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Lucio Lege

Post by Lucio on Mon Mar 09, 2015 4:11 am

Lucio Lege
The Faerie of Twilight


   Name: Lucio Lege
   Age: 19
   Species: Somebody, Human

   Primary Elements
   1.) Darkness [Heart]
   2.) Space [Advanced]
   3.) Fire
   4.) Water

   Personality:
Lucio is somewhat comfortable (yet awkward) in front of others, although he tends no to initiate conversations with strangers. According to others, he has a "sad" expression on his face a majority of the time, despite personally being unaware of it. This resting face is usually non-reflective of his actual feelings; in truth, it is difficult for Lucio to feel any negative emotion, for reasons unknown to the boy. Although he does feel positive emotions more, he seldom expresses them unless the right company prods him to. When around those close to him, he displays a bit of a playful, sarcastic side, occasionally overstepping bounds and unwittingly going too far. When no one is around, Lucio enjoys conversing with himself; sometimes silently, sometimes aloud.

Regardless of all the thinking he does, Lucio understands little about himself, and is lost for an answer if one tries to ask him. He refuses to believe the positive traits about himself, and takes what people say very seriously. His low self-esteem, however, has not evolved into self-hate; rather, he views his flaws and imperfections as simple, neutral statements of fact. This does not keep him from wanting to improve, as he has spent most of his life training to be a better person overall, both physically and personally. His determination to improve himself is paired with his desire to for a more exciting life--finding that his mundane life, as content and peaceful as it is, hardly compares to the ones he has read in books.

He has a habit of constantly cracking his various parts of his body, although it has little to do with nervousness or being uncomfortable. He started a young age and, since then, hasn't been able to stop. He'll go over his fingers, his knuckles, his wrists, his ankles, his knees, his neck, his back... nearly every muscle one is able to crack. Once he begins, he won't stop until a minute or too has passed, often unsatisfied with the results. In addition, Lucio will suddenly utter random words or phrases every now and then, the thoughts floating around his head with such speed and force they escape through his lips.  

Lucio has a soft spot for children and animals, and they never fail to put a smile on his face. However, in the case of children, he finds himself unsure of how to properly speak or act around them, as much as he would like to be their friend. On the other hand, he's never afraid to approach an animal, going so far as to pet them and speak to them. Strangely enough, this behavior extends to even inanimate forms of creatures, such as plushes or statues. He strokes them and talks to them as if the objects were actually alive, although never more than for a few seconds (lest he be judged by curious eyes).

   Appearance:
Ideally, Lucio would have short, well-groomed hair that is fixed above his forehead. Unfortunately, said hair grows rather quickly, often sooner than he would like to have his hair cut. As such, his jet-black bangs usually extend just past his eyebrows, the rest of his hair falling right below his ears. To keep them from obscuring his vision, Lucio sweeps his bangs to the left side of this face, revealing his peculiar silver eyes (which are a bit wider than almond-shaped). His face is slightly longer than average but makes up the difference by being slightly rounded as well. He tries to keep clean-shaven, never growing more than stubble before he shaves.

He stands at about 5'11" without any shoes on and weighs around 160 to 170 lbs, depending on his eating habits throughout the month. His stomach is not quite flat but isn't entirely rounded either, his physique best described as average. His arms are slightly more muscled than the rest of his body, his right arm (the dominant one) being more so than the left. He has a round-ish rear end, but it is hardly noticeable unless one really looks.

Lucio typically wears slim, dark blue jeans, but occasionally interchanges them for a deep black pair, with the waist of his pants being held up by a dark brown leather belt with a silver buckle in the shape of a lock. On his upper body he tends to wear plain shirts, either short-sleeved or long-sleeved with the sleeves rolled up, although from time to time he'll wear a white tee with an open plaid long-sleeve over it. His shirts vary in color, but he's particular to dark colors such as maroon or navy blue. When it's cool enough (sometimes even when it's not), Lucio will wear a black jacket in addition to his usual enough. The jacket itself is both collared and hooded, and is worn with the zippers open. He has two pairs of shoes: a black pair of sneakers with grey accents, and a pair of navy blue high-tops with a white outline. His only accessories are a wristwatch and a caribbeaner. The watch has a blue face, silver hands, and a brown strap. The caribbeaner is black, hangs from his waist, and holds the keys to his house on it.

   History:
Lucio’s birth was like that of any child’s, save for one minor event: the mistake of his doctor. As you know, upon birth, an infant is still connected to his or her mother via the umbilical cord. This cord must be severed in order to separate the pair. Now, the doctor performing this procedure was relatively young, and this was his first time overseeing a childbirth. The man was undoubtedly qualified, and the baby was born with no problems, but when it came to detaching the umbilical cord the doctor shook out of nervousness. It was this, paired with his heavily perspired palms, that caused the surgical instrument to slip from his grasp and clatter on the floor below.

Fortunately, neither the doctor nor the babe were harmed. However, it would be inaccurate to say that there were no consequences; the blade, while managing to avoid contact with the child, slid in-between the infant’s body and its shadow. By some twist of fate, the blade managed to sever the connection between the human and its shadow. One would think that this is a painful process, yet the newborn felt no pain: rather, a tingling sensation spread throughout his body. Tickled, he laughed; this was only the beginning of what was to be a strange life.

