Name: Cherry Wilson
Divine Parent: Mnemosyne (first) or Themis (second) or Athena (third)
Personality: She's extremely smart, and at times a know-it-all, but is kind and loyal to her friends.Appearance: brown chestnut hair and blue/grey eyes.
History: Cherry was born to mortal Andrew and her mother [Themis/Mnemosyne/Athena]. When Andrew found out about her, he was originally displeased as he didn't want a child. He was often strict to Cherry, and could be abusive at times. However, he gave her a good education, and Cherry was always fond of him. When she entered highschool, she started seeing monsters more and more, and learned of her divine heritage. Her father at first denied these truths, but later admitted to them. He told her of her mother, and Cherry always hoped to meet her. Still, she stayed in the mortal world, as her father wouldn't send her to camp, and a satyr hadn't come and gotten her yet. She managed to graduate high school without too much trouble, a rare occurrence for demigods, and planned on attending college. She got accepted into the most elite schools in the country, wanting to major in English and minor in martial arts study. But then, right before she moved, a monster came and attacked her at her father's house. Cherry had never had much training in fighting, so she was no match for the manticore. She tried hard to protect her father, but to no avail. She knew they would both be killed. Right at that moment, Cherry was blessed by Ares with near invincibility, as he took pride in her will to fight and her interest in martial arts. She killed the monster. Then, Ares told her she wanted her to go to camp, at least for a while. Not wanting to displease him after his blessing, Cherry said goodbye to her father and left for camp. She is still planning on attending college and doesn't plan to stay year round.
What goddess gave her the blessing?
Also, I changed Mnemosyne to first choice for her godly parent.
That would be direct interference and isn't allowed, a rule of the gods themselves.
But it wouldn't be direct interference if some other god gave her the blessing? Say, Ares, perhaps? Because he saw some potential in her and wanted her to get to camp to improve her fighting/etc. I hold with those who favor fire. Gettin' hot in here! 03:47, February 19, 2012 (UTC)