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Zeke stands 5'7 and weighs about 145 lbs. His build is slender with a touch of muscular definition. Stringy arms and legs make up his limbs, and his torso is proportional to his frame, though it too is also of a smaller girth. Overall, Zeke is your average skinny guy, though one could say that he may go and exercise every so often, especially due to his occupation. Light brown irises underneath a professionally cut crop of black, straight hair round out Zeke's facial features and define him as a simplistic man, both in appearance and persona. At his job, Zeke is strictly professional, wearing any combination of formal business attire. Off the clock, Zeke is most known for wearing what is comfortable and not necessarily stylish. Straight leg jeans, plain or polo shirts, and sneakers are just some of the casual wear he is known to don on his days of relaxation. Besides that, Zeke has no tattoo's or piercings of any kind. He never saw the point in them.
Lieutenant Detective in the Durga Police Department.
Zeke's Affinity pertains to the vector quantity of Force. He is able to manipulate Force, which works in a way that is basically akin to telekinesis. His Affinity manifests in a "push" and "pull" phenomenon though. Simply put, Zeke can "pull" things towards him as well as repel them through the manipulation of force. This is not to be confused with the full range of motion though. Zeke is unable to levitate things, mentally crush things, or generally move things in any other way other than "pushing" and "pulling". Though simplistic, Zeke often uses his ability more for recreation than combat. He still doesn't fully understand it, and is not sure if he even wants to.
Zeke Donovan was born in south Durga, in a district dubbed "Heaven's Gate". It was a moderate community of apartment buildings and complexes all tied together through a multitude of private streets threading through the area. It earned its nickname due to the violence that it could sometimes be known for. The popular saying was, if you moved into the neighborhood, you were that much closer to Heaven's Gate. Zeke's parents, Su Yee and Frank Donovan, moved to the area ten years before Zeke was born. Back then, it still had the nickname, but it was a bit less volatile. The newlywed couple had moved into the city in an effort to change scenery and one day raise a family in a new completely new location. Originally, Su Yee hailed from South Korea while Frank was a Caucasian soldier who had been stationed in Seoul at the time. It was the last leg of his contract, and after he met his future wife and left the service, the two were married and arrived in Durga shortly after. Zeke was born ten years later.
Zeke was a sort of wild child in his younger days. In elementary school, he was known for his outbursts in class as well as being very social with just about everybody. In middle school, he got involved with a gang who claimed Heaven's Gate as there territory and he began committing petty crimes like theft and vandalism, in an attempt to prove his worth and loyalty to the gang. In high school, Zeke finally began to snap out of his rougher ways, and began excelling academically. Though he graduated with a typical average, he was still able to attend community college, studying criminal investigation and business as his double majors. The young man had developed quite the interest in law enforcement in security after considering his background and realizing how much use he could be to the force. Speaking of force, it was around Zeke's 21rst birthday that he became aware his unique traits.
For his 21rst birthday, Zeke denied the customary celebrations. He didn't want to go drinking and get super drunk just because he finally could legally. Instead, he had a typical celebration with his family and friends. After heading back to his own home, ironically still within Heaven's Gate, his mind was invaded by a vision of some sort. It showed him a blurry image of a golden object, three dimensional and intricately designed. Accompanying this phenomenon was a voice that strongly urged the man to find this thing. At first, the Korean shrugged it off, thinking it was a product of what little alcohol he had consumed at his get together. When the vision repeatedly played itself over and over though, Zeke knew something was seriously wrong with his brain. Luckily, the free clinic was across the street, but upon reaching the sidewalk in front of his building, a throbbing headache clutched his cranium. Stumbling into the street, Zeke attempted to make his way across anyway, but a speeding car would try and spell the end of him right then and there. Instead though, as Zeke thrust his palm towards the vehicle in an effort to get the driver to brake, the car began to move backwards.
A week later, when a few more instances of this event occurred, Zeke decided to purposely experiment with what his body was feeling. His fears were proven true. For some reason, the man was able to push objects through sheer force of will. He thought it to be some form of telekinesis at first, but when he couldn't do anything else, other than pull an object towards himself, he shrugged the idea off. This was almost ten years ago. Now a Lieutenant Detective in the Durga Police Department, Zeke has perfected his "push" and "pull" talent, but he hasn't put it to much use. He doesn't fully understand it and, truthfully, he doesn't see a reason to try. The visions have also returned as well, and the Korean is beginning to suspect that the two phenomenons are connected in some way. It's also not a coincidence that other humans have been displaying extraordinary abilities themselves recently. Coupled with the mass genocides happening all over the globe, Zeke begins to wonder if the apocalypse has finally been proven true.
He decides to give in to the voice in his head, and search for the object he constantly sees on his off time. He hasn't had any luck recently.