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Caelia Blackthorn is a Shadowhunter who resides at the London Institute.

BiographyEdit

Early LifeEdit

The Mortal WarEdit

The Dark WarEdit

Cold PeaceEdit

Physical DescriptionEdit

Caelia is described as a beautiful young woman of average height. She has the Blackthorns' signature dark brown hair, that falls close to her waist, and blue-green eyes.

While off duty, Caelia normally wears long sleeve shirts under a jacket or sweater with dark jeans and brown boots (though sometimes she wears normal shoes).

Skills and AbilitiesEdit

  • Nephilim physiology: Being Nephilim, Caelia possesses a variety of enhanced physical and mental abilities granted to her by the angel blood of Raziel in her veins and also by the angelic Marks of the Gray Book. This includes enhanced strength, speed, agility, stamina, and coordination, which continue to improve over time and practice.
    • The Sight: As a Shadowhunter, Caelia is naturally and easily able to see through most magical illusions and layers of glamour over reality.
    • Runic magic: Due to the angel blood in their veins, all Shadowhunters are able to apply runes on their skin without any real danger. These Marks, in turn, give varied effects that serve to benefit the wearer.
    • Use of heavenly weapons: As a Shadowhunter, Caelia is also able to perform tasks unique to their species, such as the ability to use and call on the power of angels for their seraph blades, as well as to handle any heavenly weapons or objects with effect, which would normally not work for other species. In particular, these are tools made of adamas and forged by Iron Sisters.
  • Expert combatant: Caelia is highly skilled in armed and unarmed combat.

PossessionsEdit

  • Basic Shadowhunter gear, including: a Sensor, steles, seraph blades, and witchlight.

RelationshipsEdit

RomanceEdit

FriendsEdit

FamilyEdit

EtymologyEdit

Caelia is the feminine form of Caelius which is an ancient Roman nomen derived from Latin caelum meaning "heaven".

TriviaEdit