tell me reality is better than a dream.
Despite his youth, Jagger reaches a somewhat impressive height of 6’ he is among the taller people. The man’s body has an evident lankiness with his arms and legs being longer than his torso. These traits are also noticeable with his hands, his fingers being longer. This results in the illusion of Jagger being taller than he may genuinely be. He is notably slender in terms of the body, his stomach being flat and his shoulders being slim. Due to being clumsy, Jagger does have a few faint, barely noticeable scars. His complexion is fair-toned, only leaning slightly onto the paler side of the spectrum. When Jagger wishes, he is capable of manifesting a pair of snow-white wings from his back. They are large, soft and allow for Jagger to take flight whenever he wishes.
His cheekbones are stationed high onto his face, manifesting a slender face to match his slim body. His jawline is thin, reaching down to a sharp chin with the softest hint of a curve to the end. He has a slender, lightly tipped nose with a soft upturn. It is not unusual to witness Jagger have cuts and bruises from his clumsiness. Another notable trait of Jagger is his teeth with his two front-most having a noticeable divide and the right a slight chip. Locks of blond hair are stationed on his head, thick and fluffy with the feeling be soft. His hair regularly looks messy, seemingly having a mind of its own. Shining from Jagger’s face are a pair of sapphire blue eyes, as deep as the sea and prone to glimmering in the light. His cheeks are dotted with small freckles.
Warm clothing is among Jagger’s favoured, thus he loves puffy jackets, long-sleeved shirts and pants. His favoured jacket is orange with a faux fur brim around it. Regularly, Jagger wears whatever he deems comfortable and frequently picks a style geared to casual wear. This leads to him wearing graphic shirts, patterned shirts or even solid colours. In the summer, he does wear t-shirts and shorts to avoid the overwhelming heat, though he is used to being in locations with more heat. He does prefer pants and often wears blue jeans while only occasionally drifting into sweatpants. His ears are pierced and accented with black stud earrings. He also has two helix piercings where he wears two bands.
Light Manipulation -- Beginner
The ability to manipulate light, allowing the user to move, create and bend light. An ability never learned, Jagger would be able to accomplish little with the ability. He would become tired extremely quickly because of never training the ability.
Electricity Manipulation -- Beginner
The ability to manipulate electricity, allowing the user to move, create and shock others. Due to having a severe lack of training, Jagger is mostly unable to use this ability. If used, he would be able to do little and would become exhausted from using it.
Healing -- Intermediate
The ability to heal biological constructs, allowing the user to knit together wounds and even cure illness through touch. Via touch, Jagger can manage to heal the wounds of others. At most, in his current work on his healing, Jagger can heal superficial and minor wounds. He can heal himself and others, however, accomplishes little with injuries beyond minor wounds. He can cause a little knitting together of wounds, but this is insufficient to cease bleeding. This ability does tire Jagger out after use.
Blessings -- Intermediate
The ability to bestow blessings onto others, giving them some strength. While something better trained in, Jagger’s blessing capabilities are still limited. He can bestow strength, speed, energy, safety, endurance and cause feelings of sympathy. However, these are minimal and barely noticed. Rather, they are better for the lightest bit of an increase or restore. When he does, Jagger loses a lot of energy, making him unable to do much with the ability.
Wards -- Beginner
The ability to place wards to keep people out of certain locations. One of the many abilities that suffered because of Jagger’s mother. He is completely unable to use it, never having been trained and the ability going over his head. Thus he cannot create wards unless adequately trained. If he were to accomplish with, he would tire quickly.
Wing Manifestation -- Beginner
The ability to manifest wings. Due to his disdain for flight and his lack of learning, Jagger does not bother with his wing manifestation. Manifesting him causes Jagger to feel sleepy and his wings, due to lack of capability, take an excruciatingly long time to manifest. Caping at a total of 40 seconds to manifest entirely.
