Theodore Jacob "T.J." Carson Mar 6, 2013 13:53:41 GMT -5
Post by T.J. "Blue Lantern" Carson on Mar 6, 2013 13:53:41 GMT -5
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This one goes out to the man who mines for miracles This one goes out to the ones in need This one goes out to the sinner and the cynical This ain't about no apology This road was paved by the hopeless and the hungry This road was paved by the winds of change Walking beside the guilty and the innocent
How will you raise your hand when they call your name? We Weren't Born To Follow Come on and get up off your knees When life is a bitter pill to swallow You gotta hold on to what you believe Believe that the sun will shine tomorrow And that your saints and sinners bleed We Weren't Born To Follow You gotta stand up for what you believe This one's about anyone who does it differently This one's about the one who cusses and spits This ain't about our livin' in a fantasy This ain't about givin' up or givin' in
Full Name: Theodore Jacob “T.J.” “Ted” “Teddy” Carson
Code Name: Blue Lantern
Date of Birth: March 8th
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Alliance: Freelance hero
Canon or Original?: Original
"Victory is MINE Baldy!
And if you had any hair I'd take that too!"
And if you had any hair I'd take that too!"
Hair: Short straight brown hair that can be either clean cut or ruffled.
Eyes: heavy-lidded grey eyes
Height: Five foot nine inches
Weight: One hundred fifty six pounds
Distinguishing Marks: N/A
Appearance: T.J. in eighteen year old boy of average height who is rather lean and wiry. He has heavy-lidded eyes that are a dark misty, mysterious yet optimistic grey. There’s always light in them and despite being grey are rather warm and comforting at times. They easily show his emotions which is partially why is usually such a terrible liar as you can almost always tell by looking in his eyes. T.J. usually sticks to t-shirts, jeans and the occasional jacket. He also has a few blazers and suits for the rare occasion he has to dress formally.
Face Claim: Anton Yelchin
"I’m not interested in making new friends,
I don’t even like the ones I have”
I don’t even like the ones I have”
Likes: T.J. is first and foremost a nerd. He loves nerdy things. He likes science a lot. He loves Star Wars and has a thing for eighties movies like 'The Breakfast Club' and 'St. Elmo's Fire'. He also loves to help others. He also loves hope and is a very helpful person. He also loves heroes and is a bit of a hero-worshipper, his own hero being Spiderman. He also loves listening to music and tends to like classics like Steve Wonder, the Beatles and the Eagles, though also loves instrumental and could listen to the John Williams Orchestra for hours if he had the time. He also likes some Irish drinking and some Irish folk music (The Thatcher Song, performed by Belfast Busker, for instance). T.J. also loves books. His favorite books are the Harry Potter books (his favorite characters being Fred and George). He also likes humor, especially witty humor. T.J. also loves video games, including classic old games like the original Super Mario Bros. and the Legend of Zelda and the Ocarina of time. He also loves Guitar Hero and will kick your ass at it, he doesn't care if you're Eric Clapton . . . nobody beats him at Guitar Hero. He also has musical talent in real life as he knows how to play the guitar decently. He also likes playing basketball. T.J. also is always up for a good intellectual conversation. T.J. enjoys deep conversation and just having some fun with his friends. Being the one people can count on. Being the one they can confide anything in. It's something he treasures. He also loves cars, specifically his 1969 convertible camaro he inherited from his deceased Grandfather. T.J.'s also fond of billiards and darts and owns both himself. He also loves to write and loves art, which he isn't too bad at. He also loves physics and bowling. T.J. loves all kinds of science and has an incredible understanding of fields of science. He particularly loves biology and physics. Despite being a rather good kid he does drink, his drink of choice being Irish Mist. T.J. has a particular liking for sight seeing. Despite his problems with his family and his friends he does love them and they are the most important thing in the world to him. He also loves comic books, his favorite being The Walking Dead. He loves Sherlock Holmes and Watson. He also has a particular love for british television as well as comedy movies. His favorite shows are Elementary, Doc Martin, The Walking Dead, The Big Bang Theory and Family Guy. T.J. also likes Muay Thai which he is adept in. He loves to talk about video games as well as pop culture. The metric system or SI system.
