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Characters of importance in the Multiverser Saga who are not, strictly speaking, main characters.

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"/We have witnessed many things in our travels across the Multiverse. We have seen gods fall from their thrones. We have watched monsters be destroyed. And we have seen the worst of the Multiverse be extinguished. The one thing they all had in common? Their end came by OUR hands./"

Architect is an artificial intelligence inhabiting a Geth mobile platform and friend of Adam Verser, who created him.

Tropes Relating to Architect:

  • Adorkable - In Multiverser Justice, Architect displayed an intention of adopting a G-Gnome as a pet. Adam practically gushes internally at how human his AI companion is acting.
  • Benevolent A.I. - Architect, despite his occasionally ruthless methods of dealing with his enemies, is actually a friendly A.I. who wishes no harm to come to the Multiverse he travels, and so, rarely carries anything more than massive curiosity to whatever he finds in his travels.
  • The Big Guy - Due to his body being modeled after a standard Geth platform, he stands at 6'6" in height.
  • Blood Knight - Can be rather fond of employing violent methods to dispatch his enemies. For example, he deployed a highly explosive bomb to take out the majority of the Church of Blood in Young Multiverser.
    • Gives an especially terrifying moment when he activates "Siege Mode"...
  • The Comically Serious
  • Creepy Monotone - Speaks in a robotic tone of voice most of the time, due to his Geth basis.
  • Cyber Cyclops - Naturally, since his body is that of a geth platform.
  • Deadpan Snarker - Despite his lack of social skills amongst organics, Architect will often resort to letting his opinion be known by stating what's on his mind with a hint of sarcasm. This is further emphasized by the fact that his voice almost always seems to be in a constant monotone.
  • Expressive Mask - Like Legion, the plating around Architect's head/eye is articulated, allowing him to mimic organic expressions to an extent. Most likely intentional, as his platform was custom-made to interact with organics.
  • Hollywood Hacking - It doesn't matter what gets in his way tech-wise, Architect will ram through it and turn the tables on anyone who thinks they can outsmart him or whoever he's working with.
  • Mechanical Evolution - Architect is constantly evolving with every piece of tech he assimilates or comes across. As Adam himself put it: "Sooner or later, even if we're still alive, Architect WILL become the smartest being in the Multiverse."
  • Mundane Made Awesome - He has a way of making even the most boring of events fun, by spicing it up in a way that will get everyone going, whether they like it or not.
  • Nightmare Fuel - Despite his friendly nature, if you piss Architect off, he will go to EXTREME lengths to ensure you never try it again, often scarring those he goes after for life.
    • Those he kills have even less luck, as a pissed off Architect is likely the last thing they'll see before they die.
  • Omniscient Database - Considering he was designed by Adam to house the best tech throughout the Multiverse, Architect is capable of utilizing pretty much ANY form of tech. Hell, he'll even recognize the flaws and fix them before assimilating it into his data logs for further study.
  • One-Winged Angel - Siege Mode.
  • The Philosopher - Considering his AI status, he often brings up philosophical subjects, either to receive answers to questions on his mind, or to help someone who's going through problems.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner - Delivers one when he enters Siege Mode in Young Multiverser:
    Architect (to the Gordanians): "/Siege Mode activated. Addendum: Run while you still have legs to carry you."
  • Pronoun Trouble - Architect refers to himself as "we," although it can be a bit confusing whether to go with his own pronoun choice or to go with how Michael and Adam refer to the AI as "he."
  • Robot Buddy - Is this with both Adam and Michael (and many others), and is a very good one. Double that for Adam, who relates more to synthetic lifeforms more than organic ones.
  • Shout-Out - Is rather fond of the "Cardboard Box" disguise popularized by the Metal Gear franchise. He even notes how it is surprisingly effective (much to the disbelief of others).
  • Troll - He definitely is one. Though considering that he was created from Adam's brainwaves, it makes sense that he would pick up some traits from his creator.
  • Unflinching Walk - After dropping a bomb in the Church of Blood's base in Chapter 10 of Young Multiverser, he gives one of these...complete with an Adorkable moment of wearing 8-bit Thug Life shades over his singular eye.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human? - Due to his philosophical nature, Architect often wonders upon what exactly it is that makes one "human." This can lead to some interesting and deep moments with others.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes? - Is legitimately terrified of the prospect of demons tearing him apart.

