Problem Child - Member of the Champion of Othrys
Owned by: Riri25

“Men in rage strike those that wish them best.” - Shakespeare, Othello
Fen is less polite than he lets on. Because of his curse, he's got a split personality. Sometimes he can't tell the difference between right and wrong. He's like a wild dog, tamed only if it's done by the right person, otherwise, he's a ruthless beast who'd want nothing but your blood. This also makes him vulnerable. It's like he's protecting something that isn't there, or doing something just to make the intangible being proud, or proving himself worthy. When he's sane, Fen is very careful with his words, and does his best to maintain his constantly boiling temper. This leads him to be moderately patient, borderline collected, and quiet; but there is one clear trait to him, and that's vengeful. Of course, after everything he has gone through, Fen has a fair reason to want revenge. He has a habit of biting his lip, and sometimes his hands quiver out of stimulation of a certain emotion, for example, fear or anger. The walls around Fen's heart are cold, he's pushed a lot of people away from his life at this point, so the walls have gotten tougher. But he's generally approachable unless he's experiencing a phase of the curse. One should run away if he is.

"She's gone."

The crying that followed made Alecto feel horrible and empty. The house was empty, only his mother and him and the local healer, who announced the death. His younger sister, Caime, was the third in their family to have fallen from the plague. First was his father, then his brother Kairos followed not long after. Now, it was only him and his mother, Megara. The plague in Athens was only getting worse. Everyday when Alecto walked out of his house, the masses of rotting bodies piled on the streets only increased. His father and brother were somewhere in that pile, and now, Caime would join them. It was morbid, sickening. The pandemic was unstoppable.

Alecto was one of the lucky few who have managed to evade the terrible disease, but his mother, although she was evidently trying not to show it, had the early symptoms. This knowledge pained Alecto, especially as his mother downplayed it. He couldn't lose the only family he had left. Months passed, and the disease worsened, and as did his mother's health. Alecto was beginning to blame Apollo. Apollo was the god of Plagues, and what kind of God left people in their state of weakness and near-death? He was furious. Alecto cursed Apollo, and in this state of growing madness, he swore to destroy everything related to the god.

From relics, to statues, to laurel trees, his sacred animals, he'd destroy and slaughter them all. Alecto showed no mercy to these things. His mother wanted him not to stop, she warned him that the god would curse him if he continued this madness. Alecto didn't listen. He kept doing it. One day, he met Eva. Eva was a healer, but she blamed herself for being unable to heal the Greeks out of their epidemic. She was on the brink of suicide, even, but Alecto stopped her before she tried. That was how their friendship started: they begin meeting up regularly, and gradually became closer. Before he knew it, Alecto was harboring feelings for the pretty woman.

All this shattered when Alecto found Eva using her powers to heal an injured raven in the field where they usually met. The light coming out of her palms proved enough for Alecto. The rage he felt was indescribable. He slaughtered both Eva and the bird out of complete ire. It was too late when Alecto came out of this reverie: Eva's dress was stained with crimson, blood was pooling out of where he stabbed her. He horrified himself, the guilt was even worse. You would think that was already bad enough to live with, but then Apollo himself appeared in front of Alecto. The words of Alecto's mother echoed through his head, and for once, the man regretted his desire for revenge.

Apollo cursed him, naturally. "Your first born son, and his sons after him, shall be driven to madness when he turns 19. This is your punishment for having taken the life of my precious child." Those words repeated themselves through Alecto's head for decades to come, until the birth of his first son. Apollo's curse was true, when Alecto's first son turned 19, he was psychotic. Alecto himself couldn't stop the boy from killing everything in sight. This curse carried on from generation to generation, long after the death of Alecto and his son, and his son, and so on.