Dislikes: There are very few things that T.J. hates and one of those few things is tequila. He hates it and thinks it tastes rancid. He also doesn’t like drugs and has never taken any though he can’t stand the smell of weed which he knows well being that many of the kids at his high school have taken a liking to it. T.J. dislikes heavy metal. He has a distaste for excessive cursing as well as hypocrites. He despises having to lie as the guilt tends to eat at him a lot. He also dislikes being bullied or being used. He doesn’t like being tricked at all and he hates to feel stupid. T.J. has a certain disdain for television as he finds it’s mostly garbage and trash. T.J. can't stand being unable to help someone and when he feels that way he tries even harder. Feeling helpless is something he hates. Being kept in the dark about something, especially if it involves or affects him, is something that T.J. has always been extremely annoyed by, at least if they don't have a legitimate reason for it. Feeling stupid or the moment when he realizes he's made a mistake. How he doesn't understand girls. Being made fun of and being bullied or watching it happen to anybody really. Being talked down to. Extremely pretentious people. T.J. also doesn't much like watching sports. He finds it very boring. He also cannot stand techno music. Not one bit. T.J. also hates it when people fight or argue around him. He doesn't like instability and doesn't like change unless it is, in his opinion, for the better. T.J. also doesn't much like villains.
Personality: T.J. is a nice guy at heart. Unfortunately he is also generally geeky and somewhat clumsy. He is a smart-aleck teenager with a lightning-fast wit and a sarcastic and deadpan humor. He has often been picked on for his slight stature throughout his life which drove him to take Muay Thai classes with his friend Charlie. T.J. is also a bit of a push over and doesn’t stick up for himself often. T.J. is an uncommonly kind person who has a way of seeing the beauty in others even, and perhaps most especially, when that person cannot see it in themselves. He is a shy and socially awkward guy which is why he had trouble making friends growing up. Also being a geek and loving things like Star Wars and science didn’t help much. He grew up with a helicopter parent mother who was over-protective of him and an authoritarian father who was always rather disappointed his son wasn’t into sports, like he was when he played football in high school and college. T.J. always felt his mother was too overprotective and that his father viewed him as a failure and was too strict. However, this didn’t effect that family has always been the most important thing to him. T.J. is usually very supportive of his friends and is generally a very trusting person which unfortunately other people tend to take advantage of. T.J. is the ultimate optimist. He always believes in the good in others and has a way of bringing out the good in the people around him. T.J. is very modest, compassionate, hard working and infinitely fair-minded. He also happens to be very imaginative and is filled with creativity and originality. This is the kid from school who basically day dreamed half the time and still got 90’s and 100’s on the tests. This kid isn’t just original, creative and smart though. He takes it to another level. This is a guy who built a freaking tesla coil in his backyard because he got bored. Despite being the good person he is, T.J. does have his share of problems. He isn’t perfect. For one he doesn’t really understand girls which is a huge hindrance for him and always has been. He is also very shy and awkward as well as clumsy. T.J. has also let other people walk all over him throughout his life and has been easily intimidated by his father. T.J. also drinks recreationally with his friends from time to time, his choice of alcohol being Irish Mist. He also feels inferior to those around him. He has always felt inferior to his older siblings whom his father always seemed to like more and has a strong desire to prove that he is not some wall-flower or loser to his father which has gotten him in trouble before.
