Zachariah GordonEdit

Debut (Story)
  • Chapter 1 of Split Embers
Appears in Split Embers, Confused and Tainted World


Birthdate April 22
Gender Male
  • Split Embers: 22-26
  • Confused and Tainted: 26+
  • 6'1
  • Sorcerer
  • Split Embers: None
  • Confused and Tainted: Headmaster
  • Caucasian
Reason for getting into the College A best selling book author who was invited for his 'brilliant use of literature.', full scholarship
Studies in College Majoring in literature/creative writing, minoring in music
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  • Unknown
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Zack is normally a very calm person, speaking formally, and is an overall gentleman toward all people. He is very open minded, and is willing to listen to others just as much as wanting to state his own opinion on the subject. However, even with this, he has a secret competitive side, always willing to take up a challenge directed at him, directly or indirectly, as well as occasionaly finding humor in messing with the minds of other people.


A platinum blonde with hazel eyes behind a thin set of glasses. Has a lean/average body build


Zack grew up in a well-off family, enjoying life as it came to him. Even so, he never became a snob as most kids like him, which surpised many people who know his background. During his high school years, he worked on a novel based on a world where the mystic and the real merged, creating an imbalance in space-time in which the main protaganists were the only ones able restore the worlds back to their origninal forms. He didn't get it published until sometime after graduation, which he later found out rivaled another novel by a man named Maxwell. This rivalry was unoffical, however, and quickly sunk into the background. Once his novel got enough attention, he was invited to a college. Since waiting for a chance to enter one, he took it, majoring in literature, but also following his interest in music.


  • He tends to be extremely polite and respectful, which is a stark contrast to his Earth 2 Counterpart, who is cruel and mean.

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