Demon Realm

May 2017 Featured RPG

Jamaal Walker

A smooth sea never made a skillful sailor.
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Sekah OOC Information

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HELLO AND WELCOME! MY TIME IS EST, I LOVE SMUT, AND I HAVE NO CONTENT LIMITS. PLEASE SEND ALL PMS TO MY ADMIN ACCOUNT, HERE. LOVE AND HUGS, SEKAH.

Character Information

Character Type
Face Claim
Human with Primal Demon
Cykeem White
Human Pronouns
Human Age
Demon Pronouns
Demon Age
He/Him/His
24
She/Her/Hers
121
Faction
Profession
Spirit Detectives
Spirit Detective

Character Summary

Jamaal is a quiet and thoughtful young man. He comes to conclusions slowly, after deep contemplation. He's a self-professed nerd, into science and photography. He’s trying to scrape money together to go back to school.
Ascensions
Dominions
Death Tier 1. Ascension to "THE WEEPING WOMAN"
The weeping woman blames themselves for a loved one’s death or loss from their life or perhaps caused it in truth. Destructive grief, grief that changes the nature of you down to your very soul, colors this dangerous path. The weeping woman is a figure of guilt and mourning.
You feel new possibilities within you. People now find you uneasy to be around. The dominions necromancy, necrosis, biomancy, and blood are now augmented. Your character may show unusual command of those dominions for their mastery.
Necromancy: Minor.
Combustion: Lesser.
Gold Touch: Superior.
Pathfinding: Proficient.
Pheromones: Lesser.

Character In-Depth

Jamaal grew up in the suburbs of Charlotte, North Carolina, and had not an idyllic childhood, but certainly a lot of happy memories of baking with his no-nonsense businesswoman mother, flour everywhere, and being carried out to the beach by his father, and particularly of his family's matriarch, the slim and still-beautiful Grandma Amoy, who took his demonological education in hand.

Grandma Amoy warned him she could only teach him Jamaican forms of magic, since she emigrated from her native Jamaica to North Carolina as a young adult to follow her American beau Robbie, Jamaal's grandfather. She encouraged him to seek out other forms of magic and learn them, too.

Jamaal was accepted into many schools, a bright boy with what everyone encouraged him and believed to be a bright future. He decided after some soul-searching to go to Morehouse College. His sister, Aaliyah, was getting a civil union with her long-time partner Jessica Cole.

Jamaal’s family was targeted by a powerful demon. His parents collected fine art, and a demon wanted a piece. His mother wouldn’t sell. It was the summer after Jamaal’s senior year. He’d just been accepted into his first choice. He was out late celebrating.

He came home to a nightmare. Robbers had broken into his home, killed his family. Taken the art and anything else they could sell.

Jamaal went into a cycle of grief and rage. He didn’t even tell Morehouse he wasn’t coming. He just didn’t show up.

He spent years using his pathfinding to track down the robbers. Consumed by the desire to bring them to justice, he finally surprised them. He tied them up. He meant to kill them.

Instead, he sat down and talked to them. He told them what it was like, losing his parents fresh out of high school.

He talked, and then he let them go.

One of the robbers was moved by his story. He turned his partners in, and after serving his time in the Panopticon, he found Jamaal again. They became friends.

There’s still one person watching Jamaal: the demon who ordered the hit. To them, Jamaal is a cute plaything.

They’ve not yet made their move.

Demon Information

Zulfiqar—The legendary sword of Ali ibn Abi Talib, which is said to have been given to him by the Prophet Muhammad. Muhammad gave this sword to his son in law Ali in the Battle of Uhud. The sword was brought by Jibraeel (Gabriel "Lord of Angels") as an order from Allah. It is a scissor-like double bladed sword, commonly shown in Shi'ite depictions of Ali and in the form of jewelry functioning as talismans as a scimitar terminating in two points. Middle Eastern weapons are often inscribed with a quote mentioning Zulfiqar, and Middle Eastern swords are at times made with a split tip in reference to the weapon.