Full Name Alec Lawrence Claus
Power level 4
Sexual orientation Pansexual
Hair Color Brown, changed to gold later on
Eye Color Steel
Spouses Jaz, Pierce, Sebastian, Gilbert, Felix
Parents Edmund, Harper
Familiar Astella, a pink fairy armadillo
Alec is the heir to the Claus fortune. His older sister, Luna, died when he was very young, and he never recovered from the grief of losing her. It was very apparent as he grew up that he was an insanely powerful warlock, and he was accepted into Highborn Academy at the age of 10 after he had specialized with the power of Illusion. He remained there for several years until he was expelled for breaking the rules while he continued his amorous (slutty) lifestyle. He transferred to Shadowhaven Academy, the reject school for witches, and stayed there until he'd worked up a better reputation by graduating with honors, knowing that would let him return to Highborn for his advanced studies.
When he returned to Highborn, Jaz had left a few months prior, so the two missed meeting each other back then. He continued to be fluid and open with his romantic relationships, though none were serious or fulfilling for him. He dated Candace Cauldron for a time, mostly for popularity, until they broke up and she hexed him to jizz himself every time he saw her. He then got revenge by using her brother, Cole, for his own pleasure whenever he felt like it. Alec liked to use them, abuse them, then lose them.
A lot of his behavior is masked pain from losing his older sister. His parents never showed affection because of their grief, and Alec learned to channel that into his romantic relationships, looking for fulfillment in all the wrong places. But there's nothing wrong with being a little slutty. He's always been romantically attracted to all genders.
Alec was killed in a wolf attack after meeting his magical soulmate, Jaz, and was brought back to life with her necromancy magic.
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Neck-Romancer: It's a Wonderful Jaz
Time of the Ancients
Tales of the Favored: A Christmas Tale