- Name: Alex Morris
- Affiliation: Other
- Character's History: Alex is about 17 years old with an IQ of 180. He is 5'7, 150 lbs, slightly built, and has gray eyes and brown hair. He comes from a slightly wealthy American family and has recently arrived in Chicago on vacation. He's an expert in maneuvering a whip and he's not bad with a sword, either.
- Genetic Background: He's human, but his acute sense of smell, hearing, and heightened physical strength and agility hint at something else, perhaps long buried in his family's history.
- Likes: Animals, goth/ska music, playing the violin, whip cracking
- Dislikes: Stupidity (both from himself sometimes and the people around him) and interference
- Powers: He has learned how to harness and control elemental magic (i.e. air, water, fire, and earth)
- Weapons: A leather bull whip, a short sword, a WWII dagger, an ax, and four colored stones that hold positive energy from each one of the elements: yellow for air, blue for water, red for fire, and green for earth.
- Special Notes: Ever since Alex first heard about the Sailor Scouts, he has been obsessed with challenging them. He never really hated them until he stumbled across a book he found in his
great-grandfather's attic called "The Necronomicon." In it he read
about the times that were and the times that were to come. It spoke
of the Silver Millennium and how it came to a startling halt. It talked
about the first humans on earth, warring in the land of Ryleoth. It
spoke of Cain and his childer in the land of Nod, and of demons
and the angels. It spoke of elemental magic and how to harness it. It
talked about his family history, which was written in Latin and
translated...and it spoke of the days to come, the days when
Serenity would rule. And it spoke of the horrible purification and
persecution of humanity during this time. Alex had always felt like he
was added to the population on a whim, like he was never really
planned for...like the future did not apply to him, since he was there
to change it...out of place time wise, if you will. When he turned to
the back pages of the Necronomicon, these feelings were
confirmed, because when a genealogy was listed by the priest
Samuel in 1852 (the book was very old), he was not listed. In fact,
the list stopped with his father. Fueled by this knowledge, he sets
out to change the future for the better. Another note: The book
stops after the Dark Moon Saga ends, because no one knows what
happens after that.
You are now listening to Cross Your Heart from Haunted Castle.