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OmniChaos

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=Viceroy of Rego=
{An OmniChaos, Ordeith, and Orion collaboration}

Ten years have passed since the fall of Xehanort...

Not long after Xehanort met his end, Sora met disaster... One night, his home was attacked by an unknown group of assailants. It was a massacre. Everyone and everything was shredded to pieces, the rooms soaked in their blood. When Sora’s room was investigated, it was found in shambles, more so than the others, his bed split into several pieces, and, like the other rooms, soaked in his blood. From the look of things, he had put up a good fight, but must had been overwhelmed. The only recognizable thing of Sora’s that was found was his glove, his hand still firmly inside. The worlds wept the next day, as what few remains of Sora that were found were cast off to sea in a beautiful casket.

Eight, peaceful years passed. Keyblade Masters old and new began appearing across the worlds, passing along the knowledge and responsibility of the key blade on to new students. The worlds, while not connected to each other physically, but in spirit and in knowledge, created crossroad worlds between themselves, which all flourished into great cities. These crossroad worlds acted as a middle point between worlds, allowing for commerce between worlds, the creation of worldly alliances, travel between different worlds, and much, much more. By the end of those eight years, the number of keyblade wielders had grown significantly and the worlds were all connected in a prosperous web. And while the Heartless and Nobodies continued to exist, their numbers had dropped at a substantial rate, lower than thought possible, thanks to the combined efforts of the numerous keyblade wielders and the worlds’ heroes. With the Heartless and Nobodies no longer a looming threat and the worlds’ prosperity, the worlds had truly reached a Golden Age. However, the prosperous worlds and their joyful inhabitants could not have been prepared for what happened next.

They are called Reavers. Robotic constructs that use hearts as a power source. A Reaver slowly drains everything it can from the heart and converts it into power, which it uses for everything from functioning to attacking. A Reaver continues to drain from the heart until it has nothing left to take, which results in the heart's destruction. These constructs were sent out by a man clad in raven-black armor who goes by the name of The Eclipse King. Bent on total domination, The Eclipse King sent out hordes of Reavers to do his bidding and conquer the worlds. In an attempt to defeat The Eclipse King and stop his rule before it could begin, an exceptionally powerful group of keyblade wielders approached and fought him. While they fought bravely, they ultimately were not enough and fell to The Eclipse King. At that point, mainly because he had come to realized the true threat the keyblade wielders held, The Eclipse King called for a keyblade wielder genocide. It was a horrible time: Large forces of Reavers were sent out to battle the keyblade wielders and either simply cut them down in battle or captured them and transported them back to their base of operation, where they were pitted against The Eclipse King and fell to his blade instead. By the end of that time, which has come to be known as the Black Dawn Genocide, the number of keyblade wielders had almost been completely wiped out.

As the worlds continued to fall to The Eclipse King’s unstoppable army, something strange began to happen. The worlds that had fallen were being swallowed by a dark cloud of haze. Though hardly noticeable at first, as more and more worlds fell to The Eclipse King’s iron fist, the shadow grew stronger and thicker. The light could not pass through the thickening haze and the worlds were left in the perpetual grayness of the growing shadow.

Another year passed since the Black Dawn Genocide and the number of keyblade wielders have dwindled even greater, down to perhaps a few dozen, at best. Deciding that it was unlikely they would be able to survive for long on their own, most of the keyblade wielders were gathered by King Mickey and other leaders of the rebellion and taken to Radiant Garden and the other rebellion worlds, which were hidden from The Eclipse King’s eyes thanks to the powerful magic of Yen Sid and Merlin, to be trained by the few remaining Keyblade Masters in hope to, one day, overthrow the horrible tyrant. While those in Radiant Garden train in peace, they are blissfully unaware of the looming shadow now moving to engulf them in shadow.

[The Reavers]

Patrol Series:

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Transportation series:

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Capture Series:

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Will be updated as more models and series appear.

[Characters]

The Eclipse Army

The Eclipse King:
A mysterious man clad in black armor and gowned in black robes that appeared from no where and, with his great army, began to take over the worlds. He rules as a tyrant over the worlds and any who dare stand up against him are killed.

The Marshals:
Those who serve The Eclipse King, they are his greatest soldiers and are normally sent in his stead to command his Reaver army. As The Eclipse King’s greatest soldiers, the Marshals are incredibly powerful, some even enough to prove a small challenge to The Eclipse King himself, and each one possessed the power of an army.


