Exodis - The Last Savior
Chapter 1– Beginning
“They’re coming, Exodis. Prepare yourself.”
Those were the words Exodis remembered before he woke up. Sitting by the side of his bed, he tries to figure out what that dream meant. Who were coming? Why would they be coming for him? These thoughts were halted by his mother’s calling. “Exo, come downstairs! I made you breakfast and I don’t want you going late to school again!” “I’ll be down in a bit, mom!” Exodis replies, as he shrugs off the dream, only taking it as one of his many random illusions. He then realizes that he is going to be late, so he quickly wears the closest pair of clothes he can wear; a pair of blue jeans, his favorite white shirt , socks, and blue/black shoes. “That seems to be it” He says, as he grabs his backpack and heads off downstairs.
Exodis, an 18 year old caucasian with black hair, a medium stature, and a not-to-buff-but-not-too-skinny body, lives in Chicago with his mother and 7 year old sister Samantha. Exodis’s mother is a kind, heart-warming woman who is a waiter to one of the richest, fanciest hotels in the city. She cares for both her children, teaching them the ways of respect and responsibility of what a true parent would do. Samantha is the little angel of the family, but in a good way. She and Exodis get along like most siblings do, but they do have their moments of conflicts. She attended kindergarten last year, and has been a pretty decent student. With this loving family, however, one family member is missing.
Exodis’s father abandoned them when he was only 11 years old, when his little sister was born, and was never heard of since. No one but his mother knows why he left, but she always keeps it as a secret from everyone. Whenever they mention Exodis’s father, the only thing she says is “The day I die is the day I’ll tell you about what happened to him.” 7 years have passed since he left, and Exodis is still saddened from his father’s departure. His sister treats it less as she’s never met him, and mother only takes it as a bad memory.
The last thing his father left to his son was a bracelet that was passed on through generations of his culture. Exodis thought it was of his Mexican ancestors, but from how it looks it may have been a culture far beyond his understanding. However, the last words his father ever said to him are still inscribed in his mind: “Exodis, there will be troubles you will face when you get older. There will be decisions that will risk the lives of many. You must be strong, son. You are one of the best, and the day you realize that, you won’t just change our world: you’ll change the Universe forever.” Exodis wonders what he means by changing “the Universe”. How can he change something that big? Nonetheless, he still keeps it as an afterthought in his life and his goals.
No matter what, he still keeps a leveled head and tries to live life by the fullest as the world could end at any time. Strangely enough, he was right about one thing: the world was soon to come to an end.
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From now on i will call you eggy because i don't like x but ex sounds like eggs. i like eggs.Yog:
Exodis, your manner of speech and the way you conduct yourself is beginning to evolve to the point where I'm starting to like you.Blood Lord:
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I'm totally gay for Randori.Stuff:
Exodis, you are learning. Mama is proud.
Live the Lovable Life, Die the Dreadful Death.
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