Eyes: Due to his albinism, he has complete lack of pigment, and his blood vessels are visible, making his eyes a bright shade of red.
Hair: White, also due to his albinism. He slicks it back every now and then, so it tends to fall in that direction, but it often hangs to the side of his head, and a little bit in the front falls as bangs. It is about ten inches in length on average, some areas slightly shorter or longer, but that is hardly noticeable.
Species/Race: Alabaster is the child of Sesein Orronse and Siyah Dayrose, a God and a human. Because of the God blood in him, he is immortal, but as a result, his body cannot heal wounds on its own, no matter how small.
Solspher Gloves & Boots: Alabaster claims that hand-to-hand combat is the most enjoyable type of fighting, so he often does not use any weapons. To make up for lack of offensive power, he created a pair of black cloth gloves and leather boots that contain high levels of enhancement solspherous. The gloves are fingerless and the boots have four small spikes underneath them for balance and for use weapons. They look to just be normal apparel, but when He transfers solspherous through them, they turn into deadly weapons. The powerful solspherous contained in these magnifies the power of what he puts into it, thus exponentially increasing his striking power. While wearing these, He can easily punch or kick through steel, even without using any solspherous. If he chooses to use his own solspherous and the enhancement solspherous infused in the gloves and boots, his strikes gain a sort of burning attribute that allow his physical attacks to incinerate nearly anything they touch. Even though they can burn through almost anything touching them, they do not create fire, and the heat they create cannot be felt by anything that is not directly in contact.
Black Cell: Black Cell was Vane Dayrose’s handgun. Alabaster was given the weapon by Itsuya Dayrose, Vane’s son. He took the weapon to its creator, the God, Suyp, and he had Suyp change the appearance of the weapon to something similar to a KJW Mark 1 Pistol. Unlike any other handgun, this pistol’s bullet force can pierce almost any kind of armor, and because of the great speed of the bullets, it rarely misses even the most unnaturally fast opponents. It is called Cell because it was created from scale cells of Suyp, so it never run out of ammo due to the fact that the cells just divide and make new bullets. Unfortunately, some abilities that Vane could use with his gun were lost with his death.
Remium Knives: Alabaster carries two knives on the inside pockets of his coat. These knives are made from a Silronian metal called Remium, which is the hardest and most flexible metal in that universe. The knives can cut through other metals if enough force is applied, and they are bendable to the point that they can bend in tight spaces, which is useful for infiltration or escape situations.
Remium Belts & Chains: Alabaster wears the coat of Vane Dayrose, which covers up his protection underneath and makes him appear defenseless. Under his coat is a bunch of leather belts with holes rimmed with remium cut all along the lengths of them. One belt is wrapped over his left shoulder and underneath his right arm, which protects his torso, upper back, and shoulder. Around his waist is another belt that is wrapped through the bottom of the first belt and goes around his body to his waist at an angle that protects his abdominal region and lower back. A third belt is wrapped horizontally around his waist, and its left side is wrapped under the previous belt, just as the first set is linked; this one protects his waist. Hanging from the third belt are eight remium chains placed at equal intervals around his waist. The tops are connected to the belt and the bottoms are connected to the bottom of his pant legs. These chains protect his legs from attacks that do not fit in-between them, making stabbing and piercing attacks the only way to have a good chance at hitting skin. There is another one of these chains in the form of a necklace that he wears around his neck, giving similar protection there.
Personality: Alabaster is a somewhat cold person. He does not make friends easily due to his passive nature. He does not speak unless spoken to, and his words are often offensive. Although he is prone to being antisocial, he does have an amiable side when he is around women and children. In battle, he tends to have witty lines and act in a way that dignifies him, even if it means getting hurt in the process. It would not be far-fetched to say that he would purposefully take a hit just to show off that he cannot be killed. His goal, when fighting, is to terrify and strike awe in his opponents, so he will do anything it takes to satisfy that objective. He claims that opponents too far away to fight courageously deserve to be shot, and opponents that come close enough to strike deserve to be cut. Because of this he does not use any weapons with range in-between what his pistols and knives offer; anyone who uses other weapons faces his fists. This logic is usually poked fun at by his allies, but he does not seem to care that nobody else understands it.
Accessories: A silver ring on his right hand ring finger that has his family crest engraved on it. It is identical to the Conqueror’s Ring his father wears, in appearance, but it does not have any special powers.
Appearance: Alabaster is an albino, so his appearance is very frightening to some. His case is extreme, making his skin extremely pale, his hair bleach white, and his eyes blood red. His apparel consists of a black leather coat that once belonged to Vane Dayrose, which Alabaster has changed quite a bit to suit his style, his custom gloves and boots, a black tee shirt covered in his remium belts, and black pants with the chains that come down from waist belt. The coat was once a button-up coat, but He removed the buttons and put on a zipper. He also trimmed quite a bit off of it so that it fits tightly against him now. The zipper starts at his waist and goes upward so that he has room to move his legs; it stops at the base of his neck, which then forms a v-shape leading to the top of the jacket’s collar. The collar of the jacket goes up to the bottom of his chin, making the chest section of his shirt the only visible part. The zipper starts just above his belt, so the belt itself and the chains connected to it are all visible. His pants are black leather and have several pockets lining the sides and backs of the legs.
