Zodiac Star: Aquila the Eagle Picture

name: Altair
constellation name:
totem: the eagle
physical age:
Eyes: yellow
Hair: platinum
assassins outfit: dark purple with black bandages
under outfit(without his assassins outfit): has a brown scarf and a long cream shirt saying "eagle eye" with his sign under it and a black open button up over shirt, brown skinny pants and wears yellow(front)-white(back) half way knee-high high tops.
Other: his sign is on his ninja jacket
Natural abilities:
See far distances
turning into a eagle
fearless, leader, Tenacious, Vitality, nurturing of younglings, quiet

Raptor Physiology - Use the traits of raptors


Avian Manipulation - Influence and control birds.

  • May be limited to only certain species.
  • Some can only control the birds they create or summon.
  • Range maybe limited.
  • Depends on environment.

Enhanced Assassination - Assassinate with ease.

  • Apathy to prevent themselves from feeling merciful or biased.
  • Some killers may have some form of completely destroying evidence to prevent incrimination.
other info:
  • he's a assassin but looks like a ninja for some reason...
  • he can summon ninja stars and knifes but he has only so many
  • hes really quiet and hardly to never talk(hes the reason why Aquarius is like that too)
  • hes close to Zeus and very loyal to him.
  • since Capricorn did a shit job on taking care of Aquarius Aquila did instead.
  • he likes meditating.
  • he grew an attachment to Aquarius.
  • he likes Delphinus.
  • he HATES Prometheus and Hercules
  • Every time he sees Hercules he attacks him since hes the cause of Aquila death.

Aquila, the pet eagle of Zeus, showed the gentler side of his nature when he carefully carried up Ganymede to Mount Olympus to be cup-bearer to his master. However, when considering the myth surrounding Prometheus, the ferocious, darker side of Aquila is very evident. Prometheus was one of the last Titan gods who became an advisor to Zeus. He was protective of humankind and, seeing how they suffered because they had no fire, he stole a ray from the Sun which he smuggled down to earth in a hollow stem. Zeus did not believe that man was worthy of such a gift, and was furious that Prometheus had acted without his permission. The well-meaning Titan was chained to the side of a mountain, stripped of his garments, and was continually attacked by Aquila. Since he was immortal, his dreadful wounds healed themselves every evening, only to be opened up again the next day by Aquila. After many years Prometheus was saved by Hercules, who agreed with his kind deed to mankind. Using his bow and arrow, he killed Aquila, who was then placed by Zeus to soar in the heavens.

(In Greek mythology, Aquila is identified as the eagle that carried Zeus’ thunderbolts and was once dispatched by the god to carry Ganymede, the young Trojan boy Zeus desired, to Olympus to be the cup bearer of the gods. Ganymede is represented by the neighbouring constellation Aquarius.)

In anothery story, the eagle is found guarding the arrow of Eros (represented by the constellation Sagitta), which hit Zeus and made him love-struck.

In yet another myth, Aquila represents Aphrodite disguised as an eagle, pretending to pursue Zeus in the form of a swan, so that Zeus’ love interest, the goddess Nemesis, would give him shelter. In the story, Zeus later placed the images of the eagle and the swan among the stars to commemorate the event.

The name of the brightest star in the constellation, Altair, is derived from the Arabic al-nasr al-ta’ir, which means “flying eagle” or “vulture.” Ptolemy called the star Aetus, which is Latin for “eagle.” Similarly, both Babylonians and Sumerians called Altair “the eagle star.”

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