Name: William Elliston
Age: 6127 years old
Occupation: Casino Manager at the MGM Grand
Will remembers his human life vividly. It was one of the many reasons he despises the human race. He and his brother were violently murdered by his parents when he was only twenty-five years old. It was no wonder why there was so much darkness in his soul. The only thing that mattered in his afterlife was taking care of his brother. He obviously failed protecting him once and he wouldn’t let it happen again. He honestly doesn’t know how much Jacob remembers about when he was human as he refuses to talk about it. It wasn’t much of an issue with Will, because if he didn’t remember, he certainly wasn’t going to be the one to tell him the truth.
While his brother was off playing games with humans in his life as a demon, Will was much more reserved. Rather than watch them squirm, he’d just slaughter them. From just killing individuals, to killing entire villages, he just took an immense pleasure out of murdering the race that murdered him. He and his brother traveled all around the world together always leaving destruction in their path. Moving to Vegas and working under Adrian directly was just another opportunity for that. There was something classy about running a casino, and Will was honored when that position was bestowed onto him. To Will, Adrian is much more than a boss. He’s the one father figure he has. He may be evil, but hey, so was Will. Demons were Adrian’s children. He was the only father they had.
As a frequent guest of Femme, it was no wonder that he met a plethora of women that wanted into his bed. From the prostitutes, to the strippers, the majority of them wanted him. However, only one caught his eye. There was something special about Candice Juergens and he didn’t know what that was. Though he was never one for monogamy, he made the exception for her. He knew he wanted to bring out the darkness she possessed, and he knew that darkness was already there. As a siren, Candice would thrive, and for some reason, Will wanted that for her. It wasn’t love, but there was a certain fondness he developed for the girl. Simply put, he’d be very upset if she were to die.
If Will thought he had a heart, it would be full of hate. His soul was made black and he had no trouble showing it to anyone. Murderous rage consumes him daily and he always acts on it. He might listen to Adrian, but even he could have a difficult time controlling him when he falls off the handle. He’s sly and cunning, like most demons; however, he doesn’t care too much for plotting. He’s more of an act first, as questions later type of guy. Though it usually works out for him, sometimes his destructive nature bites him in the ass. That doesn’t mean he’s ever going to change. He can, after all, easily get himself out of any trouble he might find himself in. It was a perk of being him.
Candice Juergens (Girlfriend):
Candice is an interesting topic when it comes to Will. He can’t seem to get his mind of her and that was strange for him. Never in his life had a woman, let alone a human woman occupied his thoughts so much. He couldn’t love her, he knew that, but the infatuation and lust he had towards her was obvious. Exclusivity was odd, but with Candice it worked. However, that didn’t mean it would work forever.
Jonathan Clair (Close Friend):
Jonathan is Will’s other half, his best friend, his second brother. With out him, Will would no doubt lose his mind. With the two of their evils combined nothing can stand in their way of getting what they want. Though Jacob comes first in Will’s life, Jonathan is a close second. They might not share blood, but over the past 500 years, their bond became unbreakable. Not even death could come between them.
Jacob Elliston (Brother):
Everything Will does, he does it for Jacob. He’s his little brother and Will would always protect him. Though their tastes in trouble are different, both still love causing it none the less. Sometimes Will would go along with his schemes, most of the time, however, he has no problem slapping him upside the head (in a brotherly way, of course) telling him to just go for it. Direct suffering is much more fun than sitting around and waiting. The two have agreed to disagree on the matter.
The role of William Elliston is open.
Faceclaim: Nathaniel Buzolic