My entry for
I'm more an Artist than a writter (to not say not a writter at all ) Stats:
-Name: Raylor Eldoah
-Age: 18 (Birth day: 14th February)
-Height: 1m85 – 6’1’’
-Weight: 70Kg – 155 lbs
*Sewing and manual works in general
*Puppeting (ability to take control of other people's bodies and motor functions against their will, as well as the functions of objects.) -> not completely dominated
*Rune Magic: (Used in order to give some effects on his puppets, like fire magic, or poison, but cannot be used directly by him) -> learning
-Quote: Don’t be fooled by appearances Appearance:
-Most of time with a disheveled dark-blond hair, with a long tuft on the top of his head.
-Deep yellow-orange eyes.
-He tends to wear an old "formal" costume, with an old dark-scarlet tie, even in normal situations (not very tight in the right side).
-His right arm is the one of a puppet. Personality features:
-Likes: Fixing things , puppets-dolls (way too much), learning new skill (quick learner for manual things) , to be in company with friends or people with the same hobbies (In general other puppet master or spider kind creatures), to work in the dark, cookies, sweet and spicy food, to make friends of any kind.
-Dislikes: Destroying things, to be ignored or denied, to lose an argument, people who takes his stuff without asking, annoying people and to make enemies.
-Personality: Even if quite often distracted, or lost in his own thoughts, Raylor is a very hardworking, sociable, and sometimes poetic person.
Being a puppet master, he enjoys playing tricks to other students controlling momentary one of their movements in order to put them in weird situations (never too serious though), or to pass the time sewing new dolls or clothes.
He is also a very moral and logical person, and hardly give up an argument when starting a debate.
A patient young man, he tends to try to understand people's feelings before judging them (reference to his quote), and know some ways to interpret people's reactions (not always accurate), but if somehow the person is exaggerating, he won't help but to fight fire with fire, and turn mean to him himself. Random Facts:
-He has somewhat a maniac with living dolls and puppets, but he will in general calm down about it few days after the meeting.
-He only can control objects or people if he reach them with his threads. (threads made by his own magic)
-He has two ways to control people's movements, one is just using his hands (and control them as a puppet) the other is by connecting his whole body instead of the hands, making them to mimic every action he does (this method is stronger and less limited than the first one)
-In addition to the second way to control people, Raylor is very flexible (specially with his puppet arm), and can do weird movements sometimes hard to follow, that would eventually injure if the person’s body is not prepared for it (being a quite evil technique, he only uses it as a warning)
- It is easier for him to control puppets and un-deads beings, as it is for him harder to control spirits beings.
-Most of the dolls he creates are approximately human sized, and are made with tons of hidden spots for possible improvements. Backstory:
Raylor was the son of great sculptor, and good puppet master. During he first year of his life, he lived practically as humans do, trying to avoid problems, and having a peaceful life.
Because his father had to work practically most of the day, he sometimes brought the young Raylor with him, so he wouldn't be so alone at home.
There, his father taught him how he worked, and told him that as a puppet master, he would sooner or later, discover how to use his powers. It was during his lessons that he developed a special interest to manual works, and to the dolls and puppets he created.
It was during a trip with his father to the city, when Raylor was at the age of 14, that a huge traffic accident occurred just in their area. Raylor was directly hit , his arm was critically crushed during the incident, and somewhat lost consciousness,.
Unwilling to let his son be under Human's care, and knowing enough medical techniques, his father decided to bring him home on his own and attempt to treat his son‘s injury by himself, but unfortunately, it was already too late, Raylor’s right arm was unrecoverable.
As a puppet master, to lose an arm was unthinkable, and so quickly, his father thought about a possible solution to this problem.
Raylor woke up few days later, with a kind of weird feeling in the arm. He didn't feel pain, but felt it was there. He took a few seconds before realizing that it wasn't his hand, but one similar to a puppet one.
As he woke up, his father explained him what happened. Normally, it would have been impossible for him to recover mobility, but because of the nature of his powers, there was still a chance. His father then explained him that thanks to a spell he casted, he would momentary recover part of mobility, but that all the rest of it would depend on him.
As expected, the rehabilitation was really hard. Raylor sometimes lost control, turning his day to day life into a challenge; he couldn't work properly, carry heavy objects, or do almost anything that included using his arm to do it, but Raylor didn't lose hope. From this day, Raylor continued to constantly improve his skills so he could control it with more ease, and after a year of work, it was practically readapted.
Up to date, Raylor has learned enough to animate objects on his own, but still needs a lot of practice with several branches of his abilities.