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Felix Thorn

Intellect can help you out, so can combat. if you combine those, you will create something beyond whatever you can reach with one of the components.

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a character in “True Cross Academy”, as played by Robbhus

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Felix Thorn

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Name: Felix Thorn
Age: 19
Race: Human
Gender: Male
Romantic Interest: None

Role: Exorcist
Rank: Upper 2nd class
Exorcist: Knight and dragoon. His weapons allows his combat style to cover both knight advantages and dragoon advantages.

Height: 178 CM
Weight: 69 KG

Weapon: A pair of chains connected by rings. He wears them on both hands.
Job: No, no job besides exorcism. he takes his work far too serious for that.


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Personality: Professional and calm would be two words to describe Felix. While taking his job very seriously, he does it with a scaring calmness and normally don't seem to affected by the misery around him. he can seem very open at times, all though he choose his words with wisdom. He never talk about his past and prefer to avoid the topic. He would never lie about it, but at the same time, he wants to have some fragments of his life for himself.


During fights, he's merciless. during regular times, he's kind and outgoing. Another way to sum up Felix' personality. His personality change entirely during pressing situations and he becomes the side of himself that deserves the rank he is given. However, he requires space. Both because of his weapon, but also because he doesn't want anyone else to be hurt in the process. So, to sum it up, he's professional during fights but friendly while not in fights.


Likes:


  • Intellectual conversations. Felix loves to talk and interact with people with high intellect and that know the material they speak about.
  • Exorcism itself. He's proud of what he does and he enjoys his job and couldn't imagine himself having another job than the one he has at the moment.
  • His chains. Heritage from his father that he loves and keeps close to himself. He has never explained the history of the chains, and don't intend to either.
  • Girls. Being a male, he does like females. What he looks for in females is defiantly personality though. He likes confident and strong women, not fashion dolls. However, he does prefer the female to have good looks as well.




Dislikes:

  • Overly attached people. One thing Felix often dislikes about man kind in general is that they tend to form cliques and stick to them, making deep bonds with each other. He find it weakening and it would make them loose their concentration during combat if something happened.
  • Weakness. This can be referred to a lot bigger spectrum than just physical weakness. The weakness that Felix normally would refer to is mental weakness. Mainly in pure submission and to not be able to offer anything for the greater good. He likes it when people are able to stand up for their own and fight for that, even if it's wrong.
  • Immaturity. Felix does of course base this around the age of the person he speak with, but he still highly appreciate it when the person he speak with is mature for his/her age. If he speaks with someone who doesn't seem to have the slightest sense of maturity, chances are high his sanity would go with the wind.
  • Carrots and tomatoes. Even how stupid it sounds, Felix can't make himself eat those vegetables. he can't stand the texture of either, and the juice of the tomatoes makes him sick.
Talents:

  • Agility. Felix got a slim and agile body that allows him to move quickly and swiftly around, as well as to deliver swift and quick attacks towards his opponents.
  • Sharp-minded. Felix is very intelligent, something that allows him to make quick decisions and gives him faster reaction-time.
Flaws:

  • His agility had a price. Physical strength. While Felix might be agile, he lacks the pure physical power. It's not that he's a weakling, but his regular physical strength remain one level under his agility and he relies less on his strength than his agility, which is another reason he use the chains as his weapons.
  • Reliability. Despite that Felix is strong in combat, he's not the best to fight alongside with. He requires a lot of space around him to use his chains, and he isn't afraid to make decisions that could risk other people's lives if it was for the greater good.
Hobbies:

  • Working out. Even though Felix doesn't refer training as a hobby normally, he still does it regularly and enjoys it. He mainly train either his accuracy or legs though, not too much his arms.
  • Reading is the one thing that Felix would refer to as a hobby of his. He enjoys reading a lot and can often be found in a library reading while waiting for a new mission to show up.


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Bio: Felix' father was an exorcist, his mother was an exorcist, and the heir of exorcists continued long back, until those that were already forgotten. Great things were expected from Felix, his parents first born son. Despite all this, it took several years before he actually took any interest in exorcism. What happened was simply that he read a book written by an old paladin from centuries ago that really caught his interest. He was fascinated by all the good things that happened by the help of exorcism and he started to ask his parents questions about exorcism. They happily answered his questions that got deeper and more complicated as time passed by, before he eventually decided that he wanted to learn exorcism.

Considering there were no places to learn it from others than his parents, it ended with home schooling. His parents weren't the greatest teachers in history, but their combat-explanations and Felix' reading made the vague education he would receive from them enough information to pass exams and to become an actual exorcist. From there on Felix left his home and basically became a nomad. He lived in one place for a while before then residing in another location for a while. While he stayed at the various locations, he would both train and do research, combined with helping the local people in whatever town he was currently living in.

