Barefoot Cartoon Animal/Barefoot Poverty: Zig Zagged. She's not averse to boots, but due to her lack of funds, she can't afford to just buy her own clothing, and since her outfits tend to go completely missing the instant she gets a drop of alcohol (boots included), her barefooted status goes back and forth. She starts out barefoot, which quickly ratchets up to full nudity after the night with gro-Upp. Quill-Weave supplies her a full outfit, including boots, but then that entire outfit goes missing after the night with Dmitri. The Mages Guild does supply her with a robe soon after, but no footwear, so she spends a great deal of time (the majority of the comic, as of March 2013, in fact) in that outfit barefoot. After losing the outfit againto Sigrid's uncanny charms, she gets another outfit by entering into a dance contest, once again gaining a pair of boots. No telling how long it'll be before she loses this outfit and is right back to square one.
Why Did It Have to Be Nobility?: She has a crippling fear of nobility, to the point that she sees Uriel Septim VII as a demon. It's evidently instinctive as even Martin Septim as a priest leaves her speechless in fear.
An Argonian acrobate and writer (and Acrobatics trainer). Was a temporary playable character.
Ascended Extra: In Oblivion she was just an incredibly minor character involved in a single quest who is otherwise a completely mundane npc.
Drowning My Sorrows: She was dumped slightly prior to the start of the comic and did not take it well. By this point, it takes at least fifteen glasses of ail to even get a buzz.
Gaydar: She's shown to have a pretty literal version of this in one of her spin-off comics.
Compelling Voice: She is noted to be incredibly charismatic and her Mercantile is 100 in Oblivion. According to Stephane, on top of being extraordinarily charming, she's used alchemy and enchantments to boost her Personality stat to ridiculous levels.
Fake Ultimate Hero: Stephane believes that she is a hero capable of defying fate and preforming great feats due to her incredible powers of persuasion. In the game she's just one of the few survivors of the destruction of Kvatch and her role in the Oblivion Crisis does not go beyond selling potions to the REAL Champion of Cyrodiil (at a steep markup) before they enter the Oblivion gate.
Badass Boast:“I’ve been in the guard longer than you’ve been alive, breton. I’ve seen frenzied trolls burst forth from the ground, men get ripped to shreds by land-roving dreugh, zombies tear down entire villages with nothing but their teeth, and that’s all in the last two years. I can hit an imp with a bow at three hundred yards, kill a grizzly bear in hand-to-hand combat, and cut a man in half with one swing of a sword. ‘Trembling with fear’ isn’t in my vocabulary. I handle the fear, so you prissy magefolk never have to see it.”
Reasonable Authority Figure: What he was implied to be, before his recurring nightmares have reduced him to a paranoid coward that is mocked by his subordinates.
Why Did It Have To Be Cultists:His recurring nightmares have given him a severe phobia about cultists, causing him to think they are everywhere and making it difficult to trust anyone. His dreams have gotten to the point where he's resorted to contacting Vaermina, Daedric Prince of Nightmares, in order to discern their meaning.
A Breton mage of the Kvatch Mage's Guild. He doesn't take too kindly to Katia.
For Magicka: It's implied later on the reason he's working with Sigrid is to understand what exactly she is. Note too that he's the only person yet shown to be not under her control.
The former guardian spirit of a long line of elfish protectors. After his last descendant dies of his own stupidity, Aggy spent some time haunting his body, then just wondering around, before deciding to search for an appropriate warrior to guardian spirit for. Temporary playable character.
Crazy Memory: He describes his memory as '"fuzzy," and somewhat exaggerates the strength of Katia's actions in his mind.
Determinator: If not one himself, he inspires this in Katia during 'Extrapolate'. In his own words, it is "pushing a broken idea so many times that reality is forced to accept it!"
What Happened to the Mouse?: He just kinda vanishes when the tomb he was in fell apart, and reappears later with not much explanation of what happened.
A necromancer who is accosted by a drunken Katia and ends up having a threesome with her and a skeleton.
Crazy Cat Lady: Has several cats (and brought back his first one with necromancy, unwilling to let death take it), and seems a bit enamored of Katia after a mere one-night stand.
Nice Guy: For "a servant to an unholy lich seeking world domination", he's an awfully kindhearted person. After his night with Katia, he leaves her a kind letter, a Potion of Cure Disease he mixed on the spot, and — to make up for not saying a proper goodbye — a box of Nord chocolates. When he sees Quill-Weave's distress at the state of her room, he also enchants the skeleton to clean up.
Later, he feels bad enough about taking advantage of Katia that he composes "a letter of heartfelt apology" (and even signs it with his full name when he would usually make do with a "D"), considers offering her an apprenticeship, considers sending her a gift basket full of magic potions, and is even willing to send one of his old magic items as a goodwill offering — despite never having pawned any of them off because they carried "a bit too much sentimental value". Of course, this all may be a manifestation of a possible infatuation with Katia, but there's no indication that it's a significant departure from his usual personality. He also has several cats that he cares for very attentively.
The whirling tempest of contradictory advice that somehow found its way into Katia's head.
Broken Base: Invoked Trope. A trademark of the Audience is its inability to come to a consensus. This invariably leads to fragments of Katia's subconscious swearing to the Nine Divines that the 'majority' of commands opposed an action that Katia has taken.
The Kid with the Remote Control: Although not to the degree some elements of the Audience would like. Katia remains the ultimate arbiter of her actions, with the Audience merely providing suggestions in the back of her mind.