1. I watched as the Lamb opened the first of the seven seals. Then I heard one of the four living creatures say in a voice like thunder, “Come!” 2. I looked, and there, before me, was a white horse! Its rider held a bow, and he was given a crown, and he rode out as pestilence bent on conquest. 3. When the Lamb opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature say, “Come!” 4. Another horse came out, a fiery red one. Its rider was given the power to take peace from the earth and to make people kill each other. To him was given a large sword. 5. When the Lamb opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, “Come!” I looked, and there before me was a black horse. Its rider was holding a pair of scales in his hand. 6. Then I heard what sounded like a voice among the four living creatures saying, “Two pounds of wheat for a day’s wages, and six pounds of barley for a day’s wages, and do not damage the oil and wine!” 7. When the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come!” 8. I looked and there was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hell was following close behind him.
Morrigan Laun Cernunnos
/Mór-Righan/ /Lôn/ /Ser-nen-nes/
Date of Rebirth
Voice of The People
Soul in Human Form / Death’s Daughter / Hell Incarnate
Lives in an apartment in both Persistence and Seattle
Character Inspiration: Carolina Porqueddu
The first thing about her appearance that may capture people’s attention is her eyes. Morrigan has icy, deep-set, blue eyes, sunken into her hollow face. Her face is narrow, with sculpted cheekbones, even proportions and full lips. Overall, this slim, tall look, is not only applicable to her face but to the way, her pale body is, as she has smaller breast, more narrow hips, and a tiny rib cage. At 5’9”, Morrigan only weighs in at around 128 pounds.
Her attire is more business chic with monochromatic clashes. Often, Morrigan avoids pencil skirts (or skirts in general), and deadly heels, as they have no function. This goes the same for jewelry and most accessories, as the only excessive thing she wears is her glasses. As for makeup, Morrigan wears matte lip stains, mascara and clear nail polish only. Gawdy is not a look she would wear well, nor ever wants to wear.
Always posed and sure in her answer, confidence is a word easily used to describe Morrigan. She was raised to believe that doubt in one’s self-leaves way for error in one’s steps, and her ability to be self-assured has made way for independence too.
Perhaps it is because she is an investigator of sorts, or more so because she is rather strange herself, but Morrigan is very curious. She likes to understand the environment around her, to observe the stranger things in life and to explore the possibilities in life that no one else knew existed.
A creature of habit is what you can call her. The logical thinking that she has, has led her to be very systematic and has helped her career grow. This trait is a reflection of her upbringing, as her father is the same way. Many mistaken her for being heartless, as she seems to choose knowledge over the emotional appeal, every time.
The ability to sense the coming of Death, to tell when someone is dying, or to tell when someone has killed someone else. If she sees a corpse, she can also get visions of the life it may have led and the moments leading up to its death.
The ability to understand, speak, write or translate any language. Keep in mind if it’s a fictional language, I will need to contact you to ask for a translation, and that I, the writer, only speak English, so google translate will be my best friend.
Using a summoning circle and her energy, Morrigan can teleport herself, other objects and living things around four to six times every twenty-four hours. This is perhaps her weakest ability.
Morrigan has the ability to contact the dead. This may not work every time, at any moment, as a spirit must choose to come through and speak to her, but overall, it works. It helps if she has an object of the person who had died.
Like most with this ability, Morrigan has the power to fully interpret and replicate the emotions, moods, and temperaments of others without reading the symptoms. Via touch, she can also manipulate or attack someone in a personal or emotional way, since she knows exactly what emotions is flowing through them and can use that knowledge against them.
As well as not being able to get sick or hungry, Morrigan can heal rapidly from any external injury. Internal injuries take a bit more time, but it is possible. She is also able to heal anybody else’s injury, but to what extent depends on how much energy she has and can give.
She can switch her soul into another body, or possess another spirit. This is something that she has never done before, and has to be done via touch, as it is extremely personal and even dangerous. Transferring may take time, can cause damage to the body and has a limited time frame.
This is an ability she uses to put something out of its misery. If something is on the verge of death, or approaching that point, she may push their body into a point of painless death, again, via touch. This is also known as soul reaping.
This was a gift from her father. It allows her not only to read and write and see normal things better but also gives her the ability to see auras and spirits better.
An item often depicted in paintings of her father but never mentioned in the Bible itself, the scythe is kept in her home at all times. It is used for executions.
This is essential for her work as a writer and for recording stories for her podcast.
The first episode of the series. Join Morrigan as she discusses traffic, the raining of cats and dogs, and the first ever featured location: The Red Sun Inn.
- I Believe...
in multiple paragraphs, following basic roleplay rules and proper grammar.