In Game NPC (Mostly)
Trevor Masterarm God or Goddess Parent:
VulcanClaimed or Unclaimed:
Claimed, Leader of the Vulcan CabinAge:
19Any Background Info:
Trevor has a brother he does not remember. When he was two and his brother, Vincent, was three they where taken on a camping trip by their mother. She cried the entire way there and as they walked towards a big house he came face to face with a large wolf. The wolf seemed to have said something to her mother which had her scoop up both her children and run away. Something was said that endangered one of the boys and in the commotion young Trevor broke his leg. Last he remembered of his mother was seeing her cry before she was killed by a creature and a pain in his leg as he was dragged to safety. The memories became nightmares as the young man was raised by Lupa herself for all of his life. He has been at the camp since that age and was claimed at the age of six by his father. Sadly his left leg never properly healed which has forced him to use a leg brace form a young age. His disability is a constant reminder that he is not perfect and sometimes feels he did not belong until he earned the respect of his fellow campers only because of his ability in a forge with a blacksmith hammer. Fatal Flaw:
Nightmares, Amnesia, partial disability in his left leg. Weapon or Skill:
Master Craftsman/Technician Physical Description:
Extra info- will help me develop quest/ideas for the game. Future Goals
None, sees the Roman Camp as his home.Fears
Is afraid of the nightmares he recalls, a sense of abandonment followed by utter terror and loneliness. Likes
Italian food, slurpees (made his own machine) Dislikes
Fish, cold chilly weather, fog- reminds him of the mist in his nightmares.
Trainer of Heroes for the Roman Camp God or Goddess Parent:
Unknown/ImmortalAny Background Info:
Achilles was the son of the nymph Thetis and Peleus, the king of the Myrmidons. Zeus and Poseidon had been rivals for the hand of Thetis until Prometheus, the fire-bringer, warned Zeus of a prophecy that Thetis would bear a son greater than his father. For this reason, the two gods withdrew their pursuit, and had her wed Peleus. When Achilles was born, Thetis tried to make him immortal by dipping him in the River Styx. However, he was left vulnerable at the part of the body she held him above the water by, his heel. Peleus entrusted Achilles to Chiron the Centaur, on Mt. Pelion, to be raised and trained.
Achilles was one of the many heroes recruited by Agamemmon and Menelaus on their expedition of the conquest to Troy. At first he refused, but after lengthy convincing he agreed. When they finally reached Troy he fought well, but after 3 or 5 years, he got into an argument with Agamennon and he refused to fight. His best friend Patrocules took his armor and with his leadership he moved the Trojans back, but alas, their success did not last, and Patrocules was slain by the great Hector, the hero of the Trojan army. In a frenzy of grief, Achilles nearly committed suicide, if not for his faithful companions who held him back. His mother Thetis then brought him new armor, and he forgave Agammenon.
Enraged, Achilles brought down his wrath on the Trojan army, creating carnage among the Trojans. He filled up a river so full of bodies that it overflowed. But Achilles wanted one death - Hector's death. As the Trojans ran madly for the city Hector bravely stood to face Achilles. Achilles cackled insanely and they had a magnificent fight. But only Achilles came back to the Greek camp. He would not live for much longer, for an Oracle had predicted if he slew Hector, he would die soon after. Sure enough as Paris,the abductor of Helen, came to the field when he shot an arrow at Achilles, and guided by Apollo, Achilles met his death. Fatal Flaw:
N/A- Remains immortal as long as he trains the demigods of the campWeapon or Skill:
Sword and Shield, Combat master/trainer. Physical Description:
(See pic) Dislikes
The Children of Apollo