Holy Water Creation -- Beginner
The ability to create holy water in a small vessel. Another ability not taught to Jagger, he is completely unable to create holy water. Should he try, he needs an extremely small container, and even this would cause him exhaustion.
Naturals: Electricity Immunity, Immortality
Trigger Warnings: Manipulation, Medication Control
Your son will die before his 18th birthday.
Originally born in Brisbane, Australia to a pair of joyous parents, nobody believed anything would go awry in the relationship. Together they would smile, lifting their precious child high and returning that happiness. Mavis Williams was Jagger’s mother, an Australian who met his father over a chat website and began a relationship with him via those methods. Meanwhile, Jagger’s father, a man known as Ronan Brahms, was a Canadian man who moved to Australia to be with his girlfriend. Over the years, Mavis and Ronan became close and shortly married and had their child shortly afterwards. They were happy together as a family. The parents spending plenty of time with their young child, Jagger. For the first years of his life, Jagger was genuinely happy around his mother and father. There was care and despite the child gaining infamy for his clumsiness.
The trio was a regular family brimming with love and care for those involved through the connections of blood. With a pair of parents with well-paying jobs, Jagger was prepared for greatness by his parents. Already, could they ponder their child’s future despite his extreme youth. His father was a capable lawyer meanwhile his mother was a nurse. In the beginning, many people believed Jagger would have a future filled with magnificence because of his parents’ occupations. These moments assured excellent things being promised to a child so young. While being taught the values of preserving what he had, Jagger was reasonably spoiled by his parents. This included special trips and new toys from a young age and well into his toddler years. Everybody believed the family would maintain their happiness. Be among the average Australian families inside the country, but how wrong they would be. On a dime, everything can change, and at the age of 10, Jagger would come to learn these changes.
A child of clumsiness, Jagger received his fair share of injuries and spontaneous hospital visits. Accidents happened and children received injuries, however, everything would be blown out of the water. A single visit to a carnival changed everything for the young 10-year-old child as he bounded along with his parents. Though as a credentials-lacking woman led them into a small tent with golden, glow-in-the-dark stars, things would change. How his eyes wandered, brimming with curiosity with a broad smile. Everything about the tent was similar to being beneath an evening’s sky with deep navies and white and golden specks. A crystal ball in the center and a woman defined as a human with type unknown. Plenty said her predictions wrong, but many informed others of her correctness. A verdict tossed into the air given no certainty about her specific species inside the pop-up carnival.
An older woman’s mystifying words as the crystal ball glowed in a blue halo. His eyes widened as those lights glimmered in his eyes as he watched. He was a giddy child awaiting the silly fortunes to be spoken by the woman’s wrinkled lips. From her wrinkled hands with long nails, she held the tarot cards. Everything was supposedly a fun game as Jagger observed from the sidelines. His green eyes sparkled from the tableside as he watched the woman accomplish her fantastical card tricks. The turning over cards minimal as each was applied to an individual, her bony finger pointing to each. Giddily, Jagger stood by the table, bandages over his minimal cuts and fingers cleaned well. Then arrived a card bearing a skeleton on its form with the worrisome letters spelling a word that made the hair on his neck stand on end. Death. The tarot of death and her bony finger pointed to the child beside his parents. He remembered the stir in his chest and the sinking away from the table.
Your son. Before his 18th birthday, he shall perish at the hands of death. Never to become an adult, always to be a child.
He remembered his father’s hand quickly wrapping around his arm and pulling him away. Rightfully, Ronan was offended by the woman’s accusations of death, even snapping at her as he guided his son away. Alas, his wife lingered for but a moment, paying the dues before following behind. In their walk through the carnival, she voiced concern while Ronan brushed the woman off as crazed and demented. The child remembered attempting to enjoy the remainder of their carnival visit, going on rides and jumping on bouncy castles. Though he was unable to fully enjoy the extent of his carnival time, Jagger began focusing on the subtle arguing of his parents. His mother believed every word and was upset about the present circumstances meanwhile his father stated he believed none of it. Everything was in regards to Jagger’s safety, however, not kept to a time when their child rested. In the end, they returned home early.