The Rebellion

King Mickey:
King of Disney Castle and leader of the Rebellion. When Mickey heard about the Eclipse King calling for a keyblade wielder genocide, he called for Merlin and Yen Sid to save and hide as many worlds as they could, firstly being Disney Castle. While he and several others were able to save many key blade wielders, they were forced into hiding when the Black Dawn Genocide began to peak. Once things began to settle down, Mickey and the others set out to look for anyone who survived the slaughtering. His travels took him to numerous worlds, where he discovered nearly half a dozen more keyblade wielders. Mickey moved each keyblade wielder to the rebellion worlds in secret and began to have them trained vigorously with the others for their looming fights to come.

The Keyblade Wielders:
Though once in great numbers, the number of keyblade wielders have fallen significantly after The Eclipse King‘s Black Dawn Genocide and now only a few dozen remain. The surviving key blade wielders are being trained vigorously by the few surviving Keyblade Masters scattered across the rebellion worlds in hope that they may take the worlds back from the evil tyrant. Their protection is top priority for the rebellion, as everyone’s freedom hinges on the survival of the key blade wielders.

Rebellion members:
Not everyone in the rebellion is blessed with the ability of the key blade, but they still fight with all their heart and ability just the same. Their goal of dethroning the evil emperor is just as great as the key blade wielders and they will help in any way they can. Protecting the key blade wielders is their top priority, as, without them, there is no hope at dethroning The Eclipse King.
 
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[Key Worlds]

The Eclipse Kingdom

The World of the Eclipse - The world that serves as the sovereign nation for the Eclipse Kingdom and houses the Eclipse King and his marshals. The world is also the source of the Reaver army, assembled within the numerous factories that cover the world. Little is known about this world apart from its connection to the Eclipse Kingdom.

Crossroad worlds - Not actual worlds, but merely the crossroads that connect the worlds together in a great web of roads. Great cities have been constructed around the crossroads, taking advantage of the large commerce between the connected worlds, and grow larger and larger every year. Many denizens of the connected worlds have since taken up residence within the crossroads, hoping to further their prosperity. Since the rise of the Eclipse King, the crossroad worlds have degraded in value, with corruption and crime slowly eating away at the cities.

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Fallen Worlds - Worlds of the Realm of Light cast beneath the dark shadow of the Eclipse King's rule, these fallen worlds have found themselves drowned beneath a greasy sky and covered with the Eclipse Army's soldiers. Many of these worlds' rulers have found themselves usurped by the King's men, while others actively support or oppose the Eclipse Army's overpowering presence.

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Radiant Garden - Though originally one of the last strongholds for the Rebellion, the Capital of Light has since recently fallen to the darkness of the Eclipse Army. Led by the Eclipse King himself, the Eclipse Army discovered the location of the garden and launched an all-out strike against the world. The world was covered in a veil of shadows due to the Eclipse King's magic, blocking out the sunlight and creating a haze across the world. The Rebellion members that survived the Army's onslaught were forced to evacuate Radiant Garden and disperse to other worlds, leaving the garden under Eclipse Army rule.


Rebellion Worlds

Disney Castle and Town - The base of operations for the Rebellion, as well as the symbol of light that pushes the Rebellion onward. The castle has been heavily fortified, along with numerous guards stationed around the castle, as it holds the heart of the Rebellion, losing it or even running the risk of losing it is not an option. The surrounding town has grown in great leaps and bounds due to the large influx of refugees.

Twilight Town - A peaceful world of perpetual twilight that is nestled between the realms of light and darkness, sharing with it the location of Yen Sid's tower. During the Black Dawn Genocide, the world fell to the Eclipse Army, which, after seizing the world, began to search for the powerful sorcerer who resided alongside the world. When the army's influence on the world dwindled, the Rebellion took advantage of it and led an insurrection against the positioned Reavers and marshals, leading to the Rebellion reclaiming the world from the Eclipse Army.

Traverse Town - A tiny town that once served as a refugee world during Xehanort's reign, it has once again been repopulated with refugees, seeking out a place to escape the Eclipse King's grasp.


Other

Destiny Islands - A small world tucked away, free of any of the transpiring events that are plaguing the other worlds.

