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"Where do I stand? To the left where nothing is right or the right where nothing is left?"
Last Stardust - Blood Stain Child
The Way of the Embodied Dragon
Aware and Awake
Feel No Fear
ボス スサノオ HAKAISHIN 高音質
MARCH ON, They say this life can be like hell
Welcome to my evolution ~Make it last Forever~
IGN: Zane Kisaragi
Name: Hyde Hyoshiro-Joyner
Alias: The Last Stardust, Dreadlord
Main Clan: Aqua Force (The Frozen Origin)
Secondary Clan: Undecided
Generation: New Generation
Avatar Card: True Blue Frost Dragon, Mystozan
Personality: Hyde has a very serious yet easy-going personality. He'll approach anything with confidence, facing any hardship with his head held high into the sky. There is never a shred of doubt in his gentle soul, always believing in hope and for the future. However, he can come off as very pretentious and cocky or even become uninterested and losing focus on the objective. Even his master, agrees that this is a major downfall for young Hyde, and that he must quickly grow out of. He is often seen sleeping a lot or lost in deep thought. When he is upset, he becomes distant from people, find solitude as his only salvation and when angered becomes very cold-hearted. Though overall, Hyde has a lot of potential in addition to a lot of growing up, to do.
- Hyde Joyner was born into a prestigious Joyner family. He had it all: fame, fortune, fashion, accessories, and more. One could say he even held the future in his hand. When he was 9 years old, reality began to settle with him: his fortune would soon run out, all of the money, the accessories, everything: was gone in a blink of an eye. His family, now poor, resorted to thievery and gambling just to survive, and of course, Hyde had to participate in it as well. This was now his life, or would be for the next six years, to which he learned: it's a cold world on the outside. Constant arguments amongst his parents, over who was to blame for their fall from grace, and lamenting in regret, they began to take their frustrations out on Hyde. "Why are you worthless!?!??" from Mom "You're just a leech, a parasite, a fucking parasite!" from Dad. He was forced to endure it out and continue helping them survive off of each other. Again he learned: it's a cold world both on the outside and on the inside.
Hyde would occasionally spend time at the arcade to get away from his parents. He would see kids and adults playing cards around a construction site. He wanted to partake but with no cards of his own, he could only sit back and learn the games that they played. At 15, Hyde desperately struggled with this anxiety of leaving his parents behind and trying to find a future for himself. Every attempt was thwarted by the tyrants and was sold away for their own benefit. At one final robbery, they broke into a game store, and swiped money, electronics, and valuables. The alarms tripped and the lights came on. To Hyde, it was all over. His parents began to panic desperately and resorted to fighting within themselves again as the sirens blared louder. Then suddenly they both looked down at their son. Their faces were painted with every immoral thought in the world, followed by a wicked and vicious grin. His mother broke open the glass counter and stuffed his jacket full of cards and his other pockets full of money and off he went. Hyde was thrown outside the shop, by his father, where he was met with high beams. This would be the last time he ever saw or heard from his parents or anything akin to a family. The police threw him in the back of a cruiser and he stayed for what he thought would be forever. He was released after 48 hours from the police station after he realized his parents had soon forgotten about their only son. Hyde stepped out hungry, penniless, betrayed, lost, lonely, face plastered all over the news and papers. He walked the streets past the scene of the crime, reliving the experience. He thought maybe he could find his parents, but why? They ditched him. They didn't care about him. They sold out their one and only son to the police to ensure their survival. To them, he was worthless, except for that one moment. Tears rolled down his face, feeling joy that he was finally useful for something. At this point, he was broken. Even so, he had to keep moving forward. Free from his parents grasp, Hyde finally gained a right to decide his own future, except for being in this town.
He snuck on a boarding train and hid from the conductors, hoping to get to the next town undetected. Hyde still retained his skills of pick-pocketing people without their detection. He continued to pick from anyone that walked by him. Walking up was a very luxurious man in his 20s eating a bag of chips, who would become the next target of Hyde's pocket picking. He just needed a wallet or a wad of cash, credit cards, something, anything! Hyde sank his fingers into the mans coat and for a split second, and picked a small rectangular box. As he was about to turn away with the object, he bumped into another man, falling to the floor. The item fell too and scattered about cards on the floor. "These cards... they look like..." Suddenly he was approached by the man who bumped into him, and had accused him of pick-pocketing. He was patted down by security to reveal numerous wallets, cards, coins, and other valuables in his pockets. It was over, again. He really was good for nothing.
"Hey uhhh... those cards... on the ground. Those are mine." Hyde looked up to see a man with long blonde and black hair down to his back, towering him like some divine presence. He realized, this man was the last one he tried to rob from, just before he flopped. "This boy was just returning them along with the rest of the items that were found on him. He's not a pick-pocket...er?"
What? Why is he... covering for...Hyde? He doesn't even know Hyde. So why? He just got his cards knocked down if not stolen by Hyde, he should be turning him in, not saving him. What gives!? The authorities proceeded to tell the man who Hyde was and what he was convicted of recently but was stopped by the man's lack of interest.
"Besides he's with me anyways, I came to meet him." Seriously?! Again with the lying?! If he's caught, he could be busted too! What the fuck is really going on? The securities believed the man's charismatic smile and let Hyde go. Hyde dusted himself off and looked at the man with anger. "Guess you're indebted to me~" he said while continuing to eat his chips and walking out of the station. "Better pick up the pace or else you'll be left behind, kid." Hyde ran after his savior, if he can really be called that. "Save your questions til we're out of public, kid." This guy... was really starting to piss Hyde off even more but he was sort of relieved that he was saved, that someone out there was kind enough to save a worthless being like him.
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