- Height/Weight: 5' 6, 110 lbs.
- Age: Unknown
- Gender: Male
- Species/Race: Spectre
- Possession: Being a species a lot like a ghost, Dani has the ability to possess objects, animals, and even people. However, while controlling animals/inanimate objects allows him full control, while in a sentient being's mind, he can only read thoughts and talk to the person he's "riding".
- Incorprealism: Maybe the name should be changed to "Corprealism", meaning "Is tangible". While ghosts are stuck in their half-world state, spectres can move between the half-world and full-world plane. Meaning he can walk through things like a ghost, but also have a corpreal body like a living being.
- Privileges of the Dead: Being dead, Dani does not need to eat, drink, sleep, or breathe. He is immune to sicknessess, and even death itself! However, he can still feel things whil in his full-world form, so while he can't be killed by fire, he can certainly feel the pain.
- Feelings: Since Dani still has a spirit, he still has feelings. The saying "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me!" is not actually true, and especially so to Dani. He is easily hurt spiritually. He is also quite hurt about him being dead while others are alive. It makes him feel inferior.
- Phobia: Though Dani has the awesome ability to go into the half-world plane, he is afraid of it. Well, what he is afraid of is actually heights, not the half-world plane, but since the incorpreal world doesn't have any tangible objects, (as well as everything being kind of see through) it doesn't feel like there's anything at all, therefor triggering his fear.
- Visible Fear: While animals that can smell fear can't smell Dani's fear, everyone can definitly see it. When he's afraid or nervous, he starts becoming see-through. The more fear he feels, the less visible he gets. Sure, this means that if he's afraid enough, he can be completely invisible, but by then he'd probably be bawling his eyes out and screaming in terror.
- Penalties of the Dead: While he is immune to sicknesses and death and such, he is also immune to things such as health magic, and pain killers. If he's hurt, he can't be healed the easy way, he has to go through the natural regeneration of an average human. Amnesia is another problem. Nobody who's dead can remember anything from their living self. They might get bits and peices back over a very long time, but Dani hasn't gotten there yet. Finally, he's pretty much made of magic. He can't hide whatsoever from something that can see magic, and anything that neutralizes magic completely destroys him.
Dani has no abilities. He is completely useless except for his amazing ability to beat demons senseless with chairs and a chalkboard eraser.
Actually, let me rephrase that. Dani has no known abilities, except for his amazing ability to beat demons senseless with chairs and a chalkboard eraser.
Could I get help with writing this one? Even though I'm Dani's creator, I have no idea how to state his personality. Roleplayer points negated for being horrible at describing anything.
Dani's past is an unknown story. Nobody knows anything about his background, and his amnesia keeps him from knowing it himself.
He came back to "life" a year before he joined Athalia Academy. After panicking and running around town for a few hours, Dani calmed down and thought through what he should do. The answer was simple. Go to the police department, they'd know what to do.
Long story short, he found his way to the police's office by way of some helpful woman's directions, told the police his problem, and ended up in an orphanage. Not the greatest place to be, but it was better than nothing.
Strangely enough, the other children accepted him into their midst, and he became friends with almost everyone there. Or that might have happened if he hadn't ended up in the hospital first.
It all began at dinner time. He hadn't eaten lunch because he wasn't hungry. The orphanage staff were fine with that, sure that Dani would be very hungry at dinner, and they would just feed him then instead. Except he wasn't hungry at supper, either. The staff were confused and worried that he was sick, but he didn't have a fever. They told him to eat, thinking- No hoping that he would taste the food and realize how hungry he was. Dani took a bite, swallowed, but was then even more discouraged to eat then before.
He was sent to bed, as the staff thought he was sick. They gave him some medicine and told him to sleep. He lay there for a while, but minutes turned to hours and everyone in the orphanage went to bed, but he was still wide awake.
He tossed and turned, but no avail. Eventually he turned to the books that were on the bed-side table. He turned the lamp on, and dug in.They weren't the most interesting books in the world, more like the ones you would have to read for homework in middle school, but they were better than lying there worrying.
The next morning, he told the orphanage's owner, about the problem he had the previous night. He was immediately taken to the town hospital. All the nurses, doctors, oh-so-clean environment, and especially the seriousness of it all made Dani nervous.
A doctor studied him for a while, and asked him some questions. However, there seemed to be nothing wrong with him. The doctor was very confused, and wondered if what Dani had was maybe some new sickness that had never been gotten before.
Throughout this whole process, Dani was getting more and more scared. Everything was getting sort of blurry, but it also began losing some of its visibility. Meanwhile, the doctor had stopped what he was doing and just looked at Dani. It wasn't the world that was getting stranger and stranger, it was Dani.
The doctor reached out to touch Dani, but didn't feel a thing. The his hand went right through him.
Again, long story short, Dani was accused of being a ghost, superstitious hospital staff through him out, and he haunted the town until he got a strange letter inviting him to a very famous school, in which he went. The End. Yay.
Dani is taking math, english, science, sculpting, astrology, and latin. The thing is, he doesn't know why he took latin. He doesn't enjoy it, he has no need for it, and he has no parent making him do it.
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