[Rules]

1. No Godmodding or power-playing.

2. Literacy: It's understandable that no one is perfect, but no one wants to read a post full of incomprehensible crap.

3. Romance is allowed, just keep it within the forum standards.

4. The rp will be mature (e.g., deaths may be graphic). If you can't handle it, don't join.

5. No limitations for the number of characters you have. You just need to be able to keep up with them all.

6. Activity: Please, only join if you plan on posting. I don't want someone to join and never post. Also, if you do plan on joining and start up a template, finish it. Finally, I ask for the people who will participate in the rp to stay an active poster. That's not asking too much.

7. Keep the fighting realistic. No one wants to be in a fight with a person who dodges everything you throw at them.

8. Post Rise against the tyrant! above your template if your character is apart of the Rebellion or Crush those who dare oppose! if your character is apart of the The Eclipse Army.

9. We can choose to deny you from joining or remove you from the rp and may do so if it is deemed to be necessary.

10. Put The tales of the ruled shall be retold for eternity! at the bottom of your temp if you have read and agree to follow the rules.

11. Always joinable.

12. Enjoy


[Template]

Name:
(make it original)

Age:
(make it reasonable)

Gender:
(self-explanatory)

Alliance:
(Rebellion, Eclipse Army, No Alliance)

Weapon:
(Try to stay along the lines of something you'd see in KH)

Ability(s):
(Don't go overboard. Nothing undodgable or one-hit KOable.)

Appearance:
(Pics accepted, but still add a description.)

Personality:
(Put more than a few words.)

Bio:
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[Cast]

The Rebellion
Character Name | Member Name | Position | Age | Gender
King Mickey | --- | Rebellion Leader | 82 | M
Ansem the Wise | --- | Rebellion Leader | ??? | M
Yen Sid | --- | Sorcerer | 70 | M
Merlin | --- | Sorcerer | 47 | M
Riku | --- | Keyblade Master | 26 | M
Aqua | --- | Keyblade Master | ??? | F
Ogen | OmniChaos | Keyblade Wielder | 15 | M
Dædalus | Orion | Keyblade Wielder | 32 | M
Galom | Endless Strategy | Keyblade Wielder | 27 | M
Everask Solah | FairSovereign | Keyblade Wielder | 17 | M
Quel'loyen "Q" Tal'shendar | Professor Ven | Mercenary | 42 | M

The Eclipse Army
Character Name | Member Name | Position | Age | Gender The Eclipse King | OmniChaos | Tyrant | ??? | M
Abel | OmniChaos | Marshal | 10 | M
Svether 'Seven' Darakai | Kid A | Marshal | 35 | M
Animus DeCavis | Ordeith | Mercenary | 28-32 | M
Mirkhan Sei'dar | Professor Ven | Mercenary | 35 | M

No Alliance
Character Name | Member Name | Position | Age | Gender Bianca di Calpurnia "Cal" | Rhapsody | Ex-Marshal | 19 | F
Vanessa E. Valentine | OmniChaos | Mercenary | 32 | F
 
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[Chapters]

Chapter I
The Fall of Radiance

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Chapter II
The Chains that Connect Us



[Fated Encounters]
In another story, one much like our own, but different in its own right, two who are bound by fate across space and time meet in the fray of combat, their destiny interwoven with one another. These are the untold adventures of another story.

Animus & Quel'loyen
Come hither, Tal'shender!

The Eclipse King & Quel'loyen
Come, keyblader; come meet your fate!
 

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I can't decide whether to join this or not. Thing is, I was planning another KH roleplay with Orion (only in the early stages, admittedly), but, well...
I really want to join this, 'cept I'm already involved in two other roleplays as it is... o_O
 

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Rise against the tyrant!

Name:
Ogen

Age:
15

Gender:
Male

Alliance:
Rebellion

Weapon:
Deus ex Machina (DeM for short)

Ogen's keyblade that was found along with Ogen by Mickey.
The keyblade’s hilt is formed by two, white, angelic wings which arc upward from the top of the grip, then arc down, connecting to the bottom of the grip and making a heart shape. The keyblade’s grip is azure and has a keychain in the shape of the sun connected to it. The keyblade’s wide, azure shaft has a gold chain, connected to the top of the hilt on one end and the middle tooth of the blade on the other, wrapped around the shaft. The shaft ends in dark blue plating fastened to the top of the shaft, completely wrapping around it, with four spikes that curve toward the teeth, which run along the back of the plate to the top. On each side of the plating is the azure outline of a sun. The blade is in the shape of half of a sun, with five curved flames of the sun acting as the blade’s teeth, and is a bright golden color. At the center of the sun, near where the blade and shaft meet, is a large, circular red gem, which bulges out on each side of the keyblade.