    Satan Verser 
A fragment of Michael Verser's mind that was broken off, Satan Verser is the representation of all that Michael is not. Loud, bombastic, and in your face, he revels in destruction and chaos. He is also extremely sadistic, and enjoys putting others in a position where he has the power and others can get hurt if they go against him. His current goal in life is to kill Michael Verser, with the other Multiversers as a secondary target.

Tropes Relating to Satan Verser:

  • Anarchy Is Chaos - He views himself as an unfettered agent of chaos, doing what he does for two reasons: For the Evulz, and to bring down the Multiversers.
  • BFS - Wields a demonic crimson longsword in battle, and knows how to use it.
  • Bomb-Throwing Anarchists - While initially causeless aside from his desire to end the Multiversers, he had no ultimate goal. This changed after first meeting The Order and seeing them face the Multiversers. Afterwards, he gained the desire to make sure no one remained in control, believing that the Multiverse needed to free itself of authority figures completely before it could become as perfect a utopia as it can get. This brings him into conflict with the Multiversers every time, since he views their master as the ULTIMATE authority.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity - He has a bad habit of invoking this trope, which can lead to his plans getting destroyed.
  • Chaos Is Evil - Has a tendency to unleash anarchistic chaos wherever he strikes. As a result, chaos and destruction are usually left in his wake, whether his plans succeed or not.
  • Character Development - Initially started as a corrupted fragment of Michael's mind, before becoming his own person with a desire to kill the Multiversers. Once confronted with how he had no true dreams or ideals to fight for, he finds them in the desire to do away with all sides in the war and their leaders, so that the Multiverse can return to a time without authority and rebuild itself into a better world (though considering his targets involve the Multiversers, he's still their enemy).
  • Chewing the Scenery - Oh, does he ever. See Evil Is Hammy down bellow.
  • Evil Counterpart - A literal example, as Satan Verser is a fragment of Michael Verser's being that went insane. Now he desires nothing more than to see his progenitor dead at his feet.
  • Evil Is Hammy - He likes to monologue before and during a fight, whether to explain his motivations or to try and demoralize his opponents. Satan especially likes it when there's an audience to witness his battles. And man, can he let loose on the vocals when he gets angry.
  • Fatal Flaw - His ego and his impulsiveness. He gets better as time goes on, however.
  • For the Evulz - He has no problem with siccing an army of monsters, even stating he'd get a kick out of it. This starts to change once he gets a true long-term goal set, and starts restricting the damage to affect his targets alone.
  • Gratuitous Spanish - Has a habit of throwing Spanish words/terms/names into his sentences. Played for Laughs after suffering a devastating chain of attacks to his groin.
  • Humiliation Conga - His plan to take out Michael and Duncan Verser ended with his army obliterated, the device meant to contain the Multiversers destroyed (due to being incomplete), getting smacked around A LOT, his back up plan (which involved Taking You with Me) goes up in smoke, a massive ass whooping by Michael, and getting one of his arms stomped off. And then he gets the shit kicked out of him more later.
  • Jerkass - Big time. He gets better.
  • Made of Iron - Satan Verser has taken A LOT of physical punishment in his battles, ranging from being shattered to suffering a huge beating that created a crater (with him at the center)...and he's able to survive it all, much to the annoyance of others.
  • Murder Is the Best Solution - All of his initial goals revolved around trying to violently murder Michael Verser, along with everyone around him. It doesn't work that well.
  • Rage Breaking Point - After getting shot in the face multiple times, receiving an exploding arrow to the face, and suffering a BRUTAL Groin Attack in one battle, he screams in anger and launches a blast meant to kill Michael. Suffers another one after Michael and Adam double team him later in the same battle. Ultimately evolves into a Tranquil Fury after all of his plans have been thwarted, and decides to go down swinging.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over - His primary colors for his clothes are crimson and black.
  • Turncoat - A sort of villainous example. As noted with the other groups, Satan at one point in his life either joined Nemesis before switching sides to The Order, or joined The Order before switching sides to Nemesis.
  • The Unfettered - Hastily put together a plan to kill and/or demoralize the Multiversers in MLTI VRSE, which included stealing untested weapons and devices from The Antiversers. To say this was a bad idea in the end is an understatement.
  • Would Hurt a Child - Played with, as in MLTI VRSE, he launched an attack meant to kill Michael Verser, only for Ruby Rose to step in and take the brunt of the blast; he wasn't intending to hit her. However, his laughter afterwards shows he might have no problem with hurting children if it meant getting a chance to kill the Multiversers...either that, or he was laughing at her senseless sacrifice, believing Michael would die whether she saved him or not.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair - His hair is a deep, bloody crimson color (symbolizing how he is essentially a darker Michael Verser).

