Race/Symbol: Fae - Wand
Imagination: Similiar to the Fifth and some of his minions, Xavier draws a certain amount of his power from humanity. But whereas they tend to pull from emotions, he pulls from the mind. The power of human imagination is almost unrivaled by anything else, the human mind able to think up things of amazement. And Xavier has the ability to absorb the smallest idea and use it to better himself (such as from video games, anime, books, and anything else).
The power of Imagination allows Xavier to transform his body in any infinite manner he would desire. He can change his shape completely to another form (ie an animal, or appear as another person), or partially (right arm could become a mega buster like megaman, wings growing from his back, growing teeth, etc).
It's unknown whether there's a limit to his transformations, though what is known is that (so far) he seems only to cause transformations within his own flesh, making this a personal ability only.
Belt of Will: Xavier is a person who always likes to be in control. And with such, he desires complete control of himself more than anything. With that in mind, he created a belt of power that essentially shields his mind from the influences of other fae. This makes it infinitely harder for magic to effect his mind, though it may still effect his body to some degree. But with his mind free, he is usually able to quickly find a way to counteract any physical magic.
Book of Answers: Xavier is often seen carrying around a thick tome with him. Very few are privy to the knowledge that it is more than a dusty tome. The Book is actually an artifact that Xavier has uncovered, something as old as the Four (and the Fifth). Taking hundreds of years, Xavier finally was able to claim mastery over the book. Voicing a question, he is able to open the book and find the answer in the pages within. However, depending on the information desired, a sacrifice of some kind must be made. And while it has since been lost in the sands of time, Xavier had sacrificed countless fae in research of the tome. However, as of yet, none know of this... yet.
Human Form - Xavier takes the guise of a darkly handsome young man, hair and eyes as black as the darkest midnight. His skin is just shy of being too pale, often with a pair of glasses adorning his features. Despite it all, while in this form he almost has what the human's called 'animal magnetism'. Women often notice this more than males.
Fae Form - Xavier's true form has been lost to all, perhaps even himself. The form he takes most often is that of an almost evil looking magician (as the picture), hiding the flesh behind mask and cloak.
Personality: Xavier would probably be the one closest to being like the Fifth. Being somewhat of a control freak, he is aware that power is what you make of it. The strong control and the weak should obey. Because of such thinking, he has worked to ensure he is one of the most powerful of the fae. However, the only thing that really keeps him from crossing the threshold that the Fifth did is knowing what might happen to him if he did. Because of this, he walks a fine line.
Intelligent, calculating, at times almost cold, Xavier is a mind almost unequaled. And because of this, he tends to use his mind more than his emotions. Every once in a while, he is known to be almost friendly, humorous (though somewhat in a smart-assed way).
One oddity about the man is, despite his coldness, he has a deep streak for perversion, rather enjoying the flesh of a female. Often in naughty predictaments, or perverse encounters is he known to be a little more open than other times.
Biography: Its unknown exactly where Xavier appeared from, where he was born, or anything else. What -is- known however is that one day he appeared, holding the book of answers, and already wielded a power of greater magnitude than most could know. And it was shortly thereafter that he attained the position as one of the Four... a position he's held for as long as any could remember.