ooc; Basic information
Name: Hashim Ciel
Eyes: Bright blue/green. Almost teal/cyan. His left eye is much more of a silvery, lighter blue colour.
Hair: Very dark brown.
The god of the sky, war, protection, and often acclaimed King of Egypt, couldn’t stay away from his domain in the heavens for long - not even as a mortal. The first chance he got, at the age of 17, he signed up for the US Air Force and began training to became a pilot. A quick learner, he started service at the age of 25, but was caught in an incident with a roadside bomb in Iraq not a year yet into his service. He now has slightly restricted movement on his left leg and arm [but not so much it is entirely paralysed. He fought harder than that. All it means is his left arm can’t move too fast lest he want to injure it further and walks with a slight limp] and partial blindness in his left eye - meaning he could no longer serve. He is incredibly angry at this because in previous reincarnations that’s all he’s ever done - fight and fly.
His parents [in this reincarnation] were of Saudi Arabian and American descent.
Horus is often depicted as cunning and a good fighter. However, with his injuries, Horus has learnt to depend on his intellect a lot more in this incarnation. With his vast knowledge of the skies, Horus is a skilled navigator and has a heightened sense of direction. Surprisingly, he can also see very well in the dark. Almost as well as he can in light.
It’s not exactly a power, but Horus gets along well with birds. If he’s doing his usual window-washing job, it’s not uncommon to see a few pigeons sitting with him. He also owns a white cockatoo named Rameses. It’s not unlikely for you to hear him say he prefers birds over people.
Now unable to do what he does best, he now works as a window washer. It’s not prestigious and nothing like the power he used to have - but he enjoys it. Plus it’s hanging off the edge of a building several feet off the ground so it’s a darn sight better than sitting behind a desk.
Horus is constantly depicated with the sun in his right eye and the moon in his left - the moon did not shine as bright because Horus’ left eye had been gouged out in conflict [with Set, to be specific]. This has been consistent throughout all his reincarnations, and he isn’t too happy with the fates for making it so.
So much hate between him and Set. Somuch. It’s often said they fought daily to keep their rule over Egypt.
He has a little bit of a saviour complex. He’s relatively good natured and he finds humans endearing. Much like pets.