Ddraig is the Red Dragon Emperor, hailing from the world of High School DXD. Ddraig serves as a moral compass, a mentor, a brother figure, and steadfast friend to his most recent (and unexpected) host, though he tends to get caught off guard whenever said host does something unexpected. He resides in the Longinus-grade Sacred Gear known as [Boosted Gear].

Tropes Relating to Ddraig:

  • Bilingual Bonus - Ddraig is part of a Welsh phrase meaning "The Red Dragon".
  • Cosmic Plaything - No matter the Multiverser, he tends to get the short end of the stick in luck sometimes. Duncan's version is even planning on going through with having him be called the "Oppai Dragon", knowing it will humiliate the Red Dragon.
  • Cry Cute - Played for Laughs in regard to bringing up the humiliating title of "Oppai Dragon."
  • Dragons Are Divine - One of the two "Heavenly Dragons" along with Albion.
  • Heroic BSoD - Has this whenever he is referred to as "Oppai Dragon."
    • Duncan's version of him treats this as a Berserk Button, as the mere mention of it is enough to send him into a psychotic rage, enough to wrest control of Duncan's arm and try to shred the offender to bloody bits.
  • Intergenerational Friendship - Has this with Issei, as well as several of the mental roommates of the Multiverser he is bonded with.
    • With at least Michael's version, he comes to see Michael as not just a true friend, but a brother as well.
  • Large Ham - Every version of him have these tendencies, which are only enhanced due to the ties each version of him in the saga has to omnipotent demigods.
  • Meaningful Name - Ddraig is part of the Welsh phrase Y Ddraig Goch, meaning "The Red Dragon".
  • The Mentor - Teaches Michael and Kay how to be "Dragons" upon the two showing their draconian traits (physically and mentally).
  • Playing with Fire - Blazing Inferno of Scorching Flames, Ddraig's ultimate finishing move. These flames can burn anything, and once ignited, will not extinguish until ash is all that remains. Even Gods will be burnt to ashes within the flames. It is only ineffective against Albion, Ophis and Great Red.
    • And due to getting influenced by the power of the Multiversers, these flames are even more powerful than before.
  • Rage Against the Heavens - Upon the petty revenge of Duncan Verser ensuring the name "Oppai Dragon" stuck, his Ddraig went insane briefly. To the point where he swore to destroy the Multiversers in a Roaring Rampage of Revenge, killing all in his path with extreme prejudice.
  • Red Baron - Also known as the Welsh Dragon and the Red Dragon Emperor.
  • Red Is Heroic - The Red Dragon Emperor.
  • The Rival - Him and Albion, the Vanishing Dragon. They've been at it for centuries before becoming involved with the Multiversers.
  • Tempting Fate - Duncan's version of Ddraig gloated that his host wouldn't dare allow the label of "Oppai Dragon" to stick, as Duncan would have to share the humiliation as well. He clearly doesn't understand who he's talking to, and the ramifications of invoking this trope...
  • Undying Loyalty - To his Multiverser host(s).
  • Vitriolic Best Buds - Him and Issei, due to both sharing a space with their host. Differs in levels, depending on which Multiverser is their current host.
    • With Duncan's version, Ddraig loves to troll the King of the Multiversers. If pushed too far, Duncan is more than capable of threatening to let his version of Ddraig be called the "Oppai Dragon" (something that keeps him in line). Appears to now be ready to go that far, after Ddraig claims to be "bulletproof", as Duncan would have to endure the humiliation...something that Duncan seems willing to endure.
    • With Michael's version, it can be like two brothers arguing with each other or messing around. Nevertheless, this version of Ddraig cares about his host's well being, and is concerned that he might break if pushed too far.

    Blue Heart 

Blue Heart is the CPU form of Dexter Verser. The personality change and the change of gender makes most accept her as a completely different person to Dexter with little to no trouble. She came into being due to Neptune maintaining physical contact with a supposedly unconscious Dexter when her change into Purple Heart was being forced - the excess HDD energy passed to Dexter through the contact and he, after a brief adaption period, became capable of transforming into Blue Heart.

