==Watching the Stars align
I'm simply magic
|Title||The Son of Heka|
I am Septimus Cross, all magic no games or pranks. You want to find out the story behind me well here it is, I was raised by a con-artist~! My mom went around conning citizens out of all their money. Well, she trained me to do the same thing but instead I was actually using real magic. My mom thought I was just doing her her tricks in a better sneakier way. When I told her I didn't know how I was doing the tricks she laughed and thought I was just keeping them a secret from her. Psychopath. I guess she was lying to me, because their's no way she would've sent me off to some stupid camp for the gifted unless she knew who my parent was. There was something off about Camp Half Blood. I wasn't good with Greek and everyone there upset and confused me. I felt like I didn't belong, like I was in the wrong place, but what am I suppose to say, that I feel like you're all weirdoes, we have nothing in common, and that I write and speak Egyptian? They'd think I was a loon, but atleast I'd be an honest magical loon.
I'm simply magicEdit
People don't understand why I've created my own slogan. I'm simply magic. Like, duh~! I'm amazing~! People always say no one can match my magic, not even the children of Hecate. Ofcourse they can't I was practicing my magic before they knew how to walk on their own properly. Foolish creatures. Yes, I call my own species creatures. I don't feel like I'm a creature, but nearly a gift of the gods that was put here to change something. Make a big change or some bull like that. I read it in the library sometime when my mom was conning again. The guy was the librarian but she obivously didn't care. Either way that always stuck in my head that I was suppose to make some type of a difference or my talents with magic would go to waste. That's the last thing I wanted was for my precious awesomeness to just sit inside me and never be unleashed~!! And I wasn't going to let it happen, so if the time ever came...I'd take that chace to make a difference, whether it was good or bad.