Boa Serpiente ~ Guardin of Snakes
Character's Bio

 Age: 17  Height: 5'7  Weight: 139 lbs
 Sexuality: Heterosexual  Relationship Status: Single
 Birth Place: New York  Main Weapon: CB Sword that can be covered in his own venom
 Accent: American

Character's Powers

 ===All Animal Nymphs===


  1. They have a telepathic/empathetic connection with nature and other nymphs. They also have a special, stronger connection with other animal nymphs.
  2. As they are nymphs they do not age, remaining eternally young.
  3. Their senses of smell, sight and hearing are enhanced, enabling them to sniff out monsters, track down demigods, etc.


  1. They are able to summon animals to aid them; they have the best control over their own animal type.

Specific to each Animal Type

  1. Each type of animal nymph has its life force attached to that species, so if a species were to go extinct the nymphs would die.
  2. Each nymph is able to change into the type of animal he/she is, and only that type. So the bear nymph could not turn into a mouse, but he/she could turn into a grizzly bear, black bear, polar bear, etc.
  3. While in animal form they have all the normal abilities of their animals. So if the nymph is a hawk nymph he/she can fly.
  4. While in regular nymph/person form, they only retain passive characteristics/traits from their animals. So if the nymph is a hawk nymph, perhaps he/she remains claustrophobic in enclosed spaces but cannot fly.


  1. Vary between species.

Owned by: James ~ Posted on: {{{2}}}
Adelaide Lucus ~ Annoying Little Girl
Character's Bio

 Age: 9  Height: 4'11ft  Weight: 94 lb
 Sexuality: Heterosexual  Relationship Status: She is 9 so does it matter?
 Birth Place: New York  Main Weapon: celestial bronze sword and knife that always change when put in her backpack.
 Accent: American

Character's Powers


  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to cause someone to believe that they are trapped inside a labyrinth, disrupting their senses into seeing anything else for a short time. While under its effect, they become more vulnerable to attacks.
  2. Children of Ariadne, while a labyrinth is summoned, have the ability to create 1 to 3 lesser monsters (those classified as “easy” in the Monster Encyclopedia) nearby them within it; these monsters, however, will not be controlled and will attack anyone they see.


  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to create a large portion of a labyrinth wall to protect themselves until it corrodes after a short time. The walls can be created at all directions to create an absolute defense, but drains more energy from the user. Conversely, this can be used to imprison enemies.
  2. Children of Ariadne can cause a person to feel/be lost, as if they don’t know how to reach their desired destination and wander off aimlessly which may induce distress, confusion and loss of concentration, for a short time. The effect can be used on a larger number of people, but drains more energy.


  1. Children of Ariadne have the innate ability to find their way through/around any sort of puzzle, maze or obstacle without any aid, as if they have a psychic compass within them. They are also able to perceive any kind of hidden obstruction, trap or dead-end within a 10 meter radius around them.
  2. Children of Ariadne have the innate ability to see in multiple directions at once, allowing their senses of sight to become more finely attuned to their surroundings.


  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to create a real labyrinth which traps anyone inside it for a short time. The user has total control over the creation, such as altering and closing its walls or even expand the maze at any time. However, a larger maze will consume more energy from the user. The maze has a roof over it and cannot be teleported out of.
  2. Children of Ariadne can conjure a very durable wool string that can be used to navigate around a place, mislead or ensnare victims, bind or strangle enemies, hold or suspense things firmly, weave fine cloth or in any way possible. The longer the string, the more energy it drains. The string can also be conjured from the ground or from any surface.
  3. Children of Ariadne can increase or decrease a person's passions, whether the purpose is to weaken one’s will to fight, or to motivate them to do a certain hobby or to love, etc. The longer this state is maintained, the more energy is drained from the user.
  4. Children of Ariadne are able to teleport themselves through the mazes they created. The further the distance traveled, the more energy drained.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to construct paths out of materials found around them that they can use to take them anywhere (up into the air, over trees, etc.) but as they move along the path, the path behind them slowly corrodes. The longer they use the energy required to make a path, the more they are drained.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to enchant a localized location into becoming an illogical, yet illusory, maze which traps anyone inside it. With this ability, the user can cause a building’s passageways to lead somewhere else such as an upstairs flight lead to the basement, a closet room lead to the rooftop, lead a door back to itself, and so on and so forth. The larger the area of effect and the longer it is held, the more it drains the user.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Ariadne have the ability to materialize a shadowy form of the Minotaur into existence which is capable of both fighting and dying under their control, in a sense; afterwards, it will vanish and drains the user extensively. However, the Minotaur conjured is weaker than its real counterpart would be.


  1. Children of Ariadne have an excellent sense of direction, and are able to navigate and locate any location with ease, rarely getting lost.
  2. Children of Ariadne are typically willing to help others, even to strangers.

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

Cora closeup

Cora Wilson -Child of Aglaea
-The other half, Lt. of the Aglaea Cabin

 – 21:35, October 15, 2016 (UTC)



Bea -Honey Bee Nymph
-The honey bee that doesn't sting

Iris Message – 20:35, September 13, 2016 (UTC)



Adelaide: Adelaide had tied one end of a jump rope to a try and was skipping by herself.

Boa: Boa was in a green tree Python form, in the tree above Adelaide just watching her in case something happened to such a young demigod.

Cora: Ever since she had come to camp, her soon to be best friend was especially nice to her, and helped her come out of her shell more. The two were walking through main camp, talking about whether bees and wasps where the same.