Of course, it didn’t take long for the people around the child to notice that he produced no shadow. Scientists and doctors, even after several examinations, were unable to discover or manufacture a reasonable explanation; after all, this situation was not reasonably nor scientifically possible. However, as Lucio appeared healthy and normal in all other aspects, they released him from the hospital with his overjoyed (yet confused) parents.

Lucio had a relatively mundane childhood in regards to life at home; he got along with his parents—most of the time—and they treated him as if he was completely normal. Unfortunately, that couldn’t be said about anyone outside of his family. Much of the children in his neighborhood rejected him, ran from him, shouting verbal abuses such as “the demon!”  or “he’s going steal your soul!”. Their parents, naturally, did nothing—while they took care not to insult him directly, the adults were scared of that which they couldn’t understand and spoke of him in brief glances and rushed whispers.

Though he grew up most of his life alone, Lucio was not an unhappy child. That was the strange thing—despite all the hardships in his life, it was extremely difficult for him to feel any sort of negative emotion. Instead, the boy was filled with positivity and looked towards a brighter future. He believed that he could change everyone’s perspective of him by proving that he wasn’t a demon, and the most logical method of going about that would be to exterminate the other well-known demons that plagued the town: the Heartless.

He set about training himself in the art of swordsmanship. He carved himself a sword from a branch he found in the woods to use as a weapon. Every year, he’d watch the Struggle tournament from atop the buildings adjacent to the Sandlot (he had also taught himself how to navigate and travel above the town, improving his climbing, running, and jumping skills) and would practice the moves he saw performed there. Once he felt confident enough, the boy would go around town seeking Heartless to fight.

Practice in the secret of his room, naturally, wasn’t enough to grant him actual battle prowess. The first few times he confronted the dark creatures, Lucio would come home with several cuts, scrapes, and bruises (much to his parents’ worry, though he reassured them he’d be fine). With each encounter he had with the Heartless, however, the young warrior became more and more experienced and more and more proficient with his makeshift weapon.

Although he was pleased with the results with his training, Lucio couldn’t help but feel as if something was missing. The sword helped him pursue his dream of being accepted by his community, but that wasn’t enough…he also wanted to defend his family and his town. So, he begun to train by using an additional sword in tandem with his original, this one held by his left hand in reverse. However, because the Struggle tournament only allowed the use of a Struggle bat during matches, Lucio had no one to learn off of—he would have to improvise and develop techniques himself. Awkward and clumsy at first, Lucio eventually reached a point where he was able to combat the low-level Heartless with ease.

It was time for the boy to upgrade his weapons. Two wooden swords would not hold against the more powerful demons. He’d had to replace his weapons several times already simply battling the lesser versions. Besides, fighting with them took too long with the weak materials. Lucio thus chose to complete requests throughout the town, a task that he hoped would hit two birds with one stone: not only provide the male with the money he needed to purchase better weapons, but also prove to the villagers that he was on their side, that he wasn’t a demon.

Eventually, he found a more stable job at the local bookstore; although he was only required to work a few hours each week, he soon began to spend much of his free time at his workplace as well. When he was not training with his swords, he could be found reading an endless amount of books at the store. He was most drawn to the fantasy genre, and delved headfirst into worlds far more exciting than his own. As interesting as fighting monsters was, the stories within books just had a greater depth to them that made his training pale in comparison. He realized then how ordinary his life was compared to the magical, wondrous fantasy the written worlds had. His favorite book was one that described an imaginary island where one could be whoever they wanted and do whatever they wanted for eternity... For some reason, Lucio was drawn to this book, which promised freedom and adventure for its readers.

One of his greatest finds in the store was an old-looking book that spoke of magic and spells. Although the boy initially assumed it to be a mock book for children, the bookstore owner assured him otherwise and insisted he take it. (The owner was one of the few people Lucio trusted, as the adult had dismissed the idea of him being a demon and had always been quite friendly with him). The old man went on further to explain that a highly-respected magician, a Twilight Town native and an old friend of the shopkeeper, had left it with the store as he "no longer had any use for it". Excited, the boy took the book and immediately began reading it, hoping to unlock its secrets so as to supplement his fighting. Unfortunately, even after weeks of practice, the youngster had shown no results. He didn't know whether the book was a dud or whether he was simply incapable of wielding such power, but he kept the lexicon and practiced occasionally (although less than before).

Within a few months, the warrior had saved up more than enough money to acquire real weapons (which he was even able to design himself, thanks to a local crafter). Unfortunately, even despite all the work he had done and had continued doing, the townsfolk had yet to completely accept him. Yes, they had realized that the “demon” was “good” and would protect them; however, it was his success in this point that convinced him he could be none other than a demon. “Of course only a demon would have the ability to destroy other demons,” they told themselves.

In his attempt to save himself from his isolation, Lucio had condemned himself to it. Nevertheless, he keeps hope within himself as he continues to pursue a bright future by defending his dark present.

   Other Notes: Due to the circumstances surrounding his birth [see History], Lucio lacks a shadow despite whatever angle of light he is placed in. In addition to this, he also has slightly enhanced senses (hearing, vision, etc.).



Last edited by Lucio on Thu Aug 18, 2016 9:20 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Site Update 2.0.0 -- Minor alterations and additions to Personality, History, and Appearance. Change in Elements.)

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As per Update 2.0.0, bump for re-approval.

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