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Name: Ahn Cheol-Su
Age: 16
Mortal Parent: Ahn Areum
God Parent: Palaemon
Siblings: Other children of Palaemon
Model: Park Jin Young Jr.
Personality: WIP





In the small island of Marado in the southernmost point of South Korea was the family of Ahn Areum. Her family’s industry focused on Marado Island’s tourism. As such, they ran an inn to accommodate the tourists visiting the island, with her as the owner despite her young age.

While on the way to Jeju Island, which was two kilometers away from Marado, an uncalled yet vicious thunderstorm caused the small boat she rode on to capsize. That was when Areum met Palaemon, known for saving sailors in distress. The god brought her to Jeju and back at Marado himself, and the rest was history. The relationship lasted for more than a year; at that point, Areum was discovered to be pregnant. The Ahn Family actually assumed that Palaemon, under the name (name), would be Areum’s future husband. Even so, he left them as soon as Areum gave birth to their firstborn son, Cheol-Su.

Unfortunately, Cheol-Su was born prematurely. What’s worse was that he had a severe congenital heart defect; it seemed that his heart had an abnormally large hole. The doctors residing in Marado told Areum that Cheol-Su needed a better medical attention at Jeju Island because he was already dying. While on the way to Jeju, his condition worsened, and his mother thought he was dead. Nevertheless, she hadn’t lost hope and still brought him to the hospital, where he was put under surgery. The operation cost a fortune, but Areum didn’t mind, because Cheol-Su lived in the end.

While Cheol-Su managed to survive death, he had to take medication outside the hospital for an indefinite amount of time. The hole in his heart was definitely sealed, but his overall condition was still unstable and very sensitive. If he spent too much playing, he started running out of breath and his chest hurt. As such, he was confined to his own house, inhaled oxygen often, and was pretty much spoiled because of the circumstances. If he ever went outside, he only walked during the cool mornings. Even the rise of temperature affected him.

Cheol-Su’s childhood was indeed lonely, with very few kids who actually understood him aside from his family. The rest of the children in their small village on Marado Island only made fun of him. For him, he really felt jealous and insecure. Whenever he felt his life was really miserable, he would run away from home to hide in a cave or walk along the shore by the sea. While it was understandable that his behavior was patterned after most children of Palaemon, the sea reminded him of his dream to go beyond Marado Island. Simply put, he wanted to be free.

While hanging around in the cave alone on the dawn of his thirteenth birthday, two scythian dracanae appeared from behind towering boulders. Out of fear and panic, he electrocuted the first dracanae with electroreceptive energies, which immediately turned to dust. The second one quickly made its way to constrict him with its trunk, but he started to grow shark teeth and ripped the monster apart. Dumbfounded and easily worn out, he fell unconscious for the following hour.

At the same time, South Korean pirates docked their yachts on Marado. Cheol-Su was unaware, or rather too late of the events that followed after. First posed as tourists, the pirates raided the village, pillaging it of anything they could find. Everything happened in a matter of an hour and as said, Cheol-Su was too late when he came home after waking up. His family was already dead, including his mother Areum. The strong odor of the blood all over made him snap. While on a vicious outrage, he killed his family's killers—two pirates at that—but also caused his house to blow up in a burst of flames.

Cheol-Su, assuming that he would die at any given time, made his way to the seashore where he wanted to be buried. However, his father, Palaemon, pitied how his miserable son's life ended up. As such, he commanded the waves to bring his son to the sea where he was "drowned in and offered to it". Actually, Palaemon tied Cheol-Su's life to the sea in order to not only save him from dying and his medical complications, but also give him a surge of strength to avenge his dead family. In exchange, however, if Cheol-Su stayed too far away from the sea, he would slowly grow weaker and eventually die.

As Cheol-Su resurfaced from the bottom of the sea, the South Korean pirates from before caught sight of him and hauled him to their yacht. When he woke up and found out he was in the yacht with those who raided his village, he knew he had to lay low before turning against them. While aboard, he met hostage-turned-pirates, Yeo Kyung-Tae and Park Hyun-Ki. They were twelve and fifteen years old, respectively, and had ran away from their own homes only to be kidnapped by the so-called Kkangpae or the South Korean mafia. Their gang of pirates, called as the Gangchi or "Sea Lions", were allied with the said mafia.

