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Chaos isn’t a pit. Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail, and never get to try again. The fall breaks them. And some are given a chance to climb, but refuse. They cling to the realm, or love, or the gods...illusions. Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is.

Vasilia (known simply as “Lia” in modern times) is the daughter of the demititan son of Atlas, Nikias, and the titan Hecate. She is the former wife of demititan Thero, with whom she had three children: Aegon, Aerys, and Zoe. She was turned into a Nymph by her mother, after dying at her husband’s hands many years ago. After spending many eons in the Underworld, she – on her mother’s orders – has returned back to Earth. She spends most of her time trying to adept to the change of culture, and is residing at the Nymph Sanctuary at Camp Half-Blood. While residing at Camp, she is doing distant University courses, studying a combination of art, history and languages.

Full Name: Vasilia

Born: Unknown, roughly 20 years after the first Titanomachy

Age: She lost count, was turned in her 20s

Status: Immortal

Gender: Female

Species: Nymph (Lampad), former Demititan

Nationality: She’s on a fake American citizenship so…

Ethnicity: Greek

Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual

Romantic Orientation: Heteroromantic

Relationship Status: Single, and never going to mingle

Accent: Greek-ish

Birthplace: Somewhere in Greece

Native Language: Ancient Greek

Languages Spoken: Ancient Greek, English, Latin, German

Current Location: Camp Half-Blood

Zodiac Sign: No idea

Equipment: Bag, Phone, Clothes, Wallet with 'ID' and cash, First aid kit, Items for uni, drawing books, Complete Collection of the Grimm Fairy-tales, Ophelia by Jackie French, The Little White Horse by Elizabeth Goudge, The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, All the ASOIAF books by George R.R. Martin, Armour, Bow and Arrow, Monster Tracking Necklace, Dagger, Short-Swords, Whip, Tarot Cards, Grimoires, Amulets, Athame, Candles, Cauldron, Crystal Ball, Daggers, Elixirs, Golems, Herbs, Poppets, Stones, Symbols, Talismans, Totems

Bedroom: Here

You're your father's daughter, no mistake. Bloody relentless, the both of you.

Due to having been alive for thousands of years, Vasilia has a complicated personality, to say the least. She has many qualities that people often find admirable, but do not ever assume that she is a hero, or even a good person. While she may appear to be helpful and on your side, she only serves herself and those closest to her, and will not hesitate to destroy you if required. It will take a lot of work and extreme persistence to get on her good side, but if managed, she is an ally and friend until the end.

Vasilia is incredibly loyal, but not too many people. It takes a lot of work for one to gain her loyalty and trust, but once they have it, they will have a close ally and friend, someone who would never betray them and harm anyone who does. However, not many actually have her loyalty, the only ones who do (who are still alive) are her mother Hecate and Persephone, who Vasilia has grown to respect. Her loyalty to them is the only reason she has never betrayed the Olympians. To anyone else, she will do whatever it takes to get what she wants, even if it kills them.

Vasilia is also brave, but she is smart enough to know the difference between bravery and stupidity. If it serves her interests, she will do everything possible (but not suicidal) to escape any danger or rescue anyone in trouble. However, if she deems something suicidal, she won’t even attempt it, but do not call her a coward if that is the case. She will gladly watch you end your life if you try it anyways, and remark “I told you so” over your corpse as she tries a much smarter way.

The most confronting thing about Vasilia is that she has a natural charisma, which she has developed over the years. She can use it to persuade gullible people into doing nearly anything for her, and she’ll happily let them. She often enjoys reminding her victims that she never forced them to do anything, and it was their own decision to listen to her. It has been noted by many that the only equivalent to her beauty is her charisma.

Vasilia personality type is an ENTJ-T, also known as the commander, and it suits her extremely well. She is a natural leader, able to unite a crowd of people behind her goals. She also loves a challenge, and – if given the proper time and resources – she can achieve any goal, no matter how seemingly impossible. This is often in combination with her stubbornness, which often gets her into more trouble than its worth. She is the type to respect logical arguments, but has no problem destroying emotional ones.