Because of Ogen’s memory loss, both the keyblade’s true name and the extent of its power are currently unknown.

Ability(s):
Unknown due to memory loss and lack of trust in himself.

Umbra:
Ogen's so-called "stalwart guardian" and, supposedly, Ogen's shadow, little is known about Umbra aside from the fact that he resides within Ogen and contains a confident, unnerving attitude that is not shared with Ogen. Being fairly young in age--this being the first time he actually left Ogen's body--Umbra's physical shape is immature and, therefore, his true physical shape has yet to take form. Instead, he appears as a large, black mass of darkness with two great arms. His connection to Ogen appears to be very strong, as Umbra is capable of taking control of Ogen's body when he sees it to be necessary and is able to fight in Ogen's stead.

Umbra has, to no surprise, shown an affiliation to darkness as its power. Whether this power is actually Ogen's power or if it is simply an extension of Umbra's power is currently unknown, however, this power has currently only been seen while under the control of Umbra.

Dark Spear- A fairly basic attack, darkness gathers at the tip of DeM and fires off the end, taking the form of a large spear as it rockets toward whatever the keyblade was pointed toward. Eventually, as Umbra becomes more acquainted with the power, the Dark Spear will be able to home in on its target more, curving as needed to reach its target. Also, while Umbra is currently only able to fire off a few spears in succession right now, as he improves his skills, he'll be able to fire off several Dark Spears in quick succession.


Appearance:
Ogen stands at and even six feet and has a slender, slightly built body. His skin complexion is that of an average Caucasian and is smooth to the touch. His smooth face, which is void of any sort of imperfections, save for a healing scar that runs vertically across his right eye, almost always seems to be sad or depressed, especially since Ogen seems to rarely smile. Ogen has messy, medium length, raven-black hair, which covers the majority of his head, including his neck and ears. His long bangs curve to the right, mainly to keep them out of his bright, amber eyes.

Ogen wears a dark grey, long-sleeve shirt with two black strips of cloth sewn into each of the sleeves, from top to bottom. A short, black trench coat rests on top of the shirt open. A pair of black, gold-trimmed pants run from the silver belt that keeps them up to the black tennis shoes fitted around Ogen’s feet. A dark slate grey greatcoat hangs off Ogen’s shoulders, which he only puts on when involved in a battle.

Personality:
Ogen’s loss of memory has caused the man to become depressed and incredibly sorrowful. The young man constantly seems to have an air of sadness and hopelessness about him, which, at times, seems to rub off on those around him, damaging moral and faith. Despite his current setting, Ogen is a recluse, preferring to be alone than with others. He jumps at the slightest human contact and is commonly shy and/or uncertain when around others. Should he be drawn into a conversation, his voice also reflects this shyness and uncertainty, as it is often soft and shaky.

Ogen rarely engages in combat since he greatly doubts his skills and abilities as both a fighter and as a human being. Because of this, he often finds himself in unfavorable positions, most of which he has to get bailed out from by others. He underestimates his physical and mental strengths near the point that he basically considers himself useless.

Bio:
Ogen’s past is one of mystery. His earliest memory was that of the Eclipse King, who had who had found him near dead in a broken-down Gummi Ship drifting aimlessly through space. The ship looked as if it had been through a war and the one operating it, Ogen, was found inside near dead and unconscious, a large bleeding cut across his right eye. The Eclipse King, seeing something within the man, took Ogen in and tried to train him to become one of his Marshals. This proved fruitless, as the young man was unable to take the Eclipse King’s teachings in and was far too unconfident to believe he could. After several unsuccessful months, the Eclipse King finally gave up and abandoned Ogen in one of the worlds.

Several lonely, cold months passed by and Ogen, forced to live in the alleyways of the world he was imprisoned upon, grew more and more withdrawn from life, curling up into a small shell of self-pity hidden away in the darkness. Then, one day, the young man’s world was pierced by a ray of light, as the man was visited by a small king. Mickey, he called himself, stated that he was drawn to something that seemed to resonate from within the boy, a power that he held without knowing. When asked who he was, the young man replied that he didn’t know. Each question was replied with: “I don’t know”, “I’m not sure”, or “I wish I knew.” It was naturally concluded that the young man was suffering from some sort of amnesia and the suggestion of such seemed to cause the young man to spiral into an even deeper depression.