It wasn't long before Cheol-Su learned the ways of the Gangchi, especially when it came to raiding towns and villages across the islands in South Korea. Everything that they wore, ate, and used were taken from their victims. If slaying them was necessary, they would do so, but Cheol-Su was pretty reluctant. They called their way of living as "paying the iron price". Doing these kinds of crimes, aside from a lot others, were all parts of his act in a quest for revenge, waiting for the right time to strike.

A year later, the Gangchi squared off against their rivaling pirate gang, the Taepung. Cheol-Su, Kyung-Tae, and Hyun-Ki, now the best of friends, tried to smuggle out one of the yachts but were drugged and incarcerated by the crew members. As a result, the Taepung got hold of three new slaves to be sold to a wealthy drug dealer, Choi Bon-Hwa, at a price of almost 500,000 South Korean won per head in Busan.

Aside from drug trafficking, Cheol-Su, Kyung-Tae, and Hyun-Ki were exposed to a lot more crimes under Bon-Hwa's command. Having background on crimes such as larceny, fraud, and even murder, the three teenagers didn't have much difficulty doing what was asked of them. They were the least expected to do such things for they were children. Although the three were known throughout Bon-Hwa's affiliates, their true identities were only known to him.

Nevertheless, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae still had room for doubts on what they were doing. Cheol-Su's path was totally set aside after being sold by the Taepung, and now lived as nothing but a slave working for a greedy, fat hustler. Being the eldest, Hyun-Ki tried convincing Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae that it was no use escaping because Bon-Hwa had a lot of connections to other organized crime groups, both local and international. However, his two friends weren't easily swayed. Ever since then, Hyun-Ki became cold and distant to them, and was easily manipulated by Bon-Hwa.

Their activities remained as is until a chimera went bursting into Bon-Hwa's large bungalow a year later. During the carnage, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae used the opportunity to finally kill Bon-Hwa. They planned to fake their deaths, attribute their master's death to the chimera attack, and escape. Hyun-Ki, however, threatened to expose their secrets if they ever did leave. If it weren't for the chimera killing him, Cheol-Su would have done the honors. The chimera knocked the two boys unconscious, until a satyr arrived at the scene to kill the monster. The satyr brought the two demigods to Camp Half-Blood, where they were claimed and given briefing on the whole Greek god thing.

Initially unhappy at their stay, Cheol-su and Kyung-Tae found hope when they met a certain child of Hermes who knew his way around computers. With the demigod's help, they started searching for the Gangchi and Taepung's whereabouts and activities.

With about two million South Korean won they stole from Bon-Hwa's vault during their escape, the child of Hermes set up a dead pool of sorts. Using a coded list of the Taepung's current members, they intended to lure the Gangchi into killing their rival pirate gang for the bounty. When they had communication with the Gangchi, they used the monikers Sang-Eo and Yuseong, respectively. Once the Taepung has been eliminated, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae would ambush the Gangchi.

After setting up the plan and training at camp for several months, they went back to South Korea. The Taepung's yachts were last seen scouting the island of Ulleung-do. With audio tapes sent to the Gangchi, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae instructed them to go there. Before payment was made, the Gangchi needed visual confirmation of their kill. Nonetheless, the two secretly followed them.

Once the Taepung was ambushed by the Gangchi in Ulleung-do, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae joined the fight. One by one, members of both pirate gangs fell. The air reeked not only of blood, but also of retribution. It was the two demigods' moment of glory, especially to Cheol-Su, who had waited years to get back to the people who wronged him and his family. He practically enjoyed the savage massacre, having better control of his powers now. However, his thirst for blood ended abruptly when he saw Kyung-Tae collapsing to the ground, already dead from a gunshot.

Now fighting for his best friend, Cheol-Su killed the last of the pirates and tried reviving Kyung-Tae. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to do so. In the end, he went back to camp, his morale diminished by the loss. Unbeknownst to him, Kyung-Tae was revived as a star spirit, awaiting his return.

