Fire Phoenix - Y
First Initial: Y
Species: Fire Phoenix
Classification: Immortal Being
Alignment: Dark Arts
Experience Level: Advanced+
Theme Song: Armageddon – Art of Dying
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“The transition from Summer into Fall reminds me that the world is slowly dying and going to sleep again. So many people comment on how ‘soft’ and ‘cozy’ and ‘warm’ Autumn is, but I think everyone is just a little bit nuts to appreciate the decay of it all. I mean, hey, everybody’s different and I’m certainly no stranger to death. I mean—c’mon—I’m a damn phoenix. That’s kind of our MO. I just don’t understand how people enjoy the process. But, if I had to pick anything about the season that I did like, it’d be all the scented candles, the fireplaces that are used to remind humans that there’s still life out there waiting for them on the other side; a light to guide them through the dark months; a rebirth is waiting to happen.”
Y is very much a byproduct of his society. He’s loud, boisterous, and has strong opinions, but that doesn’t mean he’s unwilling to learn new tricks and consider new schools of thought. Being a part of the warrior class, Y admits that he has had a habit of punching first and asking questions later when people escalate things, and asking him to “simmer down” or “chill out” only served as triggers that offended his fiery nature. But, as he’s gotten older, his flashover style of handling conflict—as he has recently come to learn—has been his biggest disadvantage throughout his life. A fire that burns itself out is no good to anybody, and running hot all the time not only risks hurting the ones around you, but yourself as well.
Through vetting, Y came to me much more settled and with an open mind, ready to explore some of the softer aspects of existence that he had neglected. In his own words, “I guess I decided to simmer down after all.” But, Y’s entire social group back home is perhaps not the best influence on him as he attempts to make this transition for himself, and so he’s looking to find someone far, far removed from his own kind that he doesn’t have to explain his change of heart to.
“I’ve spent far too many of my lives trying to get a rise out of people, and the only kind of rising I wanna do anymore is lifting other people up. I see now how toxic my behaviour was, and I’m ready to make amends with the universe. I want to do better. And I know you can take the warrior out of the fight, but you can’t take the fight out of the warrior. So, I’ve learned how to channel all of that chaotic energy I have and funnel it into something useful. I want to be with someone I can protect, even if it’s just to watch over them while they move about the astral, or when they’re walking to and from the store and are worried someone’s following them. You guys don’t have built in weapons like I do, so I figured you could use a guardian. So long as I can be useful and still use my skills as a warrior, the rest doesn’t matter so much.”
While Y’s primary focus is to provide a sort of protective service to someone else, he’s also expressed an interest in a sexual relationship, and has hinted at the hopes of exploring a deeper intimacy with his future companion (if such a thing grows and becomes mutual). Y would do best in a smaller family, or in one that is still growing. Ideally, he’d prefer a companion who doesn’t have a lot of strong male energies to compete with while he gets himself settled (or at least asks them to not be present while he’s getting to know you better first). Lastly, he has stated that he is seeking a considerable amount of time spent with his companion, but of course, won’t fault you or blame you for any mental health struggles or solo time you might need. Y just wants to make it clear that he wants to be a priority and not just a casual acquaintance.