Vasilia’s alignment is that she is a lawful evil character, also known as the dominator. She is diabolical, malicious and has no regard for life. While able to keep herself reserved, she is very callous and malevolent, with no problem killing anyone necessary. However, she is also very disciplined, and understands the natural order, that only the strong will survive. Her discipline means that she would never break the rules, but, she will find loopholes very easily to get what she wants. She also has a strict code of morality, one of the few things that makes her seem humane, and she will live by this code.

Despite Vasilia’s nature, she does have a few interests that would surprise people. Her first and foremost favourite thing in the world is fighting with a variety of weapons, which her father ironically calls “worrying”. She also enjoys studying history and languages, due to having been alive for thousands of years. Due to her time on Earth, she has also grown a love for horse riding, as it was her only mode of transport originally.

Vasilia’s fatal flaw would most likely be her apathy. Sure, she’s a malicious, manipulative bitch who is only out for herself and those closest to her, but her loyalty, bravery and honour do – somewhat – make up for that. However, her biggest fault is the fact that she simply doesn’t care anyone. Years and years of torment and grief has led her to be detached from her feelings, and think only logically. While good in moderation, it is so strong that she cannot form any meaningful connections with anyone, isolating herself further and further.

The future is shit, just like the past.

Why the fuck are you here?

This doesn’t concern you, and quite frankly, it was all too long ago to concern me. The only reason you could possibly be here is: a) you want to hear a nice story to make you feel happy; b) you are a fucking stalker who wants to learn everything about me; c) after doing an in depth study of my personality, you wish to learn what made me who I am; or d) you wish to learn my past in order to understand my weaknesses and try to kill me.

To all of the above, I say, you are one fucking dumb cunt. This is not a happy fairy-tale, this is not going to teach you anything, and this will not show my weaknesses. All it will do is drive you into an uncontrollable state of melancholy and give you one nasty curse courtesy of moi. So, it is recommended that you go back to your nice little existence and leave me in peace.

Still here? Oh well, if you’re going to be like that, I might as well give you some warnings about the story you will read. I can and I will be graphic, uncouth and blunt regarding what happened in my past, and will not hold back or sugar-coat anything. As such, if you cannot handle: vile language, sex, violence, and abuse, you should probably find a better story to read.

If you are still here after that, no complaining to me that it was too shocking and offensive. I did warn you.

Father's Past

  • Conceived during the Titanomachy
  • Son of Atlas
  • Mother forced to hide paternity from husband
  • Spent much of childhood in hiding and learning how to fight
  • Grew up a warrior
  • Married a women named Althaia
  • Has a son, Kyros
  • Althaia dies during the labour
  • He remarries to a woman named Iaera

Well, to be completely honest, if I am going to tell this story right, I have to give you a brief overview of my father. Otherwise, the crazy few of you reading this would have zero idea about why certain problems in my life were actually problems. His past dictated a lot of my life, and I don’t feel like playing catch-up with you on vital information would be a great idea.

My father was born during the middle of the first Titanomachy. You know, that big battle between Zeus and his father Kronos because of some stupid prophecy from Kronos’ father Ouranos. No problem, you think, what makes this such a big deal? Well, the big deal is that my father was the son of a certain general in the Titan’s Army, called Atlas.

Can you already see why Zeus didn’t really like my family?

From what my father told me, his parents came together under less than ideal circumstances. Atlas had been injured, badly, and was hiding from the Gods and Titans until he had healed. He came upon a young woman named Medea while he was hiding in the country-side of a place known as Attica (nowhere important if you ask me). Now, Medea was married to less than friendly man named Xanthos (who I can vouch for was a total dick), however, Atlas didn’t really care about that. He thought Medea was pretty, and he was a Titan, so as far as he was concerned, he could have Medea if he wanted her.

Uh, no. That’s not how it works in my mind.

After Medea turned him down (because, you know, SHE”S MARRIED), Atlas became very angry. Not taking no for an answer, Atlas used his strength to knock her unconscious, before proceeding to rape her. I told you I would be blunt. However, he didn’t stop there. After Medea awoke with no idea what happened, she returned home, only to find the impaled bodies of her parents, husband, and infant son. I don’t think she ever realised it was the Titan, when my father was told years later, he had no trouble putting two and two together.

I would like to say the pain for Medea was over, but unfortunately, no. She was now a woman alone in the world, and when news of the deaths got around, her brother-in-law Inachus quickly returned from wherever he was and took her as his wife. Why? I don’t know, but apparently sometimes men inherit their brother’s wife after the brother dies. Personally, I don’t see why Medea would be okay with this, since she didn’t yet know the Titan had left her a nice present in the form of a baby boy, but she went along with it, no objections. In the end, that was a good thing.