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"Perhaps we can fly. All of us. How will we ever know unless we leap from some tall tower? No man ever truly knows what he can do unless he dares to leap." ~ Euron Greyjoy
Cheol-Su is a 16-year old son of Palaemon who has returned to camp. He was once part of the Gangchi, a band of South Korean pirates. After escaping a life of criminal slavery in Busan with his best friend, Yeo Kyung-Tae, he carried out his plans to avenge his family. Once a sickly and lonely child, Palaemon tied his life to the sea in order to save him, but if he ever stayed too far away from the sea, he will die. He is bisexual and currently single.
Personality
Cheol-Su is usually reserved and somber, as the majority of his childhood focused on isolation. During those times, he has felt nothing but helplessness, insecurity, and lack of confidence. As a matter of fact, he can still feel those up until today. He has never had any real nor many friends back then, and as such is not quick to trust on nor even talk to people he meets. Normally, his solitary and distrustful personality rubs off to others as cold and standoffish. However, he still has gentler heart, which can only be seen on the interacts with his best friend, Kyung-Tae.


The trauma of seeing his family dead has left a life-long imprint of hatred and animosity on his heart. These turmoils have become stronger when he worked for Bon-Hwa; and after all those years of enduring the worst of hardships, he has become able to suppress, control, and release his emotions at will. While generally a slow burner and calm in demeanor, he has enough rage deep inside to lose his cool.
History

In the small island of Marado in the southernmost point of South Korea was the family of Ahn Areum. Her family’s industry focused on Marado Island’s tourism. As such, they ran an inn to accommodate the tourists visiting the island, with her as the owner despite her young age.

While on the way to Jeju Island, which was two kilometers away from Marado, an uncalled yet vicious thunderstorm caused the small boat she rode on to capsize. That was when Areum met Palaemon, known for saving sailors in distress. The god brought her to Jeju and back at Marado himself, and the rest was history. The relationship lasted for more than a year; at that point, Areum was discovered to be pregnant. The Ahn Family actually assumed that Palaemon, under the name Min-Ho, would be Areum’s future husband. Even so, he left them as soon as Areum gave birth to their firstborn son, Cheol-Su.

Unfortunately, Cheol-Su was born prematurely. What’s worse was that he had a severe congenital heart defect; it seemed that his heart had an abnormally large hole. The doctors residing in Marado told Areum that Cheol-Su needed a better medical attention at Jeju Island because he was already dying. While on the way to Jeju, his condition worsened, and his mother thought he was dead. Nevertheless, she hadn’t lost hope and still brought him to the hospital, where he was put under surgery. The operation cost a fortune, but Areum didn’t mind, because Cheol-Su lived in the end.

While Cheol-Su managed to survive death, he had to take medication outside the hospital for an indefinite amount of time. The hole in his heart was definitely sealed, but his overall condition was still unstable and very sensitive. If he spent too much playing, he started running out of breath and his chest hurt. As such, he was confined to his own house, inhaled oxygen often, and was pretty much spoiled because of the circumstances. If he ever went outside, he only walked during the cool mornings. Even the rise of temperature affected him.

Cheol-Su’s childhood was indeed lonely, with very few kids who actually understood him aside from his family. The rest of the children in their small village on Marado Island only made fun of him. For him, he really felt jealous and insecure. Whenever he felt his life was really miserable, he would run away from home to hide in a cave or walk along the shore by the sea. While it was understandable that his behavior was patterned after most children of Palaemon, the sea reminded him of his dream to go beyond Marado Island. Simply put, he wanted to be free.

While hanging around in the cave alone on the dawn of his thirteenth birthday, two scythian dracanae appeared from behind towering boulders. Out of fear and panic, he electrocuted the first dracanae with electroreceptive energies, which immediately turned to dust. The second one quickly made its way to constrict him with its trunk, but he started to grow shark teeth and ripped the monster apart. Dumbfounded and easily worn out, he fell unconscious for the following hour.

