Jonathan Marcus Revis
The Twyllite Rebellion
God Has Given
Average height, lean.
Light brown, cool undertones, very freckled.
Somewhere between curly and wavy, it's a bit shaggy in length.
- Takes a bullet to the arm while doing recon. Luckily it's barely a graze, and he's more or less fine.
- During the standoff at the docks, Jon has the bad luck to be standing too close to one of the powdercans that's triggered by a stray shot. The resulting explosion sends him flying a few feet and injuring his wrist, as well as a bad concussion, a cut across the side of his head, and several abrasions to his cheek and hand where he hit the ground.
Faint scar across his left cheekbone from his father throwing a beer bottle at him. It missed, but the resulting glass shards cut his face.
Jon is a very kind and generous person. He is willing to sacrifice himself for his friends, and is very reckless, especially in battle, mainly due to his intense loyalty to the cause. He sometimes struggles with finding an identity outside of "the guy who's sister died for the rebellion" and outside of the rebellion in general, especially as the war goes on. Whenis killed, Jon's entire worldview is forced to shift; although he knew the stakes before due to his sister's death, the relative ease with which the rebellion had been progressing at that point is shattered. His previous naivety and optimism all but vanish as he struggles to rebuild both the rebellion and his life after losing a friend. He also begins to deal more head-on with his slight inferiority complex; he already struggled with feeling like he could never live up to his sister's legacy, and in the wake of Oliver's death he begins to obsess over his belief that if he had just been faster, stronger, better, he could have saved Oliver.
Uses hand motions fairly frequently (which tends to annoy his uncle, since Jon doesn't always pay attention to what he's holding and he works as a waiter). Resting expression is a small smile.
Sketching, inspiring others. A very good person to talk to if you're upset, because he'll listen without judgement and offer a shoulder to cry on.
To make a better world and to avenge his late sister,
Sketching, bartending, planning a civilian uprising.
Reckless, shortsighted, a bit of a doormat when he arrived in the main city but he grows out of it. A bit clumsy and not the best at focusing and staying serious. Optimistic to the point of assuming the best in most things, which can be bad. Falls into depression and cynicism whenis killed, which shatters his worldview. Deals with a slight inferiority complex, especially after Oliver's death; he obsesses over thinking that if he had just been stronger or better or faster he could have saved him.
He is against many members of Victory Court (the wealthy section of Twyllo) and the Duchess's personal staff.
The second and youngest child of David and Lucia Revis, Jon grew up on a farm outside of the capital city but inwards from the river that serves as a border between Creston and Twyllo. His sisterwent off to school in the city to train for a government position, but Jon was never sent. He was homeschooled by his mother until she died in a farming accident when he was thirteen, and he taught himself from that point onward. Emily would return home for summers, now with her boyfriend , who Jon developed a very persistent crush on. When he was sixteen, Emily was caught during a raid on a rebel meeting, and executed for treason. His father, already reeling from his wife's death, began to drink heavily and neglect his son. Jon left to live with his uncle in the city at age seventeen, where he joined the rebellion.
David and Lucia Revis
Marcus Revis could be considered his guardian
Art credit to the Adrisona maker Picrew by Adriabun