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Player Name: Blackjack
Character's Name: Cyrus
Character's username[personal profile] will_be_god

Game Series: Pokémon
Link to previous app: Right heeeere

Age (If there is a change): 34

Canon point changes (If any):

Additional history that happened since the last application (their history at the school before they left, what happened and caused them to return):

As the distant and "emotionless" ethics teacher, Cyrus had taken it upon himself to bring his special brand of morality to the students of Smash Academy. Not that it was working, but he was never one to give up.

Even his reversion to seven years old, with his underdeveloped brain unable to keep such tight reign over his emotions as he would like, he continued to work towards his goal. He had been adamant, from his time in the Distortion World, that Giratina had been involved in those events, and set out on the floating island to confront the shadow god and defeat it once and for all.

But what he found wasn't Giratina. Due to the island's bizarre properties, he found himself face to face with himself. A ruined, wrecked, and utterly hopeless Cyrus awaited him, and he saw the cruel path ahead of him.

And there he waited, with the image of what could be, for months.

But it didn't destroy his idea. In fact, he was even more inspired. He would become a god, and that wretch would never exist. If only he could keep himself from shaking whenever he thought about it.

Personality Changes: He still projects the same demeanor, that of an emotionless, superior man. But the cracks in his armor are easy to see. His voice, usually strong and controlled, is softer and, every now and then, breaks. His usually upright and stern posture has ever so slightly slumped. And his predeliction for staring off into space has become more frequent.

Due to years of control, though, these elements are mostly kept at bay. Functionally, most of the time he'll appear no different than normal...well, "usual". But when chips appear, they take far longer than usual to cover over.

In-Character 1st person sample:
Change is vital for any society. It is resisted, from thought to violence, yet here it seems to have been embraced.

That alone is greater than the place I left.

I return as your ethics teacher. For those of you who do not have that history, my name is Cyrus.

I ask that, due to the primitive custom of "summer break", we all exercise our own mindfulness in the meantime and consider our place in the big picture. Upon the start of the school year, I expect that you will continue that, and will put yourselves on the paths to universal peace.

Do not misunderstand me. I demand that you devote yourselves to your studies, to the greater world. Those who attempt to disrupt class will be met with punishment.

Change will come. Be among those who bring it.

In-Character 3rd person sample:
Helio had been different. People had wanted to help Helio, to join him, to aid him in his quest.

Yet Cyrus was viewed as suspicious, even as a villain.

There had to be something fundamentally different about them, though they were in truth the same person. With an empty document file open on the screen before him, Cyrus mulled it over.

He had witnessed things he was certain were reserved for the gods themselves. The sense remained with him, that otherworldly feeling that he was something beyond humanity...

So why did it continue to mentally plague him? Why it had shaken him to his core to witness these things?

There had been some other version of him, something he was certain existed within his mind. Some had perished. Some had altered their paths. And some had given up. But none had succeeded.

But that couldn't be significant. They were essentially him, but they were not entirely him. He wasn't truly Helio either, although he had been. That had been something buried a long time ago.

Helio had no place in anything. He was Cyrus, and as long as the world existed that was who he would remain. However long that was.
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