|Champion of the God:||Nachish|
|Motto:||Dragon File Burn!|
|Temple Completion Date:||4%|
Born in the Beautiful Hawaiian Islands, Palekekona was raised in a simple village called Waipilian. As a child, he found he a unique abilities that could help those in need and harm those who hurt him or any of his friends or loved ones. On one occasion a dear friend was hurt by a group of thugs while he was returning from his prayers at a heiau or Hawaiian temple. As tears flowed from his eyes, Palekekona placed his hands on his friend who was then miraculously healed of all his wounds. The normally gentle Palekekona was filled with rage and shouted out a Kapu or curse with all his might to be sent to the thugs as an Akua lele or fireball. He later heard that in a village close by, three individuals in three separate homes died due to a fire that mysteriously engulfed the homes. Though he was happy that vengeance had taken place, he was distraught that he had caused the deaths of those three men. So he packed up what little belongings he had and set out to find out how he was able to do such remarkable and dangerous things.
During his travels, he helped many people in need but remained very cautious of his anger as to not release his inner rage and capabilities to cause harm. One day, he came across a Kahuna or witch doctor who looked at him as if he knew Pale. Pale begged the Kahu to train him in the ways of the Kahuna, but the Kahu said he was unable to do so. When Pale asked why, the Kahu looked at him and told him that all he needed to know was inside of him and only he, along with his personal Aumakua, or God could help him to discover and harness his abilities.
With a resolve to seek out his Aumakua, Pale set out to discover his Aumakua’s name. Many years went by as Pale searched village after village, heiau after heiau, until he ended up at Kaena Point, the leaping place of souls to cross over to the spirit plane. Tired and worn, Pale stepped up to the edge of the pointed cliff. He shouted out, “Ke Akua, if I am meant for a greater purpose, save me from this leap.” “Tell me you name so I may honor you and seek out the knowledge I yearn for!” With a mighty yell, he leaped off the cliff with his arms spread out to his side, soaring to the rocky shore below. As he eyed the bottom of his fall, he blacked out as he heard a thundering voice call out, “NACHISH!”
He later woke up in a strange land that he has never seen or heard of. With a renewed sense for life and love for his Aumakua, he journeyed forward determined to continue his quest to help those in need and punish those who are evil. It was then that he saw a sign that read…“Godville.”