Tropes Relating to Blue Heart:

  • Action Girl - She starts out just as powerful as Dexter, but as she amasses followers/worshippers in Gamindustri, actually grows to be more powerful.
  • All Women Are Lustful - By her own admission, Blue Heart's perversity and sexual nature is very noticeable, to the point where she can be known to lace her words with innuendo. Taken Up to Eleven when in her Succubus form, where she's pervy and horny enough to give Alexis Verser—the self-proclaimed "biggest cum-dumpster of the Multiverse"—a run for her money.
  • Anything That Moves - While Blue Heart has a separate personality to Dexter, she shares his omnisexuality and as such, she'll fuck basically anything sentient. The only exceptions are certain evildoers (i.e. Hawley Griffin or Walter Padick).
  • Author Appeal - Anime PJ openly admits that he finds her design very appealing.
  • Bare Your Midriff - When she's in clothes other than her armor, she tends to favor this approach.
  • Buxom Is Better - Blue Heart's breasts are G-cups.
  • Boring, but Practical -
    • In The Multiverser of the League, rather than doing anything to Griffin that would have been an appropriate punishment for using his invisibility to rape the students of an all-girl boarding school, she simply knocked his ass out and dragged him off before he could get so much as a full sentence out. Justified in that she needed him alive for plot purposes.
  • Dangerously Short Skirt - When she's wearing any outfit that comes with a skirt, she intentionally has a skirt that barely comes to her mid-thighs. Out loud, she says it's because it makes moving easier, but the fact that she tends to intentionally emphasise her thighs and flash whatever is under the skirt (usually nothing) at people says differently ...
  • Do You Want to Copulate? - She is more than willing to be knocked up by those who strike her fancy (as Michael learned in the best of ways). Double that for when she turns into her Succubus form.
  • Dude Magnet
  • Even the Girls Want Her - Helps that she is bisexual.
  • Extreme Omnisexual - Just like Dexter.
  • Foil - To Dexter, kind of. Her more emotional personality and brighter colours contrast with his more deadpan personality and preference for darker colours.
  • Girly Bruiser - A beautiful woman who can also kick total ass? Yes, please!
  • Going Commando - She doesn't wear anything under her armour or under any of her casual attire.
  • Hello, Nurse! - Tends to get a very vocal reaction from anyone attracted to the female gender.
  • Lady of War - As a CPU/goddess of Gamindustri, she's no stranger to going to war for the sake of her people.
  • Plucky Girl - She's a very upbeat lady.
  • She's Got Legs - And pretty much every other sexually appealing body part.

Chieko is a weapon from the Soul Eater universe who is partnered with Dexter. In her weapon form, she is a double-bladed sword that resembles a sword version of Darth Maul's lightsaber.

Tropes Relating to Chieko:

Iona is a ship that formerly belonged to the Fleet of Fog. During Dexter's time as Chihaya Gunzou, he became her captain and fought against the Fog ships that threatened humanity (managing to recruit a few to his cause). At some point, she allowed him to modify her for space travel as well as sea travel, and she now functions as his personal Multiverse-traversing vessel and is one of his wives.

Tropes Relating to Iona:

  • Amnesiac Hero - Her only memory from before Dexter found her is the order she got to obey Dexter's commands.
  • Artificial Human - Iona is technically a ship, but she also has a mental model that appears very much human. This is so that she can interact with the crew that is aboard her and, should the ship be destroyed, the mental model would remain in order to report on such an event.
  • Emotionless Girl
  • Little Miss Snarker - She can make surprisingly biting remarks without ever changing her tone of voice, so it's hard to tell if she's joking or not.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong - She would obey Dexter's orders no matter what he told her to do. Literally anything.
  • Self-Duplication - She has one main mental model and several less-developed clones that hang around her ship body doing various tasks.
  • Spaceship Girl - Played pretty straight after Dexter modifies her to be capable of space travel.
  • The Stoic
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality
  • Undying Loyalty - She will do literally anything Dexter says. The only possible exception would be if he told her to do something which directly put his life in danger.

    Lambda AI/"Akima" 
Akima is Michael's personal Artificial Intelligence program, as well as one of his girlfriends. She represents love, lust, eroticism and desire from the Alpha A.I. Rather than being just a sexy figure and a member of Michael's harem, she also runs the Anima Invicta, serving mainly as its pilot. When in combat, she serves as a hacker and helps regulate medical equipment.