After a few years, more specifically when he was 18, Felix received a letter. It explained that his parents were dead and that all their belongings now were his. He returned to his old house and brought with him his fathers set of chains and his mothers throwing knives for then to leave, burning down the house they lived in. Eventually, he ended up going to True Cross. He didn't really have that much of an reason other than that he wanted to see how they were teaching the new exorcists.

Other: He might be present in some classes all though he would ask the corresponding teacher beforehand.
Relationships: Not anymore.
Thoughts towards Other Characters: Have yet to interact and get to know any of the other characters.

So begins...

Felix Thorn's Story

Characters Present

Character Portrait: Mavis Aria Jeska Character Portrait: Yoru Sukishime Character Portrait: Haru Freimann Character Portrait: Analisia Tachibana Character Portrait: Yuen Tatabana Character Portrait: Yusaku Yanagisawa Character Portrait: Miki Taniya Character Portrait: Xepher Mier Dwei Character Portrait: Sonny Koizumi Character Portrait: Jitsue Osaka Character Portrait: Eira Akane Ueda Character Portrait: Makoto Taniya Character Portrait: Lin Mojarra Character Portrait: Chihaya Ogiwara Character Portrait: Soru Haika Character Portrait: Jora LaFete Character Portrait: ~;Subarashii Ritsuzen;~ Character Portrait: ~;Mei Norou Makazaki;~ Character Portrait: Rina Okumura Character Portrait: Aurora Sanctus Grant Character Portrait: Garic Aguero Grant Character Portrait: Felix Thorn

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Mavis Jeska


Mavis always woke up early, which is why she was at her class so early. She looked upon the few students in front of her class, either slacking off, sleeping, or talking. Rarely any of them were studying, and the ones that were well... It wasn't surprising to her though. She wasn't given that much respect as a teacher because of her age and being a student also. The only respect she was given was for being serious and strict in some way, no one looked her beyond that.

It's not as if she really minded though. This was daily, this was life. As a teacher, she had to deal with these things, always being the calmest and most accepting one, no matter the circumstances, which was why she was so open to letting people sleep in her class, 'It'll affect their lives if they don't pay attention in class the next time we all go on a mission...' She thought with a sigh but shook off this unpleasant feeling and glanced at her papers she had to grade and sat up straight in her chair before grabbing a pen and beginning to write.




Yuen Tatabana


Yuen woke up early, and by accident because his alarm was on and he didn't turn it off the night before, seeing how he'd always do that, but just because he hated waking up early. Usually, he'd wake up late, leaving behind first, second, third, maybe even his fourth period if he felt like it. The first year, his teachers were always angry at him for skipping his classes, but after him staying for so long and constantly repeating all his mistakes, all the teachers got used to such habit.

Slowly, he rolled off his bed, hitting the ground with such force it probably woke up the other heavy sleepers the floor below him. And yet his hand missed the alarm clock, leaving it still to ring as he brought himself off the ground, the blankets along with him. He brought his hand forcefully down onto the clock and stood up with a wrathful look on his face before heading for the door, partially dressed and undressed. He went on a mission a day before, and got really tired while trying to change out of his school uniform. He didn't care about the weird looks he got from his dorm, so he just headed straight for class, not knowing what time it was and that school wasn't even about to begin just yet.




Xepher Dwei


Xepher lit a smoke before putting the lighter back into his pocket and looking up at the sky from outside the academy. He wasn't the type of principal to be lying around and doing nothing, so what he did in the mean time was talk to a few of the kids or just simply welcome the freshmen or newcomers, since there were people of many ages.

It wasn't creepy or anything. He was the principal, sure, but he was so young. Even a few students and teachers were older than him, but that didn't really matter to anyone apparently. Xepher was the type of man that was easy to talk to, the type of man who anyone could open up to, no matter the age or gender. It was the same both ways since he felt mutual.

He looked down at his watch to check the time and noticed that it was 7:45, "Seven forty-five kids! Make sure not to be late, alright?" He laughed and watched the few students he talked to walk off and run into the distance, 'Really... these kids are so interesting and funny to me...' Xepher told himself, taking a breath of fresh air for himself.




Jitsue Osaka


Jitsue was sitting underneath a tree, holding a book up to his eye level and scanning it quickly. To most people, it looked like a regular book, but he was studying human emotions, since he's a demon himself. Although people suspected him to be a human, he was most definitely not. He, along with three others, were the people causing so much trouble for the school, and yet no one knew, other than perhaps one; the principal.

