Name: Darrianne Boston
Title: Priestess of Iris
Personality: Darrianne is very bubbly. She doesn't normally get mad or distant, especially around strangers. She doesn't care who you are, she will hug you if she wants. She doesn't know what personal space is and will invade yours. She doesn't like talking about her family or her past and will try to avoid the topic at all costs.
History: Darrianne was born just like any other mortal baby, from two mortals. However, she could see through the mist, unlike most mortals. She didn't think much of this when she was little, as she always had a huge imagination and believed it was just make-believe.
As she aged, however, the sightings became more frequent and she thought she was going crazy. She frequently woke up at night crying either because of fear that the monsters would get her or that she would get sent to an asylum. Her parents also became more concerned about their only daughter.
They sent her to military school when she was 13, in hopes that the "dilusions" would go away with some tough love. She, however, started to dream about them there, and become paranoid. She would wake up at night screaming, and if anybody tried to touch her, she would hit them. The Head Officer tried to talk to her but, she just fell to her knees, screaming something about everything just going away.
By the next morning, she was sent an Asylum, as she was still accusing her Head Leader of being a Cyclops. Iris saw this and started feeling bad. She, and the other goddesses started to discuss the fate of this young girl. Aphrodite didn't really care, Artemis suggested she become a hunter, Hera and Athena wanted to just put her out of her misery and the rest wasn't sure, so, Iris had to make up her mind.
Two years later, Darrianne was taking a little stroll through the Asylum's park when the sprinklers had come on. As the water hit her, she stepped back and, there, in the shimmer of the fresh rainbow the sprinkler was creating, was Iris.
Iris explained that all the Greek myths and legends were true, and that she was one of the very few mortals who could see through the mist. Then, Iris asked her to become her High Priestess. At first, Darrianne was shocked into silence, and then she started to jump around, happy as can be that she was getting out of that crazy home. Then, Iris proceeded to tell her the directions to Camp, where she resides today.
- She Is Able To See Through The Mist
- She Has A Telepathic Connection To Iris
- She Can Conjure Rainbows And Control Them At Will
--Little Unusual Me 22:50, June 9, 2012 (UTC)
Added that part, --Little Unusual Me 01:07, June 10, 2012 (UTC)
Cause they needed mortals to keep the place inconspicuous, and a Cyclops attack, that would at least cause some speculation among the Gods. --Little Unusual Me 01:33, June 10, 2012 (UTC)
I know their monsters. But they're trained Cyclops by their Cyclops leader. It's like a Zoo. The zoo animals are tamed but, in the wild they wouldn't be. --Little Unusual Me 02:52, June 10, 2012 (UTC)
Still, the cyclopes would find some temptation to attack, and, if they're rogue, they would attack, doesn't matter if they're trained by a cyclops leader or not. The military school would be found out somehow, sometime. Dance like nobody's watching, Sing like nobody's listening ~ Elfie 09:34, June 10, 2012 (UTC)
Fine. I changed the whole idea of the military school. No more cyclops. --Little Unusual Me 15:29, June 10, 2012 (UTC)