Name: Cameron LaFae
God Parent: Ares, Hermes, or Eros
Mortal Parent: Lena Lafae
Personality: Very easy going and patient. Except when he gets angry or intimidated then he tends to lash out at people and get very aggressive. He's charismatic and charming (sometimes using that to his advantage) and he's always wearing the latest fashion trends. He's sometimes too confident and cocky. He judges everyone equally and thinks that respect should be earned and not given, but he follows orders (But he just doesn't like to do what he's told and sometimes mocks the person giving the order). He loves to help others, but it sometimes comes off as him being nosy. In battle he's aggressive and follows a "shoot first, ask questions later" policy. He's openly homosexual and is a very active supporter of the LGBT community and supports it so much he isn't afraid to pound sense into people who discriminate against him. He's religious and has his own Book of Shadows because he is a Wicca**.
- Just because he is a Wicca does NOT mean he has any magical powers, it's his religion and nothing more.
History: Lena LaFae was a young Wicca who worked three jobs to support herself: One as a stylist, and owner of a magick shop, and a cashier at a weapons shop. She met Cam's dad at the weapon's shop. His name was Julius Stewart and he often brought Lena weapons for her boss to sell. There they would flirt, but wouldn't act on it. It wasn't until Julius decided to ask Lena out when their relationship started to blossom. Their relationship lasted for a long time, about a year. During that year Lena found out she was pregnant with Julius's child.
Cameron Nicholas LaFae was born in Boston, Massachusetts on April 25th. When he was born Julius told Lena to do a Wiccca Patron God ritual on Cameron. Julius was the god that Lena performed the ritual for, making Cameron his and when Cameron becomes a certain age he will be his servant. Lena, not knowing that Julius was a god, performed the ritual with ease. And right after the ritual Julius left and Lena was left heartbroken and devastated. However, Lena continued to work and provide for Cameron and help him have a normal life.
Cameron had a normal life in Boston, he went to school, had friends, lived life as any child should. But, he could never shake the feeling that he was being watched now and then. As he got older he got into more trouble. He got into fights, petty larceny, shoplifting, and was in huge amounts of trouble. Cam was sent to a juvenile detention center for a couple months and it scared him straight and made him tougher. After he learned MMA and fencing, he was good at it and become captain of the high school's team. Also he worked in his mom's magick shop and led a normal life.
The fight that had Cameron end up in the juvenile detention center was a strange one. He was twelve and he was halfway through his first year of middle school. There was this popular girl who he just hated, Scarlet Fisher. And every guy who she dated seemed to go missing, like they fell off of the face of the planet. So Cameron decided to do some investigating so he could blackmail her into doing what he wanted. He went to her house, which turned out to be a cave disguised as a regular house. In the house there were dead bodies of the guys she dated, and some demigods that were there to kill her (he saw the orange t-shirts that said: Camp Half-Blood). He was attacked by her and she turned out to be an empousa. They fought hand to hand to hand, Cam had taken taikwando since he was ten and he was pretty good at it. However, it wasn't good enough. He got a horrible beating until he stumbled upon a recently dead guy with a Celestal Bronze sword. Cameron grabbed it, after freeing it from the guy's cold dead fingers. He slashed at the monster and it turned to dust. What he didn't expect was for someone to hear the noise being made when they fought and them then calling the police. The police arrived and saw all the dead bodies, but after testing was done they only tried Cameron for one death. He was found guilty due to his finger prints being on the body. He served five years and was let out on good behavior.
The summer he was let out he went to Montaulk, New York on Vacation. There he saw something strange. He saw two guys, in the same orange t-shirts he saw on some of the dead bodies in Scarlet's cave. They were fighting two snake like creatures (Basilisks), which was weird as hell to him. Intrigued by the sight, but not horrified by it, Cam watched them. Then he followed them, not afraid that he was going to be killed by them. Then they found out that Cam was following them when they were very close to the camp boarder. Cam demanded answers from them right then and now. But the demigods told him he'd just have to wait a couple more minutes. Cam didn't want to wait so he grabbed one of them and held them up against a tree, restating his previous demand for answers. The other demigod pulled Cam off and told him to just wait. Begrudgingly, Cam waits until they get to the camp where he then was claimed by his parent.
Weapons: A plain celestal bronze sword from the dead demigod from Scarlet's cave.
Other: Good fencer and fighter because he learned that naturally. Knows a lot about regular mythology because he learned it from being a Wicca. Talks in a Boston dialect.
How old was he when he first faced his monster attack?
The least he'd do, as a minor, for a full blown murder charge is 10 years, 5 if on good behavior. This is only intensified by the fact that there were SEVERAL bodies he took the blame for. Did his mother know Julius was a god? IIRC, Wiccans don't follow Greek Mythology, so even if she did that ceremony thing on Cam, Julius wouldn't be the god to receive the offering if she didn't know and believe he was Ares (or any other god pick).
Wiccas have patron gods and goddesses, who they perform rituals and spells for and ask for guidance and support. So they do follow Greek Mythology as well as any other pantheon of gods. The ritual that is to a patron deity involves no offering. Cam was being dedicated to Ares. To the murder charges: I wasn't really sure of the sentence, I'll change that up. To the did Lena know if Julius was a god: No she didn't think much of it, just trusted Julius to know what was right for their child.
Two members of Camp wouldn't have attacked him when they saw him. If it was clear he could see through the mist he obviously was not a mortal.
Even a child of Ares couldn't have felt that sort of power immediately.