He always had his eyes on him, being wary, but around the students, he knew they never suspected a thing, so he was able to read these books and be normal around them without any worries. Still, he acted normal, just in case.

There, underneath that tree, he waited for three other people who were just like him; demons. But they were demons who also caused trouble and stood undercover in the academy to learn weak spots so they could attack when needed. Instead of takling to the students who passed, he waited for the other three of his kind to talk to. He never liked humans. In fact, he hated them with all his life, 'Just to get rid of them would be a long life well spent...' He though with a small smile while his eyes switched from the book to the passing students, still searching for the three he was waiting for.

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Character Portrait: Mavis Aria Jeska Character Portrait: Felix Thorn

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The sound of Felix' rubber soles could be heard throughout the corridor he was walking through. His phase was calm, not too strange considering he didn't really have anywhere he had to be. As long as he didn't interrupt any education that happened at the cram school, he was free to roam campus as he wanted and visit classes if the teacher of the corresponding teacher let him, or in the best cases, wanted him present. Not a too common thing, but it did happen. At least it had in the past when he visited other schools. he had yet to show up in any classes at True Cross. The reason for now was probably that the library was big.

When he reached the bottom of the hall he had been walking down, he realized something. He had been walking the wrong direction of what he originally intended. Not that it mattered too much as, once again, he was free to do whatever he wanted. For a brief moment, Felix considered to go visit a class instead. The library itself and the few people that either entered or left the library while he was there. Fine, he didn't talk much with the students, but it was interesting to listen to the short conversations that lasted before a librarian shushed on them. One part of him normally got disappointed when the librarians stopped them because things normally started to get interesting when the conversations were cut off. However, it let him return to his reading, something he was happy for.




With his hands in the pockets of his jackets and the chains tucked up his sleeves, Felix gently walked down the hallway with a light smile on his lips. It would be interesting and he hoped that the teacher would allow him to stay in the class so he wouldn't have to go around looking for another class with another teacher that hopefully would be more open for company.

As he could see one classroom with an open door, Felix sighed lightly, relieved he wouldn't have to look around more to find a classroom that was in use. He walked over to the room with a fast phase and looked into the classroom from the door without sticking his head in. He could see a few students sitting in the back of the classroom, which was more than enough to know that a class was probably about to be held there.

Felix knocked lightly on the wall besides the door. It was more or less just a polite gesture as he was rather sure he wasn't interrupting anything. Then he took a few steps into the classroom and started to walk up towards the desk in the front where a black-haired woman who appeared to be around the same age as himself was sitting behind a desk, writing on something. "Excuse me miss" He started. His tone was polite and he appeared as a confident person without being cocky about it. It seemed rather natural when I spoke. "I've been granted allowance to attend to classes as a spectator" Felix could of course just remain in the class regardless of what the woman said, but he was far too polite for that."So I was wondering if you would allow me to stay in the background for this class?"

Characters Present

Character Portrait: Mavis Aria Jeska Character Portrait: Yuen Tatabana Character Portrait: Sonny Koizumi Character Portrait: Jitsue Osaka Character Portrait: Eira Akane Ueda Character Portrait: Makoto Taniya Character Portrait: Felix Thorn

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Mavis Jeska


"Good morning Miss, sorry I'm late"

Mavis looked up from her paper work to see little Sonny, one of her youngest students she has, and has ever had before. She found him a such a kind hearted little boy, but knew he was capable of many things. She judged people well, and she could tell such easy things with just a glance. But she was the teacher, of many classes actually, so she actually knew most of the students by that year. Most of them.

"It's fine." Mavis answered, turning back towards her paper and putting the whole stack to the side since class was just about starting. She didn't mind students coming late either. If they were late, then they were late. Unlike most teachers, whether they were in high school, or an adult, Mavis had little care if they came late. Perhaps it was because they were her age? Or maybe it was just because she left it up to them? She didn't really know herself, but that was fine leaving it that way.

Just as she was about to get up and tell the class what they were going to do for the day, she heard another voice, this one being a little less familiar.

"Excuse me miss"

Mavis turned from her desk and saw a white haired young man, someone she didn't recall seeing, "Yes?"

"I've been granted allowance to attend to classes as a spectator, So I was wondering if you would allow me to stay in the background for this class?"

The black-haired young woman stared at him for a while, wondering if he was a new student, or just someone passing by who could see demons. She didn't know, but wasn't exactly willing to ask any personal questions, so she simply nodded and nudged towards the classroom where students began to seat themselves, "Go ahead." Mavis got up to the front of the class room, but then said, "But I'm not exactly allowed to let any random person enter the room. May I ask your name?"