Mickey took the boy to Disney Castle, and, once they arrived, the first thing on the young man’s mind was to relearn as much as he could. Though the training seemed to prove as fruitless as it did with the Eclipse King, finally, after several months, the power within Ogen was released. Keyblade. That’s what he was told the weapon was called and, because he had one, that made him a ‘keyblade wielder,’ at least according to Mickey. Another fruitless month passed and, eventually, with Mickey so tied up with other matters, Ogen was sent to Radiant Garden, so that his training could continue—well, it’d be more appropriate to say ‘begin.’

Between unsuccessful training sessions of wielding his keyblade, Ogen spent as much time as he could going through every type of book he could get his hands on. Part of him wanted to—no, needed to—refill his mind with all of his forgotten knowledge. It was an overwhelming urge, one that not even Ogen’s self-pity attitude could overpower. While reading through a book on plot devices, he came across the plot device Deus Ex Machina, which refers to a person or thing that appears “out of the blue”. Noticing the resemblance between said plot device and his keyblade, he named it after the plot device. After reading through as many books as he could, the young man decided a name for himself as well: Ogen, a Hebrew name meaning “Anchor,” a suiting name considering that was what the young man thought himself to be: a weight, a burden.

Since Ogen was first found by King Mickey, he seemed to have only grown more depressed and more sorrowful. His skill and abilities are far less than those of the other keyblade wielders training under the Keyblade Master of Radiant Garden. Despite this, Mickey constantly states that, during the short time he taught the young man, he had seen a great deal of potential in Ogen.

Extra:
Theme song: YouTube - Sorrowful Prince Pelleas
Umbra: YouTube - Gurren Lagann - Viral - Nikopol

The tales of the ruled shall be retold for eternity!
 

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"Crush those who dare oppose...my rise against the tyrant."

Name: Animus DeCavis

Age: 28

Gender: Male

Alliance: Himself

Weapons: Considering his particular line of work, Animus is lethally equipped at any given time, with a vast arsenal to select from—some components of which are a closely-guarded trade secret. That portion of his arsenal aside, nearly every weapon he owns is stored efficiently in a small leather satchel at his side.

His primary weapons, used in standard combat, are a multitude of compact, collapsible blades that fit universally into two generic hilts. He can wield virtually any combination of bladed weaponry, be it dagger, rapier, sabre, longsword, dirk, or even a heavy claymore. All of the blades can fold and collapse for easy storage within Animus' unassuming satchel. That being said, however, the blades are not of a high quality; that is only natural, considering their disposable nature. That is exactly Animus' intent: The blades will break, snap, and leave dangerous shards within their targets' wounds, debilitating them with pain at even the slightest motion—yet can be replaced within seconds.

For his assassinations, however, Animus prefers to utilize a more...grisly approach. Tucked neatly into individual little loops inside his satchel are sharpened metal stakes. Unlike the blades, these stakes are expertly crafted with care for strength and longevity. Animus will suspend a stake above or around the target with Aero, then deliver a swift, penetrating blow with a well-placed Magnega spell.

All of these weapons, however, are crafted by Animus himself; none truly reflect his heart.
Many have made the logical step that if he can succeed in killing Keyblade wielders, then it is only natural that those Keyblades would have shifted their loyalties to him....Only under his guise of benevolence among the Keybearers does he allow himself to be seen using one.

There, he uses the Keyblade Caduceus, which, like its name suggests, resembles the winged staff with two coiled snakes wrapped around it. The hilt is formed from two dove-gray wings, with a golden chain and a circular keychain modeled after a snake devouring its own tail. The “blade” is the same golden hue as the chain, with two crimson snakes coiled symmetrically around it, and two silvery wings forming the “teeth” of the blade.

As for the Keyblade that reflects Animus' heart....
Iron Maiden is a sight rarely seen, save by those who do not live to testify about it.

Ability(s): Animus is undoubtedly a man of unparalleled skill in his field. Never does anyone hear him unless it is intentional, and he is always aware of his surroundings. Aside from Aero and Magnet magics, which he has mastered to their fullest, he does not know any spells, however. Even still, those two are truly all he needs to know. This is the extent of his known abilities; most of his techniques (including the Keyblade) are closely-guarded trade secrets.