Tropes Relating to Lambda:

  • All Women Are Lustful - A result of being the representation of Love, Lust, and Eroticism.
  • Hollywood Hacking - Being a powerful A.I. allows her to hack into most systems with relative ease.
  • Kiss Me, I'm Virtual - Despite being an artificial intelligence program, she desires nothing more than to be with Michael, whom she fell in love with. He reciprocates these feelings, to the point he made her an artificial body to inhabit.
  • Mechanical Evolution - Starts off as a simple A.I. fragment from Alpha-Church, representing Love, Lust, and Eroticism. Her time with Michael and his journey through the Multiverse has allowed her to evolve into a full-fledged A.I. in her own right, to the point where she is even considered "human." Eventually even gains a bio-synthetic body to physically interact with the world around her.

Masamune is Michael Verser's personal Zanpakuto, whose spirit is one of his many girlfriends. She serves as a steadfast and loyal companion to Michael, due to being born from his soul.

Tropes Relating to Masamune:

  • Action Girl - A kick-ass samurai woman who inhabits/turns into a powerful katana.
  • Animal Motifs - See Kitsune down below.
  • Beware the Nice Ones - She is a kind and gentle soul, for sure; piss her off, however, and she'll either chew you out or eviscerate you (depending on whether or not the one to tick her off is good or evil).
  • BFS - Takes the form of a five-foot long katana.
  • Brought Down to Badass - Originally one of the first Multiversers and a veteran of the first Multiverser War, Masamune ended up needing to seal away her soul into her own sword under mysterious circumstances. This allowed her to survive the event that killed the first Multiverser generation, despite losing most of her power. This doesn't stop her from giving Michael the power to kick wholesale ass, though.
  • Buxom Is Better - Her spirit form has extremely large breasts, shown off by a loose-fitting kimono.
  • Contralto of Danger - According to Word of God, Masamune shares the same voice as Jennifer Hale. This gives her a low, feminine-sounding that denotes the ability to wreck the shit of her wielder's enemies with ease.
  • Cool Big Sis - Acts as a sister figure to Kay Verser.
  • Equippable Ally
  • Equipment-Based Progression - Played with.
  • Every Japanese Sword Is a Katana - Her original sword form takes the appearance of a faded white, five-foot long, and extremely powerful katana/odachi with no cross guard (instead replaced by a warped, lightning bolt/diamond-like metal shape where the tang meets the hilt).
  • Evolving Weapon - After getting some work done on her by Duncan Verser, Masamune became an elegant silver-white and blue, three-point-five-foot long katana.
  • Excalibur in the Rust - When first found by Michael, Masamune's sword was covered in dirt, moss and rust at a small remote shrine near the house he was recuperating in. After spending hours cleaning her up and sharpening her, she was revealed as a beautiful (yet faded in color) and powerful silver-white sword covered in scratches, one who would come to be recognized as his signature weapon.
  • Expressive Ears - Her human form has a pair of fox ears that move about to reflect how Masamune feels.
  • Forged by the Gods - Made by a Multiverser (Masamune herself), an omnipotent demigod.
  • Impossibly Cool Weapon - She is a sentient katana capable of taking on a human form. In addition, she's able to channel Michael's energy into the blade, allowing her to practically spam waves of energy at the enemy.
  • Katanas Are Just Better - She certainly thinks so, due to her sword from being this.
  • Kitsune - Her human form has fox traits, such as a pair of fox ears on the top of her head and a bushy fox tail (both traits can be hidden when need be).
  • Living Weapon
  • Squick - Audibly expressed disgust with the idea of being shoved up a creature's ass when Michael made a threat to said creature.
  • Talking Weapon - Whenever in sword form.
  • Wave Motion Sword - Capable of performing the Getsuga Tensho technique.
  • Weapon of Choice - Serves as Michael's primary example of this.
  • Wrecked Weapon - The sword Masamune resides in is made of an unknown material that leaves her nearly indestructible. Key word being nearly, as she and Michael learn the hard way in The Multiverser: Rise of the Antiverser.

