Character page for AH.com Eternals. All characters are sorted alphabetically.
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Born in circa 2700 BCE in northern Germany. He claims his numerical nickname denotes the number of pseudonyms he bore in his life until adopting this one.
- Human Popsicle: He hibernated through several centuries of certain older periods of human history.
Born in Constantinople in 473 CE.
- Been There, Shaped History: In addition to him, many of his offspring became important historical personalities or influenced major events.
- Omniglot: Able to fluently speak 37 languages at the last count.
Born circa Late 5th Century CE/AD. A mysterious and dubious Eternal of questionable sanity, he claims to know how an eternal can be killed. His identity has been unknown to most members of the Trust, though he claims to have done important tasks for them in the past. Also, despises the Blood Knight, and has attempted to kill him 130 times.
- Ambiguous Disorder: There's a reason why he has such a loopy and unpredictable personality. But no one is sure what that reason - medical or otherwise - really is.
- Byronic Hero: As the titular character of Sherlock would put it : "Oh, I may be on the side of the angels... but don't think for a second that I'm one of them."
- Cloudcuckoolander: A lot of his reminiscing comes across as Word Salad Philosophy at face value and much of his antics in public are deliberately embarrassing or over-the-top goofy.
- Dropping the Bombshell: He claims to know how an Eternal can be permanently killed.
- Token Evil Teammate: Not evil per se, but wacky, with uncertain motivations and morally grey enough to be a rather Byronic type of Anti-Hero.
- Troll: Once it was obvious that the Masquerade will fail soon, he deliberately trolled The Trust by staging a silly public performance.
Born in the 1280s' Kingdom of Hungary, raised as a Hospitaller knight, but instead became a drifter, outlaw, soldier, general con-man, travelling merchant and traveler-adventurer throughout the centuries.
- Con Man: One of his sources of income during the 16th and 17th century, usually by conning customers into thinking he's a real alchemist.
- Dork Knight: Has some elements of this, especially after he starts getting interested in scholarly pursuits and scientific occupations during the later parts of the early modern era.
- Gentleman Adventurer : Later in his life, mainly during the 18th and 19th century. He was even a member of the Austro-Hungarian polar expedition to Franz Josef's Land.
- I Have Many Names: Amassed quite a few pseudonyms during his life, though he doesn't have as many as the really long-lived Eternals.
- Intrepid Merchant: One of his main sources of income during certain centuries, especially in the 15th, 16th and 17th century.
- Older Than They Look: Appears to be an average-looking, mild-mannered 23 year old man, is actually at least 720 years old.
- Really 700 Years Old: Even literally. He was born in the 1280s, and is therefore over 700 years old when The Reveal occurs in the alternate 2011.
- Robinsonade: Spent a few years marooned on a deserted Pacific island. He drops hints that, in addition to Alexander Selkirk, he too might have inspired Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, since he once described some of his experiences to Daniel Defoe himself.
- Technical Pacifist: Especially when he grew tired of wars around the mid 15th century, and when he switched to travels instead of fighting during the early 17th century. He still fought in the world wars, but he mostly did so out of a sense of duty.
- Walking the Earth: During his life, he had visited every major landmass, except for Antarctica.