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1Zion Koval[Magno Magician] Empty Zion Koval[Magno Magician] on 01/04/18, 08:47 am

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Zion Koval[Magno Magician] Merlin.%28Fate.stay.night%29.600.2204598
Name:Zion Koval
Country Affiliation:Magnistadt
Race: Magician
Tier: D
Class: Black Magician [Strength]
Age + Birthdate: 0 | April 1
Gender: None [Referred to as Male IC]
Sexuality: None
Personality: Much of Zion remains a blank slate much like that of a very young child. But this doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have a few quirks that are unique to Zion’s character. He is inherently fascinated by the world of rukh around him and finds great joy in delving into its mysteries. The living doll is also rather naive and takes people’s words at face value most of the time making him easily misled. Zion desperately wants to live up to his creator’s expectations and live like a real “person” despite being very aware that he is fundamentally different from the other magicians around him. This causes Zion to feel pent up loneliness and isolation at times. Emotions which the doll draws upon in order to deal out vengeance or wrath to those he learns have misled him. His complex about seeming human causes him to over commit to expressing his emotions from time to time as well.

Within Zion is the potential for both great kindness and unspeakable evil. Though he is stable enough to wind up developing into someone who falls somewhere in between, Zion could just as easily wind up falling to an extreme in either direction to an unhealthy degree. But for now he does not resent his fate in any way and anxiously holds back his eagerness to face the unique challenges of his circumstance.
Likes:
Learning – Bookworm hardly does Zion justice as his absorption of new information would make a sponge in the ocean look thirsty by comparison.
Flowers – Zion holds a personal deep appreciation of flowers and uses their imagery in his magic when possible.
Dislikes:
Crowds – Solitude and quiet are favored over the hustle and bustle of crowded places as they make Zion feel uncomfortable as he experiences information overload trying to pay attention to everyone so as to know how to best appear “normal” like any other human.
False Information – Being lied to or misinformed will send Zion into a fit ranging between annoyance to murderous fury depending on the severity of the issue from his child-like perception.
Aspirations:
Zion has a number of smaller goals for himself such as mastering all of the magic types and to travel the world to broaden his horizons. However, there is a much deeper objective close to Zion’s heart. He struggles to truly believe that he is human and seeks validation from others regarding this point. Zion wants to carry the faith, trust, hopes, and dreams of many people so that he can be remembered as a “Great Person” whom the world never forgets. Zion sees this as the only way to repay his creator for giving him life.
Phobias/fears:
Failing to meet any of the aforementioned goals would obviously bring anxiety and fear to Zion, but there is a more significant bane that haunts his peace. The doll’s body is unaging and does not possess reproductive organs. To some, he might seem like an abomination or a monster, or worse as just some tool with a convenient human-like interface. Because of this, Zion is extremely self conscious of his body and goes to great lengths to conceal his true nature from others.
Face-Claim: Merlin | Fate/Stay Night
Hair Color: Silver-White
Eye Color: Blue
Height: 172cm
Weight: 63kg
Appearance:
Skin like porcelain without flaw or blemish and silvery white hair with an otherworldly hue. A small frame and modest height with slim muscles and an androgynous face with features both masculine and feminine. This describes Zions overall complexion and build. His eyes are a pure light azure blue and often cast a gentle amiable intent along their gaze. Zion’s hair is long enough to fall to his waist and is usually left untamed other than being tied back. As for wardrobe, Zion wears elaborate robes with primarily white on black color schemes.
Rukh Alignment: White
Special Features: Ageless | Possesses no sex organs
History:
To tell the story of Zion’s birth one first must tell the story of Mikael Koval’s death. Mikael had spent a long and prestigious life having been among the first magicians to join Chancellor Euphraim in building Magnostadt. As one of its teachers he spent several years guiding the next generation of magicians before retiring to focus on his own research. Mikael could feel age taking its toll and so he dedicated the remaining ten years of his life to researching magic related to the creation of dolls and golems. That served as a base for his attempts to create a body that would persist and linger even without magoi being supplied to it. At first Mikael was trying to find a way to escape the reaper’s scythe, but as time went on he simply forged on hoping to complete a masterpiece before his life’s end.

A perfect body made from magic that would never age. Mikael poured all of his knowledge of the eight magic types into the creation of this body with principles of each being used separately at first and then brought together as balanced whole. The old man finally completed his magnum opus, but alas it was only a dolls body. A mere empty shell. Mikael tried to transfer his rukh into the body but doing so would mean committing to leaving his old body to die. An instinctual fear prevented Mikael from mustering enough resolve to do so, as if he already knew the attempt would fail leaving nothing to show for his efforts.