T.J. also has a bit of bad boy in him under everything else. This is shown in his love for cars and vehicles and his desire to one day own a motorcycle. As well as his ‘bucket list’ which includes flying, traveling the world, going to space and driving on the Autobahn in Germany and Route 66 respectively. However, this side of him doesn’t often get much of a chance to shine. Although T.J. doesn’t easily get annoyed or aggravated or seek revenge, there are the special occasions in which he does seek revenge. Such as when his friends dined and dashed leaving him alone and with only enough money for himself and he later made them brownies which, unbeknownst to his friends, he had made with a ton of laxatives. He’ll never forget watching them scrambling for the bathroom. It was just hilarious. In this way, he does have a bit of a dark sense of humor hidden under his usually sarcastic, witty and dead-pan humor. Although he is generally submissive and passive aggressive to people like his father and doesn’t often stand up for himself, on some occasions T.J can show a surprising amount of spine when necessary. When incensed enough he will stand up to almost anyone, even his father, at which moments he can be surprisingly eloquent. He stood up for his friend against his father when his father claimed his friend was a good for nothing piece of crap. He also stood up to his dad’s bosses son and even punched him in the face for insulting his family and told him his father was going to laid off. He even stood up to his father when his father saw his older sister for what she was as she was quite the whore. He also stood up to both his parents when they wanted a divorce and made them reconcile and remember why they loved each other in the first place. T.J. is deep and can be philosophical at times. He loves to help people and is infinitely hopeful. He never gives up hope, for himself or for others. He believes in the best in others and unfortunately this naivety makes it rather easy to trick him. When it comes to being a Blue Lantern, T.J. is filled with pride and hope. He wants to be the best Blue Lantern he can be and shows an inner courage he rarely ever shows. He is willing to die as a hero and wishes to do whatever he can to help. He shows an incredible amount of spine as a lantern and doesn’t let any villains walk all over him. He is less nervous and tends to have more courage and a lot of bravery. And T.J. is quite an unusual Lantern due to his incredible creativity and imagination. I mean c’mon, there’s nothing cool about convention, it’s much more fun to make your life your own invention and he lives by that statement. This is probably the only Lantern you’ll see conjuring up a giant Ronald McDonald replica out of blue energy to combat his enemies. Or a giant blue Manticore or Hydra or even creatures of his own imagination. Or other people’s. He’s been dying to create a blue energy Pikachu. I mean how freaked out would the enemies be if they saw a giant Ronald McDonald as tall as a skyscraper just swaggering towards them? He’d be sitting in it’s hand like Nike stands on Athena’s. Wearing the Blue Power Ring makes him feel a lot more confident and he’d do a lot of things he might be more hesitant to do without it. However, he still tends to be a ‘think before you jump’ type of person even with his ring and tends to think before he acts and develop plans rather than just jump in head first with no idea as to what he’s going to do.
"With great power comes great responsibility"
Blue Energy Conduit: T.J.’s power ring uses blue energy from a power battery which takes the form of blue light. The blue energy of hope has an infallible connection to the universe. Hope is the most powerful light and as such the universe speaks through it. A blue power ring is one of the most powerful weapons in the universe and has the ability to affect and use the fundamental forces of the universe, including electromagnetic energies such as gravity, radiation, heat, light and powerful blasts of concussive force. It is capable of creating fields of force formed from an unknown energy bound by the users’ will. The limitations is up to the skill, knowledge and imagination of the user.
Blue Energy Blasts: The power ring can fire blasts of blue energy or create weapons such as projectiles of them. The ring can project beams of force powered by the will of the user. The weapons power is more an indication of the hope of the user.
Force Field: The ring can create forcefields of various sizes and shapes to protect the wearer and others around him. The ring itself is designed for operation in space. The ring envelops a forcefield around the wearer, protecting him from the hazards of space including everything from filtration of stellar radiation to microscopic particulate matter which would ordinarily be fatal should space debris strike the wielder at high speeds. An appropriate atmosphere is created inside the forcefield suited and tailored to the wearers biology in which body temperature is maintained and waste products are removed. Gravitational stresses which could cause injury are stabilized. Theoretically, the ring wielder could use his ring as a sole source of life support.
