native heros

The story begins with a person who is an orphan; or someone who feels like an orphan, alone, separate, different, and misunderstood. This character has questions about their circumstance (for example:”Why did my parents die?”, “Why doesn’t anyone like me?”, Why am I always in trouble?”, “What will I do with my life?”, etc.). These questions set off the journey.

Menton J Matthews


Wilma Pearl Mankiller was the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. A liberal member of the Democratic Party, she served as principal chief for ten years from 1985 to 1995. She is the author of a national-bestselling autobiography, Mankiller: A Chief and Her People and co-authored Every Day Is a Good Day: Reflections by Contemporary Indigenous Women.

Mankiller’s administration founded the Cherokee Nation Community Development Department and saw a population increase of Cherokee Nation citizens from 55,000 to 156,000


Piper Mclean Face Headcanons:

  • Thick and  messy eyebrows (doesn’t give enough fuck to use tweezers)
  • Kinda long and flattened nose
  • Upturned eyes with long eyelashes
  • Thick lips, somewhat her upper lip naturally has a darker colour.
  • Has the jawline we all wished for
  • High cheekbones
  • Probably has lots of hair knots
  • Her hair is not the ‘silky and perfect’ type

Planning to make this for other characters as well so if you have any suggestions or coments please let me know


from concept to finish design

this is a support class hero based on the Overwatch universe. he is a hero who works for talon as their healer. 

Name: John Mushkeeki 

Code name: Shaman

Class: Support

Org: Talon

Gear: both arms are prosthetic that have been modified, along with a small hammer like device.

-right arm is a healing generator that emits healing energy to his allies, it also can drain opponent’s health, (based on mercys staff and symmetra gun

-left arm is a modified mini tobelstien reactor that draws people closer to Shaman. (mix of roadhogs hook mechanic and orisa ability)

-a close range device he calls his spirit chanter, it’s a device that has the ability to drain all opponent of their energy with in a radius. (works like’s ultu)(also his ult)


-when draining opponent he heals himself faster than normal

Backstory: John Mushkeeki was once a medical doctor with another degree in biomedical engineering, he mostly did his worked and research on a small reservation near los angeles. most of his research was on self healing devices. he worked closely with the government making healing technology. then the omnic crisis happen and John returned to his reservation to help those people in need. 

as the crisis worsen, the people of the reservation where in dire need of assistance, so john pleaded to the US government and the UN for help, they declined stating “we don’t have the resource or the manpower to help at the moment”. Without assistance from them, john tried his best to save his people from being destroyed and in the process lost both his arms during an omnics attack.

since then his reservation nothing more a modern ruin and a burial site to those who lost their lives. they call the ruins “the last wolf song” because they said you can hear the wolves singing their. 

for john he disappear and wasnt seen since the crisis. tell a mysterious person attacked a small government own build and reports say it resembles john 

Am I the only one who thinks Rick is going to make a loose collection of books in one universe? Like 3-10 for every pantheon? He’s already got Greek, Egyptian, and Greco-Roman under his belt and the slim possibility for a completely Roman backstory on Camp Jupiter and Jason.

He also set up Chinese, Native American, and maybe Latino mythology in his Greco-Roman series. He hinted in the Egyptian series that it was connected with the Greek and Greco-Roman world as weal as in multiple crossovers.

He’s got an official Norse series coming up that has a main character with the same last name as a main character in the Greek and Greco-Roman books.

It would be easy to create this kind of avengers Marvel universe were their still separate story’s but there all connected and hinted to coexist and sometimes meet each other and just be badass’s together.

I also think that Nico has met all of them and is just hiding it from everybody. He could’ve easily run into a lot of people when he was learning how to shadow travel. Come on, look me in the eye and tell me you have never thought about Anubis and Nico being bros.

Mythological Thanksgiving Thursday: Moshup

It’s Mythological Throwback Thursday, and for many of our followers it’s also Thanksgiving! Hope you’re having a fantastic holiday! Today we wanted to honour the Wampanoag tribe, who are generally believed to be the Native Americans present at the first Thanksgiving feast. One of their most prominent folk heroes is the giant known as Moshup.

Moshup was at one time the leader of the Wampanoag people. He represented all beings large and great. Because nature requires balance, he married the leader of the Makiawisug, the little people. Her name was Granny Squannit and bad weather occurred whenever Moshup and Granny Squannit argued.

He once lived on the mainland of Massachusetts, but elected to settle on the island known as Noepe, or in English as Martha’s Vineyard. He decided to build a land bridge between the island and the mainland by dropping giant rocks into the water. Some say a crab pinched his toe, and others that he simply grew frustrated with his work, but the work was abandoned and in his rage he stomped all about Massachusetts, hurling rocks into Connecticut. That’s why Connecticut is so rocky and why there are so many peculiar footprint shapes in rocks around Massachusetts. The European colonists called them Devil’s Footprints, but now you know better!

Moshup’s favourite food was broiled whale, which he would catch and share with the Wampanoag. One year he fed them so well that in return they gave him all of the tobacco they’d harvested. Moshup loaded it all into his pipe and smoked it, depositing the ashes in the ocean. The ashes became the island of Nantucket. Yes, that Nantucket.

Moshup left the Wampanoag before the European colonists arrived. He warned that the fair-skinned people who would soon arrive would herald tribulation for them. In this he was not wrong: disease and war wrought a heavy toll on the Wampanoag people, whose numbers have still not recovered to what they were in the early seventeenth century. As for Moshup, scholars from local tribes have noted that he is believed to change shape, appearing in the form of several creatures, or as a gust of cold wind.

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