Camela was a descendant of Alecto, born sometime in the 1750's. Her older brother, Ashton, as she knew, was a madman. She was aware of the curse, and oh boy, she wished her ancestor didn't go f*ck up like that. It was a terrible, terrible pain to bear with. Camela and her family could barely restrain her brother. It was like handling a baby, only this was a one grown man. Then one day, Camela just ran off, leaving her family to deal with the mess that was her brother. Running away, was most likely the worse way of dealing with one's problems. But she was tired and wanted anything except having to deal with Ashton's psychopathy. She traveled, under the pseudonym Louise. She met Prometheus, who was aware of the curse the family bore. But even so, they had an affair. Camela was pregnant a month later, when Prometheus had left. She was anything but ecstatic. The curse, the curse would go through her child.. as long as he wasn't a son. Camela prayed and prayed that the child would be born a girl.

It was a boy. Camela, too scared to deal with the outcome, left him to an orphanage. But the woman left a note, Beware at the age 19, son. I apologize for everything. The boy was simply named Fen. No surname, he didn't have one. Fen found his way around, even after reading the note, when the patrons gave it to him at 10, he didn't understand, but he took Camela's word. So he, along with several others, fended for themselves. Growing up, he had the mates in his orphanage. They stood for one another. Fen lived... fairly ordinarily and oblivious to the supposed curse he bore as a first son. It was a mouthful, to bear with a curse and be a demigod at the same time. However, as Prometheus' son, Fen only felt the symptoms of a demititan at 14. Stymphalian birds, large, spine-chilling monsters chased after him. It was only fortunate another demigod was there and saved him from a gory death. A son of Zeus, struck the birds with lightning. The boy's name was Sage, he had black hair and very unique facial features. His grey eyes were very striking. Sage had just finished a quest and was heading back to camp when he found Fen. He made Fen follow him to a place called, "Camp Half-Blood", where it was safe for someone like him. Fen was so confused, but did so. He unwillingly left everything behind for this stranger, but Sage was kinda cute.. this was scandalous.

Mid-way to getting to the place, Sage and Fen found themselves in a hotel. Not any normal hotel, this was the Lotus Hotel,he or back in those days, the Lotus Inn. They fell into it's spell, and didn't leave, for a very, very long time. By the time they broke out of it, with the help of Sage's realization and him snapping Fen out of it too, it was the 21st century. Fen and Sage were startled at the change of atmosphere, and were gawking at everything. They eventually adjusted to the change, but they both agreed that a lot of things made no sense. Those reality shows on that moving picture box device thing (apparently, they're called televisions) made no sense, neither did the vehicles with wheels, this was the first time Fen had seen something without a horse pulling it. The duo stuck out of society like two sore thumbs.

The days went like this: earning money by street performing, running away from monsters every other hour, sleep on a bench in the park, walk to the destination. Sage had assumed the location of this camp hadn't changed, so these two were stuck on a leisure marathon all the way to New York City. Sometimes they had to fight a few monsters; stymphalian birds, harpies, chimeras, hellhounds, the whole lot. They sometimes did the thing other Americans did, "hitch hike" as they call it. The people who brought them to the destinations were friendly enough, however was one time this one taxi driver was a scythian dracaenae in disguise, but Sage killed her with this bronze metal sword. Speaking of Sage, Fen didn't know what to make of him. He was a companion, a really good friend, not to mention, real handsome. What the hell was he gonna do?

They were staying in a simple motel, and Fen was watching a moving picture film that the 21st century called "a movie". Sage was there too, having just came out from showering. Fen didn't know what happened in the rest of it, but Sage had kissed him. It was the most vibrant memory he had of that night. It was the most confusing one too. Eventually, the two found camp. They only survived because of Sage's prowess in combat, Fen would say. When Fen went through the borders, he was immediately claimed a son of Prometheus. For some reason after that, Sage drew a little distant from him, much to Fen's confusion. However, Sage started talking to him again in the few days that came affterwards.