At the same time, South Korean pirates docked their yachts on Marado. Cheol-Su was unaware, or rather too late of the events that followed after. First posed as tourists, the pirates raided the village, pillaging it of anything they could find. Everything happened in a matter of an hour and as said, Cheol-Su was too late when he came home after waking up. His family was already dead, including his mother Areum. The strong odor of the blood all over made him snap. While on a vicious outrage, he killed his family's killers—two pirates at that—but also caused his house to blow up in a burst of flames.

Cheol-Su, assuming that he would die at any given time, made his way to the seashore where he wanted to be buried. However, his father, Palaemon, pitied how his miserable son's life ended up. As such, he commanded the waves to bring his son to the sea where he was "drowned in and offered to it". Actually, Palaemon tied Cheol-Su's life to the sea in order to not only save him from dying and his medical complications, but also give him a surge of strength to avenge his dead family. In exchange, however, if Cheol-Su stayed too far away from the sea, he would slowly grow weaker and eventually die.

As Cheol-Su resurfaced from the bottom of the sea, the South Korean pirates from before caught sight of him and hauled him to their yacht. When he woke up and found out he was in the yacht with those who raided his village, he knew he had to lay low before turning against them. While aboard, he met hostage-turned-pirates, Yeo Kyung-Tae and Park Hyun-Ki. They were twelve and fifteen years old, respectively, and had ran away from their own homes only to be kidnapped by the so-called Kkangpae or the South Korean mafia. Their gang of pirates, called as the Gangchi or "Sea Lions", were allied with the said mafia.

It wasn't long before Cheol-Su learned the ways of the Gangchi, especially when it came to raiding towns and villages across the islands in South Korea. Everything that they wore, ate, and used were taken from their victims. If slaying them was necessary, they would do so, but Cheol-Su was pretty reluctant. They called their way of living as "paying the iron price". Doing these kinds of crimes, aside from a lot others, were all parts of his act in a quest for revenge, waiting for the right time to strike.

A year later, the Gangchi squared off against their rivaling pirate gang, the Taepung. Cheol-Su, Kyung-Tae, and Hyun-Ki, now the best of friends, tried to smuggle out one of the yachts but were drugged and incarcerated by the crew members. As a result, the Taepung got hold of three new slaves to be sold to a wealthy drug dealer, Choi Bon-Hwa, at a price of almost 500,000 South Korean won per head in Busan.

Aside from drug trafficking, Cheol-Su, Kyung-Tae, and Hyun-Ki were exposed to a lot more crimes under Bon-Hwa's command. Having background on crimes such as larceny, fraud, and even murder, the three teenagers didn't have much difficulty doing what was asked of them. They were the least expected to do such things for they were children. Although the three were known throughout Bon-Hwa's affiliates, their true identities were only known to him.

Nevertheless, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae still had room for doubts on what they were doing. Cheol-Su's path was totally set aside after being sold by the Taepung, and now lived as nothing but a slave working for a greedy, fat hustler. Being the eldest, Hyun-Ki tried convincing Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae that it was no use escaping because Bon-Hwa had a lot of connections to other organized crime groups, both local and international. However, his two friends weren't easily swayed. Ever since then, Hyun-Ki became cold and distant to them, and was easily manipulated by Bon-Hwa.

Their activities remained as is until a chimera went bursting into Bon-Hwa's large bungalow a year later. During the carnage, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae used the opportunity to finally kill Bon-Hwa. They planned to fake their deaths, attribute their master's death to the chimera attack, and escape. Hyun-Ki, however, threatened to expose their secrets if they ever did leave. If it weren't for the chimera killing him, Cheol-Su would have done the honors. The chimera knocked the two boys unconscious, until a satyr arrived at the scene to kill the monster. The satyr brought the two demigods to Camp Half-Blood, where they were claimed and given briefing on the whole Greek god thing.

Initially unhappy at their stay, Cheol-su and Kyung-Tae found hope when they met a certain child of Hermes who knew his way around computers. With the demigod's help, they started searching for the Gangchi and Taepung's whereabouts and activities.

