Teleute has a minion!
Presage the Harpier
Presage the Harpier
The Nightmare Telenine
Age: 8 years, 4 months, 6 days
Born: May 12th, 2011
Adopted: 4 months, 1 week, 5 days ago
Adopted: May 7th, 2019
- Level: 104
- Strength: 100
- Defense: 100
- Speed: 100
- Health: 100
- HP: 100/100
- Intelligence: 6
- Books Read: 6
- Food Eaten: 8
- Job: Post-Fight Clean Up
The rain will wash away the pains of the day
In your eyes there are cold fires burning
Tongues of flame that can never be tamed"
Originally in obscure times, when Evil ruled innumerable different dimensions, the Christian gods, Greek, Roman, Nordic, and many others came together and developed in the vastness of the universe a parallel dimension replete with an array of creatures, beings that imitated species of other existing dimensions. Divided into clans, representing the god to which they served, and sub-clans which were separated by species, such instruments were uniquely trained for war.
Much is suspected that Artemis made a pact with the Greek god of war, Ares, about the origin of this creature. A creature that they hid in between instruments of war, in a dimension to which it did not belong. The demigod, proving his exceptional skills in training before the eyes of the Greek gods himself, was sent to Earth, with the mission of protecting the greatest divine work: Human beings. When murdered by the intervention of an unknown deity — believed to be the Creator himself.
The creature was cast into Tartarus, where he was molded, embraced by the dark. The creature's humanity was slowly erased by time.
Darkness soon took hold of the creature, who was swallowed up completely by evil. The large wolf grew a darker fur, as thick as armor, fit for a warrior of that size. When the gods discovered him locked up in the Tartarus, well, the creature was already beyond their controls. It was too late.
That horrid creature molded by the Greek gods. The singular warrior, he devoured all the land of his origin. The gods gave up, and because of that catastrophic chapter they decided it was the ending of their covenant, they couldn't trust each other, they should separate once again. In the meantime, they let the creature destroy that world, as if they pretended they did not see it at all, each one of the gods knowing it was for the best, knowing that it would be better to leave no evidence of their meeting behind, no matter all the other creatures, no matter their lifes and worlds. And finally, the creature came to Earth. The former guardian and expert warrior at that point was already full on its belly. Still, it hungers and swallows every weakened spirit that crosses its path, for it can smell the scent of the prey from afar, and only the desperate can hear its howls in the dark.
The greeks had a name for the creature, and all the other gods agreed: Teleute, for it was death.
Senseless cities and ghost-towns towering
Howl, O hunter, through few know you're crying
Face upturned into that midnight moon..."
Fragments of the Forgotten
Half of a Tombstone