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Zeta DeWitt - Daughter of Ares
the determined learner • little warrior princess • lt. counsellor
-a really strong woman accepts the war she went through and is ennobled by her scars

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Sapphire Linn ~ Head Counselor of Themis
Sapphire's WB.
Character's Bio

 Age: 17  Height: 5'6  Weight: "Ahem, what was that?"
 Sexuality: Lesbian  Relationship Status: Single
 Birth Place: Bern, Switzerland  Main Weapon: Trio of CB Javelins, CB short sword, light CB shield
 Accent: Swiss/Estonian mix
 – "My only destination is each and every station, so let me pave the way."

Character's Powers

 Powers of a child of Themis: (3/6/9 Month Powers Unlocked)

  • Children of Themis can cause someone to forget their current morals and act savagely for a short time, leaving them vulnerable to attack.
  • Children of Themis, after receiving a wound, are able to use the justice of vengeance to power their next attack. This empowerment results in the attack having enhanced speed and strength.


  • Children of Themis are capable of forcing everyone near them for a short time into a state of lawful peace, where no one can fight. After the effects subside, it cannot be used again for the rest of the fight. The user is also unable to fight due to the lawful peace.
  • Whenever a child of Themis takes part in a fight, a law automatically comes into existence, and its' purpose is to forbid enemies from attacking them. After this law is broken substantially, the user can create a field of energy that would imprison the opponent for a short time. The energy field would serve as a punishment for breaking the law. The target cannot escape in anyway, but also cannot be attacked while the imprisonment field is active. This power can only be used twice during a fight.


  • Children of Themis can see a few seconds into the future; allowing them to possibly predict the actions of others, but also hindering their sight at times.
  • Children of Themis are able to detect any lie and know if someone's telling the truth or not, though it doesn’t always work. This works much better if the lie is directly related to a law or rule being broken
  • Whenever someone is around a child of Themis, they’d feel at least slightly guilty for their wrongdoings. They can shut off this ability for a long time if they wish to do so.
  • Children of Themis can sense whenever a crime is occurring in a 10-meter distance, whether it’s illegal or just morally wrong. The user cannot sense crimes being committed against themselves.


  • Children of Themis can create a rule and can make someone follow that rule for a short period of time, as long as the rule does no harm and doesn’t completely stop an opponent from fighting, as well as a suitable punishment if the rule is broken. Possible punishments are substantial pain inducement, banishment (via instant teleportation) from the surrounding area, power/weapon negation (only one weapon or power) for a short time. All punishments subside after a short time; only one rule may be enforced at a time.
  • If an ally is wounded, Children of Themis are temporarily empowered to achieve justice for them towards the one who wounded them; this effect greatly increases the strength and speed of their attacks until justice is achieved.
  • Children of Themis are able to turn even the most un-ordered situations into well organized and properly structured systems. An example would be a chaotic battle, where movements and emotions are wild and erratic: the user would cause the battle to stop or organize it to become more calm, precise and well thought out.

3 Months After Character is Made

  • Children of Themis have the ability to lawfully force another person to follow their will for a few minutes, forcing them to follow their commands as long as they are not going to be forced harm themselves. The person will remain under the control of the law forcing for a few minutes or until control is relinquished, the longer the control is kept, the more energy it drains.

6 Months After Character is Made

  • Children of Themis can create paradoxical laws that allows the user to affect reality in illogical ways. For example, they can splash water on an opponent and cause severe burns and get hit with a hammer and it will just tickle. Only one reality-warping law can be implemented at a time and it will only be in effect for a short time. Afterwards, the user will be substantially drained. The power cannot be used to implement a law that would cause severe damage, such as breathing or blinking would cause their brains to explode.

