Énteka's prices are really steep for Nonentin's paychecks... They get along quite well-- better than a lot of their other siblings, probably because they are both quiet, observant. Has actually learned a bit more about finance, and securing assets, thanks to them.
Wow is Ziggy just... A lot to take in. Noe doesn't really understand why his sibling WANTS to make so much racket and do so many things, seemingly all at once in Noe's laissez-faire eyes! Deep down he doesn't mind being willfully pulled this way and that since Ziggy knows many people... And any night with this sibling leads to interesting experiences.
Bit too quiet to his tastes to be honest, but their laziness and careless attitude make them fun to just sort of hang around with some sibling fun now and then you know ? Occasionally would love to drag them in all sorts of whims and ideas that Zig tends to come up with. Low key dying to add some splash of color in their dull black and gray wardrobe.
Dex is one of Noe's more astute of siblings. For some reason, this sibling of his can come off stilted enough to cause even Noe discomfort! However, Dextrose's intelligence and studiousness will always be a point of respect to Noe.
As a scientist Dex is fascinated by others; Noe is no exception. However he limits most of his interactions (with other plasmids in general) to quiet observations, seldom speaking unless it's a question or small comment. There are things about Noe he can't bring himself to understand fully, yet that only seems to spark more of his interest rather than deter him.
"The concept of being 'siblings' All that means is that we simply share biology or genetics, correct? I see very limited similarity between us otherwise... Fascinating..."
Vin'trss is somewhat of an anomaly to Noe. She seems much more understanding of other life forms and their societies than Noe can fathom. Maybe if he were more motivated, he could see himself working and learning with this sibling of his.
Vinny is definitely more extroverted with other species than Noe-- albeit not in a warming manner but still. It sees lots of potential from this sibling of hers however. It wouldn't mind working with them and showing them the ropes, it thinks they'd be a formidable duo!
Sadie manages to be the most queer of them all with his hot-and-cold temperament. It's particularly infuriating that the man allowed Lawrence to get roped into this dastardly life but sometimes he'll sympathize in private, going on about wishing Lawrence could finish his education and become a man. Hypocritical old snake-- not that he'd dare say that. Sadie is just a little too intimidating for even Lawrence to stand up to.
Lawrence is one of Sadie's partners. He's... Strange, to say the least. R.J. thinks the man is too educated and pretty to be hanging around him, so he tries to avoid the artist as much as he can. He has such clean and soft-looking hands for what work he manages to put in. Kind of an enigma like that.
R.J. is quite the charmer, isn't he. All jokes aside, Lawrence finds the man to be very handsome... From the neck down. Sometimes he gets overwhelmed when they have to bathe outdoors. It's always an ordeal.
Fortune's case partner is Click, and whether they're working their side jobs or working on the beat, they synergize like no other team at the Federation right now. Click never stops talking and Fortune doesn't mind... Mostly because they're not really paying attention. Well, even if they did hear all that Click has to say, Fortune wouldn't mind. The bug's alright in their book.
Click is in cahoots with Fortune... They started off as partners assigned to each other in the Federation's Gifted Employment Initiative and quickly backpedaled their way into dealing contraband. Since Fortune doesn't say much, Click just assumes they're going steady, or whatever it is the humans like to do. Click enjoys their time together, mostly because Fortune, surprisingly, never disagrees with him.
Monti's husband is Dom'Khar, The Warrior. Monti has a lot of reservations about their marriage; from start to finish their togetherness has been mercurial to a high degree. Monti can't help himself and finds his husband to be the most handsome Orc the world has been graced with, but he also realizes that he himself is perhaps one of the ugliest Orcs. Not to mention Dom'Khar might be attractive, but can act very spoiled and rude at times. Regardless of the highs and lows between the two that affect Monti physically and mentally, after Dom'Khar opened up to him (and vice versa), Monti realized he could do more to accommodate his husband to avoid disharmony. After all, there's only one Wyrmslayer in the world, and Monti does get irrationally proud at having him for a husband, and enjoys maintaining the image! Now if only Dom'Khar would stop trying to cheat on him...
Dom'Khar's husband is Monti. Their marriage had started due to convenience for Dom'Khar-- they hardly knew a thing about each other beyond their names! But over the years, Dom'Khar had attained a better understanding of Monti (and it was most definitely through blood, sweat, and tears). While he still isn't very good at respecting his husband, or even listening to him, he does hold high affections for the weakling, and finds himself getting defensive and jealous of others berating or coming on to his beloved. And while he might be an opinionated man, he only opens up to Monti, and is still fiercely private with others.
[AU] Godwynn's second child is Aelus, and the King unabashedly comes to tolerating Aelus' (constant) transgressions more than his first child due to looks alone. The King feels that with further discipline and aim, perhaps Aelus would make the most grand and powerful heir to grace the Holy Kingdom's throne-- he demands nothing but excellence from Aelus due to these high hopes imposed upon his son... But the results are usually disappointing and confusing to him.
