Sorry about my two day absence. I was trying to figure out why Linux wasn't wanting to connect to my WiFi. So finally I said screw it, and switched back over to Windows for a while.
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Oh my god. The end is near.THIS IS MY SACRIFICE, GODS OF REST.
Age: As old as Creation, appears 19-21
Personality: Poe is a rather nonchalant, passive-agressive individual. It generally gives less than two fucks about anything, only doing any job or chore if it's convenient, or if one of its superiors orders it to do so - very much befitting his position as God of the Neutral Moral Axis. Incidentally, it's also the most responsible of the Gods despite being generally inactive, and uncaring of the safety and well being of others (not that the others are really good at that either). It tends to hold a lot of disdain for almost everyone unless that person can prove to it otherwise. This is also followed by general lack of empathy, which could be considered a good thing based on the particular job description. It seems to hold a very large hate in false advertising, as evidenced in its not-really-jelly bean bonfire. Naturally, like almost every single one of TJA's population, it's prone to potty-mouth syndrome.
History: As the First Generation God of Perception, Poe was created at the dawn of Creation, much like most of the other First Generation Gods. Life was generally boring and uneventful, mostly consisting of lazily watching worlds form and creatures evolve into other creatures. The time it got fun was around when the primitive beings learned that pointy rocks hurt people, and Poe took much interest in the acts of violence that these mortals committed, and took even more interest in their motives. After a certain event that would kick off something very similar to a war and lead to the first Dishonored God, Poe was tasked with recruiting the First Generation Neutrality God to their side. Naturally, that would fail, being Neutrality and all, so Poe decided to take a different option; Poe killed him via the indiscriminate slaughter of every single Neutral aligned being in existence, incidentally making Poe the title of 'first' Godslayer and earning both the fear and respect of many. Next came a very close call with the Higher Gods, but ended with Poe becoming the Second Generation God of the Neutrality rather than the other, more unsavoury outcome. The war would end, the threat be sealed, and Poe would end up wandering Earth for quite sometime. Eventually he'd be called upon by a certain headmaster to gather at a certain school...
Age: Around 200, appears 14-15
Personality: Pluto's a nice little kid, and that was not a joke. He isn't brash or belligerent like most of the others, and unlike almost everyone at TJA, he rarely, if ever, swears. He tends to try to be as helpful as possible, but usually ends up making the problem (arguably) worse due to his naivety and general reliance on the elder members of his group of Gods, who tend not to provide very sound advice. In addition, he has a rather unimpressive attention span, being easily distracted by things like ice cream and other tasty snack foods.
History: Pluto was born as a plain old, regular neko back in the dawn of the Victorian Era. His real name was probably something English, but it's been lost to the annals of history, so we'll forget about it for now. Anyway, back in ye olde Victorian England, Pluto did what many other children did; served in harsh working environments to get money to help his family pay for things like food and clothes. Eventually, Pluto caught the eye of the 11th God of Death and soon found himself serving as his apprentice for a few years, until the old Death God found himself wanting to finally pass, and so he did. Thus Pluto became the 12th, and went on many adventures until he was chosen to become the 173rd God of Good as the previously mentioned Era came to an end. Then came the memories, 172 life times - some that even come to him to this very day in time. Eventually he'd be sealed away along with the other Axes (sans Poe) inside Sin for reasons as of yet unknown. Then he'd be released upon the grounds of TJA, and the rest is history.
Age: 700 or so, appears 17-18
Gender: Male, naturally Female
Personality: Ligeia is the asshole of the group, being the God of Evil and all. Kind of like a less fun Ludwig, all considered. He's rude, brash, and belligerent, but with good cheer, always up for a good mass murder if the need arises. One thing to note is that he isn't always the same shade of evil, he actually varies between different shades of naughtiness. In addition, there are rare instances of him actually being unanimously nice, but these are spread thin and far between.
