Nathan is the third born brother of Dogio, Sonnet, and Nether. Although he may look dark and careless Nathan isn't all that mean toward his brothers.


Blue eyes, black hair, thick eyebrows, black hoodie with gray stripes, siren tattoo, necklace, and black t-shirt underneath a gray shirt.


Nathan is weird and mysterious. He expresses his feelings through his hands. He sometimes talks to have a say though. Unlike his brothers, he finds females as a bore. Nathan's style is gothic.


Nathan and his tribe were having a tradition celebration on Vocal Island. Everyone was happy until sparks lit the sky. Everyone thought they were fireworks. Then a meteor blasted down from the sky. Then another until they were coming down everywhere. Their Island was destroyed and burnt mercilessly in flames. Dogio, Nathan, Sonnet, and Nether escaped to the ocean. Then a demise (Dee-miss) hovered to the seaside in front of them. He stared at them and a meteor hit in the ocean and exploded. They swam undersea but came up at sunset and everything was burnt in ashes. But the flames left with the demise. The brothers found their parents bodies and called for the Phoenix to save them. But the Phoenix never came. The after 7 days they finally left. They grew up as hoodlums on the land. Years passed until they heard about the box of Biological Endurance of Siren Tradition or B.E.S.T. They decided that they would go steal it and win their vocals back. They sadly failed and were banished to the sea again by the Royals. Later on they met Tyrant and sought revenge.


  • Breathing: Nathan can breathe under/over water
  • Strength: Nathan is the strongest in the Syclops gang


  • Nathan is the third born by 7 seconds. So it took him three seconds to come out. The reason for this is because he got so angry from leave the stomach it was hard to pull him out. Giving Nathan an extra one second of birth.
  • Nathan is the middle child and third oldest.
  • Nathan is a masculine given name. It is derived from the Hebrew verb נתן meaning to give (standard Hebrew Natan, Yiddish Nussen or Nosson, Tiberian Hebrew Nāṯān). The meaning of the name in Jewish culture could be rendered "he [God] has given" or "he will give".