Aelus respects his father. Or more like his royal position as he secretly wants to be spoiled by the king. Tries to achieve greatness in Godwynn's eyes, but he barely can walk his own chosen paths, because Aelus keeps getting distracted by everything else in the world that is more fun for him. But the more he screws up, the more he sucks up to the King and it seem to work so far.
[AU] Deakong's younger nephew is Aelus. The boy had been much more aesthetically inclined than his older brother, and as far as that's concerned it was a small relief to the eyes. When Aelus was of an appropriate age, he threw himself headfirst into Deakong's army, and because of that, Deakong considers that he has a lot to learn about his nephew. Can find Aelus quite mercurial when in his care at training, and has given him and his older brother a few benefits/chances due to their familial ties.
When Aelus was just a baby and saw his uncle Deakong, he already then knew that he wants to spend his whole life with, or at least, close to this man. As he was growing, these feelings were growing with him. Aelus joined his uncle's army only because of that. That's the only place where Aelus rather break in half than show weakness, so sometimes he works days and nights so that Deakong will at least give him a look. This fanatical love mixed with unbearable desire is kept as a deepest secret. Aelus knows that it can bring a lot of trouble if it would be let out. But even being a secret it's already giving a lot of trouble - many sleepless nights, chest pains, days when he's just unable to concentrate because his head is in the love clouds. But all this disappears when Deakong appears in Aelus' eyesight. Aelus never thought or will think of loving anyone else.
Sirel's baby brother is Aelus-- and he adores him an unhealthy amount. They are attached at the hip, and when separated, Sirel has less-than-dignified bouts of anxiousness. Trusts nobody more than the only other half-elf, half-deity since they've been through many arduous years as heirs to the Holy Kingdom (and it is a lonely, stressful position to be thrust in). Though they have their moments and have traded blows and barbed insults, Sirel puts Aelus' well-being and physical presence above all else in his life.
Aelus loves his big brother to the core. Even when he sees that Sirel goes the wrong way, does wrong things, Aelus most likely will do the same so that Sirel won't have to suffer the consequences alone. Ael can't imagine his life without Sirel, he trust him all secrets, even when gets laughed at he still knows that Si won't blab around. Granted, sometime Aelus wants to beat the shit out of his brother for many reasons, and in fact sometimes he does (and vise versa because fighting a guy who's bigger and has more hands than you do is a bad idea), but at the end of the fight he'll kiss these bruises and sneak into brother's room at night to snuggle together.
Prencha is Deakong's illegitimate daughter. Though they are related by blood, he doesn't know about her existence whatsoever, and if he did... Well, he would have her taken care of. It doesn't come off well for High Elves to be sorted with Orcs in their society, but this transgression of creating life from the two races is far worse.
[AU] Godwynn's relationship with Eshwar, a powerful, seemingly-stoic Deity, is his most scandalous secret. There is something in the way Eshwar carries himself that awakens strong desire-- a sensation Godwynn has gone without for a very long time. Monogamy is the only option in the Kingdom of Many Lands, and as Godwynn is already married to Kharshad (who happens to be a close friend of Eshwar, as well), their relationship is hardly built beyond the constant push-and-pull between wanting and taking. But before their intimacy, Godwynn found himself respecting Eshwar.
(AU) At first Eshwar was very cold about Godwynn. Even, maybe, he hated to know that this person exists. But when Godwynn's older son Sirel and Eshwar's youngest daughter Pich became closer, Eshwar had no choice but meet Godwynn closer as well. And eventually he was enchanted by this Elf. Their subtle similarity and the gallantry woke up desires for this forbidden fruit. And keeping it a secret only made it more sweet.
[AU] Maverick is the first non-Orc Charon has ever seen! He looks so frail and speaks a strange language, so he was never intimidated or concerned about Maverick's intentions. Charon enjoys the challenge of staying in his company and vying for his attention, as Maverick seemingly runs hot and cold around him and the other Orcs.
[AU] After mysteriously finding himself in Charon's world Maverick was scared and confused, and considered himself lucky he stumbled upon someone who seemed to want to befriend him rather than hurt him. And though he finds Charon's enthusiasm a bit over the top and annoying at times he is truly grateful for his company, and knows he would be completely lost without him.
[AU] Pich is Sirel's betrothed... And Sirel is mildly terrified of this. While he appreciates Pich and her enthusiasm/friendly disposition, he only means well and true to his family's insistence of keeping their lineage mighty and royal. Since no one else has gotten along so well with Sirel, Lord Pich was his first (and seemingly last) choice. They haven't even... Embraced. While the overall situation of their betrothal may be a disaster, he doesn't feel like he has to walk around on eggshells when spending time with his Fiancée-- after all, before their engagement, they were becoming fast friends.
(AU) Marriage was basically Pich' idea. She likes Sirel a lot and finds him very amusing. Also thinks that he's a very good friend and trust him enough to call husband for the rest of the life. Pich basically hates the idea of being obligated into some serious marriage and the responsibility that may come with it, so closing this vacant spot with a good friend of hers seemed to be the best option, especially since that friend is from different race (at least for half) and Pich gets a reason to see the world. Though the last thing she'd want is to make Sirel think that he was used, so she's committed to stay a good friend for him as well.