Energy Constructs: Constructs of blue energy only limited in form by the wielders own skill and imagination, are created with the ring. Unlike a Green Lantern Power Ring, the primary function of the Blue Power Ring will manifest its constructs in response to the constructs in response to the target’s specific psychosis. The power literally soothes the target based upon his/her hopes. In this way, the ring can remove the corruptible influence of the red flame of rage by infusing hope. Otherwise, the ring is a weapon capable of transforming the ring wielders thoughts into physical constructs through the wearers mastery of hope. A Blue Lantern can create any particular items or constructs that they can imagine as long as they have the mastery of hope necessary to conjure it into existence.
Hope Empowerment: Blue Power Rings are unique in that its base power, hope, can be manipulated by the ring wielder. Being in direct range of the emotional aura of a Blue Lantern allows them to charge an outer power reserve; in other words, by the sheer hope of the ring user, its power will remain constant. The empowerment extends to even the stellar reactions of stars, allowing the Lantern to reverse the age of a dying star to that of a relatively newborn star. Solely powered by the hope of the population that relied on it, in turn empowering the Blue Lantern who then collects and uses it for the purpose of transformation. The ability bypasses the need for ring energy expenditure.
Fear Depletion: Fear is the belief of imminent failure, whereas hope is the belief in imminent success. Because of this, Blue Lantern Rings are capable of depleting the energy of Qwardian (Yellow) Power Rings.
Avarice Immunity: A blue power ring is not vulnerable to the Orange Lantern Corps’ tactic of draining energy from other Corps’ rings. This is because while Avarice erodes Will, it can’t consume Hope, thus rendering Avarice useless against Hope.
Rage Removal: Should one be consumed by the red light of rage, a vision of the targets greatest hope can be created by a blue ring calming and healing them. The process is part spiritual and part medical as the infected go through a cellular cleansing while the spiritual levels are analyzed and antitoxins are then administrated. Once the spiritual connection is connected and the blood production begins to increase, the end result releases those consumed/infected by the red light of rage.
Flight: By manipulating anti-gravitons and directing molecular movement, the ring allows T.J. the ability to fly at incredible speeds.
Wormholes and Spacial Warps: Power Rings grant the user access to wormholes in space, allowing them to rapidly cut time and distance needed for transportation. Even black holes may be navigated by experienced ring users, though T.J. is not at that level yet.
Limited Cellular Regeneration: The Blue Power Ring has the ability to heal physical energies, thus enabling Blue Lanterns to heal themselves or others.
Electromagnetic Scanning: The Ring provides a wide range of detection abilities based and limited to the imagination of the user. If one can conceive it, they can detect it. Magical effects like clairvoyance are the most difficult for the power ring. All electromagnetic phenomena are within capability of the ring such as radio, television, infrared, ultraviolet and high frequency band communications.
Universal Translator: Due to the large amount of worlds, life forms, and cultures throughout the universe, the Blue Power Ring possesses a universal translation system.
Material Alteration: T.J.’s uniform, as well as all Lanterns uniforms, is not made out of fabric. Rather, it is created by the Power Ring whenever the wearer uses it. It automatically appears over the users normal clothing and vanishes when the wielder wishes to return to his normal clothing. Uniforms are programmed into the ring which is why many Blue Lanterns wear similar uniforms, however, Blue Lanterns may adjust their uniform to their hearts desire.
Weapons Blue Power Ring
Strengths/Abilities: Hope, adept at Muay Thai, very smart, sapient in mechanics and science particularly biology and physics (his competence and sapience in the fields of science and technology is good enough to have gotten him accepted to MIT), well read, good at writing and art, decent at guitar and helpful. Compassionate, fair-minded, seeing the good in others and bringing out the best in people.
