“I will find my way, I can go the distance.” “Haven’t you ever had a dream? Something you wanted so bad you’d do anything?”
Henry Dios ♢ Hercules ♢ Eighteen ♢ Student ♢ GOOD
Growing up with his grandparents, Henry always felt different; like he had something to prove, a weight on his shoulders, which none of the other children seemed to bear, one which would be too heavy for them in the first place. Yet, little Henry, seemed to prove people wrong. Golden hair, pearly whites; he had all the makings of Mr. Popular, the one at the top of the social foodchain, only that wasn’t working out for him. He tried. Tried to be the one everyone wanted to be friends with, the one kids would rush to, to pair up with during gym. However, even with his amazing, nearly superhuman strength, Henry was even then avoided by all. Even his own parents, two business icons, whom had had a bit of an accident; him.
The little, golden boy returned home each day, and voiced his troubles to his grandparents, asking them why he was shunned. Why he wasn’t like the other boys, why he was stronger than them, gaining the nickname “The Hulk” and different.. Henry had been right. He was different, purer of heart, and kinder of soul.. It would take a couple of years to show just how different he was.
Because it turns out, his granddad’s reply had been right: ’Your time will come, my little star. All in time"
At the age of eighteen, those long forgotten, comforting words, had seemingly finally rung truth, for Henry was at the top of the school. The senior year had come to an end with him leading the rugby team to a national victory and bringing back a trophy. Girls everywhere were falling to his feet and guys everywhere wanted to befriend him, be his personal wingman.
Only, highschool had come to an end. The popularity he’d gained over the last few months wouldn’t help him out in the big, bad world and if he couldn’t catch the eye of any scouts, to get sign him to a big time rugby team, he’d prove his parents right. Henry would be a mistake, a failure at life not even worth acknowledging. The world only saw him as a smiling, popular guy who had it all with a a hint of arrogance, and an apparent light in his heart , but the rejection he’d dealt with during his youth had scarred him, leaving its traces up until the point where his feet steadily carried him over the grind path in the woods.
Sweat dripped down his temples as he ran, slowly pushing his muscles to go faster and faster. There was only one goal set in front of his eyes; getting picked up by a scout. Being good enough.
However, when he spotted a girl’s face retreat within the shadows of the bushes, seemingly unfazed by the dazzling smile Henry had thrown her, his pace wavered… There was no girl who could resist him. Not anymore.
Curiously, he neared the spot she’d vanished to, pushing aside the foliage and following the strange, pinkish mist which seemed to lead him deeper and deeper into the woods. He saw flashes of dark brown hair, deep brown eyes and..-His foot got caught behind a big root, his attention only focused on the strange girl running away from him, deeming him unworthy of her presence.
Henry had tumbled to his knees, quickly stabilizing himself to make sure he didn’t make a fool of himself infront of the girl he’d been trying to find. Although, when he looked up, it wasn’t a mysterious girl he found before him, but a looming castle. Henry Dios had found his way to the Wicked World. It was time for the golden boy to shine.
- When he meets Meg for the first time, after being explained what world and which battle he’s found himself in, he’s convinced she’s the reason why he’s here. The one who’d lured him to the Wicked World. Henry doesn’t tell her about his arrival here, but attempts to find out more about her. Why she’s surrounding herself with such shady characters, instead of residing at the castle. Henry fights to show Meg that he’s worth her time and without realizing it, he recognizes the hurt in the girl’s broken heart, and makes it his mission to fix it. He isn’t like other men, after all.
- With the right training (by the fairygodmothers and mentors), Henry will be able to develop super strength, gaining near immortality. The EVIL realize the only way to bring Henry down, is to damage his heart, killing him from the inside out. And they won’t hesitate to use others to do so, surely when the good in Henry’s heart sometimes prevents him from seeing the bad in others.
- Doesn’t get along well with Flynn and Eric, being secretly jealous of the equal amount of attention they seem to get from girls and their arrogance, not even noticing how alike they are.