Name:Charlotte 'Charlie' Jones
God Parent:Thantos but lives in Hades cabin (Read History for explinantion)
Mortal Parent:Margret Jones
Appearance:Raven haired with pale almost deathly skin. The only real color and you see on her in the slight pink that covers her cheeks and the pale pink of her lips. Her eyes were once a warm brown, but now they've taken on a dull grey as if the color was sucked out of them.
Personality:The one thing that was not robbed from her in her stay in the Underworld was her natural curiosity that she has for everything and her super-directness which gets her in trouble quite a bit. She says what she thinks and really doesn't try to sugar coat it too much.
History:Born in 1860 in the middle of the Victorian Era to Margret Jones and Thantos.Thantos was actually a prominent figure in the raising of his daughter adn tried to stay with them as long as he could, but all Gods have to leave someday. And when he did Charlotte's mother never tried to hide her Father's true powers and form from her daughter, and due to this Charlotte seems to grow up faster than most children. This is partly due to the fact that when she was five she walked up to her Grandpa and hugged him, saying she was sad that he was going to die soon. The next day Her Grandfather Jones died in a hunting accident when another man's rifle misfired and it struck her Grandfather in the back. From then on Charlotte tried to use her powers to find the dying and calm them and ease their passage into the Underworld. Due to this she was often around the poorer children in London and was eventually exposed to diphtheria and died of it in the summer of 1878. Thantos morned his bekoved daughter's loss and debated wheather or not to truly make her die, but Charlotte knew her time had coome and told her father not to prolong it. After she was brought to the Underworld adn sent to the Elysian fields, Thantos often met with her and they talked to each other from opposite sides of the river Styx for many many years. He told her of the changing world and all of the new gadets adn she listened. One day Persephone caughter them and saw how Thantos morned Charlotte's death. Persephone then went to Hades and begged him to allow Charlotte one more chance at life. Hades, pitying his fellow God, agreed and then gave Thantos a deal. Charlotte could leave the Underworld and once live again as a demigod, but only if she stayed in the Hades cabin and workes their as a maid and compainion to his children to be Hades' eyes and ears on the surface in Camp Half-Blood. and once she dies again she must spen the rest of eternity in the underworld as a maid and compainion to Persephone, whom Hades had noticed had a soft spot of the child. Another part of the agreement was that Charlotte must never speak of the true reason why Hades gave her back her life of she would be taken back into the underworld, and he would make her a wordless spirit, who would stay with his wife, but would be unable to say a word to anyone at all.Thantos quickly agreed and Charlotte was sent up to Camp Halfblood to for fill her duty as their protector
Weapons: A Stygian Iron Lance that transforms into a cane that ws given to her by her father in 1873
Why would Hades feel that having Thanatos' child stay in the Hades Cabin was a fit payment for what he did to bring her back to life.....it seems it would be an insult to Hades' kids that he would think they need protection from a child of Thanatos, personally I would change that to payment more fitting for Hades, something that maybe doesn't insinuate his kids are weak.--BachLynn(Send an Owl!) 20:18, July 10, 2011 (UTC)
I Understand where your coming from there. I think the reason why he would want her to stay in the Hades cabin would be more so that it appears he is getting something out of the deal, otherwise all the gods would just approach him and ask him to bring their dead children to life, which would cause many issues. So if he makes it appear like he is doing this to help him and his children instead of helping Thantos, the other gods will leave him alone. Plus if she stays near the Hades cabin He can watch over her and make sure she doesn't breech their agreement. (See history I edited some)Also Hades wants to keep up his appearance as the God of the Underworld, he wouldn't want to look too soft now would he? And instead of being a protecter, maybe she could act more like a maid, keep the cabin clean, run errands for his children, and other such things. Also another part of the deal could be that once she dies this time, she has to spend the rest of eternity as Persephone's compainion and personal maid in the underworld . I hope this clears somethings up.Bctcz 00:15, July 11, 2011 (UTC)
Well I'm still thinking it might be confusing if she's in the Hades cabin living, maybe she's forced to be of service to them, like she always has to do what a Hades' kid asks, but still lives in Thanatos' cabin?--BachLynn(Send an Owl!) 05:03, July 12, 2011 (UTC)
Yeah that's a good compromise. I'll do that instead :DBctcz 05:06, July 12, 2011 (UTC)