Solspherous: Solspherous is the basis of all magic and alchemy in the dimension of Silronia. It is an element in itself, but it is also used as an energy source to power all magic in the dimension. As an equation: the amount of Solspherous divided by the amount of the magical element being used is equal to the reciprocal of the power of the spell. The equation would look like this: 0.1SM = 1/P reciprocated. In the equation, you plug in for every variable except P, and then solve for 1/P. The smaller the fraction is at the end the more powerful the spell that is created. The reciprocal is pointless in solving a solspherous equation, but many Silronians use it because it is scientifically correct. The reason it equals a reciprocal is that that is how a solspherous product looks before it is converted, or flipped in the case of a reciprocal. In Silronian algebra, the ~ is used to mean “reciprocates to”. Two more factors are thrown in once levels and types of solspherous are changed, though. That original equation is valid only for 1% purple solspherous. The 0.1 before the S in the equation signifies one percent. Using that as an example, you could guess that 10% would put 1.0 there, and 100% would put 10.0. These are the different levels of solspherous from weakest to strongest:
Purple: Standard form of solspherous; literally the base level of the element usable by everyone in Silronia.
Green: Average form of solspherous. Most Silronians can go no further than this in solspherous usage.
Black: Advanced form of solspherous. Only a few legendary Silronians have been able to go this far into the art of solspherous. All of them happen to be renowned alchemists, other than Vane Dayrose.
Teal: Master form of solspherous. The only known Silronians able to use this are the Tzear brothers, Seiron members, Elryth Dayrose, and Sasuro Ifrius.
Yellow: “Second Class” of solspherous. Usable only by the Tzear brothers, Seiron, and Sasuro Ifrius.
Grey: “First Class” of solspherous. Usable only by the Tzear brothers and Seiron.
Silver: Strongest publicly known form of solspherous. Solspherous study has gone no further than this in solspher classification.
White: Labeled “Dragon Solspherous” by Seiron members. It’s the highest level of solspherous used by the Tzear brothers.
Brown: Labeled “Gaia Solspherous” by Seiron members. It is the third most powerful form of the element in all of Silronia.
Blue Solspherous: Unknown solspherous only useable by Itsuya Dayrose and Zaevaerith Incarne. It is equally as powerful as orange solspherous.
Orange: An artificial form of solspherous created by Leyo of Seiron. It was an attempt to create a more powerful element than Red Solspherous, but it fell slightly short.
Red: Solspherous in its most tainted, destructive form. This is usable only by wearers of the Seiron Crest, because the Seiron Crest is the only source of solspherous in the entire dimension that can generate enough of the element to create Red Solspherous. Only Seiron members understand the secret to using this form of the element, and that is why they are the only ones so far able to generate it naturally and/or unnaturally.
For purple, the percentage is left alone, and is unaltered, but when using a more powerful form of solspherous, another number is added into the equation. Green solspherous is significantly stronger than purple solspherous, therefore the equation would change to 2(0.1)SM = 1/P. For black solspherous, the equation would be 4(0.1)SM = 1/P. The most powerful form of solspherous would then logically be 100% red solspherous. That equation would be 20(10.0)SM = 1/P. To cast a pure solspherous spell, M would have to equal 1 and Solspherous would have to equal 10; that equation would be: 1(0.1)10x1 = 1/P. No matter what, SM must always equal 10. When casting a spell of any element, M could equal anything from 1 up to 9.9, but because 1.01 solspherous is required to power the spell, a solspherous user cannot create a spell of any pure element other than solspherous itself. The more solspherous that is in the equation, the more power in it; the more magic that is in the equation, the stronger a spell of that element is. Once P is found, you simply flip the reciprocal, and the larger the number the more powerful the spell is.
This is what the weakest solspherous spell would look like: 1(0.1)10x1 = 1/1 ~ 1
This is what the strongest solspherous spell would look like: 20(10.0)10x1 = 1/2000 ~ 2000.
This what an average elemental spell would look like: 4(1.0)2x5 = 1/40 ~ 40. In this case, though, it would be 40 in terms of the element used; not solspherous.
Blue solspherous is not included in any of those facts, and does not have an equation of its own.
There are also powerful forms of solspherous that take on the form of energy used by muscle cells and brain tissue in the body. By consuming this edible energy, one can permanently increase the overall efficiency of his or her body. These are the different types of fortification solspherous:
P-Wave: Focuses on muscles in the thighs and arms; physical strength.
S-Wave: Works on muscles in the calves and, if present, wings; running and flying speed.
D-Wave: Works on muscles in the chest and abdomen; endurance muscles.
I-Wave: Works on brain tissue; thought speed and reaction time.
The only level of solspherous that Alabaster can use is white, and this is due to the fact that his father is the same way. Because of the Conqueror’s Ring, Sesein was given the ability to use white solspherous at the expense of being able to use the other kinds; this alteration passed on to Alabaster, since solspherous is one’s essence.