Yuen Tatabana


Yuen, while walking to his class, let out this loud and obnoxious yawn as he walked through the hallways. A bunch of students moved away from each other. One even ran away, pushing through the crowds and rushing into some classroom, most likely not his first period. Yuen was already used to this though, but he was quite angry at the thought of all the poverty in this school between demons and humans, despite some being alright and average, such as him.

Still, it was natural. He was probably the one and only demon who exclaimed his race out loud, without even caring about what other people thought. Well... maybe it did get to him once or twice... but it's not as if he really cared that much.

Finally, he made it to his class, walking to the door and seeming to glare at his teacher, even though she was talking to someone else at the moment. He knew her hatred for demons, and he was certain she, too, knew about him, so he growled and walked away to one of the back seats, since he barely tried at all anyways.

Yuen kicked back in his chair, feeling a slight pain from his past mission and twitching a bit because it was a bit painful, but ignored it. He wanted to push himself to the limit, so the only thing that would make him pay attention in class today would be the teacher announcing them getting out so they could go kill more demons, as always.





Jitsue Osaka


"Oh Jitsue. What a coincidence seeing you here... Mind if I sit with you?"

Jitsue didn't hear the girl in front of him at first, just reading on until he heard her ask to sit down next to him. He so lost in thought that he thought it was another one of those filthy exorcists again, about to shut the book and try his best to force a smile towards them until he looked up and saw it was Eira.

She wasn't 'normal' like any other exorcist, or even demon. They were close, perhaps you could say, but not in a sort of friendship. It was confusing, he'd think to himself. It's more like they shared a common goal, in some way. After all, the reason the two joined was to get rid of all the exorcists, every. single. last. one, "No problem, Eira. Glad to see you so early in the morning. That's some surprise."

But it wasn't just those two, there were two others as well, the other female who had just arrived, "Hey, What's up?"

Next came Makoto, another young woman who shared the same goal the other few people had. Unlike usual, when he needed to force a terrible smile and do some acting he always hated, he now put on a new smile, though it wasn't one that looked normal you could say. In some way, it sort of looked mischievous, or sadistic while he answered, "Nothing much. I'm just thinking about how much I've grown tired of seeing all these kids wander around with such high goals, like exterminating all demons or killing Satan. It's silly really. They can't even notice me in their school." He seemed to have chuckled a bit.

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Character Portrait: Mavis Aria Jeska Character Portrait: Felix Thorn

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Felix studied the woman casually. He wasn't making it too obvious, but he did no actions to hide that his eyes were skipping over her for a few seconds before he returned to her face. It was a bad habit that he had grown over the last few years. He met a lot people during his travels and normally had a hard time remembering names. However, it was far easier to remember body traits. However, he couldn't remember if he had seen the woman before, so he let it be for now and decided he would rather look at the class and how she acted personality-wise.

"Go Ahead"

Felix nodded lightly. The woman seemed alright, all though he had his doubts about her. She seemed like a very serious person, something he didn't mind. However, if she took everything too seriously and wasn't able to relax, he feared for that they would not get too well along. And besides that, she just let him in. Anyone could come inside and claim that they had an allowance like he did. It simply appeared as something an idiot would do. Yet, he wasn't planning on commenting it, not that he got time to do it either.

""But I'm not exactly allowed to let any random person enter the room. May I ask your name?"

Felix smiled a little as the woman asked about his name. It made him change his opinion on her in an instant. At first, she didn't appear to Felix as a too aware person, like if she was practically spacing out, but now, he found her a lot more mature. She seemed more aware of her surroundings and she appeared as a lot more down to earth to sum up his thoughts about her. "Ah, my bad. I apologize, how rude of me" With that said, Felix opened his jacket and opened an inner pocket. The jacket itself had a more silky material on the inside. He pulled out a wallet and opened it for then to pull out something reminding of a basic credit card. not too strange though, as it was a credit card. He put it back in one of the pockets before pulling out another card and held it out for the woman. It was the card proving he was an exorcist and all that. It reminded a lot about a standard credit card, having a passport-picture up in the left corner for then to have the rest of the information under that. "my name is Felix, Felix Thorn. It makes sense you don't know me though as I come from the North" the card confirmed what he said and mentioned his age in the form of his birthday, the fifth of January 1994 as his age. Under that again, it stood his rank as a 2nd upper class, and under that again, the stamp proving that it was a valid identification and that he was an exorcist. "Now, with you having my name, it would be rude of you not to tell me yours" Felix didn't seem to appear like he took any offence in that she hadn't mentioned her name. He appeared more so as curious.