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Jude Magama

"I think students know where my breaking point is."

0 · 263 views · located in Maldoy Academy, La Veta, Colorado

a character in “Radioactive: The List”, as played by Phoeni




Judah Silas Magama, If I remember correctly.

Jude is what I answer to most of the time. Some affectionately call me Beatle (for obvious reasons) but I’d rather be called Jude to be honest.

I turned 26 around 2 days ago.

Lie detection. Sometimes I’m able to truth induce, and see if someone is telling the truth rather than only knowing if they are lying. I can guarantee that the person is telling the truth to the best of my ability. I can also sense the presence of lies by a heating sensation in my fingers. Even lies in objects, such as if a bottle of water’s salt level is more than is described on the bottle.

Asexual-ish. I’m more on the ‘romantic’ side. I don’t find sex that amazing.

Which Side?:
Am I allowed to say? I mean, I’m a teacher… I am on the good side anyway. I don’t discriminate as long as you stick to the rules.


  • Numbers (MATHS, MATHS, MATHS)
  • Challenges
  • Smiles
  • The colour silver
  • Music with a good beat
  • Africa (Amazing continent, he wishes to return someday)
  • Bright eyes

  • Anything unlogical
  • Dissaproval
  • Bowties (hates the feeling and look)
  • Troublemaker students
  • Guessing
  • Heights (He’d like to keep his feet on the dirt, thank you)

  • His power isn't the strongest at all. He fears being killed.
  • He also has a fear of smoke.
  • And anything with more than 4 legs.

When I speak, I do always try to be nice. At a young age I was taught to only speak if i was going to say something nice, and I have kept to that most of my life. I am not one to start a problem because of something I say, it is just not who I am. I’d would much rather sit back, and for example, smell the roses. I get a thrill of is working with mathematics, gadgets and theories. I find it much more easier to tinker with objects than go get drunk and be wild. Quiet, focused and hardworking, those are few words that describe me. When I was younger I liked to write down my thoughts and theories which to some people would be very interesting, to me it’s just simple equations and thinking. Saying all this, I like social interaction- talking with people. After all, it’s part of my job. I like my class to have a positive atmosphere, but still take the work seriously. I must say, I do have my lets say- troublemakers in the class and no, they are not strictly evil. I tend to be a bit foul mouthed when not around children, It's like WORD VOMIT. I don't really think before I drop a few F-bombs. In class, I try to control my language though.

Shuri once told me that I was once a strong little boy, when I would pick up my brother and carry him around the house with one arm, grinning and showing off large crooked teeth. I always beat the other kids at the playground at sports, I would always go faster, I was always the best, better than all the rest; this made me different, an outsider. Shuri still cared though, she came to see me run and comfort me, there to tell me that everything was gonna be okay. It wasn't, though. I was mercilessly bullied as a young'un. I started to play sports less and sit in the classroom with my numbers as playmates. I was a prodigy kid in numbers.

I was born as an only child in Kansas City. We were middle class for where we lived. My family was not exceptionally rich, nor were they exceptionally poor. We had food on the table every single night but that was mostly because my father, but that did not mean they had anything other than food. Sadly, both of my parents died of ”pneumonia”, I was told. At the age of five, I went up for adoption and was adopted by the MAGAMA'S, a small Asian family with another son. It was painful for me at first, no one really deserves to be five and have dead parents. But since I was little, I didn't understand how bad it really was. It wasn’t really pneumonia that killed them, I’m sure of it.

At school, I had friends. People thought I just had a gift of reading people’s faces for lies. In middle school they joked how the government wanted me, and how I would disappear one day and end up in Washington DC. I was approached by a large man in a suit one day, but it wasn’t for the government. They wanted me in a place called Maldoy Academy. I went and it has been one of the best experiences of my life, and I’m not just saying that to help the school out. After I left school, I became a teacher in the school. And here I am now.

So begins...

Jude Magama's Story