With about two million South Korean won they stole from Bon-Hwa's vault during their escape, the child of Hermes set up a dead pool of sorts. Using a coded list of the Taepung's current members, they intended to lure the Gangchi into killing their rival pirate gang for the bounty. When they had communication with the Gangchi, they used the monikers Sang-Eo and Yuseong, respectively. Once the Taepung has been eliminated, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae would ambush the Gangchi.

After setting up the plan and training at camp for several months, they went back to South Korea. The Taepung's yachts were last seen scouting the island of Ulleung-do. With audio tapes sent to the Gangchi, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae instructed them to go there. Before payment was made, the Gangchi needed visual confirmation of their kill. Nonetheless, the two secretly followed them.

Once the Taepung was ambushed by the Gangchi in Ulleung-do, Cheol-Su and Kyung-Tae joined the fight. One by one, members of both pirate gangs fell. The air reeked not only of blood, but also of retribution. It was the two demigods' moment of glory, especially to Cheol-Su, who had waited years to get back to the people who wronged him and his family. He practically enjoyed the savage massacre, having better control of his powers now. However, his thirst for blood ended abruptly when he saw Kyung-Tae collapsing to the ground, already dead from a gunshot.

Now fighting for his best friend, Cheol-Su killed the last of the pirates and tried reviving Kyung-Tae. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to do so. In the end, he went back to camp, his morale diminished by the loss. Unbeknownst to him, Kyung-Tae was revived as a star spirit, awaiting his return.

Journal
Basic Info
Full Name: Ahn Cheol-Su
Titles: Son of Palaemon
Former Marauder of the Gangchi
Spiteful Ruffian
Current Location: Palaemon's Cabin
Affiliation(s): Camp Half-Blood
Current Status: Alive
Relationship Status: Single
Born or Created On: November 8, 1997
Current Age: 16
Species: Demigod
Nationality: Korean
Sexuality: Bisexual
Accent: Korean
OOC Plans & Info
Owned By: LyreOfOrpheHyus
Inspiration Behind Creation: House Greyjoy and The Dead Pool/The Benefactor
Love Interests Char/Owner: None yet
Active RP's: None
Created Page On: September 15, 2014
Page Last Updated On: September 15, 2014
Plans: Has plans, see below
3/6/9 Month Powers: Has 3/6/9 month powers locked
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Ahn Cheol-Su ~ Son of Palaemon
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"We are ironborn. We're not subjects, we're not slaves. We do not plow the field or toil in the mine. We take what is ours."
"War was an ironman's proper trade. The Drowned God had made them to reave and rape, to carve out kingdoms and write their names in fire and blood and song."
Character's Bio


 Age: 16  Height: 5'10"  Weight: 138 lbs
 Sexuality: Bisexual  Relationship Status: Single
 Birth Place: Marado Island, South Korea  Main Weapon: Cutlass
 Accent: Korean
 – "The ironborn will reave and pillage as it was in the old days all along the northern coast. We'll spread out dominion across the green lands securing the Neck and everything above. Every stronghold will fall to us one by one." ~ Balon Greyjoy

Character's Powers

 Powers of a Child of Palaemon (has 3/6/9 month powers locked):