Over weeks, the fighting increased and Jagger would overhear those words. After the carnival incident, Ronan and Mavis’ parenting beliefs became misaligned and it only increased with further arguing. The child began showing discontentment at home. Listening to the arguing of his parents was difficult on Jagger. His grades began to slight slip, becoming lesser and lesser as the arguments raged on. He wanted his parents to be happy, but no matter how often he spoke up or attempted to ease those raging arguments. For two years, Jagger spent his life trying to repair the relationship between his parents. The little things he accomplished, praying his intervention would allow them to revert. Though when his father got kicked out of the house and the D word haunted his life, Jagger realized there was no going back. They walked too far down the line of fighting to mend those broken ties. Alas, little did he know the worse his mother would do. With her intervention, she got his job taken from him before the upcoming custody for Jagger. Unfortunately, Ronan lacked a proper support system in Australia, forcing him to return to Canada and be away from his child.
A young adolescent lacking his father figure. It took a nasty toll on Jagger right from the beginning. He missed the in person visits with his father and was rather reduced to face timing him in the evenings. Every fibre of the young child missed his father, the man who took him out for nature walks and taught him about the world. He wanted to hug him, spend those precious father son moments together. He was narrowly old enough to understand why his father left, but it would always upset him. In her spiteful malice, Mavis had forced his father away, but Jagger in his naivety never believed his mother capable of those prospects. Though from the other room she overheard their conversations, carefully listening as Jagger retold the day’s events and celebrated over school. Her mind was churning, pondering how to protect her young, 13 year old son from the future envisioned for him.
The doctor's visits began abruptly. Tugged along by his mother, Jagger had followed, confused by her expression of illness, but remembering her words. When we get into the office, you need to pretend to be sick. A child would always believe their parents have good intentions if they showed no reasons to exhibit concerns. Therefore, a simple, quiet nod was given and the young 13 year old listened to his mother’s plan. He remembered feigning sickness through their visit, complaining about a slew of issues. Shortly afterwards would he hear his mother chime in, stating illnesses he could not understand and medicines he could not comprehend the pronunciation of. For a moment, he wondered if they were doing the right thing, but with the perpetrator being his mother, he struggled to doubt her morals.Though each lie was given its credibility because of her medical degree, a sneaky ruse. He went alone with it all, a young actor in the making soon to transform into the tired victim. Prescriptions were handed, and his mother quickly gathered them and hastily would arrive in the downwards spiral.
Everything shifted quickly as his mother got the child into homeschooling. The abrupt change shocked the young adolescent, who despite the slip during and through his parents fighting a subsequent divorce were passing grades. Nonetheless, as a child, he was under the impression his mother knew better than he ever would. Thus, he listened to her, and fell into the claws of her trap. He remembered the first time his mother mentioned medication. He held brows furrowed with communication as he innocently explained to his mother about being fine. Medication was for sickness, at least, in the adolescent’s mind it was among the few legal purposes of the pills. Though when his mother’s voice turned aggressive and assistant, the child hesitantly listened to his mother. Then the spiral began... he remembered after a time suddenly feeling exhausted and with that, he drifted off to sleep. Passed out on the couch, he slept through the night and woke the next morning, bewildered and confused.
It was merely the beginning of a controller regiment in his mother’s attempt to assure her son’s safety. Accidents could not happen to the clumsy if the clumsy lacked the energy to move. Before his mother went to work, he was placed on the powerful medications. For the day he would laze around, hardly able to move and sedated by the drugs. He would get breakfast beforehand, and when his mother returned for lunch, he would get fed again before being given another measured dosage. In the evenings, when his mother returned, he would receive her attention and be allowed to do his school work. Though, even with the effects waning, Jagger struggled to think straight, resulting in his grades slipping further. With the impairment on his mind, retaining information became more difficult. Despite this, it became the cruel regiment his mother enforced, causing unhappiness for Jagger. If someone visited, the medication would be lessened and he would be told to never say a word. A child forced to never do a thing for theoretically safety found himself upset.