9 Months After Character is Made

  • Children of Themis can become an embodiment of order for a short time, giving them the power to immediately judge a person according to their intentions. They are immune to all attacks. The user can implement up to 5 laws at once in this state, but not those that bend reality. (The laws should be similar to ones created and possess penalties like Supplementary 1) The user emits an aura of duty and respect for authority, so the person will be more likely to follow the laws created. This ability only lasts for a short amount of time. Once the child of Themis exits this form they are drained for a moderate time and cannot move until they are rested. Additionally, the more they do in this state, the greater they are drained, sometimes they may even faint.

Owned by: Sofie ~ Posted on: 05:51, October 29, 2017 (UTC)


Trea Pierce5

Trea Pierce -Demigoddess · Daughter of Melinoe
- “If you want to control someone, all you have to do is to make them feel afraid.”

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Niome Wilson -Child of Aglaea
-The other half

 – 21:35, October 15, 2016 (UTC)



Trea and Zeta

Trea:Once again, Val had went in hysterics, all because someone had accidentally touched her hair, and Trea had to calm her down. She had spent the last hour and a half calming Val down and now, Trea was just sitting in the shadow of a tall tree at the edge of the forest.

Zeta: Zeta had been debating between returning to the cabin for a nap, and staying outside, because it feels good. Ultimately, she chose to stay outside, still a bit tired and all, but why not?

Trea: She heard her name being yelled out, obviously by Val, but Trea stayed put. Val needed to face her fears by herself and that's what Trea wanted to happen. "How can't she get over her fears?" Trea said to herself, louder than Shen thought.

Zeta: Zeta had heard that, and after a small yawn, she said "Not everyone can get over their fears so easily."

Trea: You would expect Trea to jump when hearing a girl talk that Shen didn't know was there but Trea just turned her head towards the girl. "And not everyone has stupid fears, like being scared shitless of people touching your hair, and stuff like that."

Zeta: "Stupid or not, a fear is a fear. It just happens that some have more unusual ones." was her more matter-of-factly reply.

Trea: "True but my sister has a really stupid one. She is scared of ghosts and our mother is the goddess of ghost."

Zeta: "That sounds very odd. But still, she'll have to brave her fear in time, so it's better not to push it."

Trea: "I sort of do though. I'm nearly always making her do things she finds scary. DO you think that's a good thing?"

Zeta: "Not really. At least, in my mind, it isn't."

Trea: "I'm Trea by the way."

Zeta: "Zeta. I take it you're a daugther of Melinoe?"

Trea: "Yeah. Who might you be a daughter of?"

Zeta: "Ares."

Trea: "God of war right?"

Zeta: She'd nod. "That's right."

Trea: "Has anyone expected you to be like your dad? Like basically always wanting to fight?"

Zeta: "Not that I know of. And it's not like I always want to fight."

Trea: "What do you mean by that? It sounds to me that you do like to fight but just not much."

Zeta: "Well... if I can avoid having to fight, I will. After all, fighting only solves so much."

Trea: Trea laughed slightly. "That's very much true. Most times fighting does solve some very important problems though.

Zeta: She rolled her eyes, in a light-hearted manner. "Name one such."

Trea: "World War 1. Let me just name a couple. The American Revolution, The French Revolution, World War 2, the Vietnam War and the Cold War." Trea said, putting a finger up every time she said a war.

Zeta: "Revolutions solve problems. Wars... not so much."

Trea: "There's still violence involved," Trea laughed loud. "I seriously can't believe a daughter of the Greek War god is saying wars don't solve any problems. You've got some guts saying that about your father's domain. I would never say ghosts aren't real."

Zeta: "I figure my father is probably frowning upon me as we speak."

Trea: "But he can't do anything cause the gods aren't allowed to directly interfere with their demigod child," Trea said as she laid down, "Which explains why I never got to saw my mother."

Zeta: "I know, but I just have this feeling that he is frowning upon me. Even if it's way off where I can't see."

Trea: "Who cares though? I only don't say ghost aren't real because the ghosts in my cabin don't like hearing that and I've seen some scary ghost stuff that would make your hair turn grey."

Zeta: "I don't even want to know the half of that. I simply can't see myself living around ghosts, period."

