Name: Faye Heartherton
God Parent: Psyche
Mortal Parent: Benjamin Heartherton
Faction: Ortu Justitiae
Appearance: (See Photo)
Personality: Faye is polite and caring, always willing to help someone in need. Although Faye is kind, she never hesitates to stand up for herself and her beliefs, even when face-to-face with her best friend. Faye is loyal to her friends, but when a friend does not return that loyalty she is deeply hurt. Some of Faye's negatives are her naiveté and gullibility; this is partly due to her quiet, sheltered life in a small town and her trusting disposition. She can be quite blunt and sarcastic. Faye has a natural (and deadly) appreciation and curiosity of the Greek world and all the creatures in it, primarily because she cannot hear their thoughts and feels at peace with them.
Others think of Faye as a nice, innocent person who needs to be protected, but she is perfectly capable of taking care of herself. Her ability to know what people are thinking has occasionally made her feel like an outcast, but she does her best to deal with it. No one is more important to her than her family, though she also likes her independence.
History: Benjamin Chamberlain attended Oxford University training to become a psychiatrist. He was a first year intern at St. Dymphna Asylum. Benjamin is fascinated with a particular subject named Elizabeth Claire and volunteers to analyze her. The more sessions they had, the more he would fall in love with her, even as unprofessional as that sounded. Elizabeth later eloped with the young psychiatrist and consented to sexual intercourse. After their short affair, Elizabeth was admitted free and left Benjamin without a word.
Benjamin was devastated, but moved to London in search of new hope and a better life after being dismissed from his previous job at St. Dymphna. Benjamin fell in love with a young girl named Amelia Pearce who was studying to become a neurologist at a local institution. During their engagement, an infant appeared on the post of his doorstep gazing at him silently with a gleam in her innocent, cobalt eyes. Benjamin wondered where the infant came from and took it inside his house. After finding out that the child was an orphan, Amelia persuaded Benjamin to adopt the child. Shortly after the process of adoption, the couple decided to name her Faye after their previous child who passed away as a result of a pregnancy miscarriage.
When Faye turned seven, a patient who stabbed him in the neck with a pair of scissors murdered Faye’s father. She was left alone in the care of Amelia who was eight months pregnant with Benjamin's son (Faye's half-brother) who would be named Reuben. He would be diagnosed with Down syndrome.
As Faye aged, she caught the unwanted attention of Rowan Pearce, her adoptive uncle. At the age of eleven, Uncle Rowan, Amelia’s brother, sexually molested her. She feared every visit from Rowan. Once, she hid from him. When Amelia found her, Faye revealed her molestation and Amelia cast Rowan out of her life for good.
At the age of twelve, Faye found it difficult growing up. Faye discovered that she was capable of hearing thoughts of people around her. This frightened Amelia who put her through the mental health system. Doctors were baffled by Faye's ability to read the thoughts of others and couldn't find a way to dismiss it. Rather than commit Faye to a psychiatric hospital, Amelia decided to ignore her ability and convinced herself that Faye just had really good observation skills.
Due to being able to hear everyone's thoughts at school, Faye was not able to concentrate properly and many of her teachers determined she was slow. Fellow students thought the same and many of her neighbors were frightened by her or looked down on her supposed lack of intelligence. Children bullied her at school for her seemingly lack of intellect and being related to Reuben, her mentally challenged brother. Faye had a lonely life growing up, but had a friend in Ellie King.
There was one instance where Faye completely lost control of her own abilities. During her high school homecoming (this incident happened at the age of fifteen), a group of girls lead by an Empousa jeered at Faye. Faye left the building to get away from vicious remarks and comments made by the Empousa who was in the guise of a senior student. Once Faye was alone, the Empousa revealed herself to Faye and attacked her. Ellie King who came to console Faye witnessed the attack. As the Empousa loomed over Faye, Ellie unsheathed her sword and stabbed the monster in the back. The Empousa dissolved into a pile of green ash and smoke.
Ellie revealed herself to be a daughter of Circe, minor goddess of magic who was sent to recruit people to the Broken Covenant. She told Faye that she had been watching after her for a while for protection reasons. Ellie also told her that if she can to the BC, she would be safe and secure and ensure that she can take her revenge out on the gods who had cursed her.
Faction reason: Although my time with the mortals hasn't been pleasant, I realize that together we must unit to defeat the corrupt gods. The gods have underestimated us. It is time for them to be cast down from power. They have abandoned us in times when we needed them. No more!
Weapons: Dual Swords
I am assuming this is a WIP?
|Heinrich Alten ~ Leader of the Broken Covenant|
|01:20, April 4, 2014 (UTC)|
|Owned by: Admins & Crats ~ Posted on: "I welcome you to the Broken Covenant, new member. Your faction leader shall see you now."|
Rolling his eyes he mumbles to himself, "Why the hell do we keep getting such useless piece of shit." He sighs, "Fine! You are now a member of Ortu Justitiae; we do not tolerate cowards or worthless people here!"
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