Appearance: Blessed with natural good looks, charm, and standing at a fairly average five feet and ten inches, Animus hardly cuts an intimidating figure to those not acquainted with him. He has a slightly pointed, slightly upturned nose, a wide, expressive mouth, and large brown eyes framed by sharp, expressive eyebrows. His dirty blond hair, reaching down to the about the nape of his neck, has an easy, gentle wave to it that makes his swept-back hair style seem completely natural.

In terms of garb, Animus chooses clothing that makes him seem professional without appearing stiff or impersonal. His first layer consists of an ivory-hued button-up shirt, a pair of black slacks, an unadorned belt, and some well-worn leather shoes (mostly covered by the aforementioned slacks). Overtop of that, he wears a deep red waistcoat, and on top of that, a long, dark brown coat reaching to about the middle of his shins. Animus prefers not to wear a tie, but usually has a golden-colored scarf wrapped around his neck when outdoors.

One interesting accessory of his are his unique frameless glasses, which, on first glance, hardly seem different from the normal eyewear. Their first divergence from the norm is that they do nothing to aid his vision whatsoever; Animus has perfect eyesight. Rather, they are a means of monitoring and controlling the darkness in his heart. When his inner darkness becomes more stirred than usual, the glasses become tinted; the darker the tint, the more darkness at work. This succeeds in not only providing a small channel for his darkness, but—more importantly—a means of hiding the times at which his eyes shift from brown to golden.

Personality: Though no one has been able to observe each one at work, Animus DeCavis is man consisting of innumerable layers—some having roots that stretch deeper than others. Every one of them is genuine, at one level or another. Ultimately, however, those layers are centered around nothing more than a hollow space. There is always some part of him which considers even his deepest-seated desires with cold, mechanical objectivity.

To those with whom he interacts on business, as well as any random interactions throughout the day, never has a more cordial fellow existed. Animus always displays a genuine interest and concern for others—which, frankly, is in complete earnest. While selfish to his core, Animus doesn't see any need in pushing others down any more than he needs to, and derives no pleasure from it. He calculates that it is generally better to form alliances than make enemies, and so long as it doesn't impede his plans, he gives himself abandon to socialize and enjoy himself around others. If said others are the targets of his ambitions, however, a rather different Animus is seen...

To the Eclipse King, Animus makes no attempt to disguise his close scrutiny of the conqueror; his aim isn't to gain his trust, but rather to spark unease within him, so as to locate a weakness. At the same time, he is very careful not to appear like a potential threat. Even though he is not technically under the Eclipse King's employ, he follows all orders to the letter and without complaint—yet still has the audacity to make cynical, jabbing comments and criticisms towards him.

At his deepest level, Animus desires power, not as an end, but a means to accomplishing his goal: Change. It needn't be for the better, nor for the worse; however, he is determined to be as influential a catalyst as possible. He is compelled to cause change, to influence rather than be passive, like so many of the worlds' denizens. Everything else is ultimately second to the attainment of that goal, which Animus goes about with cold, tactical precision. Emotions, personal happiness, a conscience...these and more are merely luxuries and indulgences compared to the self-made purpose the assassin seeks.

Bio: The majority of Animus DeCavis' life can be considered unimportant and irrelevant to the current day; he lived through a happy, uneventful childhood and grew into a content young adult. It is only when one examines his career choices that his path to becoming an assassin can be discerned. Being remarkably brilliant since his youth, Animus entered the obscure, esoteric world of philosophy with the aim of making true sense of the heart and the universe--an ambitious goal, by any standards. Though his home was nowhere near any of the "enlightened" worlds, his work was nevertheless published under a pen name and read on several distant worlds, to much acclaim. His was a bold, questioning young mind that offered a fresh perspective to the long-winded and esoteric field of philosophy, and his voice when writing was, while intelligent and perceptive to be sure, personal and inclusive. Many people who never would have dreamed of reading philosophy picked up his first books and essays with surprising eagerness.

Animus was convinced that within the nature of the heart lay the answers to all of the questions that have plagued humanity; all that needed to be done was further investigate. Many critics chastised him for attempting to delve into that great unknown, considering the fate of Ansem the Wise and his apprentices. They predicted that he would fall into the same snare that had caught those researchers some twenty years prior. Animus was determined, however, and commenced his research without delay. Years passed without word from the aspiring young philosopher-author, and his name eventually faded out of public memory. Those still interested in his work assumed that he had failed in his research, or that it was still going on currently. Neither were correct; Animus had indeed found something--and it shook him to his core.

