All About: Reflect

A serious, kind man with a gentle soul and a merciless fist. He and Jump teach their daughters as much as they can about whatever they take an interest in, be it making jewelry, martial arts, videogames, pranks, and even dancing.

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Let’s meet Jump’s soul mate and Hex’s second-in-command, Reflect!


Basic Info:

Real name: Casper “Cass” Owl Child
Age in Taurus: 53
Height: 5’10 | Weight: 140 lbs.
Hair: short, wavy, jet black | Eyes: pecan brown
Human Race: Piikáni | Species: Demons
Hailing Planet: Havet
Ability: none
Rank: Headman
Specialties: boxing, judo, situational awareness, objective, resilient
Best friend: Jump & Gag
Soul mate: Jump

Three facts about Reflect:

  1. Reflect and Kill have an adversarial relationship; both come from prominent scouting families and are skilled in martial arts. Also, both met their soul mates before their recruitments, have daughters, and are ranked as lieutenants.
  2. He enjoys group activities with his daughters, such as tea parties. He even researched proper tea etiquette.
  3. Reflect collects videogames and consoles, board games, and computer parts. Their household hosts gaming tournaments within the tribe.

My thoughts on Reflect:

A serious, kind man with a gentle soul and a merciless fist. He and Jump teach their daughters as much as they can about whatever they take an interest in, be it making jewelry, martial arts, videogames, pranks, and even dancing. He’s definitely let the girls style his hair, paint his nails, and practice putting on makeup using his face.

They had children much later than their Wave One peers, lumping their kids in with those of Wave Two. Either way, all the Poseidean children are considered the unofficial Wave Four, even those who are old enough to fit in with Wave Three like Bubbles.


For those of you who don’t know, Reflect is a supporting character in my trilogy Saturn Rising, which is the first installment of The Chronicles of Life & Death. The first book, Aquarius, is available now on Amazon as an e-book and paperback. You can even read it all for free with Kindle Unlimited! Learn more here.

Photo by Carlos Andres Gomez on Unsplash

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