When Medea did learn she was pregnant, I do think she suspected that Inachus was not the father, but she probably didn’t know who the actual father was. As such, she kept her suspicions about the paternity secret, and lied to Inachus by telling him the child was his. Her plan went alright in the sense that Inachus never discovered the truth, however, I still think she should have worked out that the stranger she had turned down had raped her while she was unconscious, but that’s just me.

Within eight months, Medea gave birth to a healthy baby boy. According to certain sources, he was trouble from the start, but – call me bias – I don’t believe that. He would always get mad at my brother and I for even the smallest indiscretion, and he never struck me as a rule-breaker. Inachus and Medea chose to name him Nikias, meaning “victory”, and it’s obvious that the two must’ve known he was destined for great things.

I am only being a little bias when I say that.

But seriously, without him, I don’t think my people would have lasted as long as we did. Nikias wasn’t born into privilege, and he spent most of his childhood helping his ‘father’ on the farm. Inachus also – thankfully – taught Nikias how to fight, and learned the kid had a natural talent for anything to do with warfare, and I mean anything. Battle strategy? Yep. Fighting? You bet. Staying life? Well, mostly decent. It was almost like he held a supernatural affinity for battle, so strange (note the sarcasm).

He eventually gained the respect of majority of the tribe, and quickly rose to the top of the military. Now, to your modern mind, that may not seem like a big deal, but back then, fucking hell, it was. The lower class were not supposed to be able to great fighters, let alone great military leaders. Most of the rich entitled fuckers that were higher than him (in their mind) resented his arse for being better. The only thing that stopped them from going full out crazy against him (aside from being scared shitless) was the fact he was able to get on the good side of the King.

I don’t know whether my father fell in love with the King’s daughter before or after he managed to get in his good graces, but it certainly helped. Oh, when I say “fell in love” I don’t mean that he simply enjoyed spending time with her. I mean, they would sneak around the woods trying to keep their affair secret before one of the guards decided to relief my father of his head (spoiler, they weren’t ever caught). However, when the King was on his death bed, he knew he had to marry his daughter of to someone suitable, someone who could lead the tribe. Again, I am not sure whether the King was aware of his daughter and his general’s visits to one another in the woods, but if he didn’t, they got really lucky. Just before the King died, he had his daughter marry my father, and they lived happily ever after.

For about three weeks.

In three weeks, the previous King died, and my father took control over the tribe. Now, the people loved this, but the upper class little bastards? Oh fuck no. In the span of three weeks, there were no less than thirty assassination plots against my father. All of which, well failed. One of them was of very distinct note, because it wasn’t a mortal who was trying to kill my father. It was the new lord of the Universe, Zeus, who had heard that the Titan General had conceived a child with a mortal woman, and was furious.

I think it was about this point that my father learned the truth about who he was.

Zeus had disguised himself as an injured elder from another tribe, just to see who Nikias was and whether he could justify killing him to any of the Immortals (especially Prometheus). He pretended that he was in need of assistance, and the soldiers who found him instantly brought him to my father. Everyone (even Zeus) was expecting my father to kill him for being a spy, but he did the exact opposite.

He gave the stranger water and food, and had a healer help him become better. This annoyed Zeus even more, as he just proofed himself to be a decent person, which meant Zeus couldn’t blow him to pieces with the lightning bolt, and he really wanted to try it out on mortals. Zeus questioned why Nikias was being kind to him. He revealed that his father had raised him as such, to which Zeus inquired more about, but Nikias brushed those questions off. Zeus then asked him what his thoughts of the Olympians and Titans were, but again, Nikias kept it brief. In truth, he felt indifferent towards them (he would hate them later on), if not a little irritated, but he tried to keep his tone neutral.

