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{{Spoiler}}'''Lord Cassius''' is [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe's]] father, and part of the [[Sencen]] family. He worked for the [[Councillors|council]] and is a powerful [[empath]]. Lord Cassius's wife is [[Lady Gisela]]. In [[Book 1: Keeper|Keeper of the Lost Cities]], he meets [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] briefly on the staircase leading down from the Level Four wing at [[Foxfire]], at the end of [[Midterms]] celebration. He took quite an interest in [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie Foster]], hinting that he knew she was the mystery [[Prodigies|prodigy]] that [[Tiergan|Sir Tiergan]] was [[Mentor|mentoring]]. Lord Cassius has proved to be very selfish and vain even having a room filled with his acomplishments. Lord Cassius thinks [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] should stop wasting his time and work harder in school. Lord Cassius wrote a book about [[Empath]]y, called The Heart of the Matter.[[Keefe Sencen| Keefe]], who had to read it in [[Book 4: Neverseen|Book Four]], described his father as a "torturer of innocent readers," but he did say he learnt a bit about head and heart emotions. He is also told to be not a great father and has constantly belittled his son, [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe.]]
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{{Spoiler}}'''Lord Cassius''' is [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe's]] father, and part of the [[Sencen]] family. He worked for the [[Councillors|council]] and is a powerful [[Empath]]. Lord Cassius's wife is [[Lady Gisela]]. In [[Book 1: Keeper|Keeper of the Lost Cities]], he meets [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] briefly on the staircase leading down from the Level Four wing at [[Foxfire]], at the end of [[Midterms]] celebration. He took quite an interest in Sophie, hinting that he knew she was the mystery [[Prodigies|prodigy]] that [[Tiergan|Sir Tiergan]] was [[Mentor|mentoring]]. Lord Cassius has proved to be very selfish and vain even having a room filled with his acomplishments. Lord Cassius thinks Keefe should stop wasting his time and work harder in school. Lord Cassius wrote a book about Empathy, called The Heart of the Matter. Keefe, who had to read it in [[Book 4: Neverseen|Book Four]], described his father as a "torturer of innocent readers," but he did say he learnt a bit about head and heart emotions. He is not a great father and has constantly belittled his son.
   
 
His name, Cassius means "empty", or "vain", referring to his character.
 
His name, Cassius means "empty", or "vain", referring to his character.
 
== Appearance ==
 
== Appearance ==
Lord Cassius is described as a taller man with much of [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe's]] characteristics, but with blonde, slicked back hair and neater attire.
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Lord Cassius is described as a taller man with many of [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe's]] characteristics, but with blonde, slicked back hair and neater attire.
   
 
== Relationships ==
 
== Relationships ==
 
* [[Lady Gisela|'''Lady Gisela''']] (Wife/enemy)
 
* [[Lady Gisela|'''Lady Gisela''']] (Wife/enemy)
[[Lady Gisela]] was his wife and now, his enemy. When [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]], [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]], [[Fitzroy Avery Vacker|Fitz]], and [[Biana Vacker|Biana]] found her on Mount Everest, her treachery is unveiled. He was said to once love her but now regards her as an enemy.
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[[Lady Gisela]] was his wife but is now his enemy. When [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]], [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]], [[Fitzroy Avery Vacker|Fitz]], and [[Biana Vacker|Biana]] found her on Mount Everest, her treachery is unveiled. He once loved her but now regards her as an enemy.
 
* [[Keefe Sencen|'''Keefe''']] (son/annoyance)
 
* [[Keefe Sencen|'''Keefe''']] (son/annoyance)
 
Lord Cassius does not have a strong relationship with his son. He constantly makes rude and sharp remarks about and to his son. He forced his son to live with him by threatening to withhold vital information that the [[Black Swan]] desperately needed.
 
Lord Cassius does not have a strong relationship with his son. He constantly makes rude and sharp remarks about and to his son. He forced his son to live with him by threatening to withhold vital information that the [[Black Swan]] desperately needed.
 
* [[Romhilda|'''Ro''']] ( annoyance)
 
* [[Romhilda|'''Ro''']] ( annoyance)
[[Romhilda|Ro]] is [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]]'s loyal bodyguard that is also an [[Ogres|ogre]]. She spends some time with Lord Cassius and during that time almost always tried to insult him. She has called him multiple names from as Lord fancy clothes to Lord Pretentious. Even renaming his extraordinary beach house, [[Shores of Solace]] calling it Waves of Wimpiness.
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[[Romhilda|Ro]] is [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]]'s loyal [[Ogres|ogre]] bodyguard. She spends some time with Lord Cassius and during that time almost always tried to insult him. She has called him multiple names, such as Lord Fancy Clothes and Lord Pretentious. She also has a name for his extraordinary beach house, [[Shores of Solace]], calling it Waves of Wimpiness.
   
 
== [[Book 1: Keeper|Keeper Of The Lost Cities]] ==
 
== [[Book 1: Keeper|Keeper Of The Lost Cities]] ==
[[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] meets [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] and Lord Cassius in the Level 4 wing at [[Foxfire]]. She notices that [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] is always down when his father is there. Lord Cassius calls [[Tiergan]] an "infamous mentor" when he ([[Tiergan]]) saves [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] from sharing her identity as a [[telepath|telepath.]]
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[[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] meets [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] and Lord Cassius in the Level 4 wing at [[Foxfire]]. She notices that Keefe is always down when his father is there. Lord Cassius calls [[Tiergan]] an "infamous mentor" when he (Tiergan) saves Sophie from sharing her identity as a [[telepath|telepath.]]
   