Weaknesses: Nervousness, awkward, normal teenage urges from drinking to girls, socially inept due to nervousness and awkwardness, feels distraught due to family, lack of spine, somewhat naive when it comes to others due to his constant belief in the best in other people and no sense when it comes to girls. Hero complex as he can’t stand not being able to do something. If he can do something, he has to do it and he will try to do more than he can handle. If he can’t do something he can’t accept that and will push his boundaries and limits trying to help and he will step over lines he ought not to be crossing. He lets other people walk all over him sometimes, socially awkward, he also feels inferior to others, too compassionate and too trusting. His own strengths can be turned against him. His kind, caring, trusting and optimistic personality can be used against him. Should one befriend him under false pretenses he might not believe when you turn against him and his hesitance could cost him his or others lives.
"All it takes is one bad day to reduce
the sanest man alive to lunacy,"
the sanest man alive to lunacy,"
History: T.J. was the third born child and second son of Molly and Jack Carson, though it was certainly unplanned as his parents were already in their late thirties and his older sister, Joy, was ten and his older brother, Robert, was thirteen. His mother was a helicopter parent who didn’t want her ‘little baby boy’ to do anything dangerous, while his father was a strict authoritarian, war veteran and police officer who had a habit of referring to him as ‘dumbass’ or ‘boy’ and had a hard time expressing caring or sentimental emotions as he thought it was unmanly. T.J. grew up in his older siblings shadow. Joy was very smart, good-looking, popular, did so well in school that she was accepted to Columbia University to become a lawyer. Robert had a decent intelligence, though nothing special, however, he had prodigious football skills and went on to play college football and was by all means everything his father believed a ‘man’ should be. Atop that he was crazy popular, good-looking and got all the girls growing up. They were both legends at his school and he was expected to be better than both of them. While his intelligence outweighed both of them combined, he was very socially inept and didn’t get along well with other children and was constantly bullied growing up. Because of all the put downs growing up he is very modest of his own talents and feels rather inferior to those around him. His brother wasn’t mean to him, but he was rather selfish, meanwhile his sister was not only a harlot, but she was also manipulative, mean, bossy and constantly bullied and pushed around her little brother well into his teens. Of course, his father loved his baby girl and was always oblivious to the fact she was a whore as well as a bossy, manipulative bitch. From early on T.J. showed little interest in sports much to the chagrin of his father. Rather than play t-ball, the young T.J. was more entwined with simple experiments that also angered his father. Such as his Coke and Mentos experiment that his father, whom had ignored him early when he warned everyone not to touch the soda, took the soda and opened it leading to the one of the largest and most hilarious Coke Bombs in history. Of course, his father wasn't please at all. Nor was he pleased when he dropped out of t-ball when he was four. T.J. didn’t much care for sports growing up. He was much more interested in science, reading, video games and music. When his father wasn’t forcing him to play baseball or football, T.J. could always be found reading books, playing video games, drawing or listening to music. Growing up, T.J. had trouble making friends and was an introvert. He didn't get along with the other kids who generally bullied him. He developed a close relationship with his grandfather on his father's side. it seemed that the one thing all Carson men had in common was their love for cars. Indeed, even from a young age, he was fascinated with them and spent many long hours and weekends in his Grandfather's garage helping him with mechanics and talking with his grandfather. He showed a talent for art at young age and spent a lot of time drawing and even at times making comic books of his own. He often day dreamed of having powers and being a hero. When he was eight years old Spider-man debuted in public in the New York City area and young T.J. followed the heroes epics avidly.