Zeus, angry, left in the dead of night, pretending to be healed and ready to return to his tribe. However, he wanted Nikias destroyed, and was prepared to do anything (and I mean, anything) to make it happen. So, to prove just how annoying gods could be to us mortals (especially demigods), he decided to make my father go on a Quest. Since Zeus had a priest amongst the tribe (and a control of the weather), he decided to plague the tribe with storms. Within three days, the storms became so bad that Nikias was forced to see the Priest (despite his personal opinions on the matter). The Priest had been notified by Zeus about what to tell him. So, the Priest delightfully informed my father that the only way to cease the relentless storms was for him to "amend his father's sins" by completing three labours, one for each of the Big Three. Naturally, Nikias was more than a little confused by it all, but the Priest didn't tell him anymore (probably because he didn't know himself), but the Priest did give him Zeus' task.

Zeus was having difficulty dealing with a few monsters that used to fight for the Titans, and, instead of dealing with it himself, he thought it would be a good idea to have someone else do it for him, so he could get nice and comfy (and fucking stupid) in his power. As such, Zeus forced my father to deal with the Kampê, who had managed to escape Tartarus and was just being a very annoying nuisance on Zeus’ radar. The Priest sent my father in the right direction to battle the Kampê, who was just west of the tribe. Before he left, he went to visit his wife in order to say goodbye, where she revealed she was pregnant – with my gigantic pain in the arse of a brother. My father was ecstatic, but now the stakes were higher if he didn’t make Zeus happy.

And so, my father left, taking a few weapons that he had used during the many, many wars that the previous King had gotten them into. As my father travelled, he made sure to keep a low profile, especially as he entered the territory of other tribes. He didn’t need his demi-titan powers to tell him that being caught by other tribes would end horribly.

When he finally reached the Kampê, she was terrorising tribe after tribe, killing all the mortals. My father analysed the creature, trying to work out the best way to kill her. He realised that all of her power came from her weapons, which she was using to disintegrate the mortals. As such, my father decided the best thing to do was to fight the creature from a distance, using his archery skills in order to battle the monster without endangering his own life. It didn’t take him long before he had disintegrated the creature, sending her back to Tartarus.

Up on Olympus, Zeus was watching the whole incident, and was furious that my father was able to avoid his ‘perfect’ trap. He had hoped that my father would have died trying to fight the Kampê, however, he had been smart and worked out how to avoid getting himself killed. Zeus then turned to his brother Poseidon, and asked him to set an impossible task for my father to complete. Now, Poseidon wasn’t entirely convinced about whether to this; sure, he didn’t like the fact that there was a demi-titan on Earth, but he didn’t see that as a reason to have him murdered.

As such, when my father went to the closest Priest of Poseidon, he was given a difficult – but not impossible – task. In Poseidon’s eyes, if my father could complete this task, he would earn the right to live in peace. Plus, he needed this task done as quickly – and quietly – as possible. His trident was missing, he had taken it to an undersea party with some of the sea creatures, and – somehow – the trident had gone missing. Now, Poseidon knew that it was somewhere on land, but he didn’t know where exactly, and he couldn’t be seen looking for it.

He figured it would be best to ask the Oracle at Delphi, and travelled in order to question her. She revealed to him that the trident had been taken by the Titan Oceanus in order to try and teach Poseidon a lesson about focussing more on his duties. The Oracle told him where to find the Titan, though also warned him to be careful of the questions he asks, as he will not like their answers. As a bonus, she also told him where he would be able to find the entrance to the Underworld, and how to enter.

With the information, my father travelled to where Oceanus would be, only, on the beach, he found the Titan Tethys, who had taken the form of a mortal in order to communicate with my father. She told him to be careful on this quest, and that Zeus was seeking to have him killed. My father asked her why she was helping him, and Tethys told him that she had personal reasons. From what I have gathered, shortly after the defeat of the Titans, Klymene – Atlas’ mother – had learned that her son had fathered a demi-titan child, and knew that the child’s life would be in peril. Thus, she asked her own mother, Tethys, to aid him should he ever need her help.

Tethys handed him a herb which would allow him to breath underwater for up to five hours, and a stone to use in order to teleport back to the shores – where Poseidon was supposed to be waiting – before she took him to where Oceanus was. Tethys told him to stay hidden and where he could find the trident, before proceeding to distract her husband. My father was able to find the trident eventually (after a fight with Keto which almost killed him, if the sea monster hadn’t been so easily distracted), and used the stone in order to travel to where Poseidon was. Handing Poseidon the trident, the god promised to ease the floods and convince Zeus to stop the storms, however, he still had to find Hades and complete the most dangerous task. The god also told him that Althaia and their unborn son had not been affected, but that if the last quest isn’t complete, Hades was on orders to take their souls first.