Sadie is possibly the first person to confuse R.J. in how he wants to categorize him-- is he a threat? Or is he just doing what he wants and R.J. is caught in the cross-hairs? Does he respect him? R.J. often hopes that Sadie will be more open so he can feel less alone, or just finally leave him in the dirt to the law-- at least that way he'd know where the old dog stood. But due to Ryan's pushover nature, he accepts the ambiguity to keep their rapport in neutral standing. It's also due to Sadie's consistent stoicism that, deep down, R.J. has come to admire and look up to this criminal father-figure.
Ryan is the first cowboy along Sadie's travels in Texas to partner up with for larcenies and robberies. Sadie can tell R.J. means well and is squared into being a product of his environment, and sometimes considers lifting the boy up to further himself. He's had better and worse 'business' partners in different ways, but there's something about R.J. in particular that makes him a great longterm help-- perhaps the meek attitude and lack of extreme greed. Either way, Sadie tries to keep the niceties to a minimum to keep the kid at peak efficiency/on his toes.
Pren had never seen His Royal Highness Godwynn, King of the Holy Lands until years after his perishing. It was a painting in a newly published tome about the Kingdoms' Wars that she first saw him, with his stoic face and tall stature. She felt disgusted for all that he stood for, and all the suffering he had caused.
Monti had seen many Half-Orcs after the fall of the Holy Kingdom, but none so sure of themselves like Pren'Cha. He can't keep up with her seemingly endless energy and doesn't try to-- it all takes him back to happier times. Perhaps he ruminates more on his past when he could be connecting with her. Still, he appreciates her presence and assistance... And his day lightens up every time she comes around.
Pren is able to reconnect with all the years of ignoring her Orcish side in Monti. He is a peaceful old soul compared to the many other Orcs she has met, and perhaps its his mild- almost timid- demeanor that drums up curiosity about his past and what he has been through. She enjoys his company and hopes he feels the same toward her.
[AU] Kharshad is one of Deakong's many dalliances. The rush of power Deakong gets when feeling Kharshad, the Lord Deity-- and his brother's husband-- in and around him is a bonus beyond the physical compatibility these two have. Personality-wise, Deakong finds Kharshad to be a bit strange, and doesn't quite enjoy spending time with the man after he's sated.
(AU)Kharshad is very enchanted by Deakong. Yet he doesn't often seek out for his company. When in mood, he'll be flirty with husband's brother and he knows that desired will be received as Deakong is the best in guessing Kharshad's needs. In fact, Deakong taught Khars a lot during their time together. Kharshad doesn't presist himself on Deakong as he completely understands what kind of a man he is. Weirdly enough, this kind of cheating relationship doesn't make tiger feel wrong at all.
[AU] Sirel's papa is Kharshad, and his love for this man is immense. Its with Kharshad that Sirel feels lightness in his heart in a world of constricting pressures. His papa is magnanimous and caring beyond measure in his eyes, especially compared to his other father. Even when he feels self-doubt due to his identity, he never feels the need to put blame upon Kharshad. They aren't as close as they could be due to Godwynn's hires of guards, governesses and caretakers overwhelming Sirel as is, so there are times that Kharshad comes off larger-than-life and mysterious.
(AU) Even tho Kharshad loves all his children, Sirel gotta be the favorite one. He's his first magic baby, and, even tho Si's a hybrid, he still looks the most like Kharshad. Also he loves that even though Sirel often behaves like all the High Elves, he still easily deals with all the divine things he was gifted with. Kharshad always protects his child if he can and he might saved Sirel from quite a few King's rages. Young Sirel is the most important reason that made Kharshad keep doing his business with the High Elves.
[AU] Godwynn's husband and father of his children is Kharshad, and their marriage wasn't because they loved one another, but arranged for a prospective future of their worlds. To be married to a deity once gave Godwynn with feelings incomprehensible to himself, but Kharshad has proved time and time again, publicly or privately, that he is but an ordinary person with extraordinary powers. It leaves Godwynn running cold (though he's normally cold anyway) in their interactions. The fact that he was able to bear children through that deity magic is something Godwynn thinks often of when dismissing Kharshad's personage-- under all that upbeat attitude and tolerance is a man of immense strength. ...And he still isn't used to being kissed, licked, and touched by a person with four arms and the head of a tiger, try as he might to seem casual about it.
(AU) Kharshad still doesn't fully understand how he ended up marrying this Elf, but he embraces it. Loving guy as he is, he tries to give whole his being to Godwynn, but almost always hits a wall of coldness. Kharshad isn't fond of political methods Godwynn leads, but he doesn't interfere in that. Kharshad often felt that this union was a mistake, but after Godwynn gave him two kids, Kharshad spread his love on them wnd felt good enough to recieve at least respect from his husband. So far, Kharshad is sure he'll try be by Godwynn side for as long as his Elf life lasts.