Alright just want to make sure Greek mythology is acceptable. Oh yeah and Reserved, should have it up by either today or tommorow.
Edit: Finally got it up, now just need to put it through word to finalize any grammatical errors my iPod or I have mistaken. Until then here's the Alpha copy of it.
Fairy tale: Greek Mythology.
Patient Number: 23601-R0F1C0PT3R-D3ADR0XX0RZ
Appearance: Hades skin is pale white, his cheek fat is nonexistent giving his mouth area a skeletal look. His eyes are sunken with a dull bored look on it. He wears a Black robe tattered all over it with his hood drooping below his forehead in a narrowing fashion till it ends in a sharp point. He has no muscle mass to speak of yet stands straight like an arrow, only hunching forward when he is playing his scythe. His fingernails reach out by s few millimeters past the skin and most of them are covered in dirt as if he was digging in the ground with his hands. He stands at 5 '6 and has pitch black hair that seems to be groomed and gelled back. (And no there is no picture as I have no artistic skill to even pay someone to say it's moderately ok and can't find a picture online to fit this either so until I do no picture)
Likes: Edgar Allen Poes poems: mainly the raven
The Guitar (Bothe electric and regular)
The Latin language
Ravens and Wolves
Dislikes: Other men
Poor things and people
Lack of music
Disorders: Bi-polar: Does not trust anyone or anything (Also known as Dementia from where I got the idea), ADHD, Hoarder
Summons the Dead: Hades can raise skeletons, zombies, ghosts and other undead atrocities with his guitar or through rituals. The longer the song/ritual is the more powerful the undead, his ADHD normally causes him to get off track with it meaning at first he might be summoning a blubbery monster zombie but would then add a long snake like undead with a spine/long rib cage for its snake body that is piercing through the chest with it's dagger like end tail. This outlet normally lets his ADHD side a place to go meaning it's rare for it to show somewhere else. An average skeleton armed with sword and shield takes twenty seconds to make.
-Can have a squad of body guards that need no rest to fight for him
-Easy to replace one of them quickly
-All come equipped with armor and weapons usually after a historical culture such as Spartan battle armor and weapons, Vikings, fuedal japan, and mideval ages
-Durable and strong. Takes effort to kill.
-Can only have 4-5 at a time or else they’ll go rampant
-Is harder to replace them in bulk
-More powerful undead require more mental power to control meaning less and less undead as they get stronger
Grimoire power: A fancy way of saying that a flock of ravens normally follow him around on his shoulders, head, and back. Their eyes are all light blue with a fire in them. He is attached to each and every one and will get obscenely angry when a single one dies; he has also individually named each and every one of his thirty ravens. Lastly is his number one most attached object, his wolf Cerberus. Unlike the mythology one it does not have three heads just one. It is also not humongous but it does have the same eyes as the ravens, crooked jagged light blue design on its black fur. And its mane is jutting backwards like a crown. Its tongue and mouth is soaked with blood and fingers are also encroached with dirt. It is only 6 months old and is either on his hood using it like a pocket or in Hades arms. Hades can also look through their eyes to get direct information on reconnaissance missions and stalking.
- Can provide a good distraction
-Can help in combat with the undead to swarm and stun a target
-Are excellent in spying and guard duty
-The more sent on spying the more information they can gather
-Hades can see through there eyes for even better spying
-Have no combat abilities beyond being a nuisance, distraction, shoving, and stunning
-Hard to tell if they’re cawing because of food, an enemy, or to scare an enemy away
-Are obvious on spying missions if too many are sent
-Is completely defenceless when mind controlling a raven to see through it's eyes
Main Weapon: Scythe
Secondary Weapon: Can be converted into a musical instrument with strings going down from the bottom of the blade like a guitar.
History: Much like the Greek mythology Hades did have two other brothers, and they did draw straws to see who would rule what. The difference is they ran a pizzeria not the world, Poseidon got the kitchen and plate cleaning duty, Zeus got management and clerk, while Hades was maintenance or in other words the plumber. They worked together and had a great happy time and there restaurant got a rather large amount of customers driving off most business. With their upper middle class pay checks they all got a good house and life. Hades was the most successful with a beautiful wife and a baby child.
The problem with their large pay checks was that there competitors Fatty Rats wanted them out of the picture no matter what. Soon they hired a hit man who killed Zeus and Poseidon before going after Hades. When the hit man brought out the gun and fired he missed and instead killed Hades wife with child in hand. He mourned there death and rarely left the graveyard they were buried in. After spending so much time in the graveyard he grew attached to the strange tranquility and serenity of the graveyard. It's morbid orderly place in which when he peaked deeply enough into the thought he found death as simply a step beyond the mortal into a vast uknown. Sadly even with his new found peace Fatty Rats still wanted him dead and sent more and more hitmen until he eventually took humptys offer. And so he ventured off to Humpty’s island taking on the name of Hades to symbolize his new absorption into Death.
Theme: Still getting the link but; Voltaires Land of the Dead
Undead Minion Theme: Les Miserables Prologue Work song (They say the chorus mainly with the exception of “Your here even if you die”. More high ranked undead will do the solo parts however)
Last edited by Villain
on Fri Dec 03, 2010 7:53 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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