Parents Meeting

  • Father trying to avoid becoming monster meat
  • Is able to kill monster though gains the attention of Hecate
  • When he is wounded trying to find food, she pretends to be a healer and gives him a healing potion
  • The two spend some time together
  • He returns to his village

Mother's Pregnancy

  • Hecate is pregnant for about 4-5 months
  • Asteria and Hades were the only ones who knew of the paternity from the beginning
  • Hecate did her best to keep everything secret, and used magic to hide her pregnancy
  • Hecate finds that her magic is slightly stronger due to the child, and believes it to be a sign that she will be a strong magic user
  • Hades, as a precaution and as a favour to Hecate, has a weapon made for Hecate’s child, a celestial bronze whip that can take the form of a bronze armband

The Prophecy

  • Hecate is warned by her mother Asteria that, although Hecate’s child will be strong, she will have a darkness in her heart
  • Zeus hears this prophecy from one of the Lampads
  • He warns her he will do everything he can to prevent this coming true
  • Hecate kills the Lampad who betrayed her
  • Hecate tries to find a way to prevent the prophecy from coming true, to no avail


  • Hecate gives birth in the Underworld, with help from the Lampads
  • Hades warns her that she cannot raise her daughter in the Underworld, that Zeus may kill the child due the prophecy
  • Hecate is able to keep her daughter hidden (thanks to Hades) while the Lampads search for the father
  • In order to ensure her daughter’s safety, Hecate casts a spell over her to hide her from Zeus’ eyes until she is off-age
  • One of the Lampads eventually finds him, though he confronts her
  • She tells him that Hecate gave birth to his daughter, and that he needs to take her into his care
  • He reluctantly accepts and the Lampad hands over the child to him, also giving him Hades’ gift for the child

Early Life

  • Was despised by her step-mother
  • Often tormented by her brother
  • Her father ignored her due to being conflicted
  • Hecate sent Lampads to watch over her daughter
  • She develops a stubborn personality quickly, which causes her father to warm up to her
  • When she is four, she asks about her mother


  • A monster attacks the family, and kills Iaera
  • Nikias trains his children to be able to fight
  • He gives Vasilia the whip, which she gains a natural affinity for
  • He also trains her in archery, for hunting
  • This causes Vasilia and Kyros to bond
  • During training, Nikias notices his daughter’s fascination with weapons
  • He gives her advice on fighting

Demititan Abilities

  • Seven years old at night
  • Was seeing a ghost
  • Has a conversation with the ghost
  • This is seen by her father
  • Begins to suspect more about his daughter’s heritage
  • He finds one of the Lampads
  • The Lampad confesses everything to him, including the prophecy


  • Nine years old
  • Nikias makes an agreement with another tribe leader
  • Vasilia is to marry tribe leader’s eldest ‘son’ when she is off-age
  • In exchange, there is a mutual trade agreement
  • Vasilia and Thero (son of Koios) spend time together, Vasilia unaware that they were betrothed
  • The two become close, and Vasilia begins to like him
  • Thero wants a way out of the betrothal
  • His ‘father’ tells him that he will marry Vasilia and treat her well as long as Nikias and Kyros are alive
  • Nikias makes Kyros promise that, no matter what happens, he will protect Vasilia, even from Thero

Monster Attack

  • Ten years old
  • Fire Breathing Horse
  • Used her magic to fight the creature
  • Is severely weakened
  • Her father kills the creature with an arrow
  • He has her healed
  • He lies to her about what happened
  • She becomes more relentless in learning how to be a better fighter
  • Nikias and the Lampad begin to face trust issues with one another because of the incident


  • Eleven years of age
  • The three are out hunting
  • Nikias sees the Lampad, and sends his children to go look in another section of the forest so he can speak to her without them knowing
  • The Lampad warns Nikias that Zeus will soon be able to find Vasilia since she is almost off-age
  • Nikias reassures her that everything will be fine
  • The Lampad is unconvinced but leaves him be
  • Nikias begins looking for his children
  • Is confronted by a Lamia, which – although he tries to fight off – kills him
  • The siblings ended up collecting berries and other fruits, bringing them back home
  • Long after their return, some other hunters find Nikias’ body and bring him back
  • Vasilia sees the Lampad for the first time


