Neimology reading for Rhys D’Ivore =) this turned out longer than i thought so im doing evie seperately
First things first - he’s an extreme character. He’s very rebellious and the crusader type. He can see the extreme’s of most situations and is one the rare personalities that has limitless boundaries. He has the talent and brains and/or privilege to go where he chooses and succceeds in nearly everything he does so there’s little fear of failure.
He’s the type that when faced with a problem, has the smarts to see the whole picture and the details, and can work out a way to solve it including parts of the equation that other personalities don’t think about or tend forget or put aside.
He’s experimental and is a risk taker and again, because of his confidence and the good fortune for always succeeding, he doesn’t think of failing or the consequences because he rarely has to face them. So you could imagine how dumbstruck he feels when he does.
He expects things to be easy for him, whether that’s through his own mental capability and/or pride (or even just privilege again) So when he evaluates a situation and decides that it’s a bit too much for him, it’s too hard, he won’t cope etc he has a tendency to procrastinate doing the job.
The name suggest that he is quite smart and is willing to keep learning. Regardless of task, he will use his thinking patterns with street smarts and acedemic learning to solve problems creatively. He’s the character with a slightly different thinking pattern and perhaps it’s this quality that maybe his sister is used to seeing as the name suggest that he can be perceived as being ‘perfect’ alot.
The downside to this is that he can be very egotistical about his way of doing things. His way is the best way because it rarely fails him.
Although, of course he’s far from it. He has a hard time getting to grips with things. He overthinks things and often his judgement can be clouded by politics, peer pressure and/or his own desires.
He’s most likely to be the person that has mastered his own feelings quite a bit but sentimentality still plays a big part. So he’s a big ole softie really. All cold and cool on the outside, big old fluffy marshmallow on the inside.
As an extreme personality, he is extreme in all that does. He’s a quick study but he’s patient. He is always watching other people and taking note of all the things not to do, in order to keep everything on track. So if he makes it his goal to take over (which he will) he will remember every little slip up or wrong word. He’s the type to actively improve a situation without making all those tired promises we’re all so used to hearing from others.
He has alot of rebellious energy in his name as well. He’s a crusader. He will stand up for his beliefs and will self sacrifice for what he believes is a good cause. He can religiously stick to all rules or break them all. I guess in Rhys case, perhaps he does both depending on who he’s with.
For Rhys, when he reaches a middle ground, where he can apply his activist nature with respectable sense, he can become a force to be reckoned with and when you apply that to his situation as a prince, I believe he’ll be make a good King. He and Gloria can make the most of their political marriage and be the power couple that Gloria clearly intends to be, it’s just going to take someone to teach Rhys what ‘the grey area’ means. He needs to learn how to compromise with forces without being a puppet altogether. He has the sharp thinking ability with the passionate nature. He’s a quick learner from books and people and he will continue to learn and observe. He can enlighten others. He values fairness. He’s a realist. He knows when people are real or not. He wants the truth and desires to correct the wrongs. This is the positive potential in his name and to me, those are traits that a leader needs, especially if his role is as one of those old world Kings where the entire wellbeing of his country and people relies solely on his choices.
So all Ivore’s hopes are all placed on Axis (I would like to quote Galadriel here but i’ll resist lol)
The negative aspect to the name is that he expects alot from others and can be a little overbearing. When upset, he is destructive. He has claws and because he’s mastered the art of controlling his feelings, you won’t really know that you’ve upset him. (unless he’s having an absolute melt down, obviously lol) Combine that with his patience, he’s a dangerous enemy. He will sit and plot, whilst all the while smiling and being polite to you so you’ll probably not see it coming when he decides to get his own back.
He also has the habit of saying the right thing at the right time but can be so vague that he’s often misunderstood and can find himself in a ‘foot in mouth’ situation (like quite recently lol)
He has a long memory and moves forward with a lot of force so lets hope it’s a positive one. Everybody can go either way in their situations but for Rhys the outcome will be extreme. He’ll either be a great King, a great Tyrant or a great disappointment.
On a happier note, he is gracious when he’s satisfied with how things are going. He can make people feel good about themselves. Again, that would be a great characteristic with his passionate, activist side. He’d make a very charismatic speaker and has a lot of staying power.
He’s thoughtful and considerate of others (believe it or not) and will happily promote the people who have pleased him if he’s in a position to do so, so good news for Axis! =))
The family name of D’Ivore is definitely a royal family name. Family names are the childhood enviroment, lessons they’ve learnt, habits they’ve taken with them or are trying to break etc
So the family of D’Ivore is a very ‘family’ family. They work together and keep up a strong family unit facade. Any problems within the circle are hushed up and dealt with behind closed doors. They were probably one of two extremes for Rhys. Either they were there all the time or not there enough and from the looks of it, it probably wasnt enough. It is a family that focuses on ‘leadership’. Obviously, for this plot, it’s their role as the royal family but for the everyday person, that could be a family that always pushes their kids to higher places like top universities, doctors, lawyers etc
There’s always a push to be the best. They’re pretty idealistic. So you can imagine for babbie Rhys, who has so much rebellious pride in his name, the poor wee mite probably had quite a few tantrums.
The family are probably a very adored family at least from the outside. Perhaps, this has caused them to be a little egotistical in a ‘we’re God’s gift to others’ sort of way. (Half expected from a royal family though isnt?) If there are any feelings of superiority it would be behind closed doors. They wouldnt risk their image by saying something that might cause an upset.
Because of this, I doubt they have bad time keeping, however the name does suggest a difficulty with time. So maybe it’s an emotional aspect. Despite their attention to the family unit, they might not have spent enough time being a family, perhaps because of royal duties or, more morbidly, they’ve died early, such as Rhys’ mother or the King himself not being able to survive illness long enough to attend Rhys wedding etc
They are pretty much what you would expect from a royal family. They will self sacrifice for the good of a group. They desire honesty and loyality more than most and should it ever be broken, they won’t forget it. They value fairness but as with most historical monarachs, they’re downfall is when they put themselves first. They don’t like being told what to do, prefering their own way, whatever way that is so fingers crossed it’s for the good of everyone.
They can be a little arrogant and what’s a royal family without a few illicit affairs! There’s a strong temptation for sex in the name including homosexual. But again, damage control so they must really hate Rhys lol Rhys father seems to have been liked to some degree, so I can only assume he used the positive lessons from the family enviroment and if he didnt, well nobody outside the palace would have known.
oh, those royals.
One last thing, there is a good balance between male and female energy. So that can be interpreted as either an old fashioned, male heirs are kings and females are brides and mothers and they accept and embrace those roles, or, you could say that because of this comfort between male and female energy, they aren’t opposed to a woman inheriting the throne. (And that just has me thinking, ooo, pretty sure Gloria and Rhys are having sex once, what happens if it’s a girl? lol xD)