No one save Animus knows for certain what it was he discovered, and it isn't information that he is willing to divulge, let alone even discuss. What it sparked in him, however, was a desperate need to make his life have what he considered true meaning. He looked about him, and instead of seeing the bright, hopeful faces of mankind, he saw mindless sheep leading themselves to slaughter. He was determined to become more than that. He wouldn't be the shepherd, who is ultimately being herded himself, but rather the lightning storm that scatters the flock, answering to none, beholden to none.

Animus desired change, and he would be the cause of it.

There is nothing that elicits change more effectively than death, so he thought; even the ancient Zodiac recognizes Death as the symbol of change. By taking a life, one is not merely eliminating one person from the world--but every child, grandchild, and great-grandchild they ever would have had. All those would-have-beens, an entire pattern erased from the tapestry of the world....Animus considered it, and was not yet satisfied. The change needed to be greater still; the loss of average people was not a great enough disturbance to make a true difference. He needed to forever alter the world in a way that no one had ever done so before.

Animus would not target the faceless masses....but the heart of modern world, this Golden Age: Animus would be slaying those chosen by the Keyblade.

His first assassination was of a mere apprentice--skilled, yet not a mature Keybearer. He was able to take the young woman by complete surprise, and impale her through the neck before she could even utter a word. As he did so, Animus could sense deep within his heart a....transfer, a gift of sorts. Reaching inward towards it, he tentatively grasped this newfound power in his heart, and found himself grasping a Keyblade in hand. It lacked the ornamentation that it once had, yet it was unmistakably the weapon belonging to the Keyblade wielder he had just slain. It wasn't ready to yield its full power to him, yet it had conceded that his was the stronger heart--and after some time passed, it began to shape itself in accordance with his heart....

Due to their sheer numbers, the sudden death toll among the ranks of the Keyblade Wielders wasn't tremendously noticeable; most deaths were written off as accidents, or even suicides. Animus took their lives without using a Keyblade, and in turn received their Keyblades as reward. He could feel that budding power growing stronger with each Keybearer he erased from the world. Animus took many more lives before the Black Dawn Genocide occurred, at which point he found himself not at a disadvantage, as one would expect, but faced with a great opportunity. The elusive few Keyblade Wielders remaining had escaped the Eclipse King's forces at nearly every turn, always appearing to be two steps ahead of them. Animus, however, stood five steps ahead of them.

In exchange for guaranteed protection, a position of influence, and a steady income, Animus agreed to hunt down all the remaining Keybearers in the name of the Eclipse King. He is currently in hiding among the Keyblade Wielders at Radiant Garden, where he has already discreetly taken a few of their lives--and Keyblades. The target of his ambitions, however, is the Keyblade held by King Mickey, the Key to the Realm of Darkness. With that in hand, he would be able to rout out its counterpart, the Kingdom Key of Light, and obtain Kingdom Hearts. Through Kingdom Hearts, Animus would change more than just society; he would alter the universe as we know it.

Extra: Character Theme: "One Who Craves Souls"
Battle Theme: "Vanguard/Penetrator"

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Name: Danyal ibn Aladdin
Age: 16
Gender: Male
Alliance: Rebellion
Weapon(s)
His primary keyblade is Arcbringer (the guards around the hilt are much smaller and rounder), while the other called Forerunner (or also) has a keychain in the shape of a greying metal halo with bits of shinier blue metal intertwined.

Arcbringer is used to channel and direct his powers of storm while Forerunner has nothing special currently about it...

Abilities:

Storms
Violent winds, lightning and even rain when a storm comes by. Isn’t powerful enough yet to summon his own storm, make it rain, or get anyone struck by lightning yet but he’s getting there. He can turn a calm breeze or none into a violent buffet or worse in several ways as well as give you a good hit of lightning. It’s easier for him to use Arcbringer to direct these powers, shooting lightning infamous style or doing something akin to a Rasengan is harder for him. Tracing lightning as a form of transport/teleportation is something he can also do.