At the age of eight, T.J. made his first friend in a boy named Charlie. They were on the same little league team and both were forced to go on it by their fathers. Charlie was a rather talented and smart boy, however he suffered from a chronic big mouth and a severe lack of interest about absolutely everything other than wreaking havoc and messing with people. Charlie, despite being smart, had terrible grades in school because literally the effort of putting pen to paper wasn’t worth his time in his head. Charlie had been getting drum lessons from his older brother Jeremy and it was through Charlie that T.J. began playing guitar. He was absolutely horrible at first, however, he got better as he went along. His father hated that blasted guitar, but his mother loved it. His father always seemed to over-exaggerate and exclaim how he didn’t want his son to grow up to be some weed smoking, cocaine snorting good for nothing who stood at Grand Central Station playing the guitar for pocket change. His father blamed his lack of interest in sports on the guitar and constantly stated his belief that it got in the way of his school work, sports and chores. T.J.’s dad always disdained Charlie whom he believed was a lazy, layabout, good for nothing brat who had absolutely no discipline and in return Charlie always thought Jack was an old, washed-up, wound up tight, old man trying to live vicariously through his son. Jack had always viewed Charlie as a bad influence on his son and was quick to blame Charlie for things as well as try to forbid his son to see Charlie. T.J.'s continuing affiliation and friendship with Charlie was his first and earliest show of disobedience and courage. Of course, he was still terrified of his father and Charlie was a bad influence on him. When T.J. was twelve he made his own bucket list which included things like traveling the world, riding on the Autobahn and Route 66 and flying. His dream of flying was possibly his father's favorite point of his sons head being caught up in the clouds and he was constantly told it wasn't possible and he'd never be able to fly. When T.J. was thirteen he did a rather big project of his own in which he built a tesla coil in the back yard, much to the chagrin of his father. Over the years, he would build various things in the backyard and in his room just for the fun of it. Throughout middle school he was bullied by a larger student named Chris. Chris' dad was a police officer who worked with T.J.’s father in the police force and their parents were somewhat rivals and they mostly lived out this rivalry through their children. Chris was unfortunately treated rather harshly by his father who was abusive towards both his son and his wife. Tony took out his anger on T.J. and often took pleasure in acts of bullying around the school. Though T.J. tended to be his favorite victim.
T.J. spent much of his middle school days terrified of Chris, though Charlie, whom had a bigger mouth than anyone he had ever met, often called Chris out for things he did and got in fights with him. Of course, he didn't stand a chance. Everyone in the school loved Chris. He was good looking, a prodigious football star not unlike his own brother Robert and was charming enough to talk himself out of almost any situation. Even back then Chris was a chick magnet and a player. It was in the sixth grade that T.J. met his second friend, a girl named Kayla. She stuck up for him against Chris who had a habit of constantly hitting on Kayla, though she wasn’t interested due to his womanizing and bullying ways. It wasn’t until eighth grade that T.J. reconciled with Chris when T.J. witnessed his father hit him for losing a football game. T.J. and Chris bonded over the fact that their fathers were both authoritarians who were rather hard on their children. They became close friends much to the chagrin of Charlie and Kayla. Kayla would grow to except the friendship over some time, but Charlie wouldn’t consider Chris a friend until the summer before tenth grade. High School was a very confusing time for T.J., but at least he had his friends to help him. His three best friends made many attempts to get him out of his shell and they often worked. From making him go to parties to Charlie coaxing him to help him spray paint around the city to Chris or Kayla setting him up on a few blind dates, though he didn’t really stay with a girl for long. His longest relationship was only two weeks. It was just hard to find anyone with his interests. During high school he was expected to either be like his older sister or his older brother, but he wasn’t either. He was horrible at football (which his father made him try out for) and he didn’t live up to either of their popularity statuses. He wasn’t constantly getting with girls like his sister did with men when she was in high school as she is quite the harlot. In the tenth grade his grandfather, whom T.J. was closest with in the family and even worked as a junior mechanic in his garage, died and left his most precious item, his 1969 convertible camaro, to T.J. in his will. The death hit him hard, but he had his friends and (most) of his family comforting him. The car became his most precious item and became the gangs main way of transportation. It was also around this time that his sister got in trouble for sleeping with a client and his father flipped out on her, voicing his new opinion that she was disgrace to their family and that he was disgusted and ashamed of her. T.J. would never quite know why as his sister had always been mean to him, but he had stuck up for her against his father telling him that it wouldn’t matter if she was a domestic terrorist, it wouldn’t change the fact that she’s family. It wasn’t much longer after this that his parents fighting kept getting worse and worse to the point that they decided they would get a divorce. T.J. went all out doing anything he could to prevent this until eventually he got them to remember why they fell in love to begin with and they ultimately decided to work it out and get marriage counseling. In the eleventh grade he had to endure the annoyance of a boy named Anthony whose father was the boss of his father. T.J. was told he had to avoid any problems with the boy as if he didn’t he might ruin his father’s chances at a promotion. Anthony used this as leverage to treat T.J. like garbage and insult his family and friends. Eventually he got in a huge argument with T.J. ending with T.J. punching him across the face. In the end his father was able to keep his job though at least. T.J. had expected him to be mad at him, but much to his surprise his father had never been more proud of him saying he had the famous ‘Carson rage’. During high school, T.J. came out of his shell a lot more. He joined the chess team, the debate team and even participated in a robot death match in an alleyway with a robot he built(and won the death match).