  1. Children of Palaemon have the ability to grow multiple rows of shark teeth and then dislocate their jaws in order to attack with them.
  2. Children of Palaemon are able to tap into primal shark instincts which allows them to attack with enhanced speed and ferocity. However, this ability can often lose to loss of self-control and only lasts for a short time.
  3. Children of Palaemon can become thick skinned like a shark while in human form which causes them to be resistant to physical attacks.
  4. Children of Palaemon have the ability to create a defensive shield made from the electroreceptive energies they perceive around them for a short time (sharks have the ability to detect eletrical stimuli around them).Due to the electrical nature of the shield, if anyone comes in contact with it they would receive an electric shock.
  5. Children of Palaemon can innately breathe underwater and everything they touch in their human form, stays or becomes dry in water, unless they want to become wet.
  6. Children of Palaemon, can survive falling from high altitudes as long as they land in water, they can also go as deep into the ocean as they desire without any effects from the water pressure.
  7. Children of Palaemon have the ability to hear prey or enemies from many miles away, as sharks have extremely sharp senses of hearing
  8. Children of Palaemon are normally affected by blood and when they smell it much like a shark. They will normally go into a frenzied rage and attack whoever is at the source of the blood. If the target is an ally, they can resist the urges through sheer willpower.
  9. Children of Palaemon have the ability to summon sharks and command them. The more sharks summoned/commanded and the bigger they are, the more energy is drained.
  10. Children of Palaemon are able to transform into any currently living species of shark while underwater. The longer they remain in this form, the more energy it drains; and the longer the break they need between transformations.
  11. As Palaemon was also a sea god, his children have the ability to Water Travel, a sort of teleportation; the further the distance, the more is energy drained, and there must be a substantial amount of water at both ends.
  12. Children of Palaemon have a degree of control over water, but not to the extent of a child of Poseidon. They can manipulate water to be used as a shield or move water to fire a water blast of high pressure. And they can telekinetically move it with their mind. The longer they maintain control over water, the more energy is drained.
  13. (will be unlocked 12/15/14) Children of Palaemon have the ability to transform the surrounding area into a harbor as their father was the patron god of harbors. Whilst this harbor is in use, the user can fight in its waters and have their existing powers enhanced substantially. The harbor that the user creates can vary in size, and the larger the harbor is the more it drains the user. After the user relinquishes hold on the harbor they are somewhat drained and the power may only be used once in a fight.
  14. (will be unlocked 3/15/15) Children of Palaemon can materialize semi-living water constructs that take the form of sharks. The constructs have the strength and instincts of normal sharks. They can float around in the air and will follow the commands of the user. They can summon up to 3 sharks, such as Great Whites or Hammerheads, or up to 7 smaller ones such as a cookie cutter sharks. The bigger they are and the longer they stay solid, the more energy is drained. Once the user dismisses the sharks, they are somewhat drained and the water sharks dissipate into harmless puddles of water.
  15. (will be unlocked 6/15/15) Children of Palaemon can morph their bodies into a humanoid shark form, in this form their strength is doubled. Their skin becomes durable as in Defensive 1. Their skeletons turn into cartilage, much like that of a sharks, so that they become more flexible and their bones more resilient. This can aid them in fights as it halves the weight of their bones, making them lighter on their feet and faster as they have less weight to move around. Also their existing Hydrokinetic abilities become stronger. Once the user reverts to their normal form, they are quite drained and will struggle to move or stay conscious.
  16. Children of Palaemon, usually prefer to be near and/or in the water.
  17. Children of Palaemon, generally enjoy water sports, and are excellent swimmers.
  18. Children of Palaemon are normally talented at chasing and hunting their prey.
  19. Children of Palaemon tend to be much more comfortable than other people with swimming in the ocean because they are not frightened by sharks.

Owned by: Hyu ~ Posted on: Theon Greyjoy
Powers
Ahn Cheol-Su ~ Son of Palaemon
CheolSuWB

"We are ironborn. We're not subjects, we're not slaves. We do not plow the field or toil in the mine. We take what is ours."
"What is dead may never die, but rises again, harder and stronger."
Character's Bio


 Age: 16  Height: 5'10"  Weight: 138 lbs
 Sexuality: Bisexual  Relationship Status: Single
 Birth Place: Marado Island, South Korea  Main Weapon: Cutlass
 Accent: Korean
 – "The ironborn will reave and pillage as it was in the old days all along the northern coast. We'll spread out dominion across the green lands securing the Neck and everything above. Every stronghold will fall to us one by one." ~ Balon Greyjoy

Character's Powers

 Powers of a Child of Palaemon (has 3/6/9 month powers locked):

