Name: Isac Lamont
He stands at 5'5" and weighs 186 pounds.
Skills:Magic,magic, and more magic. Isac has devoted his entire life to understanding and mastering his powers. On occasion, Kid plays a mean harmonica. He knows a little about engineering thanks to his late father's many books.
Weapons: He has a large dagger hidden in his coat for those pesky close-combat instances.
Inventory: Two bottles of green potion and a stopwatch on a chain.
Bio: Their once was an mechanic who lived in Inner Clock Town who fell in love with a beautiful silver haired woman with red eyes. She was a Sheikah who had apparently abandoned her position to with the royal family of Hyrule, though she never told him why. It did not take long before the two became utterly infatuated with one another and they were married. It was a few days after the wedding that, much to his displeasure, that his new wife told him of her powers over spirit magic and how she could speak to the spirits. Like many in Clock Town the mechanic was rather mistrusting of magic. Despite this,however, the woman soon found herself pregnant, and the two could not be happier, for a while at least.
The first of the soon-to-be father's woes started with his wife constantly telling him that the "Spirits" had told her that their son would be a powerful user of magic and will make a great stake in the world. The mechanic had no idea what any of that meant, nor did he want to. Yet his wife, throughout her entire pregnancy, would constantly remind him of that fact. She stopped only when their son took in his first breath of air. The boy took after his mother more then his father, but he did not mind, in fact he expected it. Despite all that his mother said of him, he couldn't but be moved at the sight of his son. He named him Isac, after his own grandfather.
Then it went downhill. Since he was born, Isac's mother would tell him stories of what the spirits said of him. The mechanic hated that "Your going to turn him into one of those half-wit Hyrulians if you keep telling him things like that" he used to say. Ignoring him, she continued this up until he was about four, when his father's greatest fear became reality. Isac's dormant powers revealed themselves, and even worse, they were of the Shadow variety. The mechanic had heard stories of what could happen to people with such power. He wanted to get someone to help make sure their son,and themselves, were safe from such terrible things happening, but his wife assured him it was unnecessary.
The rest of Isac's childhood was spent training with his mother. He rarely spent any time with his father, just getting the boy to look at him was a rare occurrence for the mechanic. Instead he watched his dear wife strengthen the boy in the use of his dark magic. She helped teach him to use new spells. They spent so much time together, without ever so much as even looking in his direction, that he began to feel like an outcast in his own home. The mechanic took to drinking, coming home and began to berate his own family in drunken anger. It did not take long before he began beating them as well.
This went on for two years until Isac, at the age of 15, decided to confront his father. It is unknown what went on during the confrontation, but the very next day Isac's father hung himself in their dining room. After his father's burial, Isac and his mother continued their training as if nothing had happened. When he was 20, with questions concerning his father's death began to arise, he decided to leave Clock Town and get as far away from it as possible. After a teary farewell(for his mother at least.) Isac took his father's old car took leave of Termina. Isac was simply glad to leave such bad memories behind.