  • Fourteen years old
  • Has grown to love Thero
  • Thero’s ‘father’ warns him before the wedding
  • The Lampad and Hecate (both in disguise) watch the wedding from afar
  • Kyros keeps close eye on everyone during the whole thing
  • After the wedding, Thero gives Vasilia a wolf cub as a present, which she names Perseus
  • During their wedding night, the pair conceive their first child

Brother's Death

  • Fourteen years old
  • Has grown to love Thero
  • Thero’s ‘father’ warns him before the wedding
  • The Lampad and Hecate (both in disguise) watch the wedding from afar
  • Kyros keeps close eye on everyone during the whole thing
  • After the wedding, Thero gives Vasilia a wolf cub as a present, which she names Perseus
  • During their wedding night, the pair conceive their first child

Discovering Her Heritage


Husband's Betrayal


Becoming a Nymph

Live With Her Mother

Returning To The Living

Signing Up For University


Father never talked about her. But sometimes I'd find him down here lighting the candles. He'd say she was beautiful.

Despite having been alive for thousands of years, Vasilia has always been considered as a beautiful young woman. While her real age or her age when she was turned into a Nymph remain unknown, she appears to be in her late teens or early twenties, and often claims she is twenty-one years old. Fitting for being born long before the first millennium, she is quite short, standing at only 5’3” (162cm) and weighing only 121.3 pounds (55kg).

Vasilia has black hair, often described as the colour of midnight. It’s long and straight, though it used to be curly, fitting the style of previous time periods. In modern times, she usually keeps it loose, except for training where she ties it up in a ponytail. In contrast to her dark hair, she has green eyes, often described as the colour of emeralds. This is complimented by her heart face shape, and arch eyebrow shape.

Due to her father’s relentless training, Vasilia is very athletic. She carries herself in a graceful manner, almost like a ballerina or gymnast. Her dark hair often brings her slight tanned skin tone and clear complexion. She has learned to be ambidextrous, especially in her fighting, though she was born left-handed. She has a soprano voice, and AB- blood type.

One of her most distinguishing features is the long scar on her right cheek, which she received during the lethal fight with her husband. However, while that may be her more prominent marking, it is not the only one. She has many scars along her torso down to her hips and along her breasts from the same attack. She has gotten a few tattoos since re-joining the world, like the inscription of the word “warrior” on her wrist, along with a tattoo of three eagles – one for each of her children – on her back. She has a birthmark that faintly resembles the twin torches symbol commonly associated with her mother.

Vasilia, due to being eons old, has a very sophisticated and mature style. She is often seen wearing dresses and boots, sometimes high-heels as well. During the colder months, she is often seen in stockings and warm leather jackets. During summer, she is often wearing bikinis or other “beach” clothes, preferring to spend her time swimming than doing any work during her “vacation”. Her clothes tend to feature darker colours, due to having lived in the Underworld for many years, and dark purples and black are a common favourite.

During training, Vasilia is often wearing her armour, which (unless “activated”) consists of: a top, skinny jeans, boots, leather jacket, cap and gloves, and she carries sunglasses and her backpack with her as well. When “activated” it looks like standard Greek armour, and functions the same as well. During formal events, she is seen wearing ballgowns in gold or silver, with black. She wears hand gloves along with her favourite pieces of jewellery.

Being allowed (forced) to spend her time in the world of the living, she often chooses to accessorise. She is commonly found with her necklace, which has the ability to track monsters, but she also wears various earrings and bracelets, depending on the situation. Especially when she is at university for exams, she has her backpack with her, to carry all her books, though she also uses it on quests to carry her magic equipment and reading material. During the colder months, she wears scarfs/shawls and gloves. Due to having trouble dealing with the light, she often wears her sunglasses.

Vasilia’s make-up choices often varies, though she is often wearing as minimal as possible, except for special occasions. She usually wears simple foundation and concealer, especially to cover up the large scar along her face. When in the mood, she adds natural colour eye-shadow, and dark eye-liner. When going out, she usually adds dark lipstick to the assemble, and choses darker, more prominent eye-shadow. During formal occasions, she can occasionally be seen wearing mascara.