Dreams
A minor and peculiar ability of his believed to be tied to the keyblade as an after-effect of the bond, Danyal is very sensitive to the dreams of others. At this stage he can literally just smell or feel what types of dreams a person has had from last night or a prolonged period of time. He’s also a master interpreter of dreams. Maybe one day he can pull of something like Inception...
By concentrating hard and using effort, he can ‘see’ someone’s dreams by getting close to them, flesh contact makes this easier


-Dark Firaga
- Thundaga
- All variations of Freeze Spells
- All variations of Aero Spells
- Cura, he's working on healing.


Appearance: Covering his skin is a very tight suit that acts as a second layer of skin. Dark navy blue to the extreme, nearly black looking, with shimmering white lines run down at various places. Down his shoulders to his armpits, a rectangular shape on his outer thighs, his outer arms and down his back in pairs. His hands and feet, however, are bare. Very much similar to this.


Over said skin he wears a desert brown tunic that cuts off just below his elbows and has a hood. The rest of his arms are wrapped in strips of rough silk the same tone as the tunic. For his lowers he wears a pair of shorts that cut off just below his knees, the colour of which is a slightly darker tone of his tunic. His feet and legs are covered by a pair of long brown boots, ones that are padded yet nice and loosened or tightened through inter-looping strings. His last article of wear is a long, somewhat ragged bright red scarf he dons which extends to the middle of his back.

As for his physical appearance, his skin can almost be defined as “beige”. His own natural skin tone coupled with his month in the harsh desert has tanned and darkened it yet it is light enough to a point he often appears pale. His features are hard as well as soft, his cheekbones evident in their developments as well as his square jaw however it is obvious he is still young and growing

His hair is large and curly, even somewhat spiky as it shoots off in one direction. The edges of his hair and side-burns and such are trimmed as he dislikes having his hair touch his ears. A single, semi-jagged, curl of hair runs down his forehead. His eyes, like his hair, are pitch black though there’s something strange about them. They seem very hard to concentrate on, and though you can say without a doubt his eyes are black, but if you force yourself to stare into them they change colours at blinding speed. Most people don’t make direct eye contact with him for this reason.

Concerning his build, it’s a strong yet lean one. Training and combat has stripped him of fat and replaced it with muscle, his skin generally rough yet cold. He stands at precisely 6’0, a tall height for his age.


Personality: Sometimes petulant and spoiled while otherwise humble and upholding honour, as the son of a desert brat-turned-king he has had ample experience with both the harsher and finer things in life. His moods shift, change, bellow, rage and fade like a desert storm. There are somethings for certain, though. One is he is much too inquisitive for his own good, even if he resists urge to ask a million questions. Two, he is not afraid to challenge authority and defends every David he sees against the Goliath. Three, he does believe, though, teachers and elders should be given the highest respect. Four, the children whom he has grown up and trained with are nothing less of family. He'd defend them to the death, even if doesn't always show it.

On the topic, he's quite engimatic and lets on much less than he actually knows. Years of encounters with nobles, battles, and dreams give him an interesting insight within the human psyche extraordinary for his age.


History: Aladdin and Jasmine, lovers of yore, had only one son. One son who grew up within the palaces as well as Radiant Garden. When he reached the age of 11, he started spending more times toward the latter. King Aladdin always tried to do the best he could for his people in face of The Eclipse King but it has been far from easy, especially when corruption and fear started plaguing the dregs of the Arabian Society. He had his son finely tutored by his older colleagues from a young age, the carpet, an old parrot, tiger and monkey becoming his main companions as well as a certain Genie. When the boy demonstarted the ability to use and call upon the Keyblade which had chose him, Mickey was brought as soon as possible.

His life already in risk due to this and Aladdin's subtle yet clear defiance to The Eclipse King, he had his son sent frequently away until it became to suspicious where he was being sent. He currently resides in Radiant Garden and has not seen his parents in several months.

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"An Ordeith, Omnichaos and Orion collaboration"

Seriously, where's the crowd? Oh and my template will be edited into my earlier post
 

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Oh fuck yeah.

I'm just sayin', but oh fuck yeah. Sooooooooo tempted to join this...
 

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Well, I've added a very rushed Bio to my template, just to have it complete....

Anyways, it seems that in spite of its slow start, this is finally beginning to accumulate some attention.
I expect templates from just about everyone who has posted here...
 

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★;5404971 said:
"An Ordeith, Omnichaos and Orion collaboration"

Seriously, where's the crowd? Oh and my template will be edited into my earlier post

Maybe they're intimidated by your greatness. 8D
 
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