" James said
Liz: "Cool. Mine is probobally purple or red. What do you do for fun outside of camp?"
James: "I normally surf until Red starts making my room a brown slip and slide" James said
Liz: She giggled. "Yikes. That doesn't sound fun. Well, the surfing does at least. I've never been surfing, though I want to at some point. What's your favorite sport to play?"
James: "Either soccer or football" James said. "Why are you asking me so many personal questions" he asked Liz.
Liz: "Um...well, I guess to get to know you better?" her voice at the end of her answer made it sound like a question.
James:"At least you didn't know all of this before we started talking" James said as he looked out towards the forest because he thought he heard metal clashing against metal.
Liz: She follows James' gaze to the forest. "Whatcha looking at?" She squints, looking hard. "I don't see anything."
James:"I just thought I heard something. Never mind it was probably to idiots fighting each other"
Liz: "Well, it's probobally someone who just found a monster. Wonder what kind of monster it might be?" she wonder aloud, putting her hand on her chin, and looking at the forest.