As Mikael neared the day of his death, he found himself toying with a Shard of Solomon which had fallen out of the sky along with many others across the world. As the magician did so he lamented that his creation did not have a soul. What good was a perfect body if there was no life to inhabit it!? This frustration drove Mikael mad and in his anger he smashed the shard crying out to the heavens asking for the doll to fulfill his intended purpose one day. His wish was that the doll would house the rukh of a real person, not some imitation created through magic.

Exhausted from his fit, Mikael went to sleep oblivious to a gathering storm of rukh outside Magnostatd. That night, the rukh gradually came to gather around the doll body as if the great flow were embracing it inside a womb of light. Mikael was awoken from his slumber by a loud crashing noise coming from his lab. He rushed inside to find the doll on the floor trembling with weak limbs to get up after having knocked over several glass vials which were now shattered across the floor. The two’s eyes met and Mikael nearly had a heart attack from the shock only to be overwhelmed with excitement and joy.

Weary that this might be some misunderstanding or a prank, Mikael asked the doll some questions to see if it was simply operating based on the commands of a spell meant to mimic the behavior of a real person. Once the old man was satisfied with his probing he swelled with pride and joy naming the doll Zion and officially adopting it as his “son” for the remainder of his life. Zion was barely able to process what was going on at first but once the magician began to show him fatherly affection, Zion quickly began to imprint onto Mikael. For the next six months Zion was taught the basics of magic and some information about Magnostadt such as its laws and how the school works. Sadly, with each passing day Mikael was growing weaker to the point where he could no longer get around without using magic or support from others.

Zion received a basic education and the love of a father from Mikael, but the old man had been preparing the doll for the day of his death. The old man was at total peace as he had long since made all the arrangements necessary to ensure Zion’s future. Even going so far as to spend a large amount of wealth to acquire a powerful magic tool for his “son” to defend himself with. When the time came, Zion kept a promise and saw Mikael off with a smile. The doll stayed at Mikael’s bedside holding an old brittle hand until it went cold and rigid. Zion felt a pain and had the urge to weep, but his body would not produce tears. That marked the first moment he really became aware of the fact that he was not “normal” by any stretch of the term. As the public successor to Mikael Koval, Zion left his home in Mikael’s lab to enroll in the academy as Zion Koval. The doll having no other path before him than to follow in his creators footsteps to become a great magician.

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[b]Name:[/b]Zion Koval
[b]Country Affiliation:[/b]Magnistadt
[b]Race:[/b] Magician
[b]Tier:[/b] D
[b]Class:[/b] Black Magician [Strength]
[b]Age + Birthdate:[/b] 0 | April 1
[b]Gender:[/b] None [Referred to as Male IC]
[b]Sexuality:[/b] None
[b]Personality:[/b] Much of Zion remains a blank slate much like that of a very young child. But this doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have a few quirks that are unique to Zion’s character. He is inherently fascinated by the world of rukh around him and finds great joy in delving into its mysteries. The living doll is also rather naive and takes people’s words at face value most of the time making him easily misled. Zion desperately wants to live up to his creator’s expectations and live like a real “person” despite being very aware that he is fundamentally different from the other magicians around him. This causes Zion to feel pent up loneliness and isolation at times. Emotions which the doll draws upon in order to deal out vengeance or wrath to those he learns have misled him. His complex about seeming human causes him to over commit to expressing his emotions from time to time as well.