Senior year has been a roller coaster for T.J. indeed. First there were college applications which sucked. Then he had to go job hunting as he couldn’t work at his grandfathers garage anymore, which also sucked. Then there was the fact he was getting increasingly bored with school due to the courses being below his level which also sucked. His work on the string theory met a dead end which meant it was back to the drawing bored which, once again, sucked. Then there was Charlie growing more and more distant which sucked. Then there was the fact that Kayla and Chris broke up after a year of dating which absolutely crushed Chris and left him depressed in bed while it left Kayla in tears as well and that sucked and it was equally sucked that he was expected to choose between his friends. Then there was the news that he was going to be Valedictorian which sucked because it made him more nervous and more stressed out, though it was pretty cool. Then there was the fact that Chris injured his leg and went further down the line of prospects for football scholarships as they believed he might have not only hurt his leg but blown his arm as well. But the worse thing to happen in his senior year was when Chris’ dad beat him senseless after he got out of the hospital which subsequently put him back in the hospital. Then there was when he got out once again after football season was over and began drinking Jack Daniels constantly. T.J. of course was discontent with it all and did his best to be there for his friends and try to bring them all together again and never let up hope. He was a beacon for three of them. Chris lost his father when he ran away and his father drove under the influence of alcohol after his son. Chris didn’t find out until the next day that his father died. He had ran away to T.J.’s house and T.J., with the help of his mother convincing his father, got permission to have him stay with them. Chris tried to hide his sadness of his father’s death because he had always hated the man so to feel horrible about his death just seemed so irrational. He went to the funeral and scoffed at the eulogy when they called him a caring and loving husband and father. T.J. attempted to stop his friend from, but was unable to as Chris made his way, drunk, to the front and began saying some rather terrible things about his father. T.J. was there for Chris after the death, but he seemed to push him away, especially after his MIT acceptance letter came. It was soon after that that T.J.’s father kicked Chris out for stealing his money for alcohol. T.J. and his father had their biggest falling out with T.J. telling his father he was disappointed in him before leaving and searching for his friend. He didn’t find him until two days later on the brooklyn bridge when he was trying to commit suicide. T.J. eventually convinced him not to and to go to rehab. A blue lantern was surprised by the amount of hope that came constantly from T.J. that was power enough to bring someone from a point of about to commit suicide to a point in which he agreed to go to rehab and get clean. He approached T.J. the next day while he was on his way to visit Chris and brought him to the Blue Lantern Corps head quarters on Odym why he underwent tests to see if he was blue lantern material as well as training with the ring after it. He wouldn’t return to Earth for a full week. In fact he’s only just arrived on Earth. The blue lanterns told him that he was to be the symbol of hope that the two universes would be able to coexist harmoniously being that he was from the other universe yet taking up a position from the other universe.
"Next time guys, we should just
rebuild this place outta Lego."
rebuild this place outta Lego."
No length requirement, just give us the best that you've got.
"I'm through talking, get out of my cave,"
Your name/alias: T.K.
Timezone: Eastern Standard
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