"Set your course by the stars, not by the light of every passing ship."
Age: 20 Height: 5'7" Weight: 120-ish lbs.
Sexuality: Aro ace Relationship Status: Single
Birth Place: Mountain View, California Main Weapon: CB sword
– "It is not in the stars to hold our destiny, but in ourselves."
Children of Astraeus have the ability to conjure weapons out of plasma 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.
Children of Astraeus have the ability to focus an intense beam of plasma which will burn anything it touches.
Children of Astraeus have the ability to summon a cluster of miniature stars directly in front of them which can be used to block incoming attacks; the stars, however, dissipate quickly.
Children of Astraeus generate an orbit around themselves for a short time, all attacks and people near the user get caught in the orbit, causing them to fly around, unable to attack the user. The user cannot move while the orbit is active.
Children of Astraeus are innately stronger during the night.
Children of Astraeus have the innate ability to see in all directions at once during the night.
Children of Astraeus can innately adapt to most natural planetary environments within reason, meaning they're less likely to die of heat stroke and hypothermia.
Children of Astraeus have the ability to create temporary light sources, similar to concept of a flare, which will alight an area or blind an enemy for a short time.
Children of Astraeus can manipulate the force of gravity of the planet and change the direction and force of it. They can cause items to float or stick to the ground for a short time or cause them to fly into a certain direction. Once the curse wears off, the item is immune to further use of it for a moderate time.
Children of Astraeus have the ability to use the gravity pull of the planet to slow down enemies for a short time, 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 Astraeus can limit gravity’s effect on their own bodies, causing them to float up and fly. The longer they fly the more it drains them.
3 Months After Character is Made
Children of Astraeus have the ability to conjure a small supernova, which will burn at anything in its wake on a 10m radius, as well as producing a loud booming sound coming from the explosion. It cannot differ friend from foe and will affect anyone or anything nearby.
6 Months After Character is Made
Children of Astraeus have the power to cause up to three constellations to appear in their physical forms to fight alongside them. Each constellation will appear as an enlarged version of the thing it is based on except for human based constellations such as Orion which will be the size of a human. Constellations will dissipate after a short time, leaving the user moderately drained. Ex: If the user summons the Cancer constellation, it will be a giant crab that cannot be bigger than 2 or 3 times the size of the user.
9 Months After Character is Made
Children of Astraeus have the ability to change the surface and mass of their bodies to reflect the surface and mass of a planet in the solar system of their choice for a short time. For example, if the user wishes to turn their body into flames, they would adopt the surface of Mercury. No matter which planet they choose to assimilate with, they will be extremely drained after the transformation and they can only use the power once per fight. They may switch planets while in this state. Ex: The user is reflecting Earth to reach an opponent and then reflects Mercury to attack them. Once in this state, they lose access to their other powers. Excluding those that are passive.
As Mercury, the user’s body would be continually be on fire without injuring the user. In this state it is extremely difficult for enemies to look upon the user as the fire burns so bright it would blind them or severely damage their eyesight.
As Venus, the user becomes surrounded with thick, toxic clouds that obscure them from view. As the clouds are toxic anyone who tries to touch them will be poisoned and become sick and nauseous. However, if they manage to get through the clouds they will be burned by the lava state of the user’s body, as Venus is an extremely hot planet.
As Earth, the user’s body becomes gravelly and made of dirt, and the user may leave trails of gravel and dirt behind them as they walk. However, in this state the user has the ability to merge with the earth and travel wherever they please.
As Mars, the user’s body becomes coated in fine red dust that falls off as they move. The surface of their body is cut by fine veins of water that can be used to shoot at people in sharp streams.
As Jupiter, the user becomes intangible and they float about half a foot from the ground, as Jupiter is a gas giant planet. They also become extremely cold and toxic as Jupiter is surrounded by ammonia clouds.
As Saturn, the user is granted the ability to fly, as the planet is another gas giant. The appearance of the user is blurry and hard to make out the features of.
As Uranus, the user gains blue skin, and their appearance is also blurred similarly to if they assimilated to Saturn. As Uranus is classified as an ice planet, the user has the ability to freeze anything they come in contact and they can move quickly as there are extremely fast winds on Uranus.
Children of Astraeus often wield innate knowledge of constellations, space and other planets in the solar system.
