Though his clothing is unassuming, his power and magic only mildly impressive, and his voice never more than a low murmur, Jubilee's looming presence intimidates beyond measure. To many, he is not even truly a person, but a walking-talking-judging effigy of the Coalition of Reality, and the myriad feelings that the powerful and overreaching organization invokes. To the enemies of the COR, he is a self-important and meddling Overseer who thwarts their individuality and independence at all turns. To the operatives of the COR, he is their stoic and formidable politican with good intentions but questionable motives. In a sense, he is as inseparable from the COR as the COR is from him - their names almost synonymous.
The real Jubilee is maybe somewhere in the center, buried under years of assumptions and responsibility. The COR truthfully has no leader, but his seniority, wisdom, and availability mean that most of his peers turn to him to settle disputes, give approval for ideas, and act as a general authority for the entire Timeline-spanning infinite Coalition. For what it's worth, he takes to his work in stride - though a little stilted and tired, a little bit workaholic, a little bit awkward in small talk. Most take comfort in the fact that Jubilee is never self-serving, never intentionally malicious, though his penchant for shadowed methods certainly gives ammo to his critics. He can be frustratingly patient and understanding; easily accepting fault when he's done wrong, listening to the concerns of detractors, and doing his best to maintain an even hand - all with an almost absurd air of composure.
Is he even a person anymore? Or is he truly just a diligent, resigned talking piece for the COR? A question Jubilee asks himself, occasionally. But, he comforts himself with a simple fact: a person has wants, a person has goals. And he has had goals - nurtured them for a thousand ages, harbored them deep in his chest. He played his cards over the eons of his life, and he succeeded in exactly what he wanted. It is a goal that no one can know of, and a goal that no one should know he achieved. But it brings him peace, unspeakable peace, to know it's finally accomplished - and that he finally killed Bereave.
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Relationship: Platonic Partner
They're inseperable. A simple statement, but fact - they've always been around one another since joining the COR. They share a sense of humor, a dedication to work, a quiet sort of exhaustion, a genuine understanding. Though Jubilee harbored romantic feelings for Profound when he was younger, those came to pass - as he values whatever relationship they have now over the idea of one later.
Part of him wishes Ren wasn't so needy. The other part... accepts him as he is, for the most part. When Ren gets a particular idea in his head, he runs off like a rocket to accomplish it, with little to no care for consequences, planning... in a way, Jubilee is like his limiters, his voice of reason. He doesn't mind that. Their connection is far deeper than just romance, after all.
He hopes there's still room there to reforge something. He doesn't expect it to be the same - there's no way it could be - but after they defeated Bereave together, he has hope in his chest. Maybe it's not right of him... but he's never been one to give up on big dreams.
♥♥♥♡♡ Morning Star
A nice young man. He probably didn't need to be an Overseer - the stress is likely too much for him - but there was no denying the position to him after everything that happened. He hopes that Morning Star can adapt well, and deal with the deluge of people looking for his friendship and attention. He'd offer to be more of a mentor, but... he's swamped with work, and he's not sure if there's room for meaningful friendship there.
Technically, the person he really answers to. He gets all the reports on how the COR is doing and its operations, and any assistance they need from the Mags. He's highstrung and anxious and controlling, but it's the kind of personality that the Mags need to wrangle them. The similarities between them aren't lost on Jubilee.
Relationship: The Devil
His life's goal was to murder the origin of all evil. He succeeded, need he remind you. Keep that secret close to your chest.
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Every Overseer gets a personal assistant, handpicked by them - and Quota is Jubilee's. He'd like to say that he doesn't really need one, but after some thought, that would be a lie - there's a lot of smaller admin tasks he shunts off to Quota. Mostly small things, like handling emails/letters, phone calls, some minor scheduling... he's a good worker, even if he refuses to dress reasonably.
He's always tried very hard to maintain a relationship with Ferreon. It's only right. He needs a friend in this world who... understands. He's never opened up to Ferreon about his true nature, but they've managed to forge a strong bond without that. He's a refreshing person to be around for Jubilee, too - someone who's known him forever, and doesn't really see him as the COR bogeyman anymore.
He's sure something. Opinionated? In a good way. It's nice to have some pushback, make him stretch his muscles in proper persuasion and defense. He's still sorry that Magnotris and Morning Star got pulled deep into all of Jubilee's nonsense, though. They didn't need to be involved... though... in the end, would he have even won without them?
She's a kind soul, and deserves a comfortable retirement. It's not an exaggeration to say that her contributions to Frag culture have been the most wide-sweeping of any one person, and in many ways, she embodies the ideal Fragment. She's generous, loving, hardworking, patient, dedicated, and disciplined. She made for an excellent mentor.
He leads his bands of Frags dutifully, with a scowl. He takes Valentine's jabs more personally than Valentine does his, which makes mediating them always an exhausting minefield. But if they can be kept away from each other, Cupid is a good worker, and harbors keen interest in his work. That's good enough for Jubilee.
He can be snide, abrasive. But he can also be quick-thinking and definitive in a crisis, able to take command smoothly and easily. His healing is second to none... if only it was attached to a nicer medic. He's dramatic, but that doesn't make him the worst fellow Overseer.
He sees the similarities between them. Old, exhausted, tired, worn down. Scoria's taken a route that Jubilee doesn't quite agree with... but he understands Scoria's perspective, why he thinks Alpha deserves to die. Now, the COR won't let that come to pass - the Originals deserve to live, point blank - but Jubilee understands. He really does. It's why he confided his true nature in Scoria....
There's a parental obligation Jubilee feels towards all of the Original Timelines. Hence, his personal checkup visits to most to ensure their wellbeing. But that dedication... sometimes he questions it, after a particularly lengthy or aggravating visit to Phi. He only recently got them to stop calling him "Our Blessed God" and they've downgraded to... ugh... "His Excellence".....
- Grieve in Blood
- Keep a Secret
- House of Liars
- The literal only Fragment with a Rendgen Blessing. Attained it very briefly after joining the COR and won't speak of why or how.
- Incapable of holding grudges against anyone except Bereave. Has lived far too long to care about that sort of thing, and is more interested in allies than enemies.
- 100% the ends justify the means. Just won't tell you about the means that would make you hate him.
- Did not actually help found the COR, but joined very shortly after its founding.
- Is always legitimately surprised when someone doesn't recognize his face. Can't remember the last time that happened, though.
- What's his special tie to the Original Timeline Omicron, huh...?
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- Right eye's pupil is shaped like an X, left eye's is not.
- Wears brown jacket-thing over a green dress. Of course he dresses simply... he's too busy to care about fashion.
- Little split in dress ends around chest area - it's technically buttoned.
- Tail is supposed to kind of be eel-shaped. Interpret as you need.
- Should be drawn looking stoic, focused, working. Can be drawn irritated with Rendgen, or peaceably with Profound.
Generic Anatomy Notes
- Muzzles are small and boxy, and they don't have a kitty or dog nose.
- Eyes can be stylized as you'd normally draw.
- Please note that they have four fingers and three toes.
- If the character has glasses, don't omit them!