- Intro Video
- Who Am I...
a moon rabbit. A moon rabbit, or hare, is an incarnation of celestial energies of a creature who makes 'drugs' for immortals. He is often depicted as living on the moon with the moon goddess or with a moon goddess also known to be a blood goddess.
- My Story Is...
The story of this particular moon rabbit begins in Aztec lore.
According to an Aztec legend, the god Quetzalcoatl, then living on Earth as a human, started on a journey and, after walking for a long time, became hungry and tired. With no food or water around, he thought he would die. Then a rabbit grazing nearby offered herself as food to save his life. Quetzalcoatl, moved by the rabbit’s noble offering, elevated her to the Moon, then lowered her back to Earth and told her, “You may be just a rabbit, but everyone will remember you; there is your image in light, for all people and for all times.”
Another Mesoamerican legend tells of the brave and noble sacrifice of Nanahuatzin during the creation of the fifth sun. Humble Nanahuatzin sacrificed himself in fire to become the new sun, but the wealthy god Tecciztecatl hesitated four times before he finally set himself alight to become the Moon. Due to Tecciztecatl’s cowardice, the deities felt that the Moon should not be so bright as the sun, so one of the deities threw a rabbit at his face to diminish his light. Another version of the legend says that Tecciztecatl was in the form of a rabbit when he sacrificed himself to become the Moon, casting his shadow there.
Farther north in America in a region now identified as ranging across Canada and United States, a Cree cultural legend tells a different story, about a young rabbit who wished to ride the Moon. Only the crane was willing to take him there. The trip stretched the crane’s legs as the heavy rabbit held them tightly, leaving them elongated as the legs of all cranes are now. When they reached the Moon, the rabbit touched the crane’s head with a bleeding paw, leaving the red mark those cranes wear to this day. According to the legend, on clear nights, Rabbit still may be seen riding the Moon.
- My Appearance
- My Secrets Are...
Soren has very few powers. One of them is immortality, inspired by his imbibing of the drugs he created for the immortals. Another is drug creation for the betterment of most immortals he comes in contact with. He can give or take powers away but such a thing is mostly based on plot driven course.
He has increased senses and his physical traits allow for increased strength and speed. His body is built to deal with the friction from his fast travel and whatever he wears, that is passed on and into his clothes. He has an increased metabolism, his heart beating far faster than a normal human’s. He must eat constantly in order to keep his body within working order.