Raised in a war-raging world, a young good-hearted Chadwick learned to make the most good out of bad things: his family’s shop burned gone, many akin extinguished, and himself barely breathing after a cosmic beast crunched two “pocket” holes in his hands—But Chadwick survived. Savaging and upgrading fallen weapons from battlefield under the traveling apprenticeship of his father with fate’s lick-twist, his “pocket” holes made very handy-dandy storages. Observing how his customer wielded his weapons, Chadwick trained himself to fight with a diverse arsenal.
As Chadwick became a brilliant weapon-engineer, his skills rumored far and wide, good and wicked. The clever lad was turning the war tides towards good’s favor by performing malfunctioning-modifications to the wicked’s tools whenever he could, even in battle.
Though hesitant to join another war, he agrees. It’s time to test his skills and weapons against the greatest enemy they will face, the End, Ragnarok.
: “What Chadwick can do?”
“Pocket” hands: technically they are holes through dimensions. When Chadwick first got them, things from other dimensions would appear as things from his world would disappear—very strange. Well, however, Chadwick and his father eventually made gloves which allowed Chadwick better control of what went in and what came out.
Chadwick stores nearly everything in his pocket-hands including his food, tools, and weapons. His handy-dandy pocket-hands let dear Chadwick be ready to battle and to sabotage against other enemy weapon (and occasional thievery).
Weapon-Engineer: he loves this job! Need to fix, craft or upgrade your weapon, he’s the dude to do it. (Exceptions: magic—he was introduced late in magic and has very little natural talent with it; his magic craftsmanship is average but he’s getting better)
Shields: Chadwick excels greatly in defense (though his attacks lack strength, making head-forward attacks rarely his tactic); so it make sense his favorite weapon of choice are two modified Viking shields. They act as throwing disc, shields, gongs and as a melee weapon: something to hit with. The shields gong-mode were modified to produce a few loud and/or piercing sounds that could a) distract you, b) pop your eardrums and throw off your sense of balance and c) call attention to lots of creature that something important is going on. Chadwick also attached force-fields to the shield because if all else fails, he will take cover and run away with whoever or whatever is important.
Galileo-Lea Golem (in nominations for the contest- yah!)
Galileo-Lea is a ghost of a brilliant young weather witch who died from grilling a cheese sandwich with lighting for fun, and Golem is a golem made to protect a “key” by the very ancient ‘turtle-people” who built great technologies, cities and stories including Raganork and “a blade to break the End”.
At 973 years of around-the-word traveling and weather mastering, Galileo-Lea found an abandoned “turtle-city” with young gardens and animals everywhere guarded by a broken Golem whose head a giant serpent tooth had shish-kabobed. The golem gave her potatoes; Galileo-Lea, thankful for its kindness, slayed the serpent who attacked every night. The two, ghost and golem became very good friends.
Upon reading the signs of Raganork’s arrival, Galileo-Lea and Golem set off to find the turtle-people’s “blade to break the End” to protect their home because beside each other, they don’t have much. Oh, but first, a gods-stop.
: “What Galileo-Lea Golem can do?”
Individually Galileo-Lea and Golem are quite resistant to death being one is already dead, and the other's not technically alive, though they also have different disadvantages such as the golem’s lack of mobility to move through some places and Galileo-Lea can’t enter salt circles, etc. When Galileo-Lea and Golem are together, these disadvantages affect them less. (the play-mode is Golem's body, though with Galileo-Lea's voice since Golem doesn't talk )
Golem: Protects a “key” to turtle-people’s “blade to break the End”. Made of very mysterious and strong stone which can bend when Golem wants it so and completely resistant to weather’s wear, heat and water—this make the golem a very strong and balanced melee battler because it strength is as strong as its defense, it own body. Its special attack is a turtle-spin and poking enemies with a giant serpent tooth.Galileo-Lea: controls the weather, what more is there to say. Lighting is ironically her favorite. As a ghost she helps keep the golem together and functioning though in battle the two had been known to separate if needed.