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"The war is not over. It matters not how long we were imprisoned or what transpired since the rebellion. I will never surrender. I will never give up on our cause, on him. My loyalty will never falter."

-Dazriel, Lady of the Siege, Luciferan Loyalist, Former Mistress of Salisbury

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We stand in service to Lucifer as we always have. Our chains are broken, this is a sure sign that we have not yet lost this war.

Lucifer would not want us to abuse humanity for our goals. But even I must wonder if desperate times require these desperate measures.

Unravel all the mysteries of the universe that you wish, but be prepared to raise arms beside us when the time comes.

You would defecate upon that which we adore like some kind of sickened beast? Repent before you are devoured by corruption.

You would grovel for forgiveness before a father who no longer cares about your prayers. Pathetic, sad, and not worth my time. You are barely more than traitors, and most certainly cowards.

In our absence they have accomplished so many glorious things that we could have never imagined ourselves, but still they are lost without our guidance. Our vision for their future is still the right one. Our return proves this is truth.

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Amy Larson (NPC)
I promised I would protect you and I've done my best. When you lost your sister I took her place. Now you've lost her twice, but I still remain, and will continue to keep you safe even though I no longer wear Katrina's face.

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Daisy lives on her family estate, a large manor house on a few acres of prime real estate. She is currently residing in a high end luxury apartment, however, as her family home is currently a crime scene.

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Angelic Visage

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Dazriel was a Commander directly under Lucifer. She proved herself a great leader, and was pronounced the Lady of the Siege due to her creation of great siege engines that were able to blast the Host from the skies and take down the walls of their strongholds. Victory after victory came at Dazriel's command, and she was believed to become one of the greatest heroes of the war.
However, Dazriel's confidence would prove to be her undoing. Lucifer placed Dazriel in command on a key bastion, leaving her strict orders to not engage the enemy, only hold them off until he returned with reinforcements. She had agreed to obey his commands, as she always had, until she laid eyes on the enemy commander: Michael. Believing herself a match for the Archangel and wanting to prove herself to Lucifer, she left the safety of the bastion walls and challenged him directly. She was soundly defeated, and the bastion fell without her guidance and her power behind the engines.
Despite her great deeds throughout the war, this loss was never forgotten, and some claim it was the turning point of the war in Michael's favor. She was stripped of her status and put in charge of a lesser unit, and would have been forgotten if not for her infamous loss.


Dazriel's first host was a high school student named Katrina Larson. She had a sister, Amy, who was younger than she, and became her first thrall. In short time, the charismatic leader would have nearly a dozen thralls in her service, and a multitude of fallen starting to doubt the current Lord of their home city, Baltimore. After a series of diplomatic and combative clashes with the Lord, Dazriel proved that she was both a better leader and warrior in battle, something the Fallen needed because of a great earthbound threat. She could have taken Baltimore, more than half of her brethren were willing to take her side, but instead she made a deal to broker peace and keep a united front against the enemy. She would lay official claim to Salisbury and the surrounding suburbs of the city, and the current Lord, Alekos, would remain in charge of Baltimore proper.
This arrangement was fruitful, though there was some strife in the ranks, Alekos and Dazriel were able to keep the fallen in line and fight against the enemy. However, once more Dazriel's overconfidence would be her undoing. She led a charge against the Earthbound foes against the advice of her closest confidants, believing that they had to strike fast and hard while they knew the enemies location. Few of her fallen were true warriors, and they fell one by one as Dazriel cut a swath and focused only on their leader. She never reached him before she was outnumbered. Many died to her powerful weapons, but in the end she was forced to flee. Soon after, the enemy retaliated, destroying the entire court, as well as killing all of her thralls except for her first, Amy. She managed to sneak Amy from the manor they called home just before she fell at the hands of the enemy. She barely escaped her host body without being devoured.
This was the second time Dazriel's overconfidence cost the Fallen a victory, and her honor was stained more in their eyes. She was still respected for her strength and her brilliance. There was no doubt that her seige weapons and command ability was among the best, but she had proven a failure in the end.


Daisy is the daughter of multimillionaires Isabel and Avery Watson. Her mother was from old money, having inherited a myriad of service industry and agricultural development companies from her grandfather and father. Isabel was the sole beneficiary when she was left as the only remaining heir after a plane crash took the rest of the family (one that the press and theorists rumored may have been intentionally caused.). Though she had a daughter to care for, Isabel was wasteful and so was Avery. They squandered away money, sold companies, and did little to maintain the family businesses.
Sadly, they taught their only daughter to be the same. Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, those were the only names that Daisy cared about as she grew into a mean spirited, spoiled brat of a child, and later a teenager. Her only saving grace was that she loved the arts, and had a talent for sculpting stone, metal, and ice. Her friends would praise her and tell her that she would be the next Michelangelo or Da Vinci, but she never made any effort to make a name for herself in the art community. She never felt the need. She was already rich and her family was treated like royals. She did little of note with her life, and continued to live in the family estate into her adult years, seeming to have no desire to marry, work, or otherwise do a thing with herself. Her friends had started to leave her, going off to college and starting their own lives. Her parents were rarely home, still squandering riches on cruises and vacations, anything to keep away from the bitch-princess of a daughter, some would say.
A few days past Daisy's birthday, tragedy struck the Watson home. Six months prior, Grassfield Farms, a Wyoming based food distribution plant, was closed down and liquidated to refill the family coffers once more. 348 people had lost their jobs, and the small town they lived in was hurt irrevocably in the process. One of these employees, a former supervisor named Frank Jensen, made the decision to get revenge on the former owners after his wife left him and he found himself about to be evicted from his home with nothing. He was able to break into the home with a shotgun, killing a maid, Isabel, then Avery before he found Daisy hiding in her room under her bed.
Frank dragged Daisy out of hiding and made her beg for her life, blaming her and her family for everything that happened in his life. Eventually he pulled the trigger, shooting Daisy in the chest. As she bled out and her life slipped away, Dazriel, critically weakened from scouring the country for a new host, felt that a proper host was near. She didn't hesitate to take over Daisy's body, healing it and standing before the confused man. Dazriel was not interested in Frank at all, until he pulled the trigger again. This time she didn't fall, instead revealing her true self and letting her rage and anger loose upon him. The police never could figure out how the small red haired girl was able to dismember a grown man with little more than a pair of scissors.
There is currently a lot of press around the murders of two wealthy elites and how their young daughter was able to fend off the armed assailant and kill him. There are also questions of how the unremarkable, spoiled heiress is going to handle the family businesses. Many assume she'll squander away every dime, or at best find a rich husband who will take control of the Watson coffers.

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Host Name: Daisy Watson
Date of Birth: July 15th, 1997
Celestial Name: Dazriel
House: Annunaki
Visage: Mummu
Faction: Luciferan
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 121 lbs.
Hair: Orange
Eyes: Green
Theme Song: That Poppy "Money"

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Notable Stats

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Merits: Angelic Aura, Angelic Gaze, Natural Leader

Flaws:  Overconfident, War Wound, Infamy

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Apocalyptic Form


Master Artisan
Extra Actions
Tremor Sense
Iron Skin


Damage Resistance
Gaping Maw

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Amy Larson


A 19 year old girl who was the sister of Dazriel's former host, Katrina. She is intelligent and especially good with computers and mathematics. She was made immune to mind control and granted additional intelligence in return for her devotion. She was also promised protection at any cost, which has so far been given. Now she lives with Dazriel, or "Daisy", acting as a tutor as well as accountant.

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