<nowiki> </nowiki>After [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie's]] [[Telepath|telepathy]] is revealed to the public, [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] describes his father as very smug. Apparently, he had guessed that [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] was[[Tiergan| Tiergan's]] prodigy, and [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] says that his father always has to be right, and he always is.
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After Sophie's telepathy is revealed to the public, Keefe describes his father as very smug. Apparently, he had guessed that Sophie was Tiergan's prodigy, and Keefe says that his father always has to be right, and he always is.
   
 
== [[Everblaze]] ==
 
== [[Everblaze]] ==
During [[Book 3: Everblaze]], [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] believes Lord Cassius works for the [[Neverseen]] but it is [[Lady Gisela]] who is working for the evil organization. Lord Cassius was completely blind to the fact that she was manipulating him.
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During [[Book 3: Everblaze]], [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] believes Lord Cassius works for the [[Neverseen]], but it is [[Lady Gisela]] who is working for the evil organization. Lord Cassius was completely blind to the fact that she was manipulating him.
   
 
== [[Neverseen]] ==
 
== [[Neverseen]] ==
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== [[Book 6: Nightfall|Nightfall]] ==
 
== [[Book 6: Nightfall|Nightfall]] ==
In [[Book 6: Nightfall]], Lord Cassius tells [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] and [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] where [[Vespera]] hid her signature in [[Atlantis]], proving he is somewhat worthy to be apart of the [[Black Swan]], which he later joins. It was said earlier that [[Fitzroy Avery Vacker|Fitz]] had suspected Lord Cassius to have been the one to break his wife out of jail, which is something [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] severely doubts, stating that his father cares more about his reputation than to rescue her.
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In Nightfall, Lord Cassius tells [[Keefe Sencen|Keefe]] and [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] where [[Vespera]] hid her signature in [[Atlantis]], proving he is somewhat worthy to be apart of the [[Black Swan]], which he later joins. It was said earlier that [[Fitzroy Avery Vacker|Fitz]] had suspected Lord Cassius to have been the one to break his wife out of jail, which is something Keefe severely doubts, stating that his father cares more about his reputation than to rescue her.
 
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Lord Cassius is Keefe's father, and part of the Sencen family. He worked for the council and is a powerful Empath. Lord Cassius's wife is Lady Gisela. In Keeper of the Lost Cities, he meets Sophie briefly on the staircase leading down from the Level Four wing at Foxfire, at the end of Midterms celebration. He took quite an interest in Sophie, hinting that he knew she was the mystery prodigy that Sir Tiergan was mentoring. Lord Cassius has proved to be very selfish and vain even having a room filled with his acomplishments. Lord Cassius thinks Keefe should stop wasting his time and work harder in school. Lord Cassius wrote a book about Empathy, called The Heart of the Matter. Keefe, who had to read it in Book Four, described his father as a "torturer of innocent readers," but he did say he learnt a bit about head and heart emotions. He is not a great father and has constantly belittled his son.

His name, Cassius means "empty", or "vain", referring to his character.

Appearance

Lord Cassius is described as a taller man with many of Keefe's characteristics, but with blonde, slicked back hair and neater attire.

Relationships

Lady Gisela was his wife but is now his enemy. When Keefe, Sophie, Fitz, and Biana found her on Mount Everest, her treachery is unveiled. He once loved her but now regards her as an enemy.

Lord Cassius does not have a strong relationship with his son. He constantly makes rude and sharp remarks about and to his son. He forced his son to live with him by threatening to withhold vital information that the Black Swan desperately needed.

  • Ro ( annoyance)

Ro is Keefe's loyal ogre bodyguard. She spends some time with Lord Cassius and during that time almost always tried to insult him. She has called him multiple names, such as Lord Fancy Clothes and Lord Pretentious. She also has a name for his extraordinary beach house, Shores of Solace, calling it Waves of Wimpiness.

Keeper Of The Lost Cities

Sophie meets Keefe and Lord Cassius in the Level 4 wing at Foxfire. She notices that Keefe is always down when his father is there. Lord Cassius calls Tiergan an "infamous mentor" when he (Tiergan) saves Sophie from sharing her identity as a telepath.

After Sophie's telepathy is revealed to the public, Keefe describes his father as very smug. Apparently, he had guessed that Sophie was Tiergan's prodigy, and Keefe says that his father always has to be right, and he always is.

Everblaze

During Book 3: Everblaze, Keefe believes Lord Cassius works for the Neverseen, but it is Lady Gisela who is working for the evil organization. Lord Cassius was completely blind to the fact that she was manipulating him.

Neverseen

After being betrayed by his wife, Lord Cassius and a few telepaths search through his memories for any information about the Neverseen.

Nightfall

In Nightfall, Lord Cassius tells Keefe and Sophie where Vespera hid her signature in Atlantis, proving he is somewhat worthy to be apart of the Black Swan, which he later joins. It was said earlier that Fitz had suspected Lord Cassius to have been the one to break his wife out of jail, which is something Keefe severely doubts, stating that his father cares more about his reputation than to rescue her.

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