Conqueror: Alabaster’s father Sesein once wore a God’s artifact called the Conqueror’s Ring, which gave him immortality and the ability to use white solspherous. Because the ring altered Sesein’s solspherous, it also changed his. Because of this essence mutation He cannot die. His body can be blown apart and scattered to the corners of the universe, and his consciousness would remain at the center point of it all. Unfortunately, this great gift comes at a price: His body has no regenerative ability. Even a single prick on his finger cannot be healed, as his nerves cannot give the signal that he has been injured. This complication is due to the fact that this change was not completely passed on, due to the conditions in which he was born. To make up for this, Alabaster carries several vials of a serum created by his uncle Rukiel that pass his solspherous patterns through his cell receptors and causes them to literally recreate his entire body. This does not change anything that has not been damaged, but all wounds instantly close up, making his body as it would be in an unaffected state.
Strengths: Alabaster’s first and foremost strength is his immortality, despite its downside. Along with that, he is very skilled with his weapons, using them in unpredictable and innovative ways. He also is fearless in battle, which is effective against opponents that are more timid and those he intimidates.
Weaknesses: Alabaster’s body cannot regenerate cells. The fact that he must take the time to pull out a needle and inject a serum into his skin to cause the cells to divide makes him very vulnerable to attack. This means that, even though he is immortal, if he were to lose his arms, there would be almost no way for him to heal without the help of someone else. The small side effect of this is that healing magic also does not effect him unless it works in the same way as his serum (by copying DNA and having the body rebuild itself entirely). In addition, along with being a strength, his fearlessness can be detrimental to him in battle if it becomes arrogance.
Why is it that an organism is born? Why is it that there are higher and lesser, tougher and feebler, shrewder and duller beings in this existence? Why is it that some are abandoned, and some are loved? These inquiries…are their answers hanging over the periphery of my shattered psyche? My father abandoned me at birth, relinquishing my suckling self to the hardships of the mortal universe.
“My son…nameless. I shall consign you to the firmament, and you shall return to me when you have merited a title for yourself.” ~ Sesein Dinith Orronse
Why is it that an organism is born? Perhaps if you hear the story of my unfortunate conception, you too will renounce the hope of ever knowing such a verity. My mother, Siyah Dayrose, the lover of the great Silronian hero Vane Dayrose, was dispatched by my antecedent, Sesein Orronse. The following dispute over the tragedy, due to rational ire of Sir Dayrose, ended in his own destruction, as well. My father, having erased his comrade and lover from existence, abducted the corpses, which he managed to keep intact, and returned to his keep. Using his solspherous manipulation, he pumped life into the matron’s reproductive system, bringing the cells to life for one final job. He violated the corpse, impregnating the undead uterus; he nurtured it for a year before wrenching my incipient figure from the lamented one’s womb. If breathes an individual in this existence with the words to justify this, I shall immolate myself.
“A leader of a band of milksops is still just a milksop himself.” ~ ‘Alabaster’ Orronse
Why is it that there are higher and lesser, tougher and feebler, shrewder and duller beings in this existence? Perhaps if you hear the story of my unfortunate curse, you too will renounce the hope of ever knowing such a verity. Upon the hand of my father sits the artifact of the ex-God Zaevaerith: the Conqueror’s Ring. This particular accessory is no common trinket; the power of immortality surges through every groove on its argent surface. Upon setting that cursed object on his finger, the solspherous makeup of his body was altered to its current impervious state. Neither blades nor sorcery can scratch his godlike soma. Due to the fact that solspherous dictates DNA, this alteration in my antecedent attempted to pass on to me. Alas, my body rejected the evolution, and in its stead, I received an imperfect endowment. My father stands above me, unconquerable, I stand as I am, as the recipient of much awe, and then others stand below me, the beneficiaries of my pity. If breathes an individual in this existence with the words to elucidate this, I shall immolate myself.
“All I can see is a field stained ashen gray, and my misgivings projected on the obsidian-colored sky. Below me is a pit, and above me is void, so how can I abscond from this anguish?”~ Itsuya Dayrose
Why is it that some are abandoned, and some are loved? Perhaps if you hear the story of my unfortunate travels, you too will renounce the hope of ever knowing such a verity. Unable to die, my suckling self wailed incessantly into the depths of that sadistic valley; beasts often coming to feast upon my supple flesh. With time, what fragments remained of my once beautiful newborn body blew further and further apart, leaving my consciousness at the intersection of the solspherous threads that held my essence together. The myriad months I spent in that state ended abruptly with the arrival of a curious solspherous researcher by the name of Leyo Hiriosa. The man acknowledged the immortality of my essence, and with his extensive knowledge of solspherous, he developed a substance that would return my body to its former glory. Three years old, and still in the form of a newborn infant, devoid of knowledge and innocence. That man taught me speech, showed me emotion, and gave me strength. I lived there in his organization’s headquarters for ten years before he abandoned me, no longer requiring my solspherous, and labeled me forevermore as experiment Alabaster Ash. If breathes an individual in this existence with the words to commiserate this loveless soul, then…
“F***...” Alabaster coughed as he closed up his book. “I’ve read over my words a thousand times now, and I still can’t finish that sentence.”