Powers of a Child of Pandia [ 3/6/9 Month Powers locked]:
Children of Pandia have the ability to form weapons out of pure moonlight which can be used for combat; however, only one weapon can be conjured at a time and it cannot be bigger than the one who conjured it. Non-combative objects can also be made out of this, but cannot generate any electricity as moonlight does not have any working parts.
Children of Pandia have the ability to focus an intense beam of moonlight which will burn anything it touches.
Children of Pandia have the ability to create a protective dome of pure solid moonlight which will defend them from attacks for a short time.
Children of Pandia have the ability to bend the moonlight around them, concealing them for a short time. If the child attacks while in this state, it automatically wears off. So the power is purely defensive.
Children of Pandia can see perfectly at night as if it were day.
Children of Pandia are innately stronger at night.
Children of Pandia have the ability to generate moonlight to shine so bright that it can blind the beholders for a short period of time or just light up areas for allies, depending on how bright it is. They can create sources of moonlight from a distance and command them to maintain it’s form for a moderate time, but the light cannot be bright enough to harm anyone’s eyes to exist that long.
Children of Pandia have the ability to use the gravity pull of the moon to slow down enemies giving them a high chance to avoid an opponent’s attack or prevent an opponent from avoiding one of the user’s attacks.
Children of Pandia are able to telekinetically move water at a high rate, since the moon has power over the tides. The larger amount of water used, the more energy it drains.
Children of Pandia have the ability to Moonlight Travel, to merge with natural moonlight or moonlight they created themselves and teleport to another source of moonlight. The further the distance traveled, the more energy is drained.
As their mother was the goddess of the nourishing dew, children of Pandia have the ability to force the temperature within a 15 meter radius of them to reach dew point, condensing all the atmospheric water vapour into water droplets and drenching those in the vicinity. The user is immune to the attack, but their allies are endangered.
Children of Pandia receive an enhancement in their powers over gravity. They can enchant themselves, others and nearby objects to become detached from gravity for a short time. People who aren’t willingly freed from gravity can only float a few feet into the air, while the user and their allies can completely fly at their own will. Items under the enchantment can also be crushed by intensifying gravity’s hold on them. They cannot use this to perform overwhelming feats such as crushing buildings.
Children of Pandia can turn their moonlight into tools, objects, weapons and other items, create semi-living constructs and/or create structures/buildings of varying permanence; however, only up to 4 combative/non-combative items or 1 semi-living construct can be conjured at a time and it cannot be larger than roughly 3 times the size of the one that conjured it. Tools may be telekinetically moved by the user’s mind. The longer they maintain combative/non combative items and semi-living constructs, the more it drains their energy, so they are more limited for the time they can keep these things cohesive.
Children of Pandia have the ability to shed their flesh into pure moonlight, granting them the ability to fly and everything they touch intensely burns. Their existing lunakinetic abilities are stronger in this state. The longer they maintain this form, the more energy it drains. When they revert back to their original form, they are drained greatly and cannot even move or could even faint from exhaustion.
Children of Pandia are typically more active during night time especially when the moon is full. Also being in better moods at night and disliking the day.
Children of Pandia often grow up to make great astrologists and enjoy studying constellations.
Children of Pandia have been known to take interest in ayurvedic practices due to its association with astrology.
Children of Pandia nearly always have innate knowledge on the phases of the moon. Ex: They'd be able to tell if the following night will have a full moon and when a new moon will begin.
Given Name [ Lothario ]
Famous warrior; soldier of the people
Middle Name [ Rocco ]
Surname [ di Ambrosia ]
Of Food of the Gods
The Devil Wears Prada
To live a full life
His many escapades
To settle down
Not taking Valentina to Camp with him
Coming to Camp Playing with Valentina when they were younger
Leaving Valentina for the first time
Lothario definitely lives up to his name and finds nothing more fun than flirting with men and women alike. He views it all as harmless fun and, although he'd never go as far to have multiple hookups where he doesn't know the outcome, he does enjoy the odd make-out session and prides himself on his number count currently. Aside from the whole goal of kissing as many people as he can, Lothario is generally a pleasant person to be around. Although sometimes he can be a bit intense in his personality, being comfortable a lot quicker than other people, he means well and tends to be fairly loyal to those he deems his friends. WIP.
Alberto di Ambrosia was a lady's man back in his native Italy so it was no surprise that, when he emigrated to the United Kingdom in his young age that he was able to achieve similar feats. He managed to bed many women from young to old, from all nationalities and, remarkably, able to bed those of different sexualities. One of his biggest feats, and most impressive if you were to ask him, was how he bedded the goddess Pandia. She was like any other woman; they began to talk at a bar and things became friskier and, when he awoke in the morning, Alberto had wrongly perceived as that being that. There was a gap of about a month or so before the same woman knocked on his door and handed him a child. He was confused and she left without an explanation. He named the child Lothario after the nickname he himself had been given and now had to struggle with the life of a single father.
In his early childhood, Lothario didn't have a lot of contact with his father. You see, Alberto had made a name for himself quite quickly in the affluent London and soon the many nights of Alberto struggling to tend to his son were replaced by Lothario being given to a plethora of nannies. Despite many child specialists expressing concerns that inevitably it would lead to a lack of closeness between Lothario and his father, the opposite happened and the two enjoyed a close relationship as Lothario got older.
When he was still young, Lothario gained a younger sister, Valentina. Unlike some, he didn't reject her and welcomed her with as opened arms as a two year-old could. They grew up close, albeit with their frequent bickering, and many traditions were solidified along the way. It was a great sibling relationship, one Lothario would come to cherish as the two got older and things got more complicated.
As a whole, Lothario grew up well. He loved the part of London he lived in, loved the school he went to and was extremely accustomed to the middle class life he had been born into. For him, he saw no reason to change and when change came about when he was roughly twelve years old in the form of a monster attack, needless to say that Lothario was unhinged and uncomfortable.
Lothario was rather lucky with his first monster attack. It was a harpy and, luckily, he was in the company of some satyrs who were protecting various demigods around the area that he lived in and as such they were able to take down the monster with ease. It shook Lothario up - the fact that things out there wanted to kill him specifically. Between his birth and the attack, Lothario's father had learnt a lot about what it meant to raise demigods and as such was fully prepared to give Lothario the sword Pandia had given him and give him basic defence lessons.
The consequent attacks never truly got easier; the older he got the harder they got to match his growing strength and thus Lothario always felt like he was under prepared. Solace came when he went to Camp Half-Blood. Although, at the time, Pandia didn't have a cabin, Lothario was claimed nonetheless and resided at Hermes' Cabin. He did that every year until Pandia had her own cabin, whereby he moved in automatically and settled.
He's been at Camp for a few years now and, although upset he can't see Valentina as much as he once did, he enjoys life all the same.