Powers of a Child of Apate [ 3/6/9 Month Powers locked ]:
Children of Apate have the minor ability to create illusions of attacks so realistic that they are most likely to catch an enemy off guard; however, if they miss they are left vulnerable to counter attack.
Children of Apate are able to command a weapon to go against it's master's will. However, they cannot command a weapon bigger than them. Also, the master of the weapon can resist the will of the weapon. Once the effect has wore off, the weapon is immune to further effects of it.
Children of Apate are able to make the objects in a small area shift appearance or location, confusing those who will see it. While the skill is in effect, it continuously drains the user.
Children of Apate are able to trick charging enemies to face the opposite directions and charge at those directions instead. The more enemies and the longer the distance, the more it drains the demigods. After the effects have wore off, enemies will be immune to further effects of it for the battle.
Children of Apate are innately able to see through lies, illusions or any form of deceit, as they are innately so well skilled with deceit themselves.
Children of Apate have the innate ability to confuse, mislead or deceive others for a short time, the longer they try and keep up with the lies/deceptions, the more energy it drains
Children of Apate are able to make a fake copy of an object not bigger than them, but they must clearly imagine the object in their minds for it to completely imitate the original object. Also, if the original object possess magical properties or whatsoever, the imitation will not copy those properties.
Children of Apate can use their powers to lure someone into lying or coming into agreement with them when they truly don't want to without the person influenced even noticing. The bigger the lie, the more power drained. A person with a strong will can fight this, and most will remember being deceived shortly after.
Children of Apate are able to mimic sounds or the voice of a person or creature they already heard speaking or making noise. The quality of the mimicry depends on the focus and skill level of the user.
3 Months After Character is Made
Children of Apate can create illusions in order to twist other's perception of reality or make everyone around them see something that isn't really there. However, the illusion isn't physical and therefore is only a trick of sight. The bigger the change in perception, the more power drained. They can also delude single individuals in the same fashion.
6 Months After Character is Made
Children of Apate are able to make a copy of their body, that they are mentally connected to, but cannot interact with its physical environment. It can be used to spy on others, bring back intel, distract others, carry messages, etc. It drains the user moderately.
9 Months After Character is Made
Children of Apate are able to make a copy of their body, that they are mentally connected to. It is essentially a real copy of themselves, with all their powers to a weakened extent and can actually interact with their surroundings, however while the copy is active the user is entirely incapacitated. While the copies are active, the user is drained, so the longer the copy is active the more they are drained. Once the copy is gone, they must wait a substantially long time before making another copy.
Children of Apate tend to be treacherous, fond of treachery or amused by it.
Children of Apate are cunning, sly and uneasily fooled.
Children of Apate are very good liars and at making alibis.
Children of Apate are good at forging signatures and hacking systems.
Children of Apate have deceit "intuitions", meaning they may have a hunch if someone will try to deceive them. However, their predictions may not be accurate every time.
Given Name [ Axel ]
Father of Peace
Middle Name [ Sebastian ]
Surname [ Roarke ]
The Hunger Games
Sorry Not Sorry by Demi Lovato
A Dalmatian called Spotz
Rugby, American Football
To feel fulfilled in life
Coming to Camp
To have a legacy
Coming to Camp
First monster attack
Ezekiel Roarke was always the quietest of the bunch at school. Ordinary, nothing to make him stand out against the crowd. Nobody every expected anything particularly exciting to happen to him, many believing he'd just lead an average life and serve as a statistic for a census, ultimately. And, to some extend, he believed that himself too - as hard as it was for him to admit that to himself. As a result of always being told there was no point in trying to make himself something, Ezekiel never did which is why, when eh ran into Apate and mated with her, everyone was shocked to say the least.
Ezekiel had met Apate at a bar by the beach in his home city of Los Angeles. The latter sat beside him and struck up a conversation and, although seemingly nervous, Ezekiel was able to converse for a good hour or so with the goddess. By this point he was incredibly intoxicated but sober enough to give consent to Apate and, well, the two had a one night stand. He left the bar soon after the night's events, extremely happy with how the night had transpired. Never did he expect that, in less than a month, he'd be seeing the same woman and finding out his child was a demichild. The exchange between the two was brief and, although it took some convincing, Ezekiel believed wholeheartedly that Apate was telling the truth. He listened to her intently as she told him of the steps and milestones their child would face in his life. With the goddess leaving, Ezekiel took the child in and named him Axel.
Half ashamed of the nature of Axel's birth, Ezekiel told his son and family (and anyone who asked, really) that he and a woman had gotten serious and had planned to move in together and start a live with one another, Axel being the first part of that plan but, sadly, the woman deceived him and left. Many took pity on him which is why he was able to feel special, a standout now.
Axe had a very ordinary childhood, a mini Ezekiel in the making. He never stood out amongst the crowd at elementary school and just did what he had do when he was told to. He was one to shy away from attention and whilst having an academic prowess, never showed it as he never volunteered in class.