No one really knows for sure what makes an evil person. Some would say
the environment that which they are subject to during development. Others
would say that true evil is born into them. One in a hundred humans are
born with no emotions, but does that make them evil? Some defining moments
of Khiothas, like when he was eight, playing king of the hill with all the
other children near his age. Ambling to be king and wrestling with a girl
just a bit older he lost his footing and tumbled down the dirt hill.
Smashing his forehead on an ill placed rock on the way down, separating his
eyebrow down the middle of his left eye, Khiotha was scorned mercilessly for
being bested by a girl and ostracized by all the other children. Blood
streaming down his face and mixing with his tears he ran until he found a
dark hole to crawl into. Angry and hurt, alone he tapped into something.
He had no idea to what he was doing though. Curing his serious wound,
purely by his profound hatred, emanating from his very being. Almost
completely erasing the savage gash altogether. Though the wound
disappeared, the ridicule did not. Now was this an act of environment,
making a young boys life much more difficult in a social world or was it
simply awakening his evil nature that was there all along. The connection
with the dark one long engrained in his soul.
Standing a little over six feet tall Khiotha's head is held high, posture
erect and rigid. Bright and fiery red hair cropped short almost seems to
glow on top of his head. Slightly crooked teeth shine through a very sly
smile, showing slightly yellowed teeth. Brilliant eyes stare out from light
brown eyebrows, perfectly shaped. Hazel in color, a light greyish green
background accenting a vibrant gold sun shining around the pupil, his orbs
to which he views the world shine with wisdom beyond the package containing
them. Khiotha's shoulders are square and tense, not heavily muscled but
toned and riddled with veins flowing down into proportionate forearms and
hands. His torso is where his height comes from giving his overall
appearance a lopsided look, though he holds a thin physique throughout.
Fitness, born of, good genes, not that of hard work. It only works on the