  1. Children of Palaemon have the ability to grow multiple rows of shark teeth and then dislocate their jaws in order to attack with them.
  2. Children of Palaemon are able to tap into primal shark instincts which allows them to attack with enhanced speed and ferocity. However, this ability can often lose to loss of self-control and only lasts for a short time.
  3. Children of Palaemon can become thick skinned like a shark while in human form which causes them to be resistant to physical attacks.
  4. Children of Palaemon have the ability to create a defensive shield made from the electroreceptive energies they perceive around them for a short time (sharks have the ability to detect eletrical stimuli around them).Due to the electrical nature of the shield, if anyone comes in contact with it they would receive an electric shock.
  5. Children of Palaemon can innately breathe underwater and everything they touch in their human form, stays or becomes dry in water, unless they want to become wet.
  6. Children of Palaemon, can survive falling from high altitudes as long as they land in water, they can also go as deep into the ocean as they desire without any effects from the water pressure.
  7. Children of Palaemon have the ability to hear prey or enemies from many miles away, as sharks have extremely sharp senses of hearing
  8. Children of Palaemon are normally affected by blood and when they smell it much like a shark. They will normally go into a frenzied rage and attack whoever is at the source of the blood. If the target is an ally, they can resist the urges through sheer willpower.
  9. Children of Palaemon have the ability to summon sharks and command them. The more sharks summoned/commanded and the bigger they are, the more energy is drained.
  10. Children of Palaemon are able to transform into any currently living species of shark while underwater. The longer they remain in this form, the more energy it drains; and the longer the break they need between transformations.
  11. As Palaemon was also a sea god, his children have the ability to Water Travel, a sort of teleportation; the further the distance, the more is energy drained, and there must be a substantial amount of water at both ends.
  12. Children of Palaemon have a degree of control over water, but not to the extent of a child of Poseidon. They can manipulate water to be used as a shield or move water to fire a water blast of high pressure. And they can telekinetically move it with their mind. The longer they maintain control over water, the more energy is drained.
  13. (will be unlocked 12/15/14) Children of Palaemon have the ability to transform the surrounding area into a harbor as their father was the patron god of harbors. Whilst this harbor is in use, the user can fight in its waters and have their existing powers enhanced substantially. The harbor that the user creates can vary in size, and the larger the harbor is the more it drains the user. After the user relinquishes hold on the harbor they are somewhat drained and the power may only be used once in a fight.
  14. (will be unlocked 3/15/15) Children of Palaemon can materialize semi-living water constructs that take the form of sharks. The constructs have the strength and instincts of normal sharks. They can float around in the air and will follow the commands of the user. They can summon up to 3 sharks, such as Great Whites or Hammerheads, or up to 7 smaller ones such as a cookie cutter sharks. The bigger they are and the longer they stay solid, the more energy is drained. Once the user dismisses the sharks, they are somewhat drained and the water sharks dissipate into harmless puddles of water.
  15. (will be unlocked 6/15/15) Children of Palaemon can morph their bodies into a humanoid shark form, in this form their strength is doubled. Their skin becomes durable as in Defensive 1. Their skeletons turn into cartilage, much like that of a sharks, so that they become more flexible and their bones more resilient. This can aid them in fights as it halves the weight of their bones, making them lighter on their feet and faster as they have less weight to move around. Also their existing Hydrokinetic abilities become stronger. Once the user reverts to their normal form, they are quite drained and will struggle to move or stay conscious.
  16. Children of Palaemon, usually prefer to be near and/or in the water.
  17. Children of Palaemon, generally enjoy water sports, and are excellent swimmers.
  18. Children of Palaemon are normally talented at chasing and hunting their prey.
  19. Children of Palaemon tend to be much more comfortable than other people with swimming in the ocean because they are not frightened by sharks.

Owned by: Hyu ~ Posted on: Aeron Greyjoy
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"In the Old Way, only women decorated themselves with ornaments bought with coin. A warrior wore only the jewelry he took off the corpses of enemies slain by his own hand. Paying the iron price, it was called." ~ Theon Greyjoy
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Bedroom: A single bedroom at Palaemon's Cabin
Pets: None

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Model: Park Jin Young (Jr.)
Gender: Male
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Height: 5'10"
Weight: 138 lbs
Ethnicity: Asian
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Mother: Bae Minho
Father: Palaemon
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Bae Seoyun
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