Within Zion is the potential for both great kindness and unspeakable evil. Though he is stable enough to wind up developing into someone who falls somewhere in between, Zion could just as easily wind up falling to an extreme in either direction to an unhealthy degree. But for now he does not resent his fate in any way and anxiously holds back his eagerness to face the unique challenges of his circumstance.
[b]Likes:[/b]
Learning – Bookworm hardly does Zion justice as his absorption of new information would make a sponge in the ocean look thirsty by comparison.
Flowers – Zion holds a personal deep appreciation of flowers and uses their imagery in his magic when possible.
[b]Dislikes:[/b]
Crowds – Solitude and quiet are favored over the hustle and bustle of crowded places as they make Zion feel uncomfortable as he experiences information overload trying to pay attention to everyone so as to know how to best appear “normal” like any other human.
False Information – Being lied to or misinformed will send Zion into a fit ranging between annoyance to murderous fury depending on the severity of the issue from his child-like perception.
[b]Aspirations:[/b]
Zion has a number of smaller goals for himself such as mastering all of the magic types and to travel the world to broaden his horizons. However, there is a much deeper objective close to Zion’s heart. He struggles to truly believe that he is human and seeks validation from others regarding this point. Zion wants to carry the faith, trust, hopes, and dreams of many people so that he can be remembered as a “Great Person” whom the world never forgets. Zion sees this as the only way to repay his creator for giving him life.
[b]Phobias/fears:[/b]
Failing to meet any of the aforementioned goals would obviously bring anxiety and fear to Zion, but there is a more significant bane that haunts his peace. The doll’s body is unaging and does not possess reproductive organs. To some, he might seem like an abomination or a monster, or worse as just some tool with a convenient human-like interface. Because of this, Zion is extremely self conscious of his body and goes to great lengths to conceal his true nature from others.
[b]Face-Claim:[/b] Merlin | Fate/Stay Night
[b]Hair Color:[/b] Silver-White
[b]Eye Color:[/b] Blue
[b]Height:[/b] 172cm
[b]Weight:[/b] 63kg
[b]Appearance:[/b]
Skin like porcelain without flaw or blemish and silvery white hair with an otherworldly hue. A small frame and modest height with slim muscles and an androgynous face with features both masculine and feminine. This describes Zions overall complexion and build. His eyes are a pure light azure blue and often cast a gentle amiable intent along their gaze. Zion’s hair is long enough to fall to his waist and is usually left untamed other than being tied back. As for wardrobe, Zion wears elaborate robes with primarily white on black color schemes.
[b]Rukh Alignment:[/b] White
[b]Special Features:[/b] Ageless | Possesses no sex organs
[b]History:[/b]
To tell the story of Zion’s birth one first must tell the story of Mikael Koval’s death. Mikael had spent a long and prestigious life having been among the first magicians to join Chancellor Euphraim in building Magnostadt. As one of its teachers he spent several years guiding the next generation of magicians before retiring to focus on his own research. Mikael could feel age taking its toll and so he dedicated the remaining ten years of his life to researching magic related to the creation of dolls and golems. That served as a base for his attempts to create a body that would persist and linger even without magoi being supplied to it. At first Mikael was trying to find a way to escape the reaper’s scythe, but as time went on he simply forged on hoping to complete a masterpiece before his life’s end.

A perfect body made from magic that would never age. Mikael poured all of his knowledge of the eight magic types into the creation of this body with principles of each being used separately at first and then brought together as balanced whole. The old man finally completed his magnum opus, but alas it was only a dolls body. A mere empty shell. Mikael tried to transfer his rukh into the body but doing so would mean committing to leaving his old body to die. An instinctual fear prevented Mikael from mustering enough resolve to do so, as if he already knew the attempt would fail leaving nothing to show for his efforts.

As Mikael neared the day of his death, he found himself toying with a Shard of Solomon which had fallen out of the sky along with many others across the world. As the magician did so he lamented that his creation did not have a soul. What good was a perfect body if there was no life to inhabit it!? This frustration drove Mikael mad and in his anger he smashed the shard crying out to the heavens asking for the doll to fulfill his intended purpose one day. His wish was that the doll would house the rukh of a real person, not some imitation created through magic.

Exhausted from his fit, Mikael went to sleep oblivious to a gathering storm of rukh outside Magnostatd. That night, the rukh gradually came to gather around the doll body as if the great flow were embracing it inside a womb of light. Mikael was awoken from his slumber by a loud crashing noise coming from his lab. He rushed inside to find the doll on the floor trembling with weak limbs to get up after having knocked over several glass vials which were now shattered across the floor. The two’s eyes met and Mikael nearly had a heart attack from the shock only to be overwhelmed with excitement and joy.

Weary that this might be some misunderstanding or a prank, Mikael asked the doll some questions to see if it was simply operating based on the commands of a spell meant to mimic the behavior of a real person. Once the old man was satisfied with his probing he swelled with pride and joy naming the doll Zion and officially adopting it as his “son” for the remainder of his life. Zion was barely able to process what was going on at first but once the magician began to show him fatherly affection, Zion quickly began to imprint onto Mikael. For the next six months Zion was taught the basics of magic and some information about Magnostadt such as its laws and how the school works. Sadly, with each passing day Mikael was growing weaker to the point where he could no longer get around without using magic or support from others.

Zion received a basic education and the love of a father from Mikael, but the old man had been preparing the doll for the day of his death. The old man was at total peace as he had long since made all the arrangements necessary to ensure Zion’s future. Even going so far as to spend a large amount of wealth to acquire a powerful magic tool for his “son” to defend himself with. When the time came, Zion kept a promise and saw Mikael off with a smile. The doll stayed at Mikael’s bedside holding an old brittle hand until it went cold and rigid. Zion felt a pain and had the urge to weep, but his body would not produce tears. That marked the first moment he really became aware of the fact that he was not “normal” by any stretch of the term. As the public successor to Mikael Koval, Zion left his home in Mikael’s lab to enroll in the academy as Zion Koval. The doll having no other path before him than to follow in his creators footsteps to become a great magician.

[b]Role-Play Sample:[/b]
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