Powers (up to two): 1: She has the ability to control the winds
2: Minor control over storms, can generate them.
History: Thea had little interest in her father. She is very aware who he is and he is the reason behind the things she can do and why the monsters wish to kill her. However, she holds a bit of a grudge against him. Although she knows that he is a god, she also knows as Zeus he doesn't not have many children still alive, thus she resents him for never being around in her childhood. Leaving it to her mother to explain to her the absurdity that was the father that left her before she was born. That being said, she is loyal to him as she needs to be. She went to the camp as told but the real reason she went was to learn how to not die from monsters.
Now there, she is a force to be reckoned with.
Godly parent: Zeus
Personality: Thea is strong and wise. Which makes a good leader. Due to this role, that she often takes on, she can appear cold and calculating. However, though she may sometimes appear unapproachable, she has a good humor. She always wishes to crack jokes and have a good laugh. If not to lighten the mood for herself but for someone in need. She has a soft side that she rarely ever shows and holds her friends and those she is loyal to above and before everyone else. Because she is seen as a leader and she sees others as people she means to protect, she is not quick to trust. It often takes many good encounters for herself to truly believe in someone's loyalty. Thea is not one to hold grudges but when she does, it is not the best of times.
Powers (up to two): Complete control over all things dark and dead, such as shadows, the monsters living in his realm, and souls. He can control the earth, its stones and precious gems.
History : Hades is the eldest male child of the Titans, Kronos and Rhea as the first of their children. He was consumed immediately after birth by Kronos who was paranoid that he would be overthrown by one of his own children. Hades thus spent his childhood in his father's stomach along with his brother, Poseidon, and his sisters: Demeter, Hera, and Hestia. During the Titanomachy, he proved to be a ferocious warrior and greatly contributed to the ultimate downfall of Kronos and his followers. Although it was Hades' birthright to be named his father's successor, he agreed to divide the Titan King's former domain with his brothers and acquiesced, albeit resentfully, to taking the Underworld as his prize.
Godly parent : Kronos and Rhea
Personality: Hades is noted to be a particularly honorable and just as well as a harsh god. He respects oaths and the laws of morality. Ironically, he has never killed a mortal. His respect for the law and his code of conduct is evident as he's the supreme judge of the dead souls and of all creatures that traverse to the Underworld. He is also noted to be a hardworking and busy god, rather unlike many of the other gods who take their duties and responsibilities in a much lighter manner, such as Dionysus and Apollo. Despite his honourable traits there is a darker side to Hades. He also carries grudges for an extremely long time, a trait he passes onto his children. His traits mirror that of his father Kronos in terms of cunning, ruthlessness, and deviousness.