I Want My Beloved to Be Happy : Is willing to make his relationship with Ethan polyamorous if that is what Ethan wants, as well as to let Ethan take up a dominate role even though Samet wouldn't enjoy either.
Lets Wait Awhile : Though he is clearly attracted to Ethan very early, he waits until he's damn sure Ethan is actually consenting, even rejecting Ethan's first moves a couple times because he doesn't think Ethan is in his right mind.
Parental Substitute : Technically an orphan. His mother died in childbirth, but there was sufficient age difference between him and his older brother Robert that Robert and Tabitha simply stepped up as his parents.
Property of Love : Both played straight and averted. He calls Samet master, but he knows Samet's truename, thus the actual power in the relationship lies with him
Papa Wolf : An odd version because he's well aware Samet can take care of himself, but he's still protective of Samet and backhands someone for insulting his son
Utopia Justifies the Means : Part of the motive for his actions seems to be that he thinks the world would be a lot better off with Samet ruling it.
Worthy Opponent : Is actually quite cordial to Robert and seems to think they should have a Friendly Enemy relationship despite what Vadin did to Robert's little brother. He even expects Robert to get on board with the idea of an alliance and a marriage between Samet and one of Robert's daguhters.
No-Harm Requirement : Being a Prelate means he's forbidden weapons or to engage in violence. However, it's also against the rules to harm Prelates
Old Friend : He and Robert have known each other since childhood and are almost like brothers at times.
Parental Abandonment : Played straight and averted. He's forbidden from actually being a father to his son, but figures out how to take a third option by having Sir Vincent brought into Robert's household.
So Proud of You : Despite the laws forbidding him from openly parenting his son, he is clearly a good father and takes pride in Sir Vincent.
Will Not Tell a Lie : His oaths prevent him from telling an outright falsehood, though he does occasionally pull the You Didn't Ask! card and at least once just flat out begs Robert to stop asking him questions.
Always Save the Girl : Averted. He clearly wants to rush off to save Sarah, but knows Samet getting the wards back up is more important. However, when Samet tells him it's alright, Sir Vincent doesn't hesitate a moment to rush into the Land of Faerie to save her
Badass Normal : Clearly the best of Robert's knights Later averted when he gets turned into a werewolf