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The God of Fear

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Jean Sienkowski

on 15 November 2013

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Transcript of The God of Fear

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
The God of
Alex Bognar
My God's Name
My God is Braikon (BRIE-ken, BRIE-con)
Braikon's Attribute
Braikon is the God of Fear, which is very common in our lives and everyone elses. As long as there is fear, there will be Briakon.
Braikon's symbol is a big, menacing eye.
Braikon is a son of Nyx, the goddess of night (Artemis is the goddess of the moon, the forest, and the hunt). He was born, like Athena, full grown, but was formed by Nyx. She Used the fear of everyone to fuel her creation, which manifested into the shape of Braikon. Apoticicano is his brother and friend.
Strengths and
Braikon is a god of fear, so you can guess that his strong point is fear. Where there is fear, there is Braikon. He can pop out of nowhere as long as fear is in the air. However, Braikon does not like bravery, courage, or other antonyms of fear. They do not weaken him, they just reduce the power he has over his opponent, because everyone is afraid of something.
Braikon's Facts
(Well, technically, fear has no facts, but...)
Even fear has an animal. Braikon's sacred
animal is the vampire bat. Braikon has no weapon; he just needs his eyes. If he looks
into the eyes of his opponent, or if they look
into his eyes, they will see their greatest fear
come true, but only in there eyes, when really nothing is happening, giving Braikon time
to gloat before he finishes the job. Also, if Braikon gets hurt, he can draw fear from every living or non-living soul to heal himself or power up, making him near invincible.
Braikon's Rule
Why should Zeus, lord of the sky, get to
have the joy of ruling Olympus, when eventually, people will not be affected by lightning anymore due to the endless amount of scientists in the world? That is why Braikon should rule, because unlike lightning, a redirectable source, fear will always exist as an enemy, because no matter what you do, you are always afraid of something, and as long as someone or something somewhere is afraid, then Braikon shall live on.

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