Children of Astraeus can tell the time, date and their location simply by looking at the sky.
Children of Astraeus typically dream of becoming astronauts, to explore the stars and other planets.
Owned by: Nata ~ Posted on: 01:48, March 14, 2017 (UTC)
❝There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. There is no greater pain than suffering in the depths of your own mind. One day, I will break.❞
Twin katana blades, two throwing axes, and a pack of daggers
Aria: With most of her cabinmates running out and about for the day, Aria decided to stay in the Astraeus Cabin and man the planetarium in case anyone came by. It was a melancholy, overcast afternoon, precisely the type of weather that often prompted introspective campers to find refuge in libraries or planetariums, Aria had found. Smiling, she removed the lens cover from the telescope and dimmed the cabin lights in preparation for anyone who chose to drop by.
Elijah: Eli promptly tugged his thick turquoise scarf tighter around his neck as he wandered around the vast cabin. Although he wasn't cold whatsoever, he found that wearing a scarf felt more comfortable, so he did as he wished. He had one point overheard about the cabin having a planetarium, but he couldn't find the pathway to it, so he simply continued wandering until he did. The concrete layer of pain and sorrow Eli usually carried with him had thinned, and he felt very relaxed as opposed to usual. He supposed it was because of the serenity of the cabin. It took him awhile but he finally discovered the way to the planetarium, so he treads up there lightly, careful to keep his footsteps soft and silent.
Aria: Aria's ambient night vision kicked in under the darkness of the planetarium, and though she didn't hear her cabinmate's approach, she saw him walking through the entrance, his head nearly tall enough to graze the doorframe. "Hey there, Elijah, right?" she asked, remembering the turmoil surrounding his arrival at Camp. Aria would never forget a face, especially one linked to such an unforgettable event. She hadn't talked much to her reclusive half-sibling ever since first welcoming him to the cabin, but now was as good a time as any. She turned around from the control panel of the planetarium and nodded respectfully to her cabinmate. "Haven't talked to you in a while! Here to see the planetarium?"
Elijah: He looked up and nearly froze in his spot. It's not like he didn't know who Aria was, he remembered her from his first day at camp—he shivered as he registered it—but he wasn't comfortable around the cabin counselor. Okay, he wasn't comfortable around any campers but Sylvio and Rylus but still. He comprehended the things the girl said, only nodding in response to whatever. Haven't talked to you in a while! Here to see the planetarium? It was tempting to roll his eyes. We've never talked before. One-sided conversations exist, he thought but never displayed it verbally, just nodded again.
Aria: The way Elijah had frozen up reminded Aria of nervous students being abruptly called by teachers back in school. Misinterpreting his discomfort around her as surprise from her sudden greeting, Aria internally vowed to make up for startling her cabinmate by helping him relax a little. "Well, here at Camp, you can't have the genuine planetarium experience without some hot chocolate," she joked. Aria always made hot cocoa for the planetarium's visitors ("warm drinks and a warm welcome," after all), and if her half-sibling were anything like her, simply watching the stars would be a relaxing experience in itself. She placed a fresh mug on the coffee table near the couch and let Elijah decide whether to take it or not. In the meantime, Aria began to give him a tour of the planetarium's functions. "Right now, the ceiling is displaying what the sky here will look like at midnight tonight, factoring in light pollution." Returning to the control panel, she twisted a knob. "Over the next minute, the display will gradually transition into what the same sky would look like without any light pollution at all."
Elijah: He watched Aria with a simple yet observatory eye. He gave her no response and gave the mug of hot chocolate sitting on the wobbly coffee table a hard glare, though his facial expression made no evident change. If this had been the old Eli, he would've complained about there being no marshmallows. But the old Eli didn't watch his friend be crushed by a cyclops, and the old Eli didn't witness his mother being torn to shreds by hellhounds. The old Eli hadn't murdered people, and the old Eli definitely wouldn't be standing here right now. The old Eli would be dead. The old Eli is dead. Along with all the other poor souls who inhabit his mind with their horrifying screams. Eli relaxed his fingers and shook his head, loosening the tense muscles in his neck. He ignored the hot chocolate now growing cold, prodded the voices of his growing insanity back into a far too small closet, and nodded as if he was listening to a word Aria said.