Bea: "Oh my, no! Wasps totally sting more, but bees just get a bad name." As they paced on, Bea spotted a lonely girl attempting to jump rope with a tree. Bea steered Cora towards her, only to find she wasn't alone, rather eyed by a python above her. Bea knew that snakes often stalked their prey before pouncing, and without thinking or question why there would be a snake in camp, Bea abandoned Cora, turning into a bee and zipping over to try to stop any possible attacks.

Adelaide: Adelaide kept skipping until she saw two girls start walking over to her and stopped. "Hi. You two are both very pretty. I'm Adelaide."

Boa: Boa kept watching Adelaide until he saw Bea and Cora. Boa watched Bea until she turned into a bee, freaking out heaps. Bea, it is me, Boa Boa said through the nymph link.

Cora: Cora ran after Bea, until she was only a couple yards from the tree. She froze when a girl looked up, holding one end of a jump rope tied to the tree. "Hello... and thanks." It's hard not to be awkward when you are shy, but Cora winced anyway. Looking around for Bea, Cora found her up in the tree next to a... snake?

Bea: Bea stopped in her tracks when a voice in her spoke, Boa, and for a second she even stopped flying, before she snapped out of it and started flapping her wings again. Bea flew to the snake, Boa she realized, and said back, I haven't seen you in forever, where were you? Who is this?

Adelaide: "What is your name?" Adelaide asked before she went back to skipping.

Boa: I was just thinking. I don't know but I heard her say to Cora down there that her name is Adelaide. I'm just watching her in case something bad happens.

Cora: The girl seemed non menacing and care free, much like Bea when she met her, so Cora took an immediate liking to her. Whether she acted on that to initiate a conversation was another story. "Cora," Cora said with a humble smile.

Bea: Bea grew tired from hovering around in her bee form, so she turned back into the blonde nymph she normally was. "Cora!" Bea called down from the branch she was swinging on, her hands cupped over her mouth, "I'm up here!" Bea replied in the link again, Little creepy for a snake like you to "watch over" a little girl like this... does she even know you are here?

Adelaide: Adelaide's foot hit the rope and stopped skipping. "Do you want to have a go, Cora?"

Boa: You do know this was my job before I came here. She doesn't and that is what I try to do. Boa said through the link as he slithered closer to Bea.

Cora: Managing another smile, something that seemed to be getting easier, Cora walked towards Adelaide and nodded. "Sure, why not?"

Bea: Bea nodded on as she looked down below, happy the two girls were making friends. Casting Boa a side glance, Bea commented, "I don't suggest getting too crazy in that snake form... I personally find men with faces more attractive than snakes." Bea wasn't exactly how their relationship terms were, but she assumed she could make a comment like that with a certain level of boldness.

Adelaide: "I'll spin the rope and you jump." Adelaide said as she started to spin the rope.

Boa: Fine then. Boa changed into his normal form, sitting right next to Bea, his shoulder touching her's. "At least Niome isn't here instead of Cora."

Cora: Cora nodded with another childish smile. "Yeah, ok." The stood behind the rope, glancing up (or rather down) at Adelaide.

Bea: Bea's eyes gave an amused twinkle and she brushed her shoulder back. Then, as Boa mentioned Niome, and scooted slightly away again. "Um... yeah." Bea looked down, starting to swing her legs over the branch again.

Adelaide: "I hope you're good at this." Adelaide said before she started speeding up spinning the rope.

Boa: "That was an odd day." Boa said moving back closer to Bea. "Don't trip Cora." Boa joked.

Cora: Cora tried her best to keep up with a quickening rhythm, and replied between ragged breaths, "I hope so too."

Bea: Bea noted the way Boa gravitated towards her again, but left it in the back of her mind as she said, "Yes it was. But I got to meet Cora, which is a plus. Speaking of," Bea looked down at the panting daughter of Aglaea, "She looks like she's just about to. C'mon down from your hidey spot and say hi with me."

Adelaide: "You're sounding tired so do you want to stop?"

Boa: "Race you down." Boa said as he turned into a black mamba snake and just slithered quickly down the tree and behind Adelaide, where he turned back into his normal self.

Cora: Cora nodded and panted, leaning over and placing her hands on her knees, "Just... a ... quick break." Cora said with a small smile. Cora saw a shape slither down the trunk of the tree behind Adelaide and form into the snake nymph she loosely knew. Wiping a lock of her hair off her slightly damp forehead, Cora gave a shy wave. "Boa, is it?" Cora asked, continuing her wave of confidance.

Bea: Bea slid down the tree after Boa, wiping a spot of tree sap off her palm. Bowing with a charming grin, Bea gave a cool wink and said, "And Bea. At your service, m'lady."

Adelaide: Adelaide turned around to see, in her opinion, a rather tall boy and a blonde girl. "Where did you two come from?"

Boa: "Yeah I'm Boa, the guy your sister was flirting with when you first came here. Well, me and Bea were sitting up in the tree behind you, just watching and talking"

Cora: Glancing at Bea, she said quietly, "Right. You." She balled up her hands and winced thinking about the way her twin entered camp.

Bea: Bea smiled, jabbing her thumb over her shoulder to gesture to the tree behind them while Boa replied to Adelaide. "So Cora, I see you two have been busy." Looking at the young girl, Bea asked, "What's your name darling?"

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