Trea: "You get use to it very quickly, especially when weird stuff to do with ghost have been happening all your life."

Zeta: "To each their own, I suppose."

Niome and Sapphire

Sapphire: Sapphire had been walking around the beach, bare foot, as is natural. The afternoon sun wasn't too much, no, it was just fine for the occasion.

Niome: Niome was bored out of her mind. Nothing in the forest would let her take a picture of them and even if Shen could, all of her SD cards were full, so Niome was laying down on the beach, in a blue bikini, trying to get a tan.

Sapphire: Sun tanning was not at all her aesthetic, but she can't help but occasionally let her eyes wander. The girl's a lesbian, it's not like she'd mind being "checked out" by other girls. Although, she tried to keep her gazes to herself, because she probably looks super weird right now.

Niome: She heard the sand nearby shifting and opened her eyes, not noticeable behind her sunglasses, and saw the source of the sand being moved. She's pretty hot, Niobe thought to herself as she checked out the other girl.

Sapphire: Not very keen on simply walking along the shoreline, she decides to settle down very close to the water, deciding to start building a sand castle. At least, it will keep her a little more busy.

Niome: As the girl walks towards the water, Niome raises her head, still checking out the other girl. She reaches for her bag and grabs out her mirror, checking her makeup, keeping an eye still on the girl as she did.

Sapphire: She's barely into sculpting the first tower of her sand castle before she stops herself for a moment. "Was it the walls that come first or the towers?" she thinks out loud, but not very loud, just enough for herself and anyone a few meters away to hear.

Niome: Niome finished fixing up her makeup just as she hears the girl talk. "I think it's the walls, but that could be just me." Niome said as she sat up.

Sapphire: She'd notice the girl behind her out of the corner of her eye, before she said, "I think it's the walls too, but it just doesn't make sense."

Niome: "Now you say it, towers first then building the walls would be easier." Niome said as she knelt down next to the other girl

Sapphire: "I'm such an idiot sometimes." she remarked, as she continued making her sand castle.

Niome: "Mind if I help you out with that? I'm pretty good at making sandcastles."

Sapphire: "Sure. I could use a little help."

Niome: Niome started pushing sand from around her legs, closer to the other girl before she started to shape it into another tower.

Sapphire: Niome was a little closer than Sapphire would have liked, but she wasn't complaining. As the sand castle really started to take shape, Sapphire looked visibly more pleased with herself.

Niome: When the tower she was making could actually be identified as a tower, Niome started making another one. "I'm Niome."

Sapphire: "Sapphire. Nice to meet you." She'd say, turning to face the other girl with a small smile.

Niome: "I love your name. It fits you, a pretty name for a pretty girl."

Sapphire: "Thank you. Your name is pretty too."

Niome: "Mine isn't as pretty as your's though. Heck, I'm not even as pretty as you."

Sapphire: "You're lying to yourself, I am certain of it."

Niome: She laughed light-heartedly. "My mom is the goddess of beauty, I think I would know if someone is prettier than me or not."

Sapphire: "Precisely why I think you're lying to yourself. If your mother is the goddess of beauty, then you definitely are pretty."

Niome: "I'm pretty in my own right. But you. You are like super model pretty. Pretty enough to make Aphrodite like like a trash can."

Sapphire: She'd giggle just a bit. "I wouldn't tell me that around any kids of Aphrodite. I think they'll take great offense to it."

Niome: "There's got to be at least one child of Aphrodite that wouldn't care. And even if they did, I'm sure they wouldn't care what their niece said, or I think I'm their niece."

Sapphire: She'd shrug. "That I think would depend on if Aphrodite and your mother are connected in some way."

Niome: "I've lost track how all these gods are related. They're all related someway."

Sapphire: "Last time, I checked, half the gods and goddesses are children, the rest are just... I don't even know anymore."

Niome: "I think ever god, goddess and Titan can draw their roots back to the earth goddess and the thing she came out of though, which makes them all related somehow."

Sapphire: "True, although I do believe Aphrodite was an exception."


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