For the next four years, Fen was in and out of camp every one or two weeks, sometimes alone, sometimes with Sage, sometimes with others. Fen just really liked to travel often, and fight monsters he came across. He was completely adjusted into the new century, and he still had that complicated relationship with Sage, which would probably remain complicated for all he knew. Sometimes they talked, sometimes the back haired male just outright ignored him. Sometimes they kissed, sometimes Sage pushed him away for days, occasionally even weeks. He didn't know why. Sage was an eccentric male, he was unpredictable as he was smart. Maybe that's why Fen liked him so much. He was content with the life he lived, however.. something had to change eventually. A year later, Fen had just turned 19, and he was in camp after a recent trip out. He faintly remembered that note his mother gave him centuries ago, he just couldn't figure out what. He did remember it was a warning. Another week after his coming of new age, Fen and Sage were assigned to a quest, along with three others. Sage was taking the lead. It was a rabid demigod, who's been heard of causing chaos by killing both nymphs and demigods in Chicago.

Turns out, the demigod responsible for so many deaths was a daughter of Asteria, who happened to be.. a titan. Instead of retrieving the demigod.. they killed her. Sage killed her, much to Fen's horror and disbelief. That was when he realised, Sage had a grudge against titans. It actually all made sense to Fen now. He practically ignored demititans at camp, the harsh glares at the cabins, and him on and off hating and loving Fen... he asked Sage why. Sage gave him a simple answer of: "A group of demititans killed my family all those years before, I won't forgive what they've done." This led to a clash between the two, it resulted in Sage's attempt to kill Fen. Fen's curse may have been triggered by this sudden change in Sage. The madness consumed him, and in blind rage he killed his complicated lover, and then the other terrified questors. He felt betrayed, he felt devastated, and he just lay next to Sage's corpse, not making a sound as tears fell over his face.

Fen knew he couldn't go back to camp, so he ran away with what little supplies he had left. He had showed exactly what Sage had thought of demititans, and he knew.. he knew that will never change even after Sage's death. Sage's beliefs that demititans were evil, heartless, very well then, he'll show him just exactly how heartless he is. Fen, especially now with his newfound curse, was somewhat of a rageful warrior. He killed, he plundered, so on and on. Each death he caused, both monsters and demigods, died in some sort of horrible way, and no one could stop him. He never forgot Sage, and he never will. Romance never lasted long, not for this mad demititan. Fen, during the time his mind wasn't overturn with ire, eventually heard through grapevines about the rise of this faction called the Champions of Othrys. Fen decided, he should join their cause, but for his own selfish reasons of revenge. Not that he would tell them why, of course. Madness can keep it's secrets.

Basic Info
Full Name: Fen
Titles: Broken Clay
Current Location: The Spire
Affiliation(s): Champion of Othrys
Current Status: Alive
Relationship Status: Single
Born or Created On: Unknown, presumably 1770's
Current Age: Biologically 246, physically 19
Species: Demigod
Nationality: British
Sexuality: Homosexual
Accent: British
OOC Plans & Info
Owned By: Riri25
Inspiration Behind Creation:
Love Interests Char/Owner:
Active RP's: N/A
Created Page On: 02/07/16
Page Last Updated On: 02/07/16
Plans: Champion of Othrys stuff
3/6/9 Month Powers: 3/6/9 Locked

I'm not sure with him, maybe, like most of my characters, I'll let the wind take him anywhere

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  1. Children of Prometheus can fire off small bullets of clay at a very high speed, the bullets would materialize and fire from the user’s fingertips. They can be shot fast enough that they could pierce skin on impact.
  2. Children of Prometheus have the ability to turn the immediate ground into soft clay that acts as quicksand, potentially causing anyone stepping in to fall and sink far enough to not move at all. Gradually, the ground will solidify, allowing everyone trapped to slowly regain their footing.


  1. Children of Prometheus have the ability to coat armor, defenses, and shields with an extra layer of hardened clay that will dull most kinds of attacks for a short time. They are also able to coat weapons with the same material in order to make them unbreakable.


  1. Children of Prometheus excel greatly in wisdom and forethought, allowing them to comprehend of what is true coupled with optimum judgment as to what action to perform. They are able to take into consideration all variables in a situation, foresee the outcomes and what choices one should make to reach the conclusion they want.
  2. Children of Prometheus can see a few seconds into the future; allowing them to possibly predict the actions of others, but also obscuring their sight at times.


