Joined: 25 May 2011
He has been given the ability of incredible insight
, and his words are his weapons.
They're both more defense than offense. His weapons are pens. That's right, pens.
Don't underestimate these ink-powered swords!
Snake, since it's a representation of his best friend (who I killed off because I'm an
.how long have they been here.
.their old life.
He quickly broke off ties with his old friends when he realized they were a serious
hindrance his job (which will not be spoken of). The one friend that remained was Mordred,
who was killed when Jovian lost control of an experimental device (this is so cheesy).
Though extremely pained, he often feels he should have been sadder. Unlike most people, he
did not try to dodge the responsibility, and accepted that he was at fault.
He didn't even care when he was sent to court. He didn't have to worry about hiding the
truth, because nothing good will come out of it. He even argued that murder is serious and
he deserves the Death Penalty - the fact that he's a minor should be entirely irrelevant.
Unfortunately, all he got was waking up in an eerily dark room, and a task that seemed so
simple, it had to be a joke.
Despite being able to read others easily, he's completely clueless about himself (it's
almost naive). It's because he detaches himself from the rest of the world in an attempt
to understand things without any bias. He's usually quiet and docile, until his
beliefs/morals are attacked - then, he becomes stubborn and inflexible, emotions bursting
out with an almost childlike innocence. It isn't until then, that you probably start to
realize that he isn't very complicated at all, despite his skill with words and cutting
He values logic over sentiment and feeling, but he will automatically resist if he's
pushed into doing something.
He doesn't care if you're an expert or not; to him, authority means nothing. He just cares
if there is evidence to validate your points, or at least sound judgement.
He becomes childish and (even more) outspoken when he's tired of being serious - either
way, it's hard to mock him, because when he's serious, he self-deprecates, and when he's
childish, he laughs at everything. He has many, many, flaws, and he embraces them because
he's not about to change. In fact, if you tell him that he needs to change his attitude,
he'll rebuke, and tell you why that's impossible (for him).
He's sarcastic, cynical, and pessimistic, but not necessarily morose.
Sometimes he'll bluff, just to see the reactions he gets.
He would rather be just, than fair.
He possesses a wide knowledge and many skills, but is often reluctant to display them,
because he doesn't trust people with so much information about himself. He also hates
being in the limelight - he will only ever risk being center-stage if it's to humiliate
someone, or if he's accomplished something he's very proud of. That said, if he played too
small a role in a discovery/victory/etc, he'd rather not be on stage at all. For him, it's
either all or nothing.
He'd make a poor leader; he's more of an evil advisor, really. We all know it's the
advisors who do all the work.
He is best represented by The Tower
and The Fool.
He is also the main character of my latest story, so, like, don't go on stealin'.
It was a bit hard looking for pictures, but this should be adequate. Just, brown eyes
instead of flashing red.
Jovian Ring ; 16 ; Incredible Insight and Pens
"I know that already."