History: Ligeia was born the demigod daughter of the God of Disease in 14th Century Europe. Naturally she wasn't treated fairly because of the lack of something dangling between her thighs, and being born out of wedlock. This didn't particularly bother fem!Ligeia all that much, as that was normal for life as she knew. Ligeia would live a relatively average life, that is, until she was chosen to take up her father's mantle. With a smug smile, Ligeia knew exactly what should be done with her powers. The result? Something you know as the Black Plague. This act would then skyrocket Ligeia - now a male Ligeia after using the godly genderswap bit - to the top of the candidacy for God of Evil. So it came to pass, and know guess who gets to be a Morality God? Not those weak little quims who couldn't randomly kill a shit load of innocent people, that's who! Eventually, like the rest, he'd get piled up and sealed away before returning to wreck havoc on some school for supernatural kids.
Age: Around 2000, appears 16-17
Personality: Ludwig is just plain 'fun'. He's one of those people that take life as a huge sandbox to do whatever you'd like with, and not just because he's essentially immortal. Despite his complete and utter disregard for the well being of others, Ludwig actually can fight for the forces of good and justice and all that. He just chooses to watch the event play out more often than not. Oddly enough, he has a penchant for organizing things with lists and tape-recordings - two acts completely out of his moral jurisdiction. And let's not forget explosions, but that's kind of usual behaviour with his kind of person. Despite being quite savage, a word associated with being an uncivilized barbarian, he knows to keep up a (slightly more) civilized disguise around people who don't know him to be obviously insane.
History: Ludwig was born during the rule of the Roman Empire. As an upper class citizen, he was able to experience all the debauchery and sleaze that came with it - and he loved it. In particular, he most liked the gladiatorial combat; especially the part that got him profit from all the (completely illegal) bets. Soon enough news of this fortuitous streak would reach the eyes and ears of the 1st Gen. God of Fortune. Thus, after being made an offer he couldn't refuse (literally), Ludwig was taken under his wing. And so, many moons would pass, and eventually Ludwig would ascend just like the rest of his present-day cronies. Another batch of moons later, and Ludwig would ascend a second time, giving a huge middle finger to everyone who missed out on the chance to become a Morality God, and even some who did. Despite his new position, he basically went about life as usual, and even got a few henchpeople! Eventually he'd get brought to the academy and join a host of new, fun people.
Age: Around 2000, appears 16-17
Personality: Nevermore could probably be considered the most normal of the Morality Gods - he doesn't have the insane bloodthirst, low amount of restraint, low attention span, or the lack of empathy that plague the other Morality Gods. Which makes sense, as his axis is pretty much characterized by being organized and following the rules. Being one of the 'nice' moralities, he tends to act in a way that's generally socially acceptable by the regular members of TJA's student body - that is to say, he helps people, acts generally polite, and doesn't go on indiscriminate slaughters of innocents. Nevertheless he's still prone to overreaction and disproportionate revenge.
History: Nevermore (like all the rest, 'true' name unknown and unimportant) was born in Ancient Greek Athens. As a child from a low-middle class family, he was unable to recieve a formal education, having to rely on the charity of his father's friends. Incidentally, one of these friends turned out to be the 8th God of Knowledge - although he would not know that until his ascent to godhood. Speaking of which, that particular event came completely out of the blue, only occurring once Nevermore had deduced that his master was something that he didn't appear to be. And so, hundreds of years would pass with Nevermore at the throne of knowledge, only to be chosen as the 5th God of the Order. As per usual, many more years would pass until the hijinks of the God of Chaos would end up needing him to send him to some metaphysical 'time-out' of sorts, and the hijinks of many other factors would cause him to hide out inside our resident headmaster before being released upon a school for teenagers.
I probably got like... all of the ages wrong for their particular civilizations. Sue me.
Also images. You'll get those soon enough. I just posted this as proof that I'm 'done'.
In sequence of completion:
Reverse alphabetical order, I actually did not realize that until now.
...and now I will sleep because fuck you I'm tired.