  1. Children of Prometheus are able to trick another person into doing something for them, coming into agreement with them, or revealing a secret to them; nothing guarantees the person will complete the task, if they figure out they are being tricked.
  2. Children of Prometheus have the ability to generate fire or heat in order to ignite things, distract others, combust objects, augment weapons and constructs, or cause anything to be hotter to the point they are cooked, burned or melted. However, once created, they are not able to control it, and the more fire or heat they generate, the more energy it drains them.
  3. Children of Prometheus are able to conjure pure clay, which can be molded into weapons,armor and shields, or any object possible, that are no more than 2 to 3 times the size of the user. However, only one object can be molded at a time, and the user is continuously drained as they create more clay.
  4. Children of Prometheus can telekinetically move clay with their mind, the more moved and the further the distance. The more energy drained.

3 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Prometheus can transmogrify others into clay in order to either petrify them or just render them useless and more vulnerable because they become slower and all soft, muddy, and sludgy. The more people affected and the longer the transformation is held, the more energy it drains. And people turned into clay cannot be telekinetically moved by children of Prometheus.

6 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Prometheus have the ability to construct a group of clay men or animals with a maximum number of five, which can then be controlled by the mind of their creator. Men and animals summoned this way can only be the normal size of the form they take. While the clay beings fights for the user, the latter has a hard time moving until they are destroyed or dismissed. Alternatively, they can create a golem or a giant animal that is equivalent to five clay men combined altogether, no larger than 2 to 3 times the size of the user.

9 Months After Character is Made

  1. Children of Prometheus have the ability to turn their entire body into clay. This allows them to change their physical aspect and even mold extra limbs and appendages (but not wings), provide a strong dermal armor and enhance their strength by hardening, or even become flexible and elastic. They also do not feel pain in this state. The longer they keep this up, the more energy it drains, and the longer they have to stay nearly immobile after transforming back.


  1. Children of Prometheus are typically wise and intelligent. However, they can also be cunning, crafty, and incline to be like tricksters. But nonetheless, they are able to give convincing counsel, whether good or bad.
  2. Children of Prometheus generally have a morbid fear of eagles and vultures and they tend to not get along with the children of Zeus very well.
  3. Children of Prometheus are always great at molding and shaping clay without use of their powers. With that, they become known as great sculptors and carvers.
Skills & Weapons
Special Skills:
Preferred Weapon: Bow and CB arrows
Strengths: Curse
Weaknesses: Curse
Quests/Missions Led: N/A
Quests/Missions Been On: N/A

“Despite all my rage, I am still just a rat in the cage.” ― Billy Corgan
Possessions & Favourite Things
Bedroom: N/A
Pets: N/A

Colour: Crimson
Music: Classical
Animal: Pitbull
Book: He doesn't read a lot
Quote: "Where vice is, vengeance follows."
Drink: Ale
Other Favs:
Appearance & More Images
Model: Adam Prucha
Gender: Male
Eye Colour: Blue
Hair Colour: Dirty Blonde
Height: 5'9
Weight: Average
Ethnicity: Greek
Handedness: Left
Shoe Size: 10?
Blood Type: B
Voice: Baritone
Distinguishing Marks: None
Body Style: Lithe, lean
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Family & Childhood Info
Mother: Camela
Father: Prometheus
Creator: None
Half-Siblings: Half-siblings
Other Relatives: Alecto (ancestor)
Home: The Spire
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General Info
Nicknames: Just Fen
Native Language: English
Character Flaw: Curse
Fears/Phobias: Curse
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Moral Compass: It's broken
Most Important Person Before: Sage?
Most Important Person Now: ???
Reacts to Crises: Curse
Faces Their Problems: CURSE
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Current Job:
“...And you, you better run because I'm going to destroy you for what you've taken from me.” - Samantha Young, Blood Will Tell
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Sleeping Habits: Amnesia
Attitude: Silent
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Social Skills: Uh
Other Info
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Personal Tragedy: Curse
One Wish: Break this bloody curse
Relationship Info
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First Impression: Quiet
Family/Friends Like Most? ???
Family/Friends Like Least? Curse


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