Occupation: Grocery Store Clerk, Movie Buff
Personality: Courageous, Chivalrous & Imaginative
Combat Style:Using Shields & Armor as offensive weapons is Peter’s speciality. The harder the Enemy hits him, the stronger he hits back. To describe this courageous avalanche of a warrior as an “immovable object” would be a huge understatement.
Because of his small frame, thick glasses, drifting eye and not an ounce of athleticism, Peter was always the butt of every joke. Even at home he always felt tossed aside and reminded how much of a disappointment he was. This may be the reason he threw himself into fantasy so often. His Imagination was extravagant and consuming, so getting lost in day dreams & living out a fictional world in his mind was easier than dealing with the real. But that didn't make him a coward. In
fact quite the opposite he was always getting knocked down for standing up for people that couldn't fight for them selfs, selflessly taking the hits, verbally and physically.
If Peter sees injustice he can't help himself, regardless of the need—be it giving away his last dollar or taking the hits from someone else's bully—Peter is a friend to all he meets and not afraid of much. But on the other hand he has never won a fight, and has spent quite a few hours in the emergency room.
When Peter discovered the horrors of the Unseen, he was fervently compelled to become a Word Wielder. Quickly, he rose up to become an unstoppable champion, ever fighting to crush the demons that cause their victims to feel worthless, angry and alone.
Because of his ignited heart, The God of Creation gave Peter great power. His blood was filled with lava, and his brave nature resulted in his body turning into a giant, formed of diamond and stone. God’s Spirit fused with his, and he became The Living Mountain.
Peter now fights the darkness day-in and day-out. If they dare strike him, their flesh burns and their bones shatter like glass.
“He often grins as he watches them crawl painfully back to their Pit of Hate.”
Peter continuously searches for the girl he thought he’d lost forever, but The Giver of Life promised him that, once she was ready, she’d find her way back to him. Then she’d join him in the Unseen…
But winning her heart would be another fight entirely.
If I had the gift of prophecy, and if I understood all of God’s secret plans and possessed all knowledge, and if I had such faith that I could move mountains, but didn’t love others, I would be nothing.
1 Corinthians 13:2 (NLT)