Post by Klaus on Apr 13, 2014 1:45:56 GMT -5
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Klaus was unfortunate enough to have been given the gift of feelings from the Keepers. However, the way he feels such emotions is on a stronger scale than that of regular shifters and humans. As a result, he is prone to extreme bouts of rage, in which he could very well kill anyone and everyone in his path. Even if you had managed to befriend him, Klaus is incapable of distinguishing friend from foe during these rages. Often he wakes up covered in blood and sweat in an unknown part of the dome with no recollection of what he did during the episode. These rages can be triggered by anything that makes him angry in any way, even if it is something minute. Only a small level of frustration or anger is required to cause him to flip out and fly into a blind rage.
Coupled with this, however, Klaus is also capable of feeling joy and kindness towards other people. Whilst he doesn’t understand what these feelings are, Klaus has already decided they make him feel somewhat uncomfortable. Having been programmed to infect, Klaus often finds himself in a conflicting situation. Whilst this virus is extremely loyal to the Keepers and loves to please them, he also finds it difficult to push past these newfound emotions and infect people he feels to be innocent. Despite this, he’s found a way of coping with such decisions; he simply infects and pushes the memory out of his mind.
The terrible coping mechanism Klaus has formulated has led to vivid nightmares when he has the chance to try that thing called sleep. As a result of this, Klaus is an insomniac and prefers to stay awake every minute of the day. He instead finds himself studying the shifters within the dome. Klaus is absolutely fascinated by their strange way of life; the way they care for each other in small groups of like-minded people. Not knowing the company of others, Klaus finds it difficult to understand their way of living. At the same time, he has also recently found himself yearning for a companion.
Klaus lives a life of deceit and has become very cunning in nature. He often pretends to simply be an anthropomorph with very simple mutations in order to lure his prey to him. Most of the time he doesn’t give them time to play with his emotions though, and infects them quickly. His greatest fear is that the emotions he feels will prevent him from doing the Keepers’ bidding. He feels extreme loyalty to them, but at the same time is somewhat angry at them for giving him such feelings. It is possible for someone to bring out his lighter and more cheerful side, but no one has been fortunate enough yet. Klaus’ emotions are unchecked, but he knows to act fast enough to prevent anyone from exploiting them. However, if someone were to forge a bond with him his extreme loyalty would make it difficult to break such a relationship.
Overall, Klaus’s life is filled with turmoil as he tries to make sense of human emotions. His main initiative is still infection, especially when consumed by his rages. The virus is also capable of feeling such emotions as happiness and possibly even love. He’s not known to be calm in many situations except when putting on an act to lure in unsuspecting creatures. Perhaps his personality can be worked on, if it’s possible to teach him to control his emotions. Unfortunately, with no one to help him, there’s no telling if this really is a possibility.