    Reilly Verser 

Reilly Verser is the female double of Michael Verser. Initially seen as just an alternate form, she eventually managed to gain her own personality and identity, officially splitting off from the main consciousness of her original self, and eventually fell in love with Kay Verser. The resulting personality change and the change of gender makes most accept her as a completely different person. She came into being after Michael took in Ranma Saotome as a mental roommate, and eventually fell into the Spring of Drowned Girl while in China.

Tropes Relating to Reilly Verser:

  • Action Girl - Due to basically being the female form of Michael Verser, she is just as powerful as he is (complete with reality warping powers).
  • All Women Are Lustful - When she enters into her Half-Succubus form, she ends up becoming extremely horny.
  • Author Appeal - Hero of the Multiverse finds her appealing, especially since he designed her physical appearance.
  • Babies Ever After - After officially entering into a relationship with Kay, she ends up getting knocked up by him. Word of God states that she eventually lets him knock her up constantly, as both see their children as a sign of their love (so they have as many as possible).
  • Bi the Way - Is attracted to both guys and girls, though considering who she came from, it's primarily the latter.
  • Buxom Is Better - See Gag Boobs down below.
  • Cloning Blues - Had some trouble adjusting to the fact that she became what was essentially a female Michael, feeling like a clone of the original for a good portion of her beginning life.
  • Even the Girls Want Her - Helps that she's bisexual.
  • Expy - Due to Michael having been Ranma Saotome, Reilly greatly resembles Ranma's female form, "Ranko" (albeit a bustier version of her, and with her hair in a pixie cut style).
  • Fiery Redhead - Her bright red hair indicates the passionate personality that makes her personality.
  • Foil - Played with, in terms of her originator Michael. Like him, she is a kick-ass bisexual who cares for her friends and loved ones. Unlike him, she fully embraced her feminine side, and chose to stay as a female.
  • Gag Boobs - Has a huge pair of knockers, though not as big as Alexis or Blue Heart.
  • Girly Bruiser
  • If It's You, It's Okay - Back when Reilly was originally simply the female form of Michael Verser, "she" was always the one giving the business to "her" male lovers. However, she came to love and trust Kay enough to let him fuck her after assuming a trap-like form, becoming an Extreme Omnisexual of sorts.
  • Male Gaze - Reilly has a big, curvy backside to match her Boobs of Steel.
  • Meaningful Rename - Originally went by "Michelle" due to her origins. Eventually, she sought to create her own identity, renaming herself "Reilly" (in honor of Ben Reilly, the first Scarlet Spider and clone brother to her and Michael).
  • Plucky Girl
  • Rule 63 - Michael Verser, as he would've been as a female.

    The Mastermind 
"They've taken everything from me. For that, they will suffer. And their end WILL come by my hand. You want to know why? Because there's nothing more dangerous than a man with nothing to lose."
The Mastermind.
The one responsible for conceiving the plan to destroy the Time Void in "Legends of the Multiverse". He appears to possess a particular hatred for Adam and Michael, for something they once did to him.

Tropes Relating to The Mastermind:

  • Chewing the Scenery - Has the appearance of an over the top and fun house personality on the outside to trick his enemies and lower their guard. Further enhanced by the fact that he sounds like Keith David.
  • Cold Ham - Has a bombastic and hammy presence, yet is also restrained in his speech with a cold air of menace. A nerve-wracking combination to his enemies.
  • Devil in Plain Sight - He's capable of taking on the form of anyone, from a small child to an old man. This allows him to observe and plan out his schemes right under the noses of his enemies.
  • Hidden Villain - He conducts the majority of his business from the shadows, and keeps a low profile, not wishing to draw too much attention to himself. This later fades away as he becomes more active in his plans, but still keeps his distance from direct involvement.
  • Slasher Smile - Anytime he shows his face, he tends to give a smile like this, which often unnerves whoever he's speaking to.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning - His eyes are red, which gives a sign of malicious intent, even when he's not directly threatening someone.
  • Tragic Villain - He didn't start out as this evil force. He was once a kind man who didn't seek conflict. But when Sarah was killed, his anger grew and grew until he saw nothing but red every time he went to sleep. And then, he decided to do something about it. He knows that what he does is considered evil, and he admits it, but as he reasons, if he must become evil to see Adam and Michael pay for Sarah's death, then he will do it.
  • Villains Never Lie - While he will admit he does some terrible things, the one thing he will never do is lie to someone. As he puts it, lying is one of the worst things a person can do, as it cheapens the soul.

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