Jacob Thomas Chandler
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Jacob Thomas Chandler

Known Aliases: None
Species: Posthuman
Age: 31
Date of Birth: 9/19/1982
Height: 6' 1"
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown (frequently dyed black)
Nationality: American
Occupation: Unknown
Education: Unknown
Place of Birth: Unknown
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Unknown
Powers/Abilities: Empathy
Played by: RabbitMage
Model: Darren Hayes


Jacob's first memory involves waking up in the same bed he currently sleeps in. Nothing before that day is present in his mind. He has always looked the way he does now. Has always sounded the way he does now. Has always lived the way he does now, in a one-bedroom house with a blue cat named Ruffy, with occasional visits from his benevolent friend Chance.

What Jacob does not know is that for the last two years he has laid sleeping in a laboratory tucked away inside the Phoenix Industries building, his body and mind tended by J.C. LaChance. He does not know his mind and empathy are part of an experiment in the control of psionic abilities. He does not remember his wife finding out about his extramarital affairs, and turning her own devastating psionic abilities on him in revenge. He doesn't know about the annulment of their marriage, or the money she took, or her generous donation of his mind and body to LaChance's project.

All he knows is the reality LaChance built around him, and the vague flashes of memory that come to him in dreams.


At present, Jake is best described as gentle and compliant, but also easily worried and concerned by change. Certain negative aspects of his personality are currently repressed, but have the potential to re-emerge.


Jacob is an empath, with grants him the ability to sense and manipulate emotions. His Sigil is fairly powerful, giving his ability extra strength and range. He can effect the emotions of a person within approximately a 200 ft. radius. Physical contact increases effectiveness. Using his Sigil on multiple targets, at a longer range, or rapidly cycling through emotions is taxing and can result in unpleasant side-effects.


Phoenix Industries/J.C. LaChance-Guinea Pig