Discontented with life and stuck where he was, Jagger lived his days in a clouded depression. He was stuck, unable to move, craving attention, but rooted to the couch until late into the evening. Desperation generated, and as he was given more a phone for contacting his dad and a plan generated in his mind. He hoped he could snag his phone and call his father, it was everything he needed. At 15 that opportunity would arrive in the form of an early shift and some questionable measurements. By noon, before his mother came it began wearing off, and a child desperate, in his intoxicated stupor stumbled through the house. He searched, spending time rummaging until by luck he found it. Hastily, despite the inopportune time, he called his father, praying his phone would wake him, and he would listen. The begging of soft ‘please’ repeated through his lips until he heard the sleepy voice of his father.
He insisted his father return to pick him up, his slurred words driving points of something being wrong. He insisted on it, repeated it and pleaded for him to arrive without telling mom. He was scared freedom would escape his fingers like sand if he failed to drive home that telling mom was bad. He vaguely insinuated things, stating he felt tired a lot, however, his father, confused by the descriptions, made the plans, but spared his son the wait. In the evening, someone knocked at the door, a law enforcement officer. Off accusations of child abuse, they took in Jagger and his mother. The child, still vaguely intoxicated by the effects of medication, drew their suspicion, thus he was taken to the hospital. There they did the tests, discovering a child controlled by his mother. Many tests were conducted, Jagger’s anxiety of hospitals subdued by remnants of the sedative. They wanted to assure the child was not a victim of Munchausen by Proxy, though when they discovered the sedatives, their suspicions changed.
After the incident, his father was contacted. The child through the weeks expressing wishes to be with his father and nowhere near his mother and her family. Temporarily, Jagger was placed into care under the notes of his father coming to take a plane ride with him to Canada. A two way trip, and due to his father being Canadian, Jagger inherited citizenship. Passports were aimed for and within a month, Jagger was packed up and moved to his father’s home in Canada. From there, the child was temporarily enlisted into special education to assist with catching up through the missed years of school. As it currently stands, Jagger has gotten more caught up and is slowly phasing out of special education to return to his regular classes. Despite the looming threat from a fortune told, Jagger’s happiness has only increased with his newfound freedom. With the ability to explore, play and have fun returned to him, he is finally able to live his life to the fullest extent.
Likes: Winter, cats, snow, exploring, nature, socializing, upbeat music, swimming, video games, waking up early, sunrises, peppermint candies, pasta, dancing plant trinkets, dancing, flavoured water
Dislikes: Fortune tellers, his mother, sports, alcohol, flying, crash landings, hospitals, doctors, staying still, sleepiness, mashed potatoes, sickeningly sweet foods, tea, black coffee, accepting fates
Fears: Death, severe injury, being trapped, paralyzation, medication, being unhappy
- Well being big on nature and being outside, Jagger is not a fan of sports. This is because of his poor coordination and clumsiness.
- His disdain for alcohol does not necessarily come from a bad drinking experience, rather, he does not want to have his clumsy nature worsened by impairment.
- He is not good at it, but Jagger loves dancing. It is one of the few moments where even if he falls he is laughing.
- In hospital settings, Jagger tends to get very anxious, especially around doctors or when medication is mentioned. This increases if his mother is accompanying him to points where he would refuse to be inside a hospital with her.
- Due to being heavily medicated in his youth, Jagger has the minimal capability with his abilities. He hardly learned and has barely the energy to learn, making him incapable for the most part.
- Sometimes he goes by the nickname J.
- He does still have a noticeable Australian accent.
☆ RP EXPERIENCE
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