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Lia ~ Lampad
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-Queen of Spades

 – "Chaos isn't a pit, chaos is a ladder."

The Gods have no mercy, that's why they're Gods.

If I wanted to kill to you, do you think I'd let a wooden door stop me?


  1. As they are nymphs they do not age, remaining eternally young.
  2. They have a telepathic/empathetic connection with nature and other nymphs
  3. They are stronger when in the underworld


  1. They can shadow travel
  2. They can cast a levitation spell on themselves for short times, the longer they levitate the more power it drains.
  3. They are able to use some healing spells to heal minor wounds.
  4. They can curse objects and make them ineffective for a short time, or they can bless objects and make them unbreakable for a short time


  1. They have innate knowledge about the Underworld.
  2. They are able to read and interpret tarot cards.
  3. They are able to use crystal balls to interpret future events.
  4. They can read someone's aura



  1. Children of Hecate have the ability to fire an intense beam of magical energy which will burn anything it touches. The ability can also be focused into small magical bullets, which have better range but are less damaging than a beam.
  2. Children of Hecate have the ability to use magic to electrically charge something made of metal for a short time.


  1. Children of Hecate are able to create a protective dome of magical energy around them for a short time.
  2. Children of Hecate are able to become ethereal in form for a short time, which temporarily causes all attacks to go through them. In this state, they cannot attack an opponent and if they do their ethereal state will dissipate instantly.


  1. Children of Hecate have the innate ability to see in all directions at once.
  2. Children of Hecate are innately stronger at night.
  3. Children of Hecate are able to communicate with the dead to gather information.
  4. Children of Hecate are adept at making potions and elixirs, however potions used in battle cannot be overly powerful or altering to the events of the battle. Potions that can automatically heal all wounds or restore all energy are examples of over-powered potions. Only descendants of Hecate/Circe and Lampades can create potions. Overconsumption of potions can result in overdose symptoms and some potions could have side-effects or not work at all.


  1. Children of Hecate can conjure spells to teleport themselves and allies. The further the distance, the more energy drained.
  2. Children of Hecate can cast a levitation spell on themselves for a short time which will allow them to fly, the longer they levitate the more power it drains. The spell can also be used items and enemies.
  3. Children of Hecate are able to use some healing spells to quickly heal minor wounds and slowly heal major wounds. Fatal wounds cannot be healed.

3 Months After a Character is Made

  1. Children of Hecate are able to control the Mist around them, allowing them to create optical illusions that can fool even demigods. The illusions can confuse enemies with false memories, alter the appearance of the user or their allies, change the appearance of items or weapons or even alter the appearance of the environment to an extent. Changes to the Mist only last for a short time, mist control is less draining than custom spells. (6 month)

6 Months After a Character is Made

  1. Children of Hecate have the ability to create new spells, whether they were trained, self-taught or devised the spell on the fly. The spells can be minor, such as locating, summoning animals, divination or controlling emotions. Or they can be more advanced and powerful such as controlling the elements, pure magical energy, necromancy, curses and summoning monsters or magical guardians. Spells cannot be overly powerful or controlling. The more complex and powerful the spell, the more energy it drains from the user.

9 Months After a Character is Made

  1. Children of Hecate have the ability to focus all their magical abilities into transforming themselves into any living being, or even a being of their own imagination. This power is, in essence, the ability to shapeshift into anything the user can imagine. The user can transform into another human, an animal, a monster, or anything in between. The transformation can last as long as the user wishes it to, but the longer they hold their form the more it drains them. They cannot cast any spells while the transformation is in place and they cannot transform into anything overly powerful. (Like a rabbit that can make people’s heads explode with a thought. ) The form they shift into cannot be larger than 2 to 3 times the human size of the user, and after the user resumes their regular form they are severely drained. Unable to move from exhaustion and they could possibly faint. This power can only be used once in a fight.


  1. Children of Hecate typically love the magical arts, many of them are known for writing spellbooks. Her children have created/re-introduced and improved spells and techniques all over history.
  2. Necromancy is commonly a favored magical art amongst children of Hecate.
  3. Children of Hecate are known for being quite mysterious.
  4. Children of Hecate are often more active and exhibit better moods at night and in dark environments.
  5. Children of Hecate wield innate knowledge and understanding of the Mist.

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Which Witch (Demo Bonus Track)

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