The Nameless Eclipse
- Name: The Nameless Eclipse
- Nickname: (none, yet)
- Exalted Type: Solar
- Caste: Eclipse
- Circle: None
- Apparent Age: 23
- Height: 6ft 1in
- Weight: 175lbs
- Eye Color: blue-green
- Hair Color: brown
- Skin Tone: pale
- Native Origin: The Silent Grove, a village in the Scavenger Lands, now gone
The Nameless Eclipse stands 6ft 1in tall, with a mop of medium-length, light-brown hair, bold, blue-green eyes, and a pale complexion. He wears a black and silver boroque frock coat over a fancy, black shirt with a full cravat, complete with silver threadwork. Black slacks blouse neatly into a pair of calf-high, buckled, black boots.
PREVIOUSLY Wanted (level 3) for the destruction of The Silent Grove, the deaths of everyone within, and the deaths of the Lookshy officers who were present. He has been convicted of mass-murder with a sentence to be executed at the end of his 3,000-year lifespan.
He doesn't answer to any name and seems to be curious about almost everything.
Influence 3 - Killer of an entire village.
Contacts 1 - Merchant
Contacts 1 - River spirits by way of Hanna-Go, god of the Grey River.
1. Create new Dragon Kings, so that their race can be brought back from the brink of extinction. This is not as simple as Wyld-shaping and the use of Genesis crafting. This requires careful collaboration with Laeayta and living Dragon-Kings, as well as a variety of preparations in Yu-Shan and Creation.
2. Reacquire property in heaven, as it may be of use in other plans (see #1).
3. Regain former job in the Bureau of Abstract Matters, in order to gain former heavenly resources that might help fund the expenses necessary for other plans (see #1).
4. Remove the danger that faces Lovandai and either return her to her former position or find an accord between her and the other city god of Denandsor.
5. Overturn the guilty verdict that makes him naught but a prisoner/vassal.
6. Find a way, without attaining a position of power, to ensure long-term goal of preventing a singular group or person from attaining power, so that Denandsor can become an example of how things SHOULD be - not a repeat of the First Age.
7. Learn about Nexus Snow, in detail, for a further project of creating something to eradicate Nexus Snow at its source, without harming industry (or people), and use this as a means, without breaking the Dogma, to put an end to the abominable deal, by which lives in Firewander are sacrificed to the fae.
"Everything is a great mystery. You just have to know how to look at it, and have a reason. Reasons are good." - The Nameless Eclipse
"I always like to say that there's no sense putting off until tomorrow what should have been done yesterday." - The Nameless Eclipse
"They may be Yozi cultists." "Emphasis on may." "Blood apes, neomah, shadow hounds, hmm. There's a definite theme, here. Themes are good. Well, not always. Sometimes, themes are two trips around the Imperial Mountain from good, but I like themes, most themes, or at least a good number of some of them." - The Nameless Eclipse
"A sophomoric fatalist, an anti-Pangloss, a horrible cynic; Nameless, is the worst sort of academic. But for all that his head seems buried in at least a foot of thick sand, at least his heart seems to be in the right place." - Ellie the Sun
"If I only had a moment to trim his soul. A nip here a slow feeding of the... problemed areas. Sanity is just the bindings of the staff, a product of your world around you." - Magnanimous Predator
Fun In-Character Moments
Honey Blossom: She would glance over to Star, then back to Nameless. "You are the third person to ask me that. Is it really that unheard of?" She giggles softly and would shrug lightly. "My guardian insisted that I have a personal guard, and he needed a job. It is not a great mystery, really."
The Nameless Eclipse: "Everything is a great mystery. You just have to know how to look at it, and have a reason. Reasons are good."
Honey Blossom: Tilts her head slightly. "That doesn't really make much sense. Why make a mystery of something that is not a mystery at all?"
The Nameless Eclipse: "Sure it does, in a way that might not seem to make much sense, but when you really get right down to it, if everything made sense to you, then you wouldn't really bother to look, would you? I didn't make something a mystery that wasn't. If you don't know something, it's a mystery until you know what it is. See?"
The Nameless Eclipse: The iron, with which these people were branded. Did you make it on your journey? :::He knows the answer but asks, anyway, adopting a curious tone which is not entirely an act:::
AIpsylon: "Um I would not know I don't think they made it on the way here because we never stopped long enough for it to have been made?" The man seemed unsure, but continued to lead them into the camp, now ten of the former slaves seeming to gather around them as they made their way toward the center of the camp, a rather ominous feel about the way they watched them.
Ellie the Sun: Ellie continued pacing wondering what was going on, but she had seen that questioning these poor people was probably not worth it, if there was something rotten here she wondered if she should trust it to Nameless to ferret it out, or try to question further on her own.
The Nameless Eclipse: He smiles, makes a wide and exagerated greeting bow toward the assembling slaves, then as he comes up he pivots around in a 360 degree arch. When, mid-pivot, he's facing Ellie, he mouths but does not speak five words: They may be Yozi cultists. He finishes his 360 degree spin and then says one thing out loud, which would really only make sense to Ellie, assuming that she was paying attention to him:::: Emphasis on may. :::He smiles, first glancing at their guide, then over whichever of the gathering slaves looks the most like a leader::: Blood apes, neomah, shadow hounds, hmm. There's a definite theme, here. Themes are good. Well, not always. Sometimes, themes are two trips around the Imperial Mountain from good, but I like themes, most themes, or at least a good number of some of them.