Alright! My first(main) PC is ready and approved. Here he is:
Name: Fallierontheross (Commonly known as Fallon)
Age: 145 (Appears 19)
Personality: Before the terrible events that destroyed Celestia, Fallon was an optimistic, caring Angel Trainer, tough but fair to his trainees. Always ready with firm, but helpful advice to them. Apart from his work, he was known for being always at the vanguard of diplomacy with the Netherworld. While relatively quiet outside of his duties, he becomes very talkative around those he trusts and values. All that, however, is now a dim memory, as the dull, nearly single-minded existence of a Nobody has all but locked his spirit away..
Home World: Originally, Celestia. Now, Radiant Garden(Airship crash sire near Hollow Bastion).
Weapons: Damnation and Salvation (pistols)
These are his normal weapons, and also the weapons he bears as a Nobody..
Heart System: 45/55
Fallon's life was never an easy one, even from birth. When taken in for his Exaltation shortly after he was born, the head Priest was shocked to find, he had the Mark of Chaos upon him. This had not happened in many eons, which made many of the Seraphs instantly nervous. While not exactly a damning mark, by many, he was considered to be destined to become a Fallen One. However, what really made the Seraphs wary of him, was what was found next: He was also marked as a Keybearer, destined to wield one of Celestia's most powerful artifacts: the Keyblade known, ironically enough, as The Fallen.
In order to prepare him for this responsibility, he was sent forth, to various Keybearers, so he would learn the art, and return to claim the Keyblade, which for the moment, slumbered within one of Celestia's heavily guarded vaults. As part of his studies, he became a student of the great magician, Yen Sid. On his time with the grand magician, he met a rather peculiar fellow student. While their first meeting was not the best played out moment, they quickly became closer, albeit in the form of a semi-friendly rivalry. This strange friendship continued, even after both of them had returned to their respective worlds. He became an outspoken advocate for full diplomacy between Celestia and the Netherworld, partly to be able to continue seeing her. Since the Seraphs expected him to become a fallen eventually, he was given this 'fool's errand' of trying to heal millenniums of distrust and strife between Celestia and the Netherworld.
Some say he would have eventually succeeded, but the fates played their dark hand, as these strange creatures of shadow began invading Celestia. By all accounts, the Netherworld, as well as the human world were under attack. Following the subtle hints given to him by the keyblade, he fought his way to the center of the realm, already swarming with Heartless, and found Celestia's World keyhole. While in the process of sealing the keyhole, an unknown force surged through it, assaulting him and nearly overloading his keyblade. To all who saw him at that moment, Shada included, he appeared to be destroyed by the surge. Only his keyblade, scorched and rendered inert by the blast, remained behind..
Name: Tarkan Meinos Serevi
Personality: Ever the working man, he tends to speak to the machines he services more than to people. When he does deign to speak to a living being, he does so in gruff, dry tones. This is no cover, no shield. The horrors committed by both Heartless and Nobodies on his Home World of Ivalice weigh heavily on his soul. But it was the atrocities done by those with evil in their hearts in the wake of the destruction, that truly turned him away from those who call themselves 'civilized' and 'righteous', or indeed, 'people'. The few friends he had, were his clients, and material suppliers. Those brave enough to come to the crumbling airship wreck that is his home, will be greeted by one of countless robot sentries, and a warning shot..
Home World: Ivalice (FF XII)
Theme: <Will add later>
Name - Bolt Driver (Cannon Spear)
Ability: Spearhead Cannon/Drill Shot
By using the powerful magnetic engine within Bolt Driver, the spearhead can be shot out at the enemy. This can be very damaging from impact alone, but leaves him with a metal staff, until he can replace the spearhead. Becuse of this, he usually carries three loaded Bolt Drivers, one of them fitted with a hardened drill bit.
By fitting a hardened drill bit to the end of Bolt Driver instead of a spearhead, he can achieve much greater damage, though the resulting missile is slower.
The halls of the crashed airship are littered with the results of such attacks.
Name - AC-22X Wyvern (Automatic mini-crossbow)
Shooting 3-inch darts at a frightening rate, it can shoot 18 such darts before needing to reload. It is gas operated, so it needs to be refueled every 120 shots.
Heart System: 50/50
A prodigy child from a young age, he had much more understanding of the with the mechanics, with an emphasis on the technology of the great flying machines, they called Airships. Their ability to float for what seemed to be forever, fascinated him. But that same trait, made them painfully slow, in his opinion. The more advanced prototypes aside, they took days, sometimes weeks, to get anywhere within the Realm. This was rather annoying to him, and early on, began to study alternate ways of powering and propelling these ponderous machines. Some of his work was based on a strange device he had found some time ago, as he had witnessed it falling from the sky. He had studied this device in detail, and had discovered it was a 'motion drive' of previously unknown kind. He discovered, after a few experiments, that it could be used to propel an airship to wondrous speeds, as well as seemingly teleport said ship, given enough energy.
About this time, the war between Dalmasca and Archadia began to heat up, forcing him to deviate from his personal quest, to assist in the militarization of just about every flying vehicle in Dalmasca. Secretly, he continued his work on the 'Aero Drive' as he had decided to name it. He outfitted a small, scout-type airship with the largest form of the drive he could adequately power, as well as tons of supplies and fuel, for he did not know where this drive would send them to, once activated.
The day of the test flight was marred by horrible news: Nalbina Fortress had fallen! It would be a matter of time before Archadian forces made their way to the capital, Rabanastre. Proceeding hastily with final preparations, he and the 'Swiftwing' as he had called the test ship, launched into a sky already blazing with battle. But he would not be deterred by this. However, he did not count on, was the infiltration of these strange, shadowy creatures. They killed his crew, and sabotaged the ship's main drives. His first thought was that these creatures were Archadian creations, sent in to try and force him to land, so the ship could be captured by the Archadians for study.
However, as he scramble to keep control he could see huge clouds of similar creatures attacking not only the Dalmascan ships, but also the Archadian ones. Whoever was controlling these monsters, wanted everyone dead..
In a rare display of rage, he vented the engine room with hyper-heated steam from the core, then activated the experimental 'Aero drive', hoping it would get him away from the battle, form these horrible creatures. The ship appeared to be enveloped in a blinding light. When he came to, he was floating inside the cockpit. He could feel no gravity, and could not see the sky, or the ground. He also discovered, to his horror, that the rest of the ship was now deserted. The bodies of his crew, and the creatures, were nowhere to be found. But worst of all, is that he and the ship, were now stuck in this strange realm, with no ground, and no sky. He discovered the Aero drive was still working, but with such few points of reference, in the form of scattered pieces of.. earth? he had no idea where he was going. Sure, he had supplies to last him many months, but those would eventually run out, unless he did something, soon.
After nearly a month of wandering, he found what appeared to be a portal, but nothing could be seen on the other side of such. Rather than chance getting lost in this strange realm again, he steered the ship into it. After the disorientation faded, he realized he had gravity again, and that meant one thing: without main drives to keep her afloat, the ship was losing altitude! He sighted the ground a few moments later, and did about all he could not to crush the ship trying to crash land. A few hours later, he awoke in the middle of the now trashed ship, the safety devices having thrown him from the cockpit, which was now buried into the side of a hill.
Slowly, he reconditioned the ship's cargo bay as a shelter, most of the supplies having survived the crash. While he still fumed about Archadia's treachery, the thought of those creatures ripping his crew apart was still